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February 07, 1986 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-02-07

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

THANK YOU

were dead and the nation
was nearly unanimous to
joining the Allies. It was not
until six months later that the
Nazis began to suffer the re-
verses that gave the Allies
assurance of ultimate victory
in Europe. But from the very
start of American involve-
ment Niebuhr was preoccu-
pied with imagining the
peace that would follow vic-
tory.
His first foray into postwar
planning addressed the fate
of the Jews, whose plight had
been for him one of the key
arguments for intervention.
"Jews After the War" offered
Nation readers — many of
them anti-Zionist Jews like
contributing editor I.F. Stone
— an eloquent statement of
the Zionist case: the Jews
had rights not just as indi-
viduals, but as a people, and
they deserved not just a
homeland, but a homeland in
Palestine.
Niebuhr had come a Long
way in two decades. As a
thirty-year-old Detroit pastor
in 1923 he was still in favor of
converting Jews to Chris-
tianity, and blamed the tiny
number of converts on both
"the unchristlike attitude of
Christians" and "Jewish
bigotry." By 1926 he was
ready to jettison missionizing
altogether: liberal Jews like
Rabbi Stepen Wise were
speaking appreciatively of
Jesus, and Christians them-
selves needed the leaven of
pure Hebraism to conteract
the Hellenism to which they

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After his move to New York
in 1928 he was draw to
Zionist currents of thought,
though Jewish leader Judah
Magnes's commitment to a
binational Palestine gave him
pause. Niebuhr's "personal
pacifist bias in favor of an
end which can be carried out
without the use of coercion"
inclined him toward Magnes.
"Yet the ideal of a political
homeland for the Jews is so
intriguing that I am almost
•willing to sacrifice my con-
victions for the sake of it." By
the early thirties he had
made the ethical leap to
coercion, and grasped that
Hitler was bent on the cul-
tural annihilation of the
Jews. From that time on he
was a firm, though sometimes
qualified, backer of the
Zionist cause.
The American Palestine
Committee, a Zionist support
group, reprinted tens of
thousands of copies of "Jews
After the War," and by April
Niebuhr had over two
hundred invitations to
Jewish groups around the
country.
It is important to indicate
here that Mrs. Niebuhr pursued
her husband's dedication to
Zionism and in the years after
his death associated herself with
all Christian efforts in defense
and in support of Israel and the
Zionist cause. A year after his

Friday, February 7, 1986 27

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