Jewish philosophical approaches to one of life's fundamental questions.
Let our primary question in the wake of this tragedy be not "Why did it happen?" but rather "What can I do to help?"
Harold Kushner's approach to suffering is profoundly un-Jewish and provides no solace to those in pain.
When "bad things happen to good people," by what standard does one define "bad"?
Pain in life is inevitable but suffering is optional.
Wrestling with the age old question: Why do bad things happen to good people?
Next class in this course:
Does Judaism require a leap of faith?