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Anger in the Jewish Tradition: Holding God Accountable on Tisha B’Av

Hosted By: My Jewish Learning

What does it mean to hold God accountable? What precedent does the Jewish tradition set for getting angry with God?

As it turns out, there is an entire day in the Jewish calendar, the ninth of Av, that compels us to lament with sadness and anger. Together, we will look at sources from the book of Lamentations, Eicha, which is traditionally read on this day.

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