What is the evidence of the effects of the teachings of theological antisemitism, supersessionism, and claim to covenant in Man's Search for Meaning by Frankl?

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Frankl does not speak of these theologies directly in Man's Search for Meaning. However, his description of the suffering of the Jews in the lagers or concentration camps can be seen as a manifestation of these teachings.

Theological anti-semitism asserts that Jews were responsible for the death of Jesus and that, by not responding to the Christian call for salvation, Jews are a cursed people. Supersessionism and the claim to covenant both assert that the arrival...

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