Corrie’s father tells her that he pities th Nazi’s: “They have touched the apple of god’s eye.” What does he mean by that statement? Consider the strength of character it takes to feel pity for a people and a system that means to do harm to fellow beings.
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Corrie's father is referring the the Jews, God's chosen people, and the treatment they've received at the hands of the Nazi's. He pities the Nazis because they will face God's wrath. It takes a very special, man of faith, to feel pity for the punishment they will receive.