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Understanding Jewish theology : classical issues and modern perspectives

Author: Jacob Neusner
Publisher: Binghamton, NY : Global Publicaitons, ©2001.
Series: Classics in Judaic studies.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jacob Neusner
ISBN: 1586840908 9781586840907
OCLC Number: 46805626
Notes: Previously published: New York : Ktav Pub. House, ©1973.
Description: lvii, 280 pages ; 22 cm.
Contents: Monotheism: One God / Abraham Joshua Heschel --
God and man: God in search of man / Abraham Joshua Heschel --
Torah as revelation: "Not by bread alone" / Jakob J. Petuchowski --
Torah as tradition: Tradition and commentary / Gershom G. Scholem --
Torah as a way of forming culture: The study of Torah / Abraham Joshua Heschel --
Israel as the chosen people: God, Israel, and election / Solomon Schechter --
The holy land in Judaic theology: Judaism and the land of Israel / Arthur Hertzberg --
Routine and spontaneity in the life of Torah: The meaning of observance / Abraham Joshua Heschel --
Belief and behavior: correspondences: The ideological foundations of the Halakhah / David S. Shapiro --
Beyond the law: ethics: Cleanness / Moses Hayyim Luzzatto --
The literature of the law: the Shulhan Aruk: enduring code of Jewish law / Isadore Twersky --
From religiosity to theology: An outline of modern Jewish theology / Emil Fackenheim --
Belief beyond despair: the human condition after Auschwitz / Emil Fackenheim --
The Holocaust and contemporary Judaism: Implications of the Holocaust / Jacob Neusner --
New conceptions of God: The meaning of God in modern Jewish religion / Mordecai M. Kaplan --
New ways to study Torah: The ideology of the founders of Jewish scientific research / Max Wiener --
New Themes in the study of Torah: Who needs Yiddish? / Joseph C. Landis --
Changes in the condition of "Israel": The Jewish people in metamorphosis / Moshe Davis --
Regaining unity amid diversity: The Jewish consensus / Ben Halpern --
From crisis to opportunity: a new view of modernity: The blessings of assimilation in Jewish history / Gerson D. Cohen --
Conclusion: Judaism in the secular age / Jacob Neusner.
Series Title: Classics in Judaic studies.
Responsibility: edited by Jacob Neusner.

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