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Jewish meaning in a world of choice : studies in tradition and modernity

Author: David Harry Ellenson
Publisher: Lincoln : University of Nebraska Press ; Philadelphia : Jewish Publication Society, [2014] ©2014
Series: JPS scholar of distinction series.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Internationally recognized scholar David Ellenson shares twenty-three of his most representative essays, drawing on three decades of scholarship and demonstrating the consistency of the intellectual-religious interests that have animated him throughout his lifetime. These essays center on a description and examination of the complex push and pull between Jewish tradition and Western culture. Ellenson addresses  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David Harry Ellenson
ISBN: 9780827612143 0827612141 9780827611832 0827611838 9780827611849 0827611846 9780827611825 082761182X
OCLC Number: 877370639
Description: xxiv, 345 pages : portrait ; 24 cm.
Contents: Part 1: Shaping Jewish life in an open society --
A response by Modern Orthodoxy to Jewish religious pluralism: The case of Esriel Hildesheimer --
German Orthodox Rabbinical writings on the Jewish textual education of Women: The views of Rabbi Samson Raphael Hirsch and Rabbi Esriel Hildesheimer --
Rabbi Samson Raphael Hirsch to Lipman Phillip Prins of Amsterdam: An 1873 Responsum on education --
An ideology for the liberal Jewish Day School: A philosophical -sociological investigation --
Denominationalism: History and hopes --
Integrity of reform within Kelal Yisra-el --
Part 2: Searching for a balanced theology --
A theology of fear: The search for a Liberal Jewish Paradigm --
Eugene B. Borowitz: A tribute on the occasion of his 70th birthday --
Heschel and the roots of Kavanah: Responsibility and Kavanah in postwar America --
Rabbi Hayim David Halevia on Christians and Christianity: An analysis of selected legal writings of an Israeli authority --
Interreligious learning and the formation of Jewish religious identity --
A Zionist reading of Abraham Geiger and His Biblical scholarship --
National sovereignty, Jewish identity, and the "Sake of Heaven": the impact of residence in Israel on Halakhic Rulings on conversion --
The Talmudic Principle "If one comes forth to slay you, Forestall by slaying him" in Israeli Public Policy: A responsum by Rabbi Hayim David Halevi --
The Rock from which they were cleft: A review-essay on Haim Amsalem's Zera Yisrael and Mekor Yisrael --
Moshe Zemer's Halakhan Shefuya: An Israeli vision of reform and Halakhah --
Reform Zionism today: A consideration of first principles --
Part 4: Rabbis and the Rabbinate: Lezakot et Harabim --
Wissenschaft des Judentums, historical consciousness, and Jewish Faith: The diverse paths of Frankel, Auerback, and Halevy --
"Creative misreadings" in representative post-emancipation Halakhic writings on conversion and intermarriage --
A portrait of the Poseq as modern religious leader: An analysis of selected writings of Rabbi Hayim david Halevi --
Rabbi Eliezer Berkovits on conversion: An inclusive Orthodox approach --
Transformation of the Rabbinate: Future directions and prospects.
Series Title: JPS scholar of distinction series.
Responsibility: David Ellenson.

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