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One People? : Tradition, Modernity, and Jewish Unity.

Author: Jonathan Sacks
Publisher: London : Littman Library of Jewish Civilization, The, 1993.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A study of the major problem confronting the Jewish future: the availability of a way of mending the schisms between Reform and Orthodox Judaism, between religious and secular Jews in Israel and between Israel itself and the diaspora. The underlying philosophy of Jewish law is also examined.
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Sacks, Jonathan.
One People? : Tradition, Modernity, and Jewish Unity.
London : Littman Library of Jewish Civilization, The, ©1993
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Jonathan Sacks
ISBN: 9781909821743 1909821748
OCLC Number: 1048793942
Description: 1 online resource (276 pages)
Contents: Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright; Dedication; Preface; Contents; Note on Transliteration and Place Names; Abbreviations; 1: The Crisis of Contemporary Jewish Thought; Babel Inverted; Interpreting the Holocaust; The Significance of Israel; Understanding Peoplehood; Strategies of Jewish Thought; Beyond Pessimism and Optimism; 2: The Birth of the Adjectival Jew; Secularization and the Persistence of Religion; Accommodation or Resistance?; The Jewish Experience of Modernity; The Adjectival Jew; Judaism and Denomination; Denomination and Mutual Misunderstanding; The Secularization of Unity. Orthodoxy and Jewish UnityA Religious Idea in a Secular Age; 3: Orthodoxy, History, and Culture; Conserving the Covenant; Interpreting Change; Developments and Variations; Torah as Code or Culture; Dual Sensibilities; Dereleh Eretz: Jewish or Secular?; Principle and Policy; 4: Orthodoxy and Jewish Peoplehood; English and French Models of Emancipation; Eastern Europe; East European Echoes; The Hungarian and German Experience; Consequences of Secession; Contrary Forces; 5: Tradition and Diversity; Aggadic Pluralism; Alternative Interpretations; The Search for Authority; Halakhic Universalism. The Search for StringencyModeration as a Religious Norm; Beyond Sectarianism; 6: Inclusivism; Halakhic Inclusivism; Inclusivism: The Rationale of Covenant; The Cognitive Impact of Social Change; Inclusivity and the Desire to be Included; Inclusivism and Post-Holocaust Theologies; 7: A Collision of Consciousness; Pluralism and Tradition; The Social Context of Pluralism; Halakhic Argument, Halakhic Decision; Pluralism or Inclusivism?; The Modem Self; The Traditional Jewish Self; The Autonomous Self and Judaism; Integrity and Function; Integrity and Tradition; The Paradox of Integrity. 8: Schism?Rosenzweig and Fackenheim; Hirschensohn and Kook; Two Jewries?; Resolutions; A Divided Unity; 9: The Future of a People; The Rejection of Rejection; An Idea in Crisis; Against Covenantal Dualism; The Third Crisis; Pluralism, Exclusivism, Inclusivism; Inclusivist Imperatives; Bibliography; Index.

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A study of the major problem confronting the Jewish future: the availability of a way of mending the schisms between Reform and Orthodox Judaism, between religious and secular Jews in Israel and between Israel itself and the diaspora. The underlying philosophy of Jewish law is also examined.

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