With clarity, passion, and outstanding scholarship, David Hartman addresses the spiritual and theological questions that face all Jews and all people today. From the perspective of our traditional Judaism, how can we understand the varieties of 20th-century Jewish practice, and how should believing Jews relate to people of other faiths?
A Heart of Many RoomsCelebrating the Many Voices within Judaism
By Dr. David Hartman
6"x9" (352 Pages)Publisher: Jewish Lights, 2001
In these powerful essays, Dr. Hartman struggles to find ways to believe in a God of history who makes Israel important to all Jews. He argues that commitment to Jewish tradition and a commitment to pluralism need not conflict in this age of modernity, but that each can enrich the other while maintaining its integrity.
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