Recovering Theology for the Modern Jew By Rabbi Neil Gillman (289 Pages)Publisher: Jewish Publication Society, 1992
Intended for the modern Jew, who living in a world of shattered beliefs and competing ideologies, still cares enough to struggle to find Jewish answers to his theological questions. Retaining the sacred fragments of the traditional system of belief, the author explains how they can be rethought and reformulated despite the strains and tensions of modernity. For each issue, the author presents a range of authentic Jewish perspectives, examining their strengths and their limitations.
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