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Jewish Theology In Our Time : A New Generation Explores The Foundations And Future Of Jewish Belief (2010)

Call Number 296.3/JEWISH

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Adult Nonfiction296.3/JEWISHAvailable
Published: Woodstock, Vt. : Jewish Lights Pub., 2010
Edition:  Hardcover edition
Description:  xxiii, 202 pages ; 24 cm
ISBN/ISSN: 9781580234139, 1580234135, 9781580234139, 1580234135,
Language:  English

God in process. I will be who I will be: a God of dynamic becoming / God as the breath of life / Living and dreaming with God / Cosmic theology and earthly religion / Non-dual Judaism / Gods of the Text. Open-source covenant / More theos, less ology / A progressive reform Judaism / Spiritual mappings: a Jewish understanding of religious diversity / Religion of Torah / Ways of talking about God. Five pillars of Orthodox Judaism or open Charedism / Toward a new Jewish theological lexicon / Martin Buber: the dialogue with God / Radically free and radically claimed: toward the next stage of liberal Jewish theology / Can traditional Jewish theology still speak to (some of) us? / A quest for God. A quest-driven faith / Theological proximity: the quest for intimacy with God / Longing to hear again / Walking the walk / On this sacred ground / God in between. The radical divinity / How I came to theology, or didn't / Theology of the in-between / First fruits of the seasons of hope and renewal /

Bradley Shavit Artson -- Eitan Fishbane -- Shai Held -- Jeremy Kalmanofsky -- James Jacobson-Maisels -- Jonathan Crane -- Jeremy Gordon -- Evan Moffic -- Or N. Rose -- Benjamin D. Sommer -- Asher Lopatin -- Michael Marmur -- William Plevan -- Rachel Sabath Beit-Halachmi -- Marc B. Shapiro -- Elliot J. Cosgrove -- Simon Cooper -- Leon A. Morris -- Daniel Nevins -- Eliyahu Stern -- Tamar Elad-Appelbaum -- Daniel M. Bronstein -- Benjamin Sax -- Naamah Kelman

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Additional Credits:
Cosgrove, Elliot J.

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