3 edition of New voices in Jewish thought found in the catalog.
New voices in Jewish thought
|Statement||edited by Robert Rabinowitz ; with a foreword by David Hartman.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||90|
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Jewish Voice with Jonathan Bernis is a half-hour TV show with inspiring guests and Bible teaching. Learn about the End Times, Bible prophecy, Messianic Judaism, and more. I have been reading a fascinating book, "The Jewish State: The Struggle for Israel's Soul,""that has set me to thinking about Jewish identity -- both in Israel and in the United States.
“On Antisemitism couldn't have come out at a better time [The book] provides helpful context for this confusing political moment by showing how right-wing apologists for Israel have systematically redefined antisemitism to include anti-Zionism to silence and intimidate advocates for justice in Palestine.”. About the Book. This JPS ethics series deals with some of the most critical moral issues of our time. In this volume of the Jewish Choices, Jewish Voices series, co-editors Elliot Dorff and Danya Ruttenberg have brought together a diverse group of Jews to comment on how Judaism affects their views and actions regarding sex. Contributors range from adult movie actor Ron Jeremy, .
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New Voices: Contemporary Writers Confronting the Holocaust. The book will be the first of its kind. It uniquely juxtaposes preserved visual artifacts (photos, drawings, propaganda posters, ephemera) selected from noted collections with newly written New voices in Jewish thought book from poets, essayists, storytellers encountering pictures and pieces of the Holocaust.
Photo credit: Josie Krieger. Lior Sternfeld wants you to judge his book, “Between Iran and Zion: Jewish Histories of Twentieth-Century Iran,” by its cover. Depicting the Tomb of the prophet Daniel in Susa, Iran, its movement and color speaks to the relationship between Iranian Jews with other Iranians – and other Jews.
The fluid and [ ]. A metaphorical trip through Jewish history. Traditional Jewish thought may posit that only God can perform miracles, but in his new work, “Israel is Real,” Rich Cohen claims that the rabbis of years ago “turned the temple into a book.”.
A Book Of Jewish Thoughts provides provocative reading Offering prose and poetry culled from the great Jewish sages, philosophers, Biblical commentators, eminent historians and many others - as well as selections from such famous non-Jews as Tolstoy and Mark Twain/5.
New Voices is the only  American national magazine written for and by Jewish college students. Published since by the independent, non-profit, student-run Jewish Student Press Service, New Voices is read by o students across the United States and abroad.
The magazine is produced by one recent college graduate in New York City and Company: Jewish Student Press Service. Book review of JEWISH THEOLOGY IN OUR TIME: A new Generation Explores the Foundations and Future of Jewish Belief.
by Dr. Walter Ziffer. ("Religious Skeptic") There is no unbiased book review and this one is no exception to the rule. Although most reviewers' goal is objectivity, being human means being subjective by nature.4/4(10). Christopher Gerrard.
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Equally impressive, fresh new voices are here added to those of feminist pioneers. This book is a must-read for anyone interested in the renaissance in contemporary Jewish life." ―Sylvia Barack Fishman, PhD, professor of contemporary Jewish life, Brandeis University; author, The Way Into the Varieties of Jewishness5/5(1).
Exegesis--interpretation and explanation of sacred texts--is the quintessence of rabbinic thought. Through such means and methods, the written words of Hebrew Scripture have been extended since antiquity, and given new voices for new times.
In this lucid and often poetic book, Michael Fishbane delineates the connections between biblical interpretation and Jewish religious. In the newest addition to the Jewish Choices, Jewish Voices series, co-editors Elliot Dorff and Danya Ruttenberg have brought together a diverse group of Jews to comment on how Judaism affects their views and actions regarding sex.
Contributors range from adult movie actor Ron Jeremy, to renowned feminist scholar Martha Ackelsberg, to noted writer and blogger Esther4/5(8). The editor of The Jewish Review of Books says there is a place for writing that explores Jewish thought and culture.
Adding More Jewish Voices to the Discussion And The New York Times Book. Contemporary Writers Confronting the Holocaust. Debs, Howard and Silverman, Matthew (Eds). New Voices is editors selected 58 distinct images from noted collections consisting of vintage photography, propaganda posters, newsreel stills and the like, matching each to a poet, short story or flash fiction writer, plus features by essayists as well.
"Progressive" Jewish Thought and the New Anti-Semitism is a essay written by Alvin Hirsch Rosenfeld, director of Indiana University's Center for the Study of Contemporary Antisemitism and professor of English and Jewish Studies.
It was published by the American Jewish Committee (AJC) with an introduction by AJC executive director David A. Harris. Supplementing these are brief essays, written by contributors of various ages, backgrounds, and viewpoints to provoke lively thought and discussion.
These voices from Jewish tradition and today’s Jewish community present us with new questions and perspectives, encouraging us to consider our own moral choices in a new : Elliot N.
Dorff, Danya Ruttenberg. Except for a few references to Cynthia Ozick (and an essay on Kay Ryan, who is not Jewish), female voices are rare in Kirsch’s book.
It is time to expand the perennially male-dominated canon of the golden age of postwar Jewish literature, perhaps to include such Jewish women writers as Grace Paley or Tillie Olsen. At every critical juncture in Jewish history, Jews have understood a dynamic theology to be essential for a vital Jewish community.
This important collection sets the next stage of Jewish theological thought, bringing together a cross section of interesting new voices from all movements in Judaism to inspire and stimulate discussion now and in the years to 5/5(1).
Raisin’ New Voices: An Evening at the Release Party for the New-ish Journal of Jewish Politics, Jewish Raisins. “I thought about creating a lexicon of Jewish leftists, but after Zalmen chewed over the idea of a reference book, he felt it didn’t fit the needs of our moment.
In Jewish Voices in Feminism, Nelly Las navigates primarily among three cultures (French, Anglo-American, and Israeli) to present a philosophical and historical analysis of the intersection between contemporary Jewish dilemmas and feminism and its impact on Jewish thinking.
She also explains the ambivalent attitude of feminist activists. His new novel, The Stolen Jew, 3 is a more elaborate yet more conventional narrative than the earlier book, since it deals with the kind of destructive family that has left a distinctively Jewish trail of broken spirits and thwarted hopes in 20th-century American fiction.
The central figure, Nathan Malkin, had cut short a promising literary. for Jewish organizations in U.S. and Canada. NEW Voices & Visions Book. Featuring all three poster series.
Newsletter Tile. Read our Fall Newsletter. Sign. The book American Jewish Thought Since editors Michael Marmur and David Ellenson bring together the distinctive voices of those who have shaped the bold and shifting soundscape of American Jewish thought over the last few generations.
You Shall Be As Gods 7. Marcia Falk, “Notes On Composing New Prayers: Toward a Feminist-Jewish.Reform Voices of Torah is the flagship weekly Torah commentary provided by and the Union for Reform Judaism, delivered each Monday morning to more t subscribers.
At the start of every week, Reform Voices of Torah shares a new, modern interpretation of the weekly parashah (Torah portion), written by a Reform Jewish leader who .Jewish Choices, Jewish Voices is a series of short books that are designed to engage the lay public in ethical issues that face people in the choices they make on a daily basis they are quite accessible for the lay readers.
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