A heart of many rooms: celebrating the many voices within Judaism
Extraordinary insights to help readers understand Judaism's confrontation with modernity. Hartman argues that commitment to Jewish tradition and a commitment to pluralism need not conflict in this age of modernity, but each can enrich the other while maintaining their integrity.
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The God who Hates Lies: Confronting & Rethinking Jewish Tradition
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JUDAISM AS AN INTERPRETIVE TRADITION
A TRADITIONAL RESPONSE
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