Judaism in Modern Times
This book provides an introduction to Judaism in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries for all students of Judaism and world religions, and covers major movements that have been developed. Written by a leading teacher and researcher, each chapter features a...
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This book provides an introduction to Judaism in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries for all students of Judaism and world religions, and covers major movements that have been developed. Written by a leading teacher and researcher, each chapter features a clear and authoritative introduction to its subject, accompanied by a reading by a specialist in the particlular field.
Acknowledgements. Letter to the Student. Introduction: What do we mean by "Judaism" And By "Modern Times"?. Part I: The Nineteenth Century: . 1. The Challenge of the Secular Age: Segregation or Integration and Three Integrationist Judaisms. 2. Reform Judaism. 3. Orthodox Judaism. 4. Conservative Judaism. Part II: The Twentieth Century:. 5. The Challenge of the "Post-Christian" Century and the Response of Three "Post-Christian" Judaisms. 6. Zionism. 7. Jewish Socialism and Yiddishism. 8. American Judaism of Holocaust and Redemption. Epilogue. 9. What do we learn about religion from Judaism in Modern Times?. Index.
Jacob Neusner (Ph.D., Columbia University) is Distinguished Service Professor of the History and Theology of Judaism; Bard Center Fellow. He is the Editor of the three volume Encyclopedia of Judaism, he has published more than one thousand books and innumerable articles, including Theology of the Oral Torah, Theology of the Halakhah, and The Incarnation of God: The Character of Divinity in Formative Judaism.
Koorong -Editorial Review.
- Introduction: What Do We Mean By "judaism" And By "modern Times"? Part
- 1 The 19th Century: The Challenge Of The Secular Age - Segregation Or
- Integration And Three Integrationist Judaisms
- Reform Judaism
- Orthodox Judaism
- Conservative Judaism. Part 2 The 20th Century: The Challenge Of The
- "post-christian" Century And The Response Of Three "post-christian"
- Jewish Socialism And Yiddishism
- American Judaism Of Holocaust And Redemption. Epilogue: What Do We Learn
- About Religion From Judaism In Modern Times?