Religious Zionism : : History and Ideology / / Dov Schwartz.
Religious Zionism is a major component of contemporary Israeli society and politics. The author reviews the history of religious Zionism from both a historical and ideological-theological perspective. His basic assumption is that religious Zionism cannot be fully understood solely through a historic...
|Superior document:||Title is part of eBook package: De Gruyter Academic Studies Press Backlist eBook-Package 2008-2013|
|Place / Publishing House:||Boston, MA : : Academic Studies Press, ,  |
|Year of Publication:||2008|
|Series:||Emunot: Jewish Philosophy and Kabbalah
|Physical Description:||1 online resource (160 p.)|
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- Chapter One. A Revolutionary Consciousness
- Chapter Two. Rabbi Reines and the Foundation of the Mizrachi
- Chapter Three. Religious-Zionist Education: Beginnings
- Chapter Four. Rav Kook: An Orthodox-National Alternative to Religious-Zionism
- Chapter Five. The Foundation of the Chief Rabbinate
- Chapter Six. Ha-Po‘el ha-Mizrachi: Against the Exile and the Bourgeoisie
- Chapter Seven. Criticizing Zionist Policy
- Chapter Eight. The Settlement Drive
- Chapter Nine. Religious-Zionism and the Holocaust
- Chapter Ten. Israel’s First Years: Hopes and Disappointments
- Chapter Eleven. From Rearguard to Vanguard: The Struggle for Greater Israel
- Chapter Twelve. Religious-Zionism in the United States
- Chapter Thirteen. Religious-Zionism: Present and Future
- Index of Names
- Index of Subjects