Eugene B. Borowitz : Rethinking God and Ethics

Eugene B. Borowitz is a rabbi, teacher of rabbis, and educator, and a theologian, and an important spokesperson for non-Orthodox forms of Judaism, Reform Judaism in particular. Rethinking God and Ethics presents influential essays by Borowitz and explains his contribution to Jewish religious thought...

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Superior document:Library of Contemporary Jewish Philosophers.
Place / Publishing House:Leiden : : BRILL,, 2014.
Year of Publication:2014
Series:Library of Contemporary Jewish Philosophers
Physical Description:1 online resource (159 pages)
Notes:Description based upon print version of record.
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Table of Contents:
  • Contents; Editors' Introduction to Series; Eugene B. Borowitz: An Intellectual Portrait; Why I Am a Theologian Rather than a Philosopher; The Jewish Need for Theology; Through the Shadowed Valley; The Autonomous Jewish Self; 'Im ba'et, eyma-Since You Object, Let Me Put It This Way; Editors' Interview with Eugene B. Borowitz; Select Bibliography