Judaism in a secular age: an anthology of secular humanistic Jewish thought

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KTAV Pub. House, Oct 1, 1995 - History - 388 pages
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This poorly-planned collection of agnostic apologia reads like a tract written by well-intentioned but short-sighted pseudo-intellectuals. The anthology brings together a wide variety of Jewish ... Read full review

Judaism in a secular age: an anthology of secular humanistic Jewish thought

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From Baruch Spinoza to Yehuda Bauer, there has existed a secular Judaism that has developed apart from and alongside religious Judaism. This excellent anthology traces the development of secular ... Read full review

Contents

Preface
vii
Introduction
xiii
Acknowledgments
li
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