The search for God at Harvard

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Times Books/Random House, Apr 30, 1991 - Religion - 283 pages
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Provides a study of Harvard Divinity School, its diverse students, the meaning of religion in today's secular society, and a revaluation of the author's own Jewish faith

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Review: The Search for God at Harvard

User Review  - Alan Scott - Goodreads

An extremely well written but ultimately shallow memoir of an Orthodox Jew's year spent exploring world religions at Harvard Div School. The author complains that his instructor in Christianity was ... Read full review

Review: The Search for God at Harvard

User Review  - Lauren Armstrong - Goodreads

Intriguing book about how to study religion while maintaining your own faith. For Goldman, this was Judaism. Learning to study religion is different than anything else, and delving into it without shaking your own foundations is a delightful challenge of it's own. Read full review

Contents

Introduction
3
Orientation
9
First Days
20
Copyright

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