Faith and Doubt: Studies in Traditional Jewish Thought

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KTAV Publishing House, Inc., 2006 - Religion - 364 pages
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Presents a collection of studies on modern intellectual challenges from the perspective of Modern Orthodox Judaism. Themes range from comparative law to metaphysics with a chapter on "Law and Morality" new to this edition.
 

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Contents

Faith and Doubt
1
The Unity Theme Monism for Moderns
42
Two Versions of Torah Umadda
68
Mans Position in the Universe
82
The Religious Implications of Extraterrestrial Life
105
Ecology in Jewish Law and Theology
160
A Jewish Ethic of Leisure
184
Scholarship and Piety
208
The Moral Revolution A Jewish Evaluation
242
Selfincrimination in Law and Psychology The Fifth Amendment and the Halakhah
266
Privacy in Law and Theology
285
Suffering and Literature A Theological Exegesis of Elie Wiesels The Town Beyond the Wall
305
Amalek and the Seven Nations
321
Index
358
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