Insecurity of Freedom

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Macmillan, Jan 1, 1963 - Philosophy - 324 pages
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The Insecurity of Freedom is a collection of essays on Human Existence by one of the foremost Jewish thinkers of our time, Abraham Joshua Heschel.
 

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Contents

Religion in a Free Society
3
The Patient as a Person
24
Children and Youth
39
Idols in the Temples
52
To Grow in Wisdom
70
Religion and Race
85
The White Man on Trial
101
Depth Theology
115
The Individual Jew and His Obligations
187
Israel and Diaspora
212
Jewish Education
223
The Vocation of the Cantor
242
Prayer as Discipline
254
Jews in the Soviet Union
262
A Declaration of Conscience
274
The Last Days of Maimonides
285

Confusion of Good and Evil
127
Sacred Image of Man
150
Protestant Renewal A Jewish View
168
The Ecumenical Movement
179

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Abraham Joshua Heschel was internationally known as a scholar, author, activist, and theologian. He was Professor of Ethics and Mysticism at the Jewish Theological Seminary of America.

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