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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User Review  - Nicole Hunter-Mostafa - Goodreads

this was a light, easy read, and i mostly enjoyed it. ari goldman is an engaging writer, and although the book often veered toward personal memoir that had nothing to do with his time at harvard ... Read full review

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User Review  - Mary - Goodreads

This is my second read of Goldman's memoir. I enjoyed and appreciated it fully as much in this second reading--maybe twenty years later. Coming from a conservative religious background (although not ... Read full review

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Introduction
3
Orientation
9
First Days
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Copyright

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