6 edition of Must a Jew Believe Anything? Second Edition with a New Afterword found in the catalog.
March 30, 2006
by Littman Library of Jewish Civilization
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||204|
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Second Edition with a New Afterword at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users. that Aristotelian "perfection" is the highest ideal of the Torah. To achieve this perfection, a Jew must have knowledge of the principles of Jewish /5. Second edition, Littman Library of Jewish Civilization Over the last few years, an increasing number of people have been approaching me with crises of faith.
One of the resources to which I direct them is Menachem Kellner's book Must a Jew Believe Anything?. Kellner's short, brisk, and accessible book examines how the split that threatens the Jewish future can be avoided. The first six chapters of this strongly The crucial question for today's Jewish world, Menachem Kellner argues, is not whether Jews will have Jewish grandchildren, but how many different sorts of mutually exclusive Judaisms those 4/5(4).
The crucial question for today's Jewish world, Menachem Kellner argues, is not whether Jews will have Jewish grandchildren, but how many different sorts of mutually exclusive Judaisms those grandchildren will face.
Kellner's short, brisk, and Author: Menachem Kellner. A while ago, I began my review of Menachem Kellner's Must A Jew Believe Anything. (Read part one at this link).I mentioned how the first six chapters of the book are a superb analysis of the role of dogma in Judaism, showing how Rambam's emphasis on dogma was an aberration from normative Judaism.
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Prof. Menachem Kellner, if I understand him correctly, argues that there are basic Jewish beliefs but no dogmas (see his Must A Jew Believe Anything?, particularly the afterword to the second edition).
This means that while Judaism is incomprehensible without certain basic theological beliefs (e.g. God’s existence), these beliefs do not. Much of the debate around Kellner’s work focuses on his mistitled Must a Jew Believe Anything. It seems from the interview and the new Afterword that the goal of the book was to create greater acceptance of the non-orthodox by removing dogma from the equation.
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Book Reviews Must a Jew Believe Anything. by Menachem Kellner (London and Portland, Oregon, ). Reviewed by David Berger As the Introduction to this stimulating book draws to a close, Menachem Kellner reiterates its provocative title and encapsulates the core of its thesis in three sentences: Must a Jew believe anything.
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Marked by such profound events as the Holocaust and the establishment of the state of Israel, Judaism's long journey through the modern age has been a complex and tumultuous one, leading many Jews to ask themselves not only where they have been and where they are going, but what it means to 3/5(2).
Little changed from the first edition, this second edition includes helpful chapter summaries and a lucid afterword by Matthew LaGrone Novak's account of the myriad ways that Jewish texts and thinkers have thought about "Others"-especially Christians and Muslims-provides historical and philosophical context for contemporary discussions of /5(4).
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