This engaging argument for the future of Jewish theology, written by a renowned Jewish scholar, provides a rounded introduction to the faith, its history, and its place in the modern world.
- Explores foundational Jewish structures and concepts through the discussion and interpretation of Jewish texts
- Argues that we must acknowledge holiness as a ritual and ethical reality in order to heal the rift between different forms of Jewish practice and theology
- Covers historical context as well as the relations between Judaism, Israel and the wider world today
- Speaks to both Jews and non-Jews and demonstrates through textual readings how Jews, Christians, and Muslims can understand and share their theological riches