What Does Revelation Mean for the Modern Jew?
|Author: ||Oppenheim, Michael|
Through an examination of the thought of Franz Rosenzweig, Martin Buber, and Emil Fackenheim, the author shows that issues of modern Jewish belief are relevant to the vitality of the Jewish community and that the insights of modern Jewish thinkers are relevant to philosophers of religion and to religious people outside the Jewish community.
". . . an admirable attempt to cut through to the very essence of one of modern religious people's greatest existential problems. . . . forces us to concentrate on one critical aspect of modern religious thought in a manner that encourages reflection and stimulates a creative response. It serves as a valuable tool and an important contribution to the study of modern theology." - Religious Studies and Theology