The Unmodern Jew

Singer, David
June 1991
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Jun/Jul1991, Issue 14, p19
Discusses the implications of modern consciousness for an understanding of the halakhah. Elements of halakhah; Factors driving the growth of halakhah; Arguments raised by Conservative rabbi Robert Gordis for advocating the halakhic renewal; Response of Rabbi J. David Bleich to the problem of modern consciousness and the halakhah.


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