Love, Hate, and Jewish Identity
- In Search of Belonging. Englander, Lawrence A. // Reform Judaism;Summer2011, Vol. 39 Issue 4, p11
The article focuses on the evolution of the Reform Judaism movement in the U.S. from its founding temple which opened in Seesen, Germany on July 17, 1810. The author notes that the founders of the movement have confronted the interplay of promoting the Jewish identity and the common values and...
- THE RE-NEWED PERSPECTIVE: POST-SUPERSESSIONIST APPROACH TO THE NEW TESTAMENT. Willitts, Joel // Hebrew Studies;2016, Vol. 57, p377
The essay describes the distinctive hermeneutical approach of the chapters in Part 2 of Introduction to Messianic Judaism that is most usefully named postsupersessionist. This reading strategy is characterized by its intentionality in reading the New Testament in order to cultivate a habitus of...
- Education for Jewish Identity and Jewish Continuity in the Open Society. Slesinger, Zalmen // Judaism;Spring79, Vol. 28 Issue 2, p225
Focuses on the significance of education for Jewish identity and Jewish continuity in the open society. Manifestations of successful symbiotic relationship between Jews and the open society; Characteristics of the open society; Factors influencing the Jewish identity; Analysis of pluralism...
- Return and renewal. // New Jersey Jewish News;9/16/2010, Vol. 64 Issue 37, p18
The author reflects on the issue regarding the tradition and changes of the identity of the Jewish community.
- Identity and authority in ancient Judaism. Goodman, Martin // Judaism;Spring90, Vol. 39 Issue 2, p192
Examines determinants of identity and authority in ancient Judaism. Five main ways of establishing the Jewishness of an individual in antiquity; Role of a strong central authority in defining Jewish status; Conflict between rabbis, learned sages, and local communal authorities over what defined...
- V. JUDAISM. // Leo Baeck Institute Year Book;Jan2010, Vol. 55 Issue 1, p418
No abstract available.
- Editorâ€™s Introduction. Heilman, Samuel // Contemporary Jewry;Apr2010, Vol. 30 Issue 1, p3
An introduction to the journal is presented that thanks individuals who contributed to the issue and discusses the topic of secular Judaism.
- Introduction to the Special Issue on Jewish Secularism. Kosmin, Barry // Contemporary Jewry;Apr2010, Vol. 30 Issue 1, p1
An introduction to the issue is presented that discusses the topic of Jewish secularism.
- The uncanny Jew: A brief history of an image. Shapiro, Susan E. // Judaism;Winter97, Vol. 46 Issue 1, p63
Traces the history of the image of the Jewish people and Judaism. Incorporation of Jews into the German-nation state; Contradictions of Jewish emancipation; Negative character of the Jewish image; Conversion to Christianity and intermarriage as suggested solutions to the Jewish question;...