Revelation as Torah: From an Existential To a Postliberal Judaism

Kepnes, Steven
October 2000
Journal of Jewish Thought & Philosophy (Routledge);Oct2000, Vol. 10 Issue 1, p205
Academic Journal
Focuses on the postliberal notion of Torah as revelation. Gap between private experience and public religious text and rituals; Description of religious existentialism and modernity; Impact of the secularization on the Jews; Implications for religion and theology.


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