March 2003
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Mar2003, Issue 131, p81
Focuses on the life and death of the author Franz Rosenzweig. Relationship between Judaism and Christianity; Views of Rosenzweig on the doctrine of the Incarnation; Roles of Christianity and Judaism in the drama of redemption.


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