Rosenzweig's Rebbe Halevi: From the academy to the Yeshiva

Cohen, Richard A.
September 1995
Judaism;Fall95, Vol. 44 Issue 4, p448
Academic Journal
Discusses the spiritual and intellectual growth of Franz Rosenzweig. Educational background; Features of his conversation with Eugene Rosenstock in July 7, 1913; Features of his Yom Kippur experience.


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