Radical Judaism Rethinking God and Tradition Arthur Green
- Publication date:
- 01 Mar 2010
- 224 pages: 210 x 140 x 14mm
How do we articulate a religious vision that embraces evolution and human authorship of Scripture? Drawing on the Jewish mystical traditions of Kabbalah and Hasidism, path-breaking Jewish scholar Arthur Green argues that a neomystical perspective can help us to reframe these realities, so they may yet be viewed as dwelling places of the sacred. In doing so, he rethinks such concepts as God, the origins and meaning of existence, human nature, and revelation to construct a new Judaism for the twenty-first century.
Rabbi Arthur Green is professor and rector of the Rabbinical School of Hebrew College in Newton, MA.
"[A] rich and thoughtful work . . . "Radical Judaism" ought to be read by anyone who wants to get a sense of one major position on the contemporary American Jewish theological landscape, as well as by those interested in the theoretical relationships between science and mysticism."--Samuel H./i>--Samuel H. Brody "Journal of Religion "