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Rabbi Abraham Isaac Kook and Jewish Spirituality : Reappraisals Jewish Social History - Lawrence J. Kaplan

Rabbi Abraham Isaac Kook and Jewish Spirituality

Reappraisals Jewish Social History

By: Lawrence J. Kaplan (Editor), Kayann Short (Editor), Abouali Farmanfarmaian (Editor)

Hardcover Published: 1st October 1994
ISBN: 9780814746523
Number Of Pages: 360

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Rabbi Abraham Isaac Kook (1865-1935) was the first Ashkenazic chief rabbi of mandatory Palestine. Admired for the incredible diversity of his talents and interests--talmudist, halakhist, kabbalist, mystic, theologian, moralist, poet, and communal leader--Rav Kook's world outlook extolled breadth and derided narrow specialization. More than any other Orthodox thinker in modern times, he addressed, squarely and boldly, the confrontation between Judaism and the modern world. Kook serves as a natural model to those Jews who seek a religious understanding of and response to the culture and politics of the modern age.
These essays, most published here for the first time, offer a range of analyses and interpretations covering, in an accessible, systematic, and comprehensive fashion the major areas of Rav Kook's thought. Among the issues discussed are: his relationship to the Jewish mystical, philosophical, and halakhic traditions; poetry and spirituality; harmonism and pluralism; tolerance and its limits; Zionism, messianism, and politics; and Rav Kook today.

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" it will alter - or perhaps confirm - your thinking about 'public religion' and how traditional and immigrant congregations address (or don't) member and community needs and attitudes and actions towards larger social issues an obvious choice for religious and congregational studies and urban sociology programs. It is also valuable reading for any cleric or layperson interested in how contemporary urban religious collectives are shaped by and help shape the lives of their own members, surrounding communities, and the larger society." -"Congregations",

ISBN: 9780814746523
ISBN-10: 0814746527
Series: Reappraisals Jewish Social History
Audience: General
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 360
Published: 1st October 1994
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 22.86 x 15.24  x 2.39
Weight (kg): 0.67

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