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  • ISBN 0807408549
  • ISBN13 978-0807408544
  • Language English
  • Author Rifat Sonsino (Editor)
  • Publisher Urj Press (May 1, 2004)
  • Pages 255
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In his follow-up to Finding God, Rabbi Sonsino examines contemporary Jewish images of God, as seen in the writings of the most original and creative Jewish thinkers to emerge out of the events and experiences of the twentieth century. This anthology includes the writings and ideas of such thinkers as Martin Buber, Eugene Borowitz, Harold Kushner, Judith Plaskow, and others. Sonsino provides a wonderful introduction to the works and thoughts of these influential scholars.

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In his follow-up to Finding God, Rabbi Sonsino examines contemporary Jewish images of God, as seen in the writings of the most original and creative Jewish thinkers to emerge out of the events and experiences of the twentieth century

In his follow-up to Finding God, Rabbi Sonsino examines contemporary Jewish images of God, as seen in the writings of the most original and creative Jewish thinkers to emerge out of the events and experiences of the twentieth century.

Jewish Book Council, founded in 1944, is the longest-running organization devoted exclusively to the support and .

Jewish Book Council, founded in 1944, is the longest-running organization devoted exclusively to the support and celebration of Jewish literature.

Rifat Sonsino, American rabbi. Ordained rabbi, 1966. Member Center Conference Reform Rabbis (vice president New England region 1990-1993), Massachusetts Board Rabbis, Needham Clergy Association. Rabbi Temple Emanuel, Buenos Aires, 1966-1969, Main Line Reform Temple, Philadelphia, 1969-1975, North Shore Congregation Israel, Glencoe, Illinois, 1975-1980, Temple Beth Shalom, Needham, Massachusetts, 1980-2003, retired, 2003. Adjunct professor theology department Boston College.

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Kaplan's theology went beyond this to claim that God is not personal, in that God . The Many Faces of God: A Reader of Modern Jewish Theologies.

Kaplan's theology went beyond this to claim that God is not personal, in that God is not a conscious being nor can God in any way relate to or communicate with humanity. Furthermore, Kaplan's theology defines God as the sum of all natural processes that allow people to become self-fulfilled. In practice, Kaplan's books, especially The Meaning of God in Modern Jewish Religion and Judaism as a Civilization are de facto statements of principles.

This latest book by Rabbi Sonsino, co-author of Finding God, takes up where that book leaves off. The Many Faces of God deals with contemporary Jewish images of God. Included in The Many Faces of God are the writings and ideas of such thinkers as Martin Buber, Mordecai Kaplan, Emil Fackenheim, Eugene Borowitz, Zalman Schacter-Shalomi, Harold Kushner, Richard Levy, Judith Plaskow, and others.