Related Books

Hybrid Judaism
Language: en
Pages: 160
Authors: Darren Kleinberg
Categories: Religion
Type: BOOK - Published: 2016-10-11 - Publisher: Studies in Orthodox Judaism

American Jewish identity has changed significantly over the course of the past half century. Kleinberg analysis of Greenberg's recognition theology of Hybrid Judaism represents a compelling understanding of contemporary American Jewish identity.
Yitz Greenberg and Modern Orthodoxy
Language: en
Pages: 310
Authors: Adam Ferziger, Miri Freud-Kandel, Steven Bayme
Categories: Religion
Type: BOOK - Published: 2019-09-24 - Publisher: Academic Studies PRess

Sixteen scholars from around the globe gathered at the Oxford Centre for Hebrew and Jewish Studies in the bucolic Yarnton Manor in the Oxfordshire countryside in June 2014, for the first (now annual) Oxford Summer Institute on Modern and Contemporary Judaism. The current volume is the fruit of this encounter.
Recovering Jewishness: Modern Identities Reclaimed
Language: en
Pages: 277
Authors: Frederick S. Roden
Categories: Religion
Type: BOOK - Published: 2016-02-22 - Publisher: ABC-CLIO

Judaism and Jewish life reflect a diversity of identity after the past two centuries of modernization. This work examines how the early reformers of the 19th century and their legacy into the 20th century created a livable, liberal Jewish identity that allowed a reinvention of what it meant to be
Hybrid Judaism
Language: en
Pages: 239
Authors: Darren Kleinberg (Ph.D.)
Categories: Jews
Type: BOOK - Published: 2014 - Publisher:

Over the course of more than half a century, Rabbi Dr. Irving Greenberg has developed a distinctive theology of intra- and inter-group relations. Deeply influenced by his experiences in the Christian-Jewish dialogue movement, Greenberg's covenantal theology and image of God idea coalesce into what I refer to as Hybrid Judaism,
Building Jewish Roots
Language: en
Authors: Faydra L. Shapiro
Categories: History
Type: BOOK - Published: 2006-08-10 - Publisher: McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP

Building Jewish Roots offers an exploration of how participants build rich and varied Jewish identities through their experiences in Israel at the long-established Livnot U'Lehibanot program. Shapiro argues that Israel Experience Programs offer something vital to participants - the power to shape and choose their own Jewish identities.