Election, Divine Love, and Human Enmity
Ed. by Goshen-Gottstein, Alon
Aims and Scope
This book highlights the challenges that face Judaism, captured by the dual implication of election: divine love and enmity with others. This challenge takes on great urgency in the context of advances in interfaith relations and a contemporary Jewish theology of world religions.
- 180 pages
- Election;antisemitism;suffering;Jewish identity;non-Jews;Gentiles;genocide;love;interfaith relations;Israel;Zionism;Middle East;Israel foreign relations;Jewish state;Judaism;chosenness;interreligious dialogue;world religious leadership;interfaith theory;Jewish theology of religions;contemporary Judaism;agnosticism;prayer;blessing;theology;Biblical interpretation
- Educated, critically thinking Jewish reader; Jewish educators and rabbis. Community based, with interest in self-enrichment.