God as the Power that Makes for Salvation; 7.
Belief in a Personal God: The Position of Liberal Supernaturalism; 9. In Search of God; From God to Godliness: Proposal for a Predicate Theology; Jewish Feminist Theology; B. The Wings of the Dove: Jewish Values, Science, and Halachah; Revelation in the Jewish Tradition; Recovering Theology for the Modern Jew; D. The Natural and the Supernatural Jew; On Jewish Eschatology; E. Love your neighbor and yourself: Jewish choices, Jewish voices by Elliot N Dorff 9 editions published between and in English and Undetermined and held by 1, WorldCat member libraries worldwide Annotation.
Jewish choices, Jewish voices by Elliot N Dorff 10 editions published in in English and held by 1, WorldCat member libraries worldwide In the newest addition to the Jewish Choices, Jewish Voices series, co-editors Elliot Dorff and Danya Ruttenberg have brought together a diverse group of Jews to comment on how Judaism affects their views and actions regarding sex.
Contributors range from adult movie actor Ron Jeremy, to renowned feminist scholar Martha Ackelsberg, to noted writer and blogger Esther Kustanowitz, as well as rabbis, doctors, social workers, and activists. They discuss issues of monogamy, honesty, and communication in dating and marriage; testing for and disclosure of STDs; abortion, sex education, sex work, and sexuality.
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Power by Elliot N Dorff 11 editions published between and in English and Undetermined and held by 1, WorldCat member libraries worldwide The dynamics of power can affect people on political, social, and deeply personal levels. This newest volume in the Jewish Choices, Jewish Voices series examines these dynamics and asks readers to consider some difficult moral issues: How do we avoid the temptation to use power chiefly for our own advantage?
How should bosses treat workers?
For the love of God and people: Jewish choices, Jewish voices by Elliot N Dorff 6 editions published in in English and Undetermined and held by 1, WorldCat member libraries worldwide. Dorff -- Divine representations and the value of embryos: Zohar -- "Like water": Neulander -- What is a Jew? Mackler -- "Blessed is the one who is good and who brings forth goodness": Contemporary Jewish ethics and morality: Matters of life and death: Many of the readings appear here for the first time, making this important text the most timely sourcebook in its field.
Uniquely qualified to reflect the high level and depth of contemporary work in this area of study, Contemporary Jewish Ethics and Morality is an essential contribution to any course dealing with Jewish ethics. One of the remarkable features of this anthology is the scope of the views it presents Because it is accessible to a wide audience, lay persons who must face agonizing choices will find this meaningful work an excellent guide to decision-making This anthology is an absolute necessity for the contemporary Jew who wants to strive to live a thoughtful and meaningful life. It has to be read slowly, savored, and constantly reviewed.
It does not belong on the shelves of rabbis, Jewish scholars, ethicists, and ordinary people, but in their hands.
It is simply the best in its field. It is post-modern and it will endure. Introduction to Jewish Ethics offers a concise overview of the Jewish ethical tradition as it has evolved from biblical times to the present. The volume provides a broad conceptual overview of the central beliefs of classical Judaism and the ways in which these frame traditional Jewish approaches to issues in ethics, both theoretical and practical and it familiarizes readers with the distinctive ways in which contemporary Jewish ethics draw upon this rich tradition of religious-ethical reflection as they address key ethical issue of our day.
The volume examines religion, ethics and religious ethics, Judaism and Jewish Ethics, sources of Jewish ethics, contours of Jewish moral life, foundations of moral obligation in Judaism and Jewish ethics in modern times. For those interested in religion and ethics. Those unfamiliar with Jewish ethics will find that it takes nothing for granted; those already familiar will also gain much from the clear and searching way it addresses an impressive range of subjects.
It is a most valuable and welcome work.
This book provides the most comprehensive collection to date of twentieth-century Jewish writings. This carefully constructed anthology highlights the enormous range of theological viewpoints and methods that have characterized Jewish theological reflection in modern times.
This is an exceptional one-volume introduction to contemporary Jewish thought.
A stimulating distillation of the best Jewish thought from a century marked by anguish and triumph. We see in these sections how strong the theological etnerprise is in modern Judaism, in every form from Reform to Neo-Orthodoxy. Ideal for serious readers. What is the Jewish position on tattoos, eating disorders and body piercings? According to this book on Judaism and the body, that's actually the wrong question: This multiauthor book, part of JPS's new series on contemporary ethical dilemmas future volumes will address money, war, sexual relations, and power, among other issues , presents multiple points of view and personal voices.
Tattoos, for example, are weighed against biblical and Talmudic injunctions, historical allusions are Jewish tattoos offensive to Holocaust victims? Some of the best essays are by doctors, including one who ruminates on whether he has an ethical responsibility to prescribe medication that might save his patients from short-term depression.