On Jewish Particularity and Anti-Semitism: Notes from a Jewish Theology of Liberation
Ellis, Marc H., Human Architecture
Abstract: Today Jewish life is being lived out within the context of unparalleled Jewish empowerment, with an assertive Jewish community with high status and political and economic power in the United States and a militarily successful and expanding state of Israel in the Middle East-though most Jews, as with any community, are living normal ordinary lives involved in making a living and raising families. The contested nature of Jewish life has seen three definitive groups vying for the right to define what Jewish fidelity is in the present. Roughly speaking the three groups are found in America and Israel, and can be defined as the Constantinian Jewish establishment, Progressive Jews and …
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Publication information: Article title: On Jewish Particularity and Anti-Semitism: Notes from a Jewish Theology of Liberation. Contributors: Ellis, Marc H. - Author. Journal title: Human Architecture. Volume: 7. Issue: 2 Publication date: Spring 2009. Page number: 103+. © Ahead Publishing House Okeir Press Spring 2007. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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