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Aspects of Rabbinic Theology
With a New Introduction by Neil Gillman, Including the Original Preface of 1909 & the Introduction by Louis Finkelstein
Solomon Schechter With an Introduction by Neil Gillman
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The classic statement of the ideas which form the religious consciousness of the Jewish people at large, by one of the great minds of Jewish scholarship of our century. His creative scholarship, compelling English style, and warm personality have given this book lasting influence on Jew and non-Jew alike.
"Solomon Schechter's Aspects of Rabbinic Theology is a classic. A pioneer work with enduring value has been reissued with a masterful introduction by Professor Neil Gillman. This work still speaks to every generation of students of the Jewish tradition."
Dr. Alfred Gottschalk, President, Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion
Schechter labored to mediate the dynamic otherness of Judaism to Christian America in unalloyed, clear and graceful prose."
Professor Ismar Schorsch, Chancellor, The Jewish Theological Seminary of America
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About the Author
Solomon Schechter (1847-1915) was President of the Jewish Theological Seminary from 1902 until his death in 1915.
Neil Gillman is Chair of the Department of Jewish Philosophy at The Jewish Theological Seminary of America in New York where he has also served as Dean of the Rabbinical School. His previous books include Sacred Fragments: Recovering Theology for the Modern Jew, winner of the National Jewish Book Award.
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