The exiles from Judah clung to the conviction that it was their own God who had brought humanity into being.
Godlessness and man at Harvard.
Did Samson Raphael Hirsch seek compromise or synthesis?
In their view, religion both complemented and restrained the humanities.
An account of homo, without the sapiens.
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The Italian humanist Giovanni Pico della Mirandola was among the first of many Renaissance Christian thinkers to become interested in Jewish mysticism. David Navarro reviews. . .
To fight anti-Semitism, Europe needs to rebuild its cultural foundations. That project starts with the Church.
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