That’s not a bad thing, but a sensitive new biography is still worth reading.
Is his unusual childhood the key?
A universalist doctrine for the modern era.
From Hermann Cohen to Joseph B. Soloveitchik.
Science, death, and the origins of religion.
“Alcohol, stolen geese, and wives pleading with their husbands to come back home.”
A number of modern Jewish thinkers, beginning with Martin Buber, have tried to create a theology based on the belief that Judaism’s core truths lie. . .