No kabbalist, but someone who yearned for mystical union with the Divine.
“The only theology that I know is not true . . . is atheism.”
Reason, revelation, and tolerance.
John Howard Yoder’s pedagogical Scripture.
The God that is or the God that becomes?
Some rabbis have treated God like a petulant member of the Knesset.
How arguing with God became acceptable.
Nor does it depict God as transgender.
In defense of Aquinas and Maimonides.
The canonical work of Jewish mysticism.
An alternative to rationalism.
Did ancient rabbis get their idea of divine law from the ancient Greeks?