Category Archives: Niles Goldstein

Exclusivity and God’s 13 Attributes

I was reading for another class I am taking at MJTI (mjti.org). The book is a reader in Jewish texts called Judaism and Spiritual Ethics, edited by Niles Goldstein and Steven Mason. At one point, while discussing g’milut hasidim, acts … Continue reading

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A Jewish Writer’s Unflattering View of Christianity

I have been reviewing Duties of the Soul, edited by Niles Goldstein and Peter Knobels. In the second chapter of the book, Rabbi Arnold Jacob Wolf makes two comments that amount to what I consider an unflattering, but too often … Continue reading

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Jewish Renewal: A Book Review in Parts, #4

The topic du jour is discovering the commandments and a Jewish view of Christian theology that is not flattering. This is the fourth in a series on Duties of the Soul edited by Niles Goldstein and Peter Knobels. It is … Continue reading

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Jewish Renewal: A Book Review in Parts, #3

This is part 3 of a review of Duties of the Soul, edited by Niles Goldstein and Peter Knobels. In Part 2 I summarized (following the first chapter of the book) part of the history of Reform Judaism. We saw … Continue reading

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Jewish Renewal: A Book Review in Parts, #1

I am reading a book for an upcoming class in Messianic Jewish Spirituality (an ironic title since Jewish life expresses the reality of the physical and avoids separating the spirit from the body). The book is called Duties of the … Continue reading

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