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A Letter in the Scroll: Understanding Our Jewish Identity and Exploring the Legacy of the World's Oldest Religion - Rabbi Jonathan Sacks
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[SR: 278320], Taschenbuch, [EAN: 9780743267427], Free Press, Free Press, Book, [PU: Free Press], Free Press, A Letter in the Scrolls For too long, Jews have defined themselves in light of the bad things that have happened to them. And it is true that, many times in the course of history, they have been nearly decimated: when the First and Second Temples were destroyed, when the Jews were expelled from Spain, when Hitler proposed his Final Solution. Astoundingly, the Jewish people have survived catastrophe after catastrophe and ... Full description, A Letter in the Scroll, by Rabbi Jonathan Sacks, the Chief Rabbi of Britain, was inspired by a project he assigned to several university students. He suggested that they write to some of the most accomplished Jewish men and women in the world and ask what being Jewish meant to them. They sent out 200 letters and received six, mostly tepid, responses. Sacks considered these responses to be evidence of "confusion and demoralization at the heart of contemporary Jewish identity." He then decided to address the question himself, and A Letter in the Scroll is his answer. The book is a personal theology of Judaism, and it is a challenge to new generations of Jews to define the nature of their place in the story of Israel. Sacks's central theme is that "Judaism is not a theory, a system, a set of speculative propositions, an 'ism.' It is a call, and it bears our name." Sacks makes this argument in many ways, with reference to theology, philosophy, ancient history, and his personal experience. Most impressive, however, is his concise, direct, and wise use of Scripture: "The most eloquent words God spoke to Abraham, Jacob, Moses, and the prophets was to call their name," he writes. "Their reply was simply Hineni, 'Here I am.' That is the call Jewish history makes to us: to continue the story and to write our letter in the scroll." --Michael Joseph Gross, 65617011, Jüdisch, 65597011, Weltgeschichte, 65140011, Geschichte, 54071011, Genres, 52044011, Fremdsprachige Bücher, 69426011, Armut, 69413011, Zeitgeschehen, 69028011, Sachbücher, 54071011, Genres, 52044011, Fremdsprachige Bücher, 69029011, Philosophie, 69071011, Altertum, 69074011, Analytische Philosophie, 69056011, Bewegungen, 69031011, Bewusstsein & Gedanken, 69038011, Epistemologie, 69039011, Ethik & Moral, 69040011, Freier Wille & Determinismus, 69044011, Geschichte & Überblick, 69045011, Geschichte, 17. & 18. Jh., 69043011, Griechisch & Römisch, 69072011, Islamisch, 69055011, Kritik, 69046011, Logik & Sprache, 69048011, Metaphysik, 69069011, Methodologie, 69047011, Mittelalterliches Denken, 69049011, Moderne Philosophie, 69073011, Ontologie, 69075011, Religionsphilosophie, 1331036031, Renaissance, 69054011, Theismus, 69030011, Ästhetik, 69032011, Östliche Philosophie, 69028011, Sachbücher, 54071011, Genres, 52044011, Fremdsprachige Bücher, 69108011, Sozialwissenschaften, 69109011, Anthropologie, 56779011, Archäologie, 69165011, Besondere Gruppen, 69180011, Bibliotheks- & Informationswissenschaften, 69119011, Bräuche & Traditionen, 1321878031, Demographie, 65292011, Diskriminierung & Rassismus, 1321879031, Emigration & Immigration, 69122011, Folklore & Mythologie, 69135011, Forschung, 69123011, Frauen- & Geschlechterforschung, 69129011, Gerontologie, 69178011, Gewalt in der Gesellschaft, 69130011, Humangeographie, 69177011, Kindheitsforschung, 69272011, Linguistik, 69179011, Medienwissenschaften, 1321880031, Methodik, 1321881031, Nachschlagewerke, 69132011, Philanthropie & Wohltätigkeit, 69214011, Philosophie, 69216011, Politikwissenschaften, 64591011, Popkultur, 69133011, Pornographie, 69136011, Sozialarbeit, 69137011, Soziologie, 69176011, Statistik, 69028011, Sachbücher, 54071011, Genres, 52044011, Fremdsprachige Bücher, 54853011, Theologie, 54807011, Christentum, 54682011, Religion & Esoterik, 54071011, Genres, 52044011, Fremdsprachige Bücher, 55266011, Judentum, 1323383031, Bewegungen, 55272011, Chassidismus, 55274011, Feiertage, 55303011, Frauen & Judentum, 1323384031, Gebetbücher, 55285011, Heilige Schriften, 55281011, Jüdisches Leben, 1323382031, Kinderbücher, 55282011, Koscher essen, 55283011, Musik, 55302011, Mystik, 1323385031, Predigten, 55273011, Religionsgeschichte, 55295011, Theologie, 54682011, Religion & Esoterik, 54071011, Genres, 52044011, Fremdsprachige Bücher

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For too long, Jews have defined themselves in light of the bad things that have happened to them. And it is true that, many times in the course of history, they have been nearly decimated: when the First and Second Temples were destroyed, when the Jews were expelled from Spain, when Hitler proposed his Final Solution. Astoundingly, the Jewish people have survived catastrophe after catastrophe and remained a thriving and vibrant community. The question Rabbi Jonathan Sacks asks is, quite simply: How? How, in the face of such adversity, has Judaism remained and flourished, making a mark on human history out of all proportion to its numbers?Written originally as a wedding gift to his son and daughter-in-law, "A Letter in the Scroll" is Rabbi Sacks's personal answer to that question, a testimony to the enduring strength of his religion. Tracing the revolutionary series of philosophical and theological ideas that Judaism created -- from covenant to sabbath to formal education -- and showing us how they remain compellingly relevant in our time, Sacks portrays Jewish identity as an honor as well as a duty.The Ba'al Shem Tov, an eighteenth-century rabbi and founder of the Hasidic movement, famously noted that the Jewish people are like a living Torah scroll, and every individual Jew is a letter within it. If a single letter is damaged or missing or incorrectly drawn, a Torah scroll is considered invalid. So too, in Judaism, each individual is considered a crucial part of the people, without whom the entire religion would suffer. Rabbi Sacks uses this metaphor to make a passionate argument in favor of affiliation and practice in our secular times, and invites us to engage in our dynamicand inclusive tradition. Never has a book more eloquently expressed the joys of being a Jew.This is the story of one man's hope for the future -- a future in which the next generation, his children and ours, will happily embrace the beauty of the world's oldest religion.

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