Engendering Judaism

Author: Rachel Adler
Publisher: Jewish Publication Society
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This is a pioneering work on what it means to “engender” Jewish tradition—how women’s full inclusion can and must transform our understanding and practice of Jewish law, prayer, and marriage.

Creating Judaism

Author: Michael L. Satlow
Publisher: Columbia University Press
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This article was mentioned in the introduction: Haym Soloveitchik, “Rupture and
Reconstruction: The Transformation of Contemporary Orthodoxy,” Tradition 28.4 (
1994): 64–130. On the issues surrounding female involvement in Orthodox (and
other halakhic forms of) Judaism, see, in addition to the sources mentioned in the
bibliographical notes to chapter 6, Rachel Adler, Engendering Judaism: An
Inclusive Theology and Ethics (Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society of
America, ...

Judaism In America

Author: Marc Lee Raphael
Publisher: Columbia University Press
ISBN: 0231512449
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Conservative Judaism 38.2 (1985–86): 5. Among the professionals writing about
spirituality, few are more insightful than Gillman. See also his “The Renewed
Yearning and Search for God: A New Jewish Spirituality?” Proceedings of the
Rabbincal Assembly 61 (2000): 20–42. 3. James Hudnut-Beumler, Looking for
God in the Suburbs: The Religion of the American Dream and Its Critics, 1945–
1965 (New Brunswick, N.J., 1994), 1. 4. Prior to the “revival,” not only were just 10
percent of ...

The Bible S Writings

Author: David J. Zucker
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
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Engendering Judaism: An Inclusive Theology and Ethics. Philadelphia: Jewish
Publication society, 1998. Allen, leslie C., and Timothy s. laniak. Ezra, Nehemiah,
and Esther. new International Bible Commentary. Peabody, MA: hendrickson,
2003. Aschkenasy, naomi. “language as Female empowerment in ruth.” In
Reading Ruth: Contemporary Women Reclaim a Sacred Story, edited by Judith A
. Kates and gail Twersky reimer. new York: Ballantine, 1994. Avot de Rabbi
Natan (The ...

Wrestling With God

Author: Steven T. Katz
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Since finishing his graduate studies, he has taught at Hebrew University, Ben
Gurion University of the Negev, and Humboldt University in Berlin. At present, he
is professor of modern Jewish thought and director of the Israel Rabbinic
Program at the Hebrew Union College, Jerusalem Center. He has published two
significant books: Engendering Judaism: An Inclusive Theology and Ethics (1998
), and more recently, a Hebrew study entitled Da'at Ma'amina (Reason out of
Faith; 2004), ...

Marriage And Its Obstacles In Jewish Law

Author: Walter Jacob
Publisher: Berghahn Books
ISBN: 9780929699103
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... a religion that is morally and spiritually uplifting to the Jews of modernity, one
that resonates with those whose world differs so profoundly from the world of the
Jewish past. Now the other, competing story, again roughly: I want to thank
Rachel Adler for allowing me to see a copy of her book Engendering Judaism: An
Inclusive Theology and Ethics (Philadelphia, 1998) and to cite it when it was still
in manuscript form. All the quotations in this paper, however, are from the printed

Encyclopedia Of Educational Theory And Philosophy

Author: D. C. Phillips
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But the category does include classical texts, such as The Book of Beliefs and
Opinions by Sa'adia Gaon (882–942) and The Guide for the Perplexed by Moses
Maimonides (1135–1204), and contemporary texts, such as Engendering
Judaism: An Inclusive Theology and Ethics by Rachel Adler (1943–) and Sacred
Attunement: A Jewish Theology by Michael Fishbane (1943–). When scholars
turn to texts such as these to excavate the ideas about Jewish education
embedded within ...

G Sharim

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A NEW UNIVERSE OF STORIES Engendering Judaism: An Inclusive Theology
and Ethics by Rachel Adler Jewish Publication Society, 1998 reviewed by Dawn
Robinson Rose Unquestionably a landmark book in the expanding canon of
Jewish feminist theology, Rachel Adler's Engendering Judaism offers a unique
approach to the ongoing problems of law, liturgy, and heterosexual relationships
in the context of a Judaism informed by feminism. This book is written explicitly for
those ...

Encyclopedia Of Love In World Religions

Author: Yudit Kornberg Greenberg
Publisher: Abc-clio
ISBN: 9781851099801
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Laura Levitt See also Divorce in Judaism; God as Mother; Marriage in Judaism;
Rabbinic Judaism; Song of Songs References and Further Reading Adler.
Rachel. 1998. Engendering Judaism: An Inclusive Theology and Ethics. Boston:
Beacon. Alpert, Rebecca. 1997. Like Bread on a Seder Plate: Jewish Lesbians
and the Transformation of Tradition. New York: Columbia University Press. Falk,
Marcia. 1996. The Book of Blessings. San Francisco: HarperCollins. Greenberg,
Blu. 1998.

The Cambridge History Of Jewish Philosophy

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Adler's Engendering Judaism: An Inclusive Theology and Ethics (1998) is an act
of reclamation. She defends a reli– gious pluralism that can still claim allegiance
from a wide constituency, even as she insists that her more open, flexible, and
contingent theology will support a coherent religious life. The task, Adler
suggests, is “to engender a Jewish tradition for modernity that would inform and
be informed by a diverse but unified communal praxis and an inclusive, pluralistic
communal ...