Rosenzweig was a pioneer in the recovery of Jewish theological thought in the twentieth century, a great partner of Eugen Rosenstock-Huessy, and perhaps the most innovative Jewish thinker in decades. His Star of Redemption is regularly treated as a classic, and deservedly so.”
While not claiming final truth, the chapters of Star of Redemption provide a balanced approach, asking questions of origins, religious and historic traditions, and the influence of Jewish and non-Jewish traditions on one another. As such, the volume has contributed enormously to the direction of contemporary ecumenical dialogues.” Religious Studies Review
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