"Challenging our conventional ideas, he forces us to reconsider our assumptions regarding Jewish identity and politics." --Susannah Heschel, Eli Black Chair in Jewish Studies, Dartmouth College and author of Abraham Geiger and the Jewish Jesus
"We will all be the poorer if Ellis' voice is not heeded, but how wonderfully enriched if it is." --Archbishop Desmond Tutu, winner of the Nobel Peace Prize and author of God Has a Dream
"A vigorous and important work, passionate for justice, rooted in a strong love for his people." --Gustavo Gutierrez, author of A Theology of Liberation
About the Author
Marc H. Ellis (Ph.D. Marquette) is University Professor of American and Jewish Studies and Director of the Center for American and Jewish Studies, Baylor University. Ellis is the author or editor of more than twenty books, including Practicing Exile (2003); and, with Baylor University Press, A Year at the Catholic Worker (2000) and Revolutionary Forgiveness (2000).