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Judaism in a Secular Age Paperback – June 1, 1995
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From Baruch Spinoza to Yehuda Bauer, there has existed a secular Judaism that has developed apart from and alongside religious Judaism. This excellent anthology traces the development of secular Judaism by collecting writings from the seminal thinkers involved in the various stages of this development. For example, Theodor Herzl, the founder of Zionism, and Mordecai Kaplan, the founder of the Reconstructionism movement, are featured as seminal forces in the early years of secular Judaism. This rich collection also gathers voices as diverse as Sholem Aleichem, Hannah Arendt, and Isaiah Berlin. An important addition to Judaica collections in all public libraries.
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About the Author
Contributors to Judaism in a Secular Age represent the precursors, pathbreakers and founders of modern Secular Humanistic Judaism.