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Religious Studies Review
“Novak adds his distinctive Jewish perspective into the postliberal theological and philosophical conversation.”
 
First Things
“Jews and Christians can learn how to be theologians by reading David Novak.”
 
Jewish Book World
“This complex scholarly collection of essays written by Novak over more than three decades is as much a tribute to the genius that Novak brings from the secular philosophical world and the Jewish scholarship field as it is an overview of his perspectives on a variety of issues.”

About the Author

Randi L. Rashkover is associate professor of religiousstudies and director of the Judaic Studies Program atGeorge Mason University. She is the author ofRevelation and Theopolitics: Barth, Rosenzweig, and thePolitics of Praise and Freedom and Law: A Jewish-,Christian Apologetics.


Martin Kavka is associate professor of religious studies atFlorida State University. He is the author of JewishMessianism and the History of Philosophy.
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