A classic of modern Jewish theology that is essential for all faiths. Heschel believed that no religious group had a monolopy on religious truth and this is his great statement on the nature of religious faith. Discussing how man seeks God's presence, Heschel examines how the Jews are a chosen people and the idea of the prophet. In these ideas Heschel discovers the true relationship between God and His people, and defines how religious thought becomes faith.
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"It speaks to all those for whom the Bible is a holy book." --'Time'
"One of the most compelling books about being human that has been written." --'Boston Globe'
Abraham Joshua Heschel is considered the greatest theologian of the tewntieth-century, as well as being one of the most significant leaders in the USA. he played an important role in the US Civil Rights Movement, as well as being the Jewish representative to vatical Council II. Born in 1907 in Warsaw.
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