Commitment & Controversy Living in Two Worlds

Volume 4

by Jeremy Rosen


Formats

Softcover
£12.95
Hardcover
£22.95
Softcover
£12.95

Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 9/16/2021

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 228
ISBN : 9781664193420
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 228
ISBN : 9781664193437

About the Book

Can one reconcile a scientific, intellectual, cultural world view with a commitment to a religious way of life? Jeremy Rosen believes you can and should combine them. His goal is to educate, to present different perspectives and arguments, in the hope that his readers will be encouraged to think for themselves and choose a way of life that suits their personalities, their histories and their priorities. No two people are identical, either mentally or physically, so that choice is essential to fulfil one’s aspirations and maintain one’s integrity. This is my fourth collection of blogs and essays covering 2019 through 2021. It deals with Jewish religious and political issues, Bible, festivals, culture and ideas, and anti-Judaism. These pieces are designed to instruct and entertain without being too heavy or technical. And I am always delighted to get feedback.


About the Author

Jeremy Rosen is an orthodox rabbi, educator and academic. He was born in Manchester, the eldest son of Rabbi. Dr. Kopul and Bella Rosen. He graduated in Philosophy from Cambridge University England, and from in rabbinics from Mir Yeshivah Jerusalem. He has been the rabbi of communities in Zimbabwe, Scotland, London, and New York. He was the Principal of Carmel College in the UK and Professor of Comparative Religion at the F.V.G in Belgium. He writes and lectures on Jewish, cultural, and political issues. He can be contacted at jeremy@jeremyrosen.com