Download PDF by Shaul Magid: American Post-Judaism: Identity and Renewal in a Postethnic

By Shaul Magid

ISBN-10: 0253008026

ISBN-13: 9780253008022

How do American Jews determine as either Jewish and American? American Post-Judaism argues that Zionism and the Holocaust, anchors of up to date American Jewish id, will now not be facilities of id formation for destiny generations of yankee Jews. Shaul Magid articulates a brand new, post-ethnic American Jewishness. He discusses pragmatism and spirituality, monotheism and post-monotheism, Jesus, Jewish legislation, sainthood and self-realization, and the that means of the Holocaust if you have by no means recognized survivors. Magid offers Jewish Renewal as a stream that takes this radical cultural transition heavily in its strivings for a brand new period in Jewish suggestion and practice.

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