A Jewish Philosophy and Pattern of Life (Moreshet #9) (Hardcover)
This volume consists of seven sections, the first of which is devoted to an extensive presentation of the endowments of man. Drawing on the vast resources of the biblical-rabbinic tradition and of general philosophic and religious thought, it continues with comprehensive discussions which should prove helpful in formulating a personal philosophy and pattern of life constructively integrating one's Jewish, American, and human heritages. It deals with such questions as "Is life good?", "What does it mean to be an American?", "What are the options available to Jews?", "How does one experience the Jewish heritage intellecutally and emotionally?", "What theological and general concepts and what ethical values pervade the Jewish heritage?", "How are they concretized in the life of the individual and the community?", and "what are the problems that confront the Jewish heritage?