Eliezer Schweid on the Religious Dimension of a Secular Jewish Renewal

@article{Ackerman2010EliezerSO,
  title={Eliezer Schweid on the Religious Dimension of a Secular Jewish Renewal},
  author={A. Ackerman},
  journal={Modern Judaism},
  year={2010},
  volume={30},
  pages={209 - 228}
}
One of the most significant cultural trends in Israeli society is the resurgence of interest in Jewish texts among circles of secular Jews. The return of secular Jews to the Jewish bookshelf began in the mid-1970s as part of the cultural reconfiguration that followed the Yom Kippur War. It has accelerated, however, in the last fifteen years, particularly since the assassination of Yitzhak Rabin, producing numerous initiatives and institutions involving joint secular–religious study of Jewish… Expand
1 Citations

References

SHOWING 1-9 OF 9 REFERENCES
On Jewish Learning
From Beit Midrash to Beit Tefillah: Cultural-Religious Developments in the Secular Arena in Israel,’
  • Social Topics in Israel,
  • 2008
Grappling of Halakhah with Challenges of the Modern Era Outside of the Framework of the State,’
  • In the Ways of Peace: Studies in Jewish Thought Dedicated to Shalom Rosenberg, (ed.) Benni Ish-Shalom (Jerusalem,
  • 2007
God, Man and Nature in the Teachings of Martin Buber,’
  • Daat, Vols
  • 2006
Schweid discusses faith extensively in two of his earlier works: ‘‘What Is Faith?’
  • The Faith and Culture of the Jewish People (Jerusalem,
  • 1976
Israel at the Crossroads