The Great, Mighty, and Awesome God isn't What God Used to be

Yitz Greenberg

One of Rabbi Yitz Greenberg’s key contributions to Jewish thought is his framework of the "three eras of Jewish history,” which traces how Judaism has fundamentally shifted and adapted over time. Explores how notions of God, covenant, and responsibility have been transformed throughout Jewish history—but also ways in which they remained stable and contiguous.

The Great, Mighty, and Awesome God isn't What God Used to be
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