Jewish Approach to God by Neil Gillman
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Jewish Approach to God
By Neil Gillman

The Jewish Approach to God

A Brief Introduction for Christians

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Jewish Approach to God by Neil Gillman

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In Jewish Scripture-Christianity's foundation-God's presence is everywhere: in nature in history and in the range of human experience. Yet the Torah Maimonides and 4000 years of Jewish tradition all agree on one thing: that God is beyond any form of human comprehension. How then can Judaism be so crowded with descriptions and images of God? And what can they mean to the ways Christians understand their own faith? In this special book Rabbi Neil Gillman guides you through these questions and the countless different ways the Jewish people have related to God how each originated and what each may mean for you. Whether you are Christian Muslim or even Jewish this nuts-and-bolts introduction will both answer your questions-and stimulate new ones. A theologian who writes as a great teacher Gillman addresses the key concepts at the heart of Judaism's approach to God. From Ein Sof (Infinity) to Shekhinah (Presence) Gillman helps you understand what the search for knowing God itself says about Jewish tradition and how you can use the fundamentals of Judaism to strengthen explore and deepen your own spiritual foundations.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9781580231909
ISBN-10: 158023190X
Format: Paperback
(216mm x 140mm x 19mm)
Pages: 192
Imprint: Jewish Lights Publishing
Publisher: Jewish Lights Publishing
Publish Date: 27-Feb-2004
Country of Publication: United States

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