Radical Judaism: Rethinking God & Tradition
by Arthur Green
Sunday, December 8th - 9:30 AM
A discussion with Rabbi Broitman on the cutting edge of Jewish theology and philosophy.
How do we articulate a religious vision that embraces evolution? Is faith possible if we accept the human authorship of Scripture? In this highly unconventional theology, pathbreaking Jewish scholar Arthur Green, neither theist nor atheist, draws on the language of Kabbalah and Hasidism to argue that a neomystical perspective can help us to reframe these questions, so that our world may yet be viewed as a dwelling place of the sacred. In doing so, he rethinks what we mean by God, the origins and meaning of existence, human nature, and revelation to construct a new Judaism for the twenty-first century.