The Chosen People?: Two Perspectives

By Deborah Waxman, Nancy Fuchs-Kreimer

Zeek, January 31, 2012

Two Reconstructionist rabbis discuss the concept of Jews as the Chosen People. Rabbi Waxman rejects chosenness entirely, in favor of distinctiveness. Rabbi Fuchs-Kreimer draws on interfaith encounters with Christians and Muslims to suggest that some kind of concept of chosenness can be reconstructed.

Topic: Theology, Peoplehood, Faith, Reconstructionist Judaism, Belief, Religion

Name of Publication: Zeek: A Journal of Jewish Thought and Culture

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Language: English

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Waxman, Deborah. Fuchs-Kreimer, Nancy. The Chosen People?: Two Perspectives. Zeek: A Journal of Jewish Thought and Culture. Zeek. 31 January 2012: http://www.bjpa.org/Publications/details.cfm?PublicationID=14224


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