Summa Contra Gentiles, Book 2: Book Two: Creation (v. 2)

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All these sources are, for Schweid, "Torah," and Judaism is, in one word, Torah. Most of the audience on that occasion laughed at Paul and his novel doctrines. D. in History and Civilization from the European University Institute in Florence, he also taught a variety of History and Humanities courses for the study abroad programs of New York University and Florida State University. No holds are barred in Rotenstreich's thought, and classical Zionism is forced to grapple both with the traditional Jewish past and the difficult Jewish present.

Pages: 352

Publisher: University of Notre Dame Press (March 31, 1976)

ISBN: 0268016798

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