The Jews have ever been a people molded by the written word. It is no coincidence, therefore, that certain texts have come to play key roles in the continuum of Jewish discourse. Books of the People: Revisiting Classic Works of Jewish Thought presents ten foundational books written between the tenth and the twentieth centuries that have dramatically influenced the development of Jewish thought, examined by contemporary scholars of Jewish studies. Each scholar revisits a particularly salient work and discusses its themes, its historical context, the circumstances and background of its author, and its relevance to contemporary society.
Rynhold, Daniel. (2017). Rav Abraham Isaac Kook's Orot HaTeshuva: Repentance as cosmology. In : Books of the People: Revisiting Classic Works of Jewish Thought. Stuart Halper, (Ed.). Jerusalem: Maggid Books,
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