“…there is no comparable volume offering such a comprehensive, authoritative and intelligible discussion of the problem… a remarkable effort to offer a fresh approach.”

—Paul Mendes-Flohr, Professor of Philosophy, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Editor, Contemporary Jewish Religious Thought


“…an original and unified metaphysics…”

—Louis Dupre, Professor of Religious Studies, Yale University


“…a major work in the Philosophy of Religion…..”

—Canon William Johnson, Professor of Philosophy, Brandeis University


“…a major contribution to the Jewish conversations through the ages.”

—Dr. Norman Lamm, President, Yeshiva University


“… an impressive attempt to focus intellectually on the Holocaust without diminishing the primal outcry of pain.”

—Rabbi Nahum Rabinovitch, Rosh Yeshiva Birkat Moshe, Israel, Former Dean, Jews College, London


“a new synthesis…a fascinating contribution to the philosophy of religion which merits the attention of Christians and Jews alike.”

—John J. Collins, Professor of Theology, University of Notre Dame Editor, Journal of Biblical Literature


“…. a bold attempt to formulate an ingenious theory…”

—Rabbi Walter S. Wurzburger, Professor of Philosophy, Yeshiva University, Editor, Tradition


“All who read this book will find much instruction, insight, and material for reflection… touching and inspiring…”

—Rabbi Irving Greenberg, President, The National Jewish Center for Learning and Scholarship (CLAL)


“A major work…a great intellectual and spiritual effort”

—Joseph Dan, Professor of Kabbalah, Hebrew University


“a masterpiece for our times”

—Prof. Benjamin Blech, Yeshiva University

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