Drawing on the vast resources of the biblical-rabbinic tradition and of general philosophic and religious thought, the volume continues
with comprehensive discussions
which should prove helpful in formulating
a personal philosophy when trying to integrate one's Jewish, American, and human heritages.
This book explores the impact of adult Jewish learning on individual Jewish learners. Focusing first on the experiences of one established adult Jewish learning program, it also moves to a larger discussion about adult Jewish literacy and adult Jewish growth.
These six elegant and beautifully written essays remind the reader of the power of ideas and the great depth of Michael Rosenak's thinking. Investigating key themes of his long and distinguished career as teacher, scholar, mentor and philosopher, Rosenak touches upon some of the core issues of contemporary Jewish life and teases out the implications for education in our time. As always, he asks the most interesting questions and guides his readers along a path of understanding and exploration.