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God I Believe in
Rabbi Haberman invited 14 leading figures in Jewish life, including novelists Cynthia Ozick and Chaim Potok, philosophers Emil Fackenheim and Yeshayhu Leibowitz, editor Norman Podhoreyz, scientists Arno Penzias and Philip Leder, rabbis Rachel Cowan and Louis Jacobs, and others equally well known, to engage in wide-ranging discussions about God.
Hardcover, 263 pages
Published March 21st 1994 by Free Press
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This book is fascinating! I have just finished reading it and now will go back over it to extract Joshua Haberman's questions as a way of doing my own reflection for the Jewish New Year. He has selected 14 really diverse thinkers: scientists, novelists, rabbis, agnostics and by the careful interviews allows you to see them in a new light and to also ksee yuour own struggles with these questions.I am delighted I read this book.