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Practicing Exile

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As a post-Holocaust Jewish thinker, Marc Ellis inhabits the land between homes that we call exile. In this intensely personal work he explores how the religious landscape looks from the perspective of an exile-and how religious searching continually leads away from the domestic comforts of received Jewish and Christian platitudes and into new struggles for religious authen

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Published January 3rd 2002 by Augsburg Fortress, Publishers (first published 2001)
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