A Jewish Critique of the Philosophy of Martin Buber
Religious and philosophical critique of 20th-century existentialist philosopher Buber, focusing on his view of divine revelation.
Between Yesterday and Tomorrow
Collection of sermons that Berkovitz delivered to his congregation in England over the course of World War II.
Conversion "According to Halakhah"; What Is It
Argument for Jewish unity as a critical variable in deciding how to formulate Orthodox conversion policy.
Crisis and Faith
Discussions about Jewish fortitude and survival in light of the crises that faced the Jewish people in the mid-20th century.
Judaism; Fossil or Ferment
Response to 20th-century British historian Arnold Toynbee's dismissal of Judaism and Jewry.
Major Themes in Modern Philosophies of Judaism
Analysis and critique of thinkers like Martin Buber, Franz Rosenzweig, Abraham Joshua Heschel, and Mordecai Kaplan.
Man and God
Investigation of God and God’s attributes through a deep reading of the Bible.
The Scientific and the Religious World View
Scientific and religious approaches to knowledge and meaning grounded in the philosophy of Immanuel Kant.
About Eliezer BerkovitsRabbi Eliezer Berkovits was a 20th-century theologian, educator, and pulpit rabbi in Germany, England, Australia, and the United States, and is considered one of the most important Orthodox Jewish philosophers of the century. His writings deal with basic issues of faith, the Holocaust, spirituality, law, and the dialogue between religion and modernity.
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