At the Dawn of a New Century

  • Alan Brill


My view of a theology of other religions, as presented in prior chapters, is that the discussion cannot go forward without a sound grounding in the past texts and engagement with past theological rubrics.


Jewish Community Moral Study Jewish People Jewish Life Jewish History 
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