The Challenge Facing Modern Jewish Scholarship

Robert Gordis



[ . . . ] Moreover, the ideal of Torah as an end in itself was never felt to be in opposition to the ideal of Torat hayyim—“the Torah as a gateway to life.” Whatever the logician might argue, Jewish life held fast to both ideals—understanding the world and man’s place in it, without fear or favor, went hand in hand with the continual effort to…

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