God in the Teachings of Conservative Judaism.
New York: The Rabbinical Assembly, 1985. Hardbound. Octavo, grey cloth with gold lettering, xii, 278 pp. Very Good. Item #33046
Preface by Gertel. Introduction by Siegel. Articles are "The Idea of God," Jacob B. Agus, "How Shall Modern Man Think About God?" Ben Zion Bokser, "Two Ways to Approach God," Elliot N. Dorff, "Percieving God's Providence," Gertel, "Evil in God's World," Robert Gordis, "God and Man," Simon Greenberg, "On Proving God's Existence," Monford Harris, "The 'God-Idea' and the Living God," Will Herberg, "The Divine Pathos," Abraham J. Heschel, "Faith and Trust," Louis Jacobs, "How man comes to Know God," Mordecai M. Kaplan, "God as the Whole," Jacob Kohn, "The Development of the God-Idea," Israel H. Levinthal, "God and the World: A Jewsh View," Yochanan Muffs, "Are Philosophical Proofs of the Existence of God Theologically Meaningful<' David Novak, "The Concept of God in Jewish Education," Fritz A. Rothschild, "The Symbols of Judaism and the Death of God," Richard L. Rubinstein, "From God to Godliness: Proposal for a Predicate Theology," Harold M. Schulweis, "Theological Reflections on the Destruction of European Jewry," Seigel, "The Common Sense of Religious Faith," Milton Steinberg.