Seeking Redemption in an Unredeemed World, Essays on Jewish Spirituality

by Russell • February 28, 2019


We would like to congratulate Rabbi Howard Addison on the publication of a collection of essays in Jewish Spirituality for which he served as editor.  Seeking Redemption in an Unredeemed World, features 10 essays in Jewish Spirituality spanning theology, spiritual practice and guidance, social justice, dream work and the arts.  This collection of essays offers diverse perspectives on how redemption might be glimpsed through the fissures of our all-too-fractured world.   Ordained as a rabbi in 1976, Dr. Addison, Gershom Scholem Professor of Jewish Spirituality and Director of the Jewish Spirituality Program at the GTF, serves as Associate Professor for Instruction at Temple University.   Avruhm is the author of The Ennegram and Kabbalah: Reading Your Soul; Show Me Your Way; The Complete Guide to Exploring Interfaith Spiritual DirectionCast in God’s Image and is the co-editor of Jewish Spiritual Direction.

Seeking Redemption in an Unredeemed World is available as an e-book through Amazon and the hardcopy can be pre-ordered at this link.
With contributions by:
Barbara Eve Breitman, D.Min.
Charlotte Sutker, D.Min.
Elyssa Wortzman, D.Min.
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