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Tree of Life, Tree of Knowledge: Conversations with the Torah (Radical… (edition 2001)

by Michael Rosenak

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Title:Tree of Life, Tree of Knowledge: Conversations with the Torah (Radical Traditions)
Authors:Michael Rosenak
Info:Westview Press Inc (2001), Hardcover, 400 pages
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Tree of Life, Tree of Knowledge: Conversations with the Torah by Michael Rosenak

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Michael Rosenak's Tree of Life, Tree of Knowledge opens a lively conversation with the stories and laws of the Torah. "What is worth knowing? Conversely, what is a waste of time, or corrosive of character, or simply useless?" Also, "How do we know which goods are worthwhile and which are trivial or harmful? On what grounds do we distinguish between the true and the insignificant or false?" Rosenak views education as a lifelong process, in which individuals journey through various "avenue[s] of educational initiation and encounter." These include parents' teachings, the Jewish communities' teachings from the Torah and relationship with the outside world, and a final stage of "self-education," in which adults, using the language and literature given them by their parents, their community, and the world, make their own choices about how to live. In detailed, learned explorations of each aspect of this educational process, Rosenak teaches readers to look for the common roots of the Torah's restrictive revelation of commandment and prohibition, and its revelation of "creativity, harmony, and the absence of boundaries." --Michael Joseph Gross

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