Table of contents for Modern Judaism : an Oxford guide / edited by Nicholas de Lange [and] Miri Freud-Kandel.

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List of contributors x
 General introduction The editors 
 1 Demographic issues Uzi Rebhun 
Historical issues 
 2 Enlightenment and emancipation Lois C. Dubin 
 3 Persecution Robert Jan van Pelt 
 4 A national home Emanuele Ottolenghi 
 5 Post-Zionism Emanuele Ottolenghi 
Issues of religion and modernity 
 6 Modernist movements Miri Freud-Kandel 
 7 Traditionalist strands Eliezer Don-Yehiya 
 8 Humanistic and secular Judaisms Yaakov Malkin 
 9 Jewish renewal George R. Wilkes 
Local issues 
10 American Jewry Chaim I. Waxman 
11 Israeli Jewry Eran Kaplan 
12 French Jewry Paula E. Hyman 
13 British Jewry Miri Freud-Kandel 
14 Jewry in the former Soviet Union John Klier 
Social issues 
15 Social issues: survey Harvey E. Goldberg 
16 Jewish identities Ezra Kopelowitz 
17 Fundamentalism Nurit Stadler 
Religious issues 
18 Prayer and worship Ruth Langer 
19 The authority of texts Nicholas de Lange 
20 The future of Jewish practice Jeremy Wanderer 
Theological issues 
21 Theological issues: survey Norbert M. Samuelson 
22 Revelation David Novak 
23 Covenant Peter Ochs 
Philosophical issues 
24 Philosophical issues: survey Kenneth Seeskin 
25 The problems of evil Daniel Rynhold 
26 Jewish ethics in a modern world Michael Zank 
Halakhic issues 
27 Halakhic issues: survey Jonathan Cohen 
28 Halakhah and Israel Daniel Sinclair 
29 Contemporary issues in halakhah Steven H. Resnicoff 
Gender issues 
30 Gender issues: survey Susannah Heschel 
31 The changing role of the woman Judith R. Baskin 
32 Sexuality Mark Solomon 
Judaism and the other 
33 As others see Jews Elliott Horowitz 
34 Jewish–Christian relations Margie Tolstoy 
35 Jewish–Muslim relations Reuven Firestone 
Index 451

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