by Franz Rosenzweig
translated by Barbara E. Galli
foreword by Michael Oppenheim
introduction by Elliot R. Wolfson
University of Wisconsin Press, 2005
Cloth: 978-0-299-20720-5 | Paper: 978-0-299-20724-3 | eISBN: 978-0-299-20723-6
Library of Congress Classification BM565.R613 2005
Dewey Decimal Classification 296.3


    The Star of Redemption is essential reading for anyone interested in understanding religion and philosophy in the twentieth century.  Fusing philosophy and theology, the book assigns both Judaism and Christianity distinct but equally important roles in the spiritual structure of the world. Franz Rosenzweig finds in both biblical religions approaches to a comprehension of reality. 
    The major themes and motifs of The Star—the birth, life, death, and the immortality of the soul;  Eastern philosophies and Jewish mysticism; the relationship between God, world and humanity over time; and revelation as the real biblical miracle of faith and path to redemption—resonate meaningfully.

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