Will Gather Me

Souls On Fire

11/27/1998
Jewish Week Book Critic

The road less traveled is getting crowded. Not only are large numbers of Jews embarking on spiritual journeys, but many are writing about them, in full candor. The inner adventure story might be the Jewish book of the moment.

While bookstores are overflowing with memoirs of every stripe — the musings of people from all backgrounds, reflecting on remarkable families, abuse and dysfunction, divorce, relationships — Jewish writers seem to be revealing the details of their spiritual lives: The relationship frequently examined is that with God.

Abraham, The Man

06/19/2003
Staff Writer
Revered by three major faiths as the first man to recognize and worship one God, the prophet Abraham remains an enigmatic historic figure, painted in few-but-broad strokes in the Torah, described in hagiographic terms in subsequent depictions.
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