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Edited by Nahum N. Glatzer
With a new Foreword by Rodger Kamenetz
 
“The question I put before you, as well as before myself, is the question of the meaning of Judaism for the Jews. Why do we call ourselves Jews? I want to speak to you not of an abstraction but of your own life . . . its authenticity and essence.” With these words, Martin Buber takes us on a journey into the heart of Judaism—its spirit, vision, and relevance to modern life.
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Edited by Nahum N. Glatzer
With a new Foreword by Rodger Kamenetz
 
“The question I put before you, as well as before myself, is the question of the meaning of Judaism for the Jews. Why do we call ourselves Jews? I want to speak to you not of an abstraction but of your own life . . . its authenticity and essence.” With these words, Martin Buber takes us on a journey into the heart of Judaism—its spirit, vision, and relevance to modern life.
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eBook (272 pages)
Published: June 19, 2013
Publisher: Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group
Imprint: Schocken
ISBN: 9780307834089
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