The Liberating Path of the Hebrew Prophets
By: Nahum Ward-Lev
“Offers crucial inspiration for those of us who intuit that the only way forward at this fraught moment in human history must originate in mutual relationship and yes, love. This experience of interconnectedness, which was the clarion call of the Hebrew prophets, began at the beginning, blossomed into new beauty with the Exodus story and continues right to this day.. . . . To situate ourselves in the chain of that tradition is thrilling.”--Rabbi Lisa Goldstein, in CCAR Journal: The Reformed Jewish Quarterly
In clarifying practices for the liberation journey, prioritizing reciprocal relationships, engaging in dialogue, exercising social and artistic imagination, and nurturing a love ethic in public life, his book empowers readers of all faiths and backgrounds to see through a prophetic lens and engage in prophetic action.
Rabbi Nahum Ward-Lev received a Doctor of Divinity degree from Hebrew Union College in Los Angeles. For the past twenty years he has served as a rabbi and scholar in residence at Temple Beth Shalom in Santa Fe, NM. He has lectured and delivered retreats throughout the U.S.
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