The Jewish Prison: A Rebellious Meditation on the State of Judaism
In a provocative personal inquiry, the author posits a challenging idea: By considering themselves God's "chosen people," the Jews have imprisoned themselves. Attempting to upend his own assumptions and those of the reader, Daniel provides an adventurous testimony closely rooted in current events and in an exploration of his own Jewishness. THE JEWISH PRISON carefully considers Israel, both as a state and as an idea, and its influence upon the worldwide Jewish community. It examines anti-Semitism, both historically and in the present day. And it rigorously questions, throughout, the role of religion in modern morality.
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