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  Volume 12, Number 2, Winter 2006 (New Series)

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From: Jewish Social Studies

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Special Issue: Mordecia Kaplan's Judaism as a Civilization: The Lehacy of an American Idea

Guest Editor: Arnold Eisen and Noam Pianko

Mordecai Kaplan's Judaism as a Civilization at 70: Setting the Stage for Reappraisal

pp. 1-16

Three Minds, Three Books, Three Years: Reinhold Niebuhr, Perry Miller, and Mordecai Kaplan on Religion

pp. 17-29

On Reading Ahad Ha'am as Mordecai Kaplan Read Him

pp. 30-38

Reconstructing Judaism, Reconstructing America: The Sources and Functions of Mordecai Kaplan's "Civilization"

pp. 39-55

Making American Civilization Jewish: Mordecai Kaplan's Civil Religion

pp. 56-63

The Missing Link: The State in Mordecai Kaplan's Vision of Jewish History

pp. 64-72

Beyond Supernaturalism: Mordecai Kaplan and the Turn to Religious Naturalism

pp. 73-87

Mordecai Kaplan as Hermeneut: History, Memory, and His God-Idea

pp. 88-98

Mordecai Kaplan and Ralph Waldo Emerson: A Theology of the Individual

pp. 99-114

Mordecai Kaplan's Theology and the Problem of Evil

pp. 115-126

Seventy Years After Judaism as a Civilization: Mordecai Kaplan's Theology and the Reconstructionist Movement

pp. 127-142

Functional Interpretation and Biblical Theology: Reflections on Judaism as a Civilization in Relation to Scriptural Hermeneutics

pp. 143-157

America, Mordecai Kaplan, and the Postwar Jewish Youth Revolt

pp. 158-171

Judaism as a Gendered Civilization: The Legacy of Mordecai Kaplan's Magnum Opus

pp. 172-186



pp. 187-189

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