Jewish Religiosity (1923)

  • Asher D. Biemann


Jewish religiosity is not, as many people think, a matter of an admittedly special dignity but an otherwise negligible moment for the so-called “solution of the Jewish question.” It is, rather, now as always, the only matter of unconditional moment for Judaism—motive power of its fate, guidepost to its destiny, a force whose upsurging blaze would restore it to new life and whose total extinction would deliver it to death. Renewal of Judaism means in reality renewal of Jewish religiosity….


Jewish People Jewish Question Jewish Religion Unconditional Moment Sacrificial Offering 
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    Cf. Martin Buber: Tales of the Hasidim: The Early Masters (New York: Schocken, 1947), p. 48 (N. Glatzer).Google Scholar

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