Eight Questions of Faith: Biblical Challenges That Guide and Ground Our Lives


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$19.95  $18.35
Jewish Publication Society
Publish Date
September 01, 2015
6.05 X 8.97 X 0.46 inches | 0.59 pounds

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About the Author

Niles Elliot Goldstein is the director of development at the Center for Interfaith Engagement and a lecturer at Loyola University Chicago. He is the award-winning author or editor of nine books, including Gonzo Judaism: A Bold Path for Renewing an Ancient Faith and God at the Edge: Searching for the Divine in Uncomfortable and Unexpected Places.


"The great value of this book is in the way the reader will take the author's experiences, personalize his questions, and move toward more meaningful choices in his or her own life."--Arnold D./DIV>--Arnold D. Samlan "Jewish Book Council "
"More than a study, Goldstein's book is a midlife meditation on the imperfections and ambiguities of human life and the chronicle of a very personal and often painful struggle to attain authenticity and wholeness."--Kristine Morris, Foreword Reviews--Kristine Morris"Foreword" (08/27/2015)
"Eight Questions of Faith provokes readers to examine the meaning of their own life."--Nira Wolfe, Association of Jewish Libraries--Nira Wolfe "Association of Jewish Libraries "
"A genuine contribution to contemporary explorations of the intersection of Judaism and real life issues that every person faces."--Peter Knobel, CCAR Journal--Peter Knobel "CCAR Journal "
"Here is a personal journey whose signposts are biblical tales and spiritual insights of the masters. Niles Goldstein asks ever-deepening questions, leaving the reader both uplifted and enlightened."--Rabbi David Wolpe, Sinai Temple, Los Angeles, and author of Why Faith Matters -- (03/04/2015)
"Weaving insights from personal experience with philosophical perspective and religious wisdom, Niles Goldstein has provided a thoughtful, provocative, and accessible context in which readers can find their own way toward inner growth."--Rev. Dirk Ficca, former executive director of the Council for a Parliament of the World's Religions -- (03/04/2015)