Inclusive Judaism: The Changing Face of an Ancient Faith

Jonathan Romain (Author) David Mitchell (Author)
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Jessica Kingsley Publishers
Publish Date
January 21, 2020
5.3 X 0.7 X 7.7 inches | 0.4 pounds
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About the Author

Jonathan Romain is a rabbi, writer and broadcaster. He is the author of several books including his most recent Confessions of a Rabbi, and a regular contributor to the Guardian, the Times and the Jewish Chronicle. He is based in Maidenhead, UK. David Mitchell is a rabbi at the West London Synagogue of British Jews. He is passionate about Jewish education, LGBT activism and teaching the Bible through a contemporary lens. He is based in London, UK.


This book celebrates the huge advances progressive Judaism has made in recent years - inclusive, tolerant, welcoming, accepting. For anyone who thought they were excluded from Judaism, or anyone who wants to know how religion can change in the face of facts and social changes, this book is a must read.--Baroness Rabbi Julia Neuberger
Religion has long struggled with inclusivity. This engaging work lays out what an inclusive Judaism looks like, and in doing so gets to the heart of some very basic issues of how theology is to be done in the twenty-first century. Even those who reach different conclusions will profit from the moral seriousness in this fascinating challenge.--The Reverent Canon Giles Fraser
All of the welcome changes within this book are about securing a Jewish future. I stand up as a ridiculously proud Jew. Our achievements are nothing short of dazzling. I hope this book will enlighten its readers as to how we can progress, adapt to the times, yet continue to remain so.--Maureen Lipman CBE