Harry Frischer and Carl Mankowitz
What does religion, and Judaism in particular, have to offer modern, rational adults? Three American Jewish thinkers—Mordecai Kaplan, Eugene Borowitz, and Arthur Green—have some fascinating answers. Each of these theologians developed an interpretation of Judaism from very different perspectives: cultural Judaism, the individual seeker, and the undeniable yet intangible force we feel active in our lives. This program provides an interesting and accessible introduction to these schools of modern thought on Reform Judaism.