“The Learning of the Jews”: What Latter-day Saints Can Learn from Jewish Religious Experience
edited by Trevan Hatch and Leonard J. Greenspoon
Many Latter-day Saints seem to have approached their faith and their Scriptures from a conservative Protestant perspective; however, what would the Latter-day Saint religious experience look like if they approached it from a Jewish perspective? This book is about Latter-day Saints learning from Jews and the Jewish experience by bringing together sixteen scholars, eight Jewish and eight Latter-day Saint, with a combined academic experience of over four hundred years. Topics include: scripture, authority, prayer, women and modernity, remembrance, particularity, humor, and chosenness.
ISBN: 978-1-58958-499-0 (paperback)