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Religious Zionism 4

Religious Zionism 4
History, Thought, Society
Edited by: Dov Schwartz

"Religious Zionism" is a collection of studies by the Zerah Warhaftig Institute for the Study of Religious Zionism, which deals with the history of religious Zionism, the philosophy of the religious Zionist movement, and the processes that the movement and the religious Zionist society has undergone since it was founded in 1902 and up until today.

This volume studies social and conceptual issues in the religious Zionist camp, including the renewal of the Sanhedrin following the national revival, the concept of war in religious Zionist thought and feminist, modern orthodox and educational issues in religious Zionism.

Danacode:   110-20289 ISBN:  978-965-226-589-0 Pages:   260 Weight:   630 gr Dimensions:  17X24 cm Publication Date:   02/2020

CONTENTS

Yoel Yehuda Lange All Hopes Come True – Really? 5

Dov Schwartz Outlines of the Concept of War in Religious Zionist Thought 43

Lea Wiesel & Meirav (Tubul) Kahana Religious Women’s Leadership in Communities: A Halachic and Feminist Examination and Analysis of Opposition 87

Ido Pachter Between Modern Orthodoxy and Religious Zionism 115

Dov Schwartz Trends in Religious Zionist Educational Ideologies in Rabbinic Literature during the Last Two Decades 153

FROM THE ARCHIVES OF THE DR. ZERAH WARHAFTIG INSTITUTE FOR THE RESEARCH ON RELIGIOUS ZIONISM

Amihai Radzyner Two More Letters from R. Joseph B. Soloveitchik to Yitzhak Goldshlag 219

Yossi Katz The Connection of the Chortkov Dynasty to Zionism 235

Dov Schwartz Kofer ha-Yishuv, Memorialization and Religious Zionism 241

On the Beginning of Kefar Ha-Roeh’s Yeshiva 249

Rabbi Ben Zion Uzziel on Mix Dancing in Be’nei Akiva 255

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