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The Modern Renewal Of Jewish Homiletics And The Occurrence Of Interfaith Preaching

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Taking the interfaith preaching event of 1867 as a point of reference, this chapter retraces the under-researched project of modernity from the Jewish point of view, in order to see how it was first elaborated, how it grew and developed in both its discursive and practical dimensions; accordingly, the chapter examines the first Jewish sermon of interfaith exchange by exploring the 19th-century revolutionary progress of a modernized Jewish preaching. The author's methodology privileges a comparative approach, taking into consideration the many strains of homiletics present in the religious discourse of 19th-century American Jews.

Keywords: interfaith preaching; Jewish homiletics; modernity



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