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This front matter section of the book David Novak: Natural Law and Revealed Torah contains the table of contents and editors' introduction to series. David Novak's many works revolve around the intersection of traditional Judaism and the modern world. A central theme that weaves throughout his wide-ranging corpus is how can religious Jews simultaneously exist within the liberal and democratic nation-state yet remain separate from its tradition of secularism. This dialectic of within yet apart has led Novak to reflect upon the place of the non-Jew within Judaism and to develop a Jewish political theology informed by modern demands and traditional sources.

Keywords: David Novak; Jewish political theology; Natural Law; traditional Judaism



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