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This bibliography contains a list of reference articles and books with relevant to the discussion of David Novak. 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. As a self-described "Jewish philosophical theologian" and as a publicly engaged Jewish thinker, he seeks to find the ways that the richness of the Jewish tradition can respond to a larger set of pressing social issues. Perhaps not surprisingly his ideas have resonated with religious thinkers within the other Western religious traditions, all of whom share Judaism's central teachings of creation, revelation, and redemption.

Keywords: David Novak; Jewish tradition; traditional Judaism



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