Theological Essays by Dr. Julian Ungar-Sargon.
Letter Mysticism in the Me'Or Eynayim
Torah as Weapon in Fighting Evil: Antidote or Spice?
Revelation and Coercion: The Maharal's Radical Metaphor of Rape
The Lazy Artisan: Mirroring The Divine
Creation and Disappointment
The King and the Lazy Artisan
The Primordial Mashal as Key to Unlock the Torah and the Self
The Soul of Conception
The Two Types of Discursive Study of Torah
The Four Humors and Avoda She’beGashmiut in the Apter Rov
Mourning and the License to Interpet Torah
Becoming Israel: A Dialectical Path
Fallen Angels: Remythologizing and Recovery
Pulling the Wool Over The Eyes: Abimelech’s Paradoxical Gift
The Poetry of Paradoxical Faith, Aaron Zeitlin
The Two Torahs-Deut. 17:18-20
Schechina Consciousness II
Thoughts From Jerusalem
"Manna from heaven" and the Taste of God
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