Professor Leonard Swidler, author of more than 100 books has explored important questions with many other professors across the world. Now, with his 15-year old granddaughter, Will, he explores deep human issues, not with heavy language, but with thoughts and words from an experienced grandpa to his open-eyed, open-hearted granddaughter.
Welcome back to Book 5 in the Letters to Will Series!
Considering the status of Palestinian women in those days, Jesus, or Rabbi Yeshua, his given Hebrew name, broke all the rules, much to the dismay of the leaders around him. Find out how Rabbi Yeshua, through his “bold and risky actions”, models the behavior of a true feminist!
Professor Swidler is a global theologian who has pioneered and contributed to the field of interfaith dialogue for more than 50 years. He is a professor of religion at Temple University since 1966 and is the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Ecumenical Studies and the founder of the Dialogue Institute. The Dialogue Decalogue, his proposed interfaith dialogue has been translated into many languages and is described as the most convincing theoretical basis for conducting Dialogue.