Religion in the Secular World: Notes on Martin Buber and Radical Theology

By Joseph Reimer

Response, Fall 1968

The meaning and challenge of secular life are explored by Reimer in his discussion of the death of God theology. In focusing on Martin Buber's recognition of the eclipse of God, Reimer seeks', to embrace Buber's solution: that of hallowing the everyday. The religious community, he concludes, should be an oasis in the secular world, where significant and meaningful relationships occur.

Topic: Theology, Literature, Modernity, Jewish Thought, Secularism

Name of Publication: Response: A Contemporary Jewish Review

Editor: Mintz, Alan

Volume/Issue: Vol.2/Iss.2

Page Number(s): 3-9

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Genre: Article

Coverage: United States

Language: English

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Reimer, Joseph. Religion in the Secular World: Notes on Martin Buber and Radical Theology. Response: A Contemporary Jewish Review. Response. Fall 1968: 3-9. http://www.bjpa.org/Publications/details.cfm?PublicationID=14382


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