Jewish Priorities (2023)
Sixty-Five Proposals for the Future of Our People
An unprecedented, large-scale collection of timely and provocative essays from a wide range of Jewish thought leaders that aims to start a global conversation among Jews about their future as a people.
Imagine having the whole Jewish people over for dinner. In this magesterial collection, more than 60 writers from across the Jewish world lay out their vision. Publishers Weekly called it "a mind-expanding look at how Judaism can survive and thrive in the 21st century."
The Ten Commandments (2010)
How Our Most Ancient Moral Text Can Renew Modern Life
Part memoir, part scholarship, part manifesto for a vital approach to life, The Ten Commandments tackles some of the most painful human questions that stand at the heart of who we are as modern, thinking people and gives new meaning to one of our most enduring traditions. (Scribner)
New Essays on Zionism (2007)
Eds., David Hazony, Yoram Hazony, Michael B. Oren
A selection of articles addressing those fundamental questions that define the agenda for the Jewish state in the 21st century. Among the authors one can find key figures in the Israeli public dialogue, such as Ruth Gavison, Yoram Hazony, Michael Oren, Amnon Rubinstein, and Natan Sharansky.
God, Man and History (2004)
Eliezer Berkovits, ed. David Hazony
The pivotal work of Berkovits's writings, God, Man and History examines the underpinnings of Judaism as a whole, from theology to law to the meaning of Jewish peoplehood.