16 February 1917 Rosenzweig completes Star of Redemption

One of the most significant books for Jewish-Christian relations is Franz Rosenweig’s Star of Redemption, and it is appropriate for Messianic Jews and others to celebrate and reflect on his achievement. The book is a dense academic and mystical treatise, with the theme of Judaism as the sun and Christianity as its rays – but this is not to do the book justice, but just to whet your appetite.

 

Back to Redemption:

Rosenzweig’s Star 1919-2019

17-20 February 2019

The Van Leer Jerusalem Institute

Franz Rosenzweig finished composing The Star of Redemption on16 February 1919. To mark the hundredth anniversary of the book’s completion, we invite the public to an international conference reassessing the culminating concept of The Star: redemption. The conference will host nearly one hundred internationally-renowned scholars, and will be highlighted by a series of evening lectures on the following themes:

Is the World Redeemable?

17 February 2019: 18:00-20:00

Is the Human Being Redeemable?

18 February 2019: 19:30-21:30

Is God Redeemable?

19 February 2019: 19:30-21:30

 

For a complete list of conference activities and for registration please visit the website of the Franz Rosenzweig Minerva Research Center at:

https://rosenzweig.huji.ac.il/event/international-conference-back-redemption-rosenzweig-star-1919-2019?delta=0

International Conference: “Back to Redemption: Rosenzweig Star 1919-2019”

Sun, 17/02/2019 to Wed, 20/02/2019
Van Leer Institute

Franz Rosenzweig finished composing The Star of Redemption on February 16, 1919. To mark the hundredth anniversary of the book’s completion, we invite the public to an international conference reassessing the culminating concept of The Star: redemption. The conference will host one hundred internationally renowned  scholars, and will be highlighted by a series of evening lectures.

For Registration click here.

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