The Passion of Torah is the passion of Jesus is the Passion of Lent: a philosophical meditation upon Deuteronomy 26:1-13

Title

The Passion of Torah is the passion of Jesus is the Passion of Lent: a philosophical meditation upon Deuteronomy 26:1-13

Description

In numerous books and essays Professor Greenway, inspired above all by the Jewish philosopher Emmanuel Levinas, has argued for a post-secular affirmation of moral realism grounded in the passion of agape. This presentation, taken from his newest book, In the Light of Agape: Moral Realism and its Consequences, interprets Lent in the light of agape, unveiling the singular reality which is the passion of Torah, the passion of Jesus, and the passion of Lent, and detailing concrete consequences of this recognition for interfaith affirmation and non-exclusive Christian celebration of Lent.

Date

2024-02-29

Publisher

Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary

Rights

http://rightsstatements.org/vocab/InC-NC/1.0/

Format

mp4

Language

English

Collection

Citation

Greenway, William, 1963-, “The Passion of Torah is the passion of Jesus is the Passion of Lent: a philosophical meditation upon Deuteronomy 26:1-13,” Austin Seminary Digital Collections, accessed April 14, 2024, https://austinseminarydigital.org/items/show/1730.