The great theologian Rabbi Eugene B. Borowitz died Jan. 22 at age 91. The author of a dozen and a half books on contemporary Jewish theology, Rabbi Borowitz taught hundreds of rabbinic students during a long and distinguished career as professor at the Hebrew Union College (HUC) in New York.
I was one of those students, and one day in the fall of 1981, Rabbi Borowitz forcefully – but fairly – rearranged my thinking, even if I didn’t understand this at the time.
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