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by Mordecai Drache,Ilan Stavans

Author: Mordecai Drache,Ilan Stavans
Subcategory: Bible Study & Reference
Language: English
Publisher: Rutgers University Press; None ed. edition (August 11, 2010)
Pages: 190 pages
Category: Christian Books
Rating: 4.2
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Similarly, in Knowledge and Censorship (2008), the first section consists of four essays by Stavans about the "acquisition of knowledge in multi-ethnic environments, the role that dictionaries play in the preservation of memory, the function of libraries in the electronic age, and the uses of censorship. In the second section, he and Albin engage in a dialogue about these topics, and she is listed as co-author. 2010 - With All Thine Heart: Love and the Bible (with Mordecai Drache).

Is the Bible actually a love story between a deity and a people? And what does this love story have to do with the modern world? In With All Thine Heart distinguished cultural critic Ilan Stavans speaks to freelance writer Mordecai Drache about love in the Bible. Presented in an engaging, conversational format and touched with striking artwork, the textured dialogue between Stavans and Drache is meant to show how the Bible is a multidimensional text and one that, when considered over the course of history, still has the power to shape our world.

In With All Thine Heart distinguished cultural critic Ilan Stavans engages in a conversation with freelance writer Mordecai Drache about love in the Bible

In With All Thine Heart distinguished cultural critic Ilan Stavans engages in a conversation with freelance writer Mordecai Drache about love in the Bible. Addressing a wide range of topics, from biblical archaeology and fundamentalism to Hollywood movies, lexicography, and the act of praying, the dialogue between Stavans and Drache shows how the Bible is a multidimensional text and one that, when considered over the course of history, still has the power to shape our world.

Ilan Stavans with Mordecai Drache. Rutgers University Press, 2010. The conversation took place over a period of more than a year via e‑mail and telephone and has now been presented as a lively discussion of various themes in the Hebrew Bible. The parameters of the topics are laid out in the beginning and rather disappointingly the Hebrew translation chosen is the King James version of the bible.

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In With All Thine Heart distinguished cultural critic Ilan Stavans speaks to freelance writer Mordecai Drache about love in the Bible

In With All Thine Heart distinguished cultural critic Ilan Stavans speaks to freelance writer Mordecai Drache about love in the Bible. The textured dialogue is meant to show how the Bible is a multidimensional text and one that, when considered over the course of history, still has the power to shape our world.

With All Thine Heart By Ilan Stavans with Mordecai Drache Rutgers University Press 2010, 2. 5. MD: Why did you agree to delve into the Bible with me?

With All Thine Heart By Ilan Stavans with Mordecai Drache Rutgers University Press 2010, 2. MD: Why did you agree to delve into the Bible with me? IS: The Bible has been with me-or is it I who has been with the Bible?-since my early childhood. The biblical stories were ubiquitous in my Mexico City home and at the Yiddish Shule in Mexique, the Jewish school I attended from kindergarten to high school. They were also recycled in comic strips, picture books, movies, and TV shows. At some point, I felt as if the characters in Genesis and Exodus were my friends.

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2010 - With All Thine Heart: Love and the Bible (with Mordecai Drache). 2010 - Gabriel Garca Mrquez: The Early Years. 2009 - A Critic's Journey 2008 - Resurrecting Hebrew. 2008 - Mr. Spic Goes to Washington, illustrations by Roberto Weil. 2008 - Knowledge and Censorship (with Vernica Albin).

Is the Bible actually a love story between a deity and a people? And what does this love story have to do with the modern world? In With All Thine Heart distinguished cultural critic Ilan Stavans speaks to freelance writer Mordecai Drache about love in the Bible. Presented in an engaging, conversational format and touched with striking artwork, the textured dialogue between Stavans and Drache is meant to show how the Bible is a multidimensional text and one that, when considered over the course of history, still has the power to shape our world. The theme of love provides the connective tissue that binds this work.Addressing a wide range of topics, from biblical archaeology and fundamentalism to Hollywood movies, lexicography, and the act of praying, With All Thine Heart suggests that the Hebrew Bible is a novel worth decoding patiently, such as one does with classics like Don Quixote de la Mancha, In Search of Lost Time, and Anna Karenina.  Similar to the protagonists in these tales, biblical characters, although not shaped with the artistic nuance of modern literature, allow for astonishing insight. This exploration of love through the pages of the Bible—organized chronologically from Genesis to Exodus and followed by insightful meditations on the Song of Songs and the Book of Job—is a  delightful intellectual and spiritual treat . . . Shema Ysrael!