My recent book, Sovereign Jews: Israel, Zionism, and Judaism, harnesses the powerful critique of the dominant secular(ist) epistemology, which is familiar to readers of The Immanent Frame, to re-problematize the very notion…
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Instead of separation of state and religion, Al drew on the history of established religions in Europe to advocate the “twin tolerations”: a form of mutual toleration between religion and state wherein religious leaders give elected leaders the autonomy to enact policies, and democratic leaders give religious leaders space to worship, participate in civil society, and to organize politically.