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Are tradition and inclusivism mutually exclusive? A look at three models for inclusivism drawn directly from Jewish tradition: "Even though he sinned he is a Jew;" "All Israel has a portion in the World to Come;" and "Love your fellow as yourself."

Models of Inclusivism in Chabad Thought

Models of Inclusivism in Chabad Thought

How Chabad combines exclusivist tradition with universal acceptance

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Models of Inclusivism in Chabad Thought: How Chabad combines exclusivist tradition with universal acceptance

Are tradition and inclusivism mutually exclusive? A look at three models for inclusivism drawn directly from Jewish tradition: "Even though he sinned he is a Jew;" "All Israel has a portion in the World to Come;" and "Love your fellow as yourself."
Kabbalah & Chassidism, Chassidism
Dr. Tali Loewenthal is Lecturer in Jewish Spirituality at University College London, director of the Chabad Research Unit, author of Communicating the Infinite: The Emergence of the Habad School and a frequent contributor to the Chabad.org weekly Torah reading section.
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