Wednesday, August 24, 2005

The future of Religious Zionism?

Does part of it means that (more here)
The time has come to be proud of who we are: Nationalist Religious Zionists, integrating Torah with worldly pursuits, Torah with science, Torah with law, Torah with economics.
Doesn't that seem very similar to Yeshiva University's "Torah U'mada" approach? Isn't this just the basic tenet of modern orthodoxy, namely learning Torah with full diligence while remaining sufficiently engaged in the world as to be able to function well among non-Jews while retaining our heritage, lifestyle, and Torah values?


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