EI Weekly Listen — Variety in Judaism by Martin Goodman

In a religious system which presupposed a covenant not just between God and the individual Jew, but between God and Israel as a nation, the sense of communal solidarity had an abiding impact, regardless of the differences between denominations. Read by Leighton Pugh.
Berlin synagoge. Credit: Maraike Hofer / Alamy Stock Photo
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