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Engaged in the world, it is social rather dun solitary. Because it is both intellectual and engaged, the thought that man shares with God is the study of God's law for the world radier dun die mystical contemplation of the godhead.\n Human imitation of the divine is an old Christian theme and one that has played an increasingly central role for modern Protestant theologians from Kierkegaard to Barth (whom Rabbi Soloveitchik studied with a degree of sympathy).
The Beginning of Wisdom Shalom Carmy First Things; Aug/Sep 2009; 195; Docstoc pg. 39 Reproduced with permission of t
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