Judaism Beyond Words: Part 2
Introduction THERE ARE 13.2 million Jews in the world, which in population terms puts world Jewry in the same league as Guatemala and nowhere near Madagascar. Yet no nation has been more important to Western civilization than this scarred, scattered, and exhausted people–passionately self-doubting, fractured, hounded and hated, occasionally even admired, and (in any case) gradually dissolving.
About the Author
David Gelernter is a professor of computer science at Yale.