Books by Jacques Berlinerblau

NON-FICTION
Released: Sept. 11, 2012

"An impassioned argument for 'a firm and dignified defense of the imperiled secularish virtues and moderation, toleration, and self-criticism.'"
Berlinerblau (Jewish Civilization/Georgetown Univ.; The Vow and the ‘Popular Religious Groups' of Ancient Israel, 2009, etc.) offers a solid history of secularism in America and a defense of its virtues at a time when conservative Christians attack it as a moral evil and advance the "flawed" idea that one cannot be both religious and secular. Read full book review >