“What is there to which every living thing can join in one resounding chorus of Hallelujah?”
Rabbi Olan’s March 4, 1964 radio sermon explored a deep theological question about the role of God in mid-century American life. What need do “modern” people have for God?
Rejecting popular nihilism, Olan named three specific factors that should evoke universal praise. He then wove them together into a theological affirmation that he hoped his listenteners would find to be meaningful.
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