The Way of the Boundary Crosser, by highly regarded rabbi and author Gershon Winkler, offers us an in-depth understanding of the teachings of Jewish tradition that challenges the notion that there is only one way to be Jewish, and that allows ample room for alternatives in Jewish theology, observance, and law.
Gershon Winkler is a widely recognized scholar in the fields of Jewish law, lore, theology, and mysticism. A descendant of a scion of rabbis originating in Judea, Rabbi Winkler has devoted much of the past two decades to writing and teaching about the lesser-promulgated wisdoms of Judaism and to Hebraic scriptural interpretation. Rabbi Winkler is also the founder and executive director of Walking Stick Foundation, a non-profit organization devoted to the recovery of aboriginal Judaism.
Chapter 1 The Boundary Crosser Chapter 2 Flexidoxy Chapter 3 Halachah Chapter 4 Sacred Seasons Chapter 5 Women, Torah, and Feminiphobia Chapter 6 Appendix: Tumah and Taharah Reexamined Chapter 7 Judaism and the Non-Jew Chapter 8 Appendix: Ancient and Medieval Teachings about Conversion to Judaism Chapter 9 The Judeo-Christian Myth Chapter 10 Capital Punishment Chapter 11 Ritual Implements