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Jonathan Kirsch
Jonathan Kirsch

Jonathan Kirsch is the author of thirteen books on the history of religion, including, most recently, “The Short, Strange Life of Herschel...

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Jonathan Kirsch on ‘The Woman Who Named God’

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Is the biblical tale of Hagar “a creation story as important as the Garden of Eden,” as Charlotte Gordon argues in her provocative new book?

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Jonathan Kirsch
Jonathan Kirsch

Jonathan Kirsch is the author of thirteen books on the history of religion, including, most recently, “The Short, Strange Life of Herschel Grynszpan: A Boy Avenger, a Nazi Diplomat and a Murder in Paris” He is alsoo the author of “The Grand Inquisitor’s Manual: A History of Terror in the Name of God” (HarperOne).

Kirsch is an attorney specializing in intellectual property and publishing law, the book editor of The Jewish Journal, a book reviewer for the Los Angeles Times, often a guest commentator for NPR affiliates KCRW-FM and KPCC-FM in Southern California, and an Adjunct Professor on the faculty of New York University’s Professional Publishing Program.

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