God's 120 Guardian Angels

God's 120 Guardian Angels

by David Birnbaum

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God’s 120 Guardian Angels is Birnbaum’s mode of explicating his signature theme–
“Holy Quest for Potential.” Birnbaum conceived-of – and proposed – the theme in his first book God and Evil (1988). The author posits that “Quest for Potential” is the core and underlying dynamic of the cosmos.
Using his construct of “120 Guardian Angels,”
Birnbaum focuses on assorted eclectic slices of the universe, and on some important metaphysical themes which directly relate to his metaphysics.

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940014178204
Publisher: Harvard Matrix
Publication date: 03/30/2009
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 224
File size: 7 MB

About the Author

Private scholar David Birnbaum is known in academic circles primarily as the author of the Summa Metaphysica series: an overarching metaphysics. He is a graduate of Yeshiva Dov Revel, Yeshiva
University High School, CCNY and Harvard.
God and Evil (1988), the first book in the landmark Summa Metaphysica series, has been assigned as a Required Text at
universities around the world, and was a Book of the Month feature selection of the
Jewish Book Club. The work has gone through Five Printings and eighteen thousand copies
to date. The author is known as a leading
conceptual theorist.
The two–volume Summa Metaphysica series was crafted over a twenty–six year span, 1982–1988 and then 2001–2008. It was the prime focus of a major international academic conference at Bard College (Annandale-on-Hudson, NY), April 2012. [see www.Bard1000.com].
Jews, Church & Civilization – Birnbaum’s seven–volume integrated Jewish TimeLine work – was crafted in the 2002–2012 period.
David Birnbaum’s works have been used as course texts at Brandeis, Hebrew University, Yeshiva University, Hebrew Union College, Tel Aviv University, Emory, JTS, Bar Ilan, and Union Theological Seminary, among others. His works have been reviewed by dozens of leading
academic journals worldwide.
A long time ago, he taught “The Science
of Strategy” at the New School in NY.
He lives and works in Manhattan.

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