"[A]n an admirable essay--somewhat old-fashioned but benignly so: carefully shaped; having an air of relaxation, yet with no hint of looseness in the writing. Reading and rereading Rosen's little book I found myself thinking, to my own surprise, of E. M. Forster. Forster, living and working in modern Alexandria, would study the great theologians and philosophers of the ancient city. Serious but rarely solemn, he would muse on the relations between the One and the Many, or on disputes about the nature of Christ's humanity, or about the ways in which the past can persist in the present."Rosen, Jonathan is the author of 'Talmud and the Internet A Journey Between Worlds', published 2001 under ISBN 9780312420178 and ISBN 031242017X.