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Is the offense I take at the title of Jordan Peterson’s new book justified?

Peterson’s book title is “We Who Wrestle with G-d” (I gather it offers his interpretation and lessons gleaned from “ancient stories.”) The issue for me is Peterson’s past analysis of Torah has been creepy–e.g., he conjectured that the burning bush may be telling us that if we all just could be more aware, G-d’s signs are everywhere. So, for sure, his interpretation of the title will strip the phrase of its particular Jewish context and meaning.

I see it as a pop-literature version of supersessionism and don’t like it–am I wrong?

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