This article considers the relationship between imitatio dei and selfhood in ancient Jewish traditions. This relationship is considered across a wide range of texts that are engaged in theological reflection and a complex practice of reading, with philosophical implications. Topics such as human essence, divine creation, and perfectionist aspirations are explored as part of the charactrization of selfhood in the Hebrew Bible and beyond.

The text of this article is only available as a PDF.
You do not currently have access to this content.