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The Genius of Judaism

by Bernard-Henri Lévy & Steven B. Kennedy

From world-renowned public intellectual Bernard-Henri Lévy comes an incisive and provocative look at the heart of Judaism.

For more than four decades, Bernard-Henri Lévy has been a singular figure on the world...


Moses Mendelssohn's Living Script: Philosophy, Practice, History, Judaism

by Elias Sacks

Moses Mendelssohn (1729-1786) is often described as the founder of modern Jewish thought and as a leading philosopher of the late Enlightenment. One of Mendelssohn's main concerns was how to conceive of the...


When Memory Comes

by Saul Friedländer, Helen R. Lane & Claire Messud

A classic of Holocaust literature, the eloquent, acclaimed memoir of childhood by a Pulitzer-winning historian, now reissued with a new introduction by Claire Messud

 

Four months before Hitler came to power,...


Moses: A Human Life

by Avivah Gottlieb Zornberg

An unprecedented portrait of Moses's inner world and perplexing character, by a distinguished biblical scholar

No figure looms larger in Jewish culture than Moses, and few have stories more enigmatic. Avivah...


Theory and Practice in Essene Law

How the Wise Men Got to Chelm: The Life and Times of a Yiddish Folk Tradition

by Ruth von Bernuth

When God created the world, so it is said, he sent out an angel with a bag of foolish souls with instructions to distribute them equally all over the world—one fool per town. But the angel’s bag broke and...


The Making of Jewish Universalism: From Exile to Alexandria

by Malka Simkovich

Interest in Jewish universalism is on the rise, yet scholars lack a common definition of the concept. This book advocates for a common definition of universalism as it applies to an Early Jewish context and...


A Club of Their Own

The People and the Books: 18 Classics of Jewish Literature

by Adam Kirsch

An essential exploration of a rich literary tradition from the Bible to modern times, by a “rare literary authority” (New York Times Book Review) and “one of our keenest critics” (Washington Post).

Jews...


Living Wisely

by Levi Ben-Shmuel

Living Wisely draws on Levi Ben-Shmuel's intimate knowledge of Taoist-inspired Tai Chi Chuan and Judaism's mystical Kabbalah to create a universal, inspirational guide to help you live with more wisdom. No prior...


The Heart of Loneliness: How Jewish Wisdom Can Help You Cope and Find Comfort and Community

by Rabbi Marc Katz

With sensitivity, compassion and insight, Rabbi Marc Katz draws from the Hebrew Bible to help us understand the nuances of loneliness in our lives and in the lives of those we love. He then uses the tools of...


TREYF: My Life as an Unorthodox Outlaw

by Elissa Altman

From the Washington Post columnist and James Beard Award-winning author of Poor Man’s Feast comes a story of seeking truth, acceptance, and self in a world of contradiction...

 

Treyf: According to Leviticus,...


Near Christianity

by Anthony LeDonne

This unique book is an exploration of Christianity alongside Jewish guides who are well-studied in and sympathetic to Christianity, but who remain “near Christianity.” Reflecting on his journeys within biblical...


Jacob Neusner

by Aaron W. Hughes

Jacob Neusner (born 1932) is one of the most important figures in the shaping of modern American Judaism. He was pivotal in transforming the study of Judaism from an insular project only conducted by—and of...


Jews and the American Religious Landscape

by Uzi Rebhun

Jews and the American Religious Landscape explores major, complementary facets of American Judaism and Jewish life through a comprehensive analysis of contemporary demographic data. Focusing on the most important...


Lives of Hitler's Jewish Soldiers: Untold Tales of Men of Jewish Descent Who Fought for the Third Reich

by Bryan Mark Rigg

They were foot soldiers and officers. They served in the regular army and the Waffen-SS. And, remarkably, they were also Jewish, at least as defined by Hitler's infamous race laws. Pursuing the thread he first...


The Burning Bush: Writings on Jews and Judaism

by Vladimir Solovyov & Gregory Yuri Glazov

Vladimir Solovyov, one of nineteenth-century Russia's greatest Christian philosophers, was renowned as the leading defender of Jewish civil rights in tsarist Russia in the 1880s. The Burning Bush: Writings on...


German Jews in Palestine, 1920-1948: Between Dream and Reality

by Claudia Sonino

This volume leads us through the imagined world, the delusions, hopes, ambivalences, anxieties, and historical, cultural and psychological dynamics of six German Jewish writers and intellectuals who arrived...


Grace in Auschwitz: A Holocaust Christology

by Jean-Pierre Fortin

Grace in Auschwitz offers a reformulation of the Christian doctrine of grace for the twenty-first century, one that meets head-on the problems of radical evil and theodicy posed by the events and experience...


Comparing Judaism and Christianity: Common Judaism, Paul, and the Inner and the Outer in Ancient Religion

by E. P. Sanders

Few scholars have so shaped the contemporary debate on the relation of early Christianity to early Judaism as E. P. Sanders, and no one has produced a clearer or more distinctive vision of that relationship...