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The Jewish Way: Living the Holidays

by Irving Greenberg

Called “enriching” and “profoundly moving” by Elie Wiesel, The Jewish Way is a comprehensive and inspiring presentation of Judaism as revealed through its holy days.

In thoughtful and engaging prose,...


How to Run a Traditional Jewish Household

by Blu Greenberg

Filled with practical advice as well as history, Blu Greenberg's book is a comprehensive guide to the joys and complexities of running a modern Jewish home.

How to Run a Traditional Jewish Household is a modern,...


Beginnings: Reflections on the Bible's Intriguing Firsts

by Meir Shalev

The bestselling and prize-winning Israeli author Meir Shalev describes the many "firsts" of the Bible – the first love and the first death, to the first laugh and the first dream – providing a fresh, secular...


The God Who Hates Lies: Confronting and Rethinking Jewish Tradition

by Dr. David Hartman

In this deeply personal look at the struggle between commitment to Jewish religious tradition and personal morality, Dr. David Hartman, the world's leading Modern Orthodox Jewish theologian, probes the deepest...


The God Upgrade: Finding Your 21st-Century Spirituality in Judaism's 5,000-Year-Old Tradition

by Rabbi Jamie S. Korngold

In this provocative look at the ways in which God concepts have evolved through the centuries, Adventure Rabbi Jamie Korngold examines how our changing ideas of God have shaped every aspect of Judaism. She shows...


Pirkei Avot: Chapters of the Fathers

by Unknown

Pirkei Avot, which is most commonly translated as "Chapters of the Fathers," is one of the most important collections of ethical teachings in the tradition of Judaism. Believed to have been compiled in the period...


Judaism For Dummies

by Ted Falcon & David Blatner

Judaism isn’t a race or even a particular culture or ethnic group. There are about 13 or 14 million Jews spread around the world, including about 6 million in the United States and about 5 million in Israel – so...


God of Me: Imagining God Throughout Your Lifetime

by David Lyon

There is no easy prescription for how to know God, yet everyone can pursue a personal relationship with God. To open the way for you to find God's presence in your life, Rabbi David Lyon helps you clear away...


A New Physiognomy of Jewish Thinking: Critical Theory After Adorno as Applied to Jewish Thought

by Aubrey L. Glazer

A New Physiognomy of Jewish Thinking is a search for authenticity that combines critical thinking with a yearning for heartfelt poetics. A physiognomy of thinking addresses the figure of a life lived where theory...


To Begin Again: The Journey Toward Comfort, Strength, and Faith in Difficult Times

by Naomi Levy

To Begin Again signals the arrival of an important new voice. In words that are as wise as they are comforting and as universal as they are specific, Rabbi Naomi Levy tells us how to survive, emotionally and...


Jewish Discoveries

by Jeff Zaremsky

Discover the mysteries of our rich Jewish heritage that unlocks the secrets to a full and abundant life of joy, peace, faith, and victory. Spiritual truths, preserved down through the ages in the lives of the...


Midrash & Medicine: Healing Body and Soul in the Jewish Interpretive Tradition

by Rabbi William Cutter

Investigate the role of midrashic thinking in addressing seemingly intractable social and personal issues. This groundbreaking volume examines the spiritual shortfalls of our current healing environment and...


Living Kabbalah: A Practical System for Making the Power Work for You

by Yehuda Berg

From the author of The Power to Change Everything comes the foundational text, Living Kabbalah. In this book, Yehuda Berg introduces the Transformation Formula -- a 4-step system for reaching a potential for...


Satan: Una Autobiografia

by Yehuda Berg

They say that the greatest trick "the Devil" ever pulled was convincing us that he doesn't exist. In this book, Yehuda Berg uses the device of an "as told to" autobiography to explain the concept of The Adversary...


The Will To Live On: This is Our Heritage

by Herman Wouk

Herman Wouk has ranged in his novels from the mighty narrative of The Caine Mutiny and the warm, intimate humor of Marjorie Morningstar to the global panorama of The Winds of War and War and Remembrance. All...


Christians & Jews Faith to Faith: Tragic History, Promising Present, Fragile Future

by Rabbi James Rudin

We now have the potential to end two thousand years of hostility. Will we succeed? This probing examination of Christian-Jewish relations looks at the major issues facing both faith communities to guarantee...


Jewish Mysticism and the Spiritual Life: Classical Texts, Contemporary Reflections

by Eitan Fishbane & Or N. Rose

The rich combination of classical texts and contemporary reflections will provide you with inspirational and thought-provoking materials for contemplation, discussion and action, whether you are well-acquainted...


A Kingdom of Priests: Ancestry and Merit in Ancient Judaism

by Martha Himmelfarb

Considers a range of texts—including the Book of Watchers, Book of Jubilees, legal documents from the Dead Sea scrolls, writings of Philo of Alexandria, and the Book of Revelation—to explore the tensions...


A Sufi-Jewish Dialogue: Philosophy and Mysticism in Bahya ibn Paquda's "Duties of the Heart"

by Diana Lobel

In A Sufi-Jewish Dialogue, Diana Lobel explores the full extent to which Duties of the Heart marks the flowering of the "Jewish-Arab symbiosis," the interpenetration of Islamic and Jewish civilizations.


Sanctifying the Name of God: Jewish Martyrs and Jewish Memories of the First Crusade

by Jeremy Cohen

"The slaughter of the Jews in the Rhineland in 1096 is one of the better-known events of the First Crusade. Cohen analyzes the texts of the Jewish accounts of these massacres in light of the martyrdom tradition...