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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 Wondering Jew : My Journey into Judaism

by Ellen Brazer

The Wondering Jew: My Journey into Judaism

It all began with a promise: a promise I made to my father, a promise that led me on a journey into the heart and soul of Judaism. The result is this book, filled with...


Mystical Resistance

The Linotype Operator

by Michael R Wolf & Leah Maines

Set in present day Brooklyn and Manhattan—with historic monuments and institutions as background characters — The Linotype Operator is the story of Orthodox Jewish former Linotype operator David Kaplan and...


Journey Together: 49 Steps to Transforming a Family

by Sarah Hermelin

Offering a model of self-improvement rooted in Jewish thought and practice, Journey Together explains the mystical system of counting the Omer-a Jewish practice of counting the days between the holidays of Passover...


Who Rules the Synagogue?

Taking Stock: Cultures of Enumeration in Contemporary Jewish Life

by Michal Kravel-Tovi & Deborah Dash Moore

Taking Stock is a collection of lively, original essays that explore the cultures of enumeration that permeate contemporary and modern Jewish life. Speaking to the profound cultural investment in quantified...


Scattered Among the Nations: Photographs and Stores of the World's Most Isolated Jewish Communities

by Bryan Schwartz & Sandy Carter

With vibrant photographs and intricate stories Scattered Among the Nations tells the story of the world's most isolated Jewish communities in Africa, Asia, Latin America, the Former Soviet Union and the margins...


After One-Hundred-and-Twenty: Reflecting on Death, Mourning, and the Afterlife in the Jewish Tradition

by Hillel Halkin

After One-Hundred-and-Twenty provides a richly nuanced and deeply personal look at Jewish attitudes and practices regarding death, mourning, and the afterlife as they have existed and evolved from biblical times...


Nurture the Wow

by Danya Ruttenberg

A deeply affecting, funny, insightful meditation that challenges readers to find the spiritual meaning of parenting.

Every day, parents are bombarded by demands. The pressures of work and life are relentless;...


Evil: Confronting our Inner Hitler

by Brian Karcher

What can anyone do in the face of terror? What difference could two teenagers make in a world filled with evil? The answer is as deep as it is obvious—we can humble ourselves and choose to love. We can resist...


The Sanctuary in the Psalms: Exploring the Paradox of God's Transcendence and Immanence

by Steven Dunn

The psalms provide multivalent ways by which humans experience the sacred through worship and contemplation. This book explores how psalms use symbols and images to convey the sacred presence as concrete and...


Why Be Jewish?: A Testament

by Edgar Bronfman

Edgar M. Bronfman's clarion call to a generation of secular, disaffected, and unaffiliated Jews, this book addresses the most critical question confronting Judaism worldwide.

Completed in December 2013, just...


Ethics and Suffering since the Holocaust: Making Ethics "First Philosophy" in Levinas, Wiesel and Rubenstein

by Ingrid L Anderson

For many, the Holocaust made thinking about ethics in traditional ways impossible. It called into question the predominance of speculative ontology in Western thought, and left many arguing that Western political,...


Evil and Exile: Revised Edition

by Michaël|Wiesel, Elie de Saint Cheron

A six-day series of interviews between Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Elie Wiesel and French journalist Philippe de Saint-Cheron, Evil and Exile probes some of the most crucial and pressing issues facing humankind...


Writing Jewish Culture: Paradoxes in Ethnography

by Gabriella Safran & Andreas Kilcher

Focusing on Eastern and Central Europe before WWII, this collection explores various genres of "ethnoliterature" across temporal, geographical, and ideological borders as sites of Jewish identity formation and...


Putting God Second: How to Save Religion from Itself

by Donniel Hartman

Why have the monotheistic religions failed to produce societies that live up to their ethical ideals? A prominent rabbi answers this question by looking at his own faith and offering a way for religion to heal...


Paul and the Gentile Problem

by Matthew Thiessen

Paul and the Gentile Problem provides a new explanation for the apostle Paul's statements about the Jewish law in his letters to the Romans and Galatians. Paul's arguments against circumcision and the law in...


Calypso Jews: Jewishness in the Caribbean Literary Imagination

by Sarah Phillips Casteel

With what may seem surprising frequency, Caribbean writers have turned to Jewish Caribbean experiences of exodus and reinvention, from the arrival of Sephardic Jews expelled from Spain and Portugal in the 1490s...


Heartbeat of the Prophetic

by Marc H. Ellis

Can one be grateful for exile? This isn’t the first time I’ve asked this question nor is it the first time this question has been asked. After survival, gratitude is the most difficult question that exiles...