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Spiritual Boredom: Rediscovering the Wonder of Judaism

by Dr. Erica Brown

Boredom is a crisis of our age. It is sapping spirituality of its mystical and wholesome benefits, slowly corroding our ability to recognize blessing and beauty in our lives. Dr. Erica Brown explores the many...


The Case for Jewish Peoplehood: Can We Be One?

by Dr Erica Brown & Dr. Misha Galperin

This call to Jewish community explores the purpose and limitations of peoplehood as a unifying concept of community for a people struggling profoundly with Jewish identity. In this inspiring statement on peoplehood,...


A Touch of the Sacred: A Theologian's Informal Guide to Jewish Belief

by Dr. Eugene B. Borowitz & Frances W. Schwartz

Our faith in God and our love of Judaism are tested daily by our turbulent world and personal challenges. In this special book, Dr. Eugene Borowitz offers a highly accessible guide to the questions we've all...


Text Messages: A Torah Commentary for Teens

by Rabbi Jeffrey K. Salkin

This is the book that has been missing from the ever-expanding bookshelf of Torah commentaries-a collection of messages on each Torah portion, aimed specifically for teens. It shows them how each Torah portion...


The Other Talmud-The Yerushalmi: Unlocking the Secrets of The Talmud of Israel for Judaism Today

by Rabbi Judith Z. Abrams

This engaging look at the Judaism that might have been breaks open the Yerushalmi-"The Talmud of the Land of Israel"-and what it means for Jewish life today. It reveals how the Yerushalmi's vision of Jewish...


Shabbat, 2nd Ed: The Family Guide to Preparing for and Celebrating the Sabbath

by Dr. Ron Wolfson

Bringing together all the spiritual and practical aspects of Shabbat, Ron Wolfson offers today's families the resources needed to celebrate this holy day-meaningfully, creatively and joyously. This essential...


Building a Successful Volunteer Culture: Finding Meaning in Service in the Jewish Community

by Rabbi Charles Simon

This book provides you with the resources you need to build and retain a thriving volunteer culture for your organization-regardless of size or complexity. This practical guide can help you decipher the culture...


From Defender to Critic: The Search for a New Jewish Self

by David Hartman

Dr. David Hartman presents his own painful evolution from defender of the rule-based system of Jewish law to revolutionary proponent of a theology of empowerment. He explains how his goals were not to strip...


Reclaiming Judaism as a Spiritual Practice: Holy Days and Shabbat

by Rabbi Goldie Milgram

In this delightful guide, Rabbi Goldie Milgram guides you on a quest to rediscover spiritual meaning for living. Focusing on Jewish holy days and Shabbat, Rabbi Goldie solidly grounds her teachings in a context...


Modern Jews Engage the New Testament: Enhancing Jewish Well-Being in a Christian Environment

by Rabbi Michael J. Cook

Despite popular Christian assertions that the New Testament is the monolithic and unquestionable Word of God, scholars argue that it has a surprisingly rich and fascinating history of composition. By understanding...


My People's Passover Haggadah: Traditional Texts, Modern Commentaries

by Rabbi Lawrence A., PhD Hoffman & David , PhD Arnow

A diverse collection of commentaries on the traditional Haggadah Hebrew text in two volumes and with a translation designed to let you know exactly what the Haggadah says. Introductory essays help you understand...


My People's Passover Haggadah, Vol. 1: Traditional Texts, Modern Commentaries

by Rabbi Lawrence A., PhD Hoffman & David , PhD Arnow

A diverse collection of commentaries on the traditional Haggadah Hebrew text in two volumes and with a translation designed to let you know exactly what the Haggadah says. Introductory essays help you understand...


Masking and Unmasking Ourselves: Interpreting Biblical Texts on Clothing & Identity

by Dr. Norman J. Cohen

In this engaging look at clothing and identity in the Bible, Norman Cohen presents ten Bible stories that involve clothing in an essential way: as a means of learning about the text, its characters and their...


These Are the Words, 2nd Edition: A Vocabulary of Jewish Spiritual Life

by Arthur Green

In this new edition of "the ultimate Jewish primer," Dr. Arthur Green explains the meaning, history and origin of over 150 core Hebrew words that are shared and understood throughout the Jewish world. With humor,...


Tough Questions Jews Ask: A Young Adult's Guide to Building a Jewish Life

by Rabbi Edward Feinstein

In Judaism we're allowed to ask questions. But for young people, it often feels as if no one is willing to take tough questions about religion, the world, and ourselves seriously. With honesty, humor and respect,...


The Creative Jewish Wedding Book: A Hands-On Guide to New & Old Traditions, Ceremonies & Celebrations

by Gabrielle Kaplan-Mayer

Enrich your wedding with your own creative use of Jewish tradition. Wedding planning can be a stressful experience. Keeping track of all the details can lead to a couple forgetting about the bigger picture and...


Invisible Lines of Connection: Sacred Stories of the Ordinary

by Lawrence Kushner

This is a book where literature meets spirituality, where the sacred meets the ordinary, and, above all, where people of all faiths, all backgrounds can meet one another and themselves. Kushner ties together...


Your Word Is Fire: The Hasidic Masters on Contemplative Prayer

by Arthur Green & Barry W. Holtz

Hasidism, the Jewish revivalist movement that began in the eighteenth century, saw prayer as being at the heart of religious experience and was particularly concerned with the nature of a person's relationship...


The Way Into Torah

by Rabbi Norman J. Cohen

This guide offers an entrance into the world of Torah, and to its meaning for our lives. The Way Into Torah shows us why reading Torah is not the same as reading anything else-and enables us to become a part...


Keeping Faith with the Psalms: Deepen Your Relationship with God Using the Book of Psalms

by Daniel F. Polish

The Book of Psalms has been beloved by generations of readers. Keeping Faith with the Psalms leads you into the Bible to discover ways you can use the Psalms to shape your own personal spiritual outlook. Daniel...