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Judaism: A Beginner's Guide

by Dan Cohn-Sherbok & Lavinia Cohn-Sherbok

In this clear and authoratative guide, Lavinia and Dan Cohn-Sherbok concisely examine the Jewish faith and its practices and explore what it means to be a Jew today. From the nature of God to the divisions within...


Betrayed!

by Stan Telchin

This classic story of one Jewish father's journey from anger and doubt to bold faith in Jesus as Messiah will inspire readers. New edition includes updates from the author.


The Routledge Handbook of Contemporary Jewish Cultures

by Nadia Valman & Laurence Roth

The Routledge Handbook to Contemporary Jewish Cultures explores the diversity of Jewish cultures and the various ways of investigating them, presenting the different methodologies, arguments, and challenges...


The Exodus Revealed: Israel's Journey from Slavery to the Promised Land

by Nicholas Perrin

What really happened during Israel's journey from slavery to the promised land? Bible scholar Nicholas Perrin explains the true story of the Exodus while adding helpful background information from biblical history,...


Judaism's Ten Best Ideas: A Brief Guide for Seekers

by Arthur Green

What does Judaism have to offer a contemporary seeker free to choose a system of values? With warmth, humor and down-to-earth explanations, leading spiritual teacher Arthur Green offers his answer to this question....


All the World: Universalism, Particularism and the High Holy Days

by Lawrence A. Hoffman

This examination of universalism and particularism in Judaism seeks answers to the complex question, "Why be Jewish?" It explores the universalistic definition of the Jews' historic destiny, the role Jews must...


The Committed Life

by Rebbetzin Esther Jungreis

Drawing on the timeless wisdom of the Torah. Rebbetzin Esther Jungreis reminds us of the principles necessary for living a better and more committed life. Inspirational and deeply moving. This book will touch...


Against the Dying of the Light: A Parent's Story of Love, Loss and Hope

by Leonard Fein

A father's struggle to understand his daughter's sudden death becomes a ruthlessly honest, lyrical and wise exploration of life. Takes the experience of loss beyond the confines of the personal, finding universal...


Abandoned: What Is God's Will for the Jewish People and the Church?

by Stan Telchin

Christians must reexamine God's Word and become equipped to reach out to and receive Jewish people with the love of God in their hearts.


The Bible's Cutting Room Floor

by Joel M. Hoffman

The Bible you usually read is not the complete story. Some holy writings were left out for political or theological reasons, others simply because of the physical restrictions of ancient bookmaking technology....


Who We Are: On Being (and Not Being) a Jewish American Writer

by Derek Rubin

This unprecedented collection brings together the major Jewish American writers of the past fifty years as they examine issues of identity and how they’ve made their work respond.

E.L. Doctorow questions the...


Shoah Presence: Architectural Representations of the Holocaust

by Eran Neuman

Focusing on the Ghetto Fighters' House, the world's first Holocaust museum; Yad Vashem, Israel's national Holocaust memorial in Jerusalem; the US Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, and the Holocaust Memorial...


Open Minded Torah: Of Irony, Fundamentalism and Love

by William Kolbrener

Open Minded Torah elicits unheard voices from the Jewish past for a twenty-first century Judaism at a time when fundamentalists and fanatics often dominate conversations about religion. Kolbrener's brilliant...


Tales of and about Jewish Youth during the Fin-de-si&#232cle Era: An Annotated Gazette for a Transitional Decade in Upstate New York

by Lawrence M. Ginsburg

This book tells the story of Jewish youth in upstate New York during the fin-de-siZcle decade of the nineteenth century. Ginsburg details periods of transition for these youths by exploring life at various Jewish...


Judaism - An Introduction: Teach Yourself

by C.M. Hoffman

This book is a concise guide to the history, beliefs and practices of this major world faith. Covering all the key aspects of Judaism, including the impact of the Holocaust and the significance of Israel on...


Jewish Mothers Tell Their Stories: Acts of Love and Courage

by Rachel J Siegel, Ellen Cole & Susan Steinberg Oren

Winner of the Women in Psychology Jewish Caucus Award for 2000!Jewish Mothers Tell Their Stories: Acts of Love and Courage contains touching and personal essays written by contemporary Jewish mothers from different...


Celebrating the Lives of Jewish Women: Patterns in a Feminist Sampler

by Rachel J Siegel, Ellen Cole & Esther D Rothblum

Jewish women of all ages and backgrounds come together in Celebrating the Lives of Jewish Women to explore and rejoice in what they have in common--their heritage. They reveal in striking personal stories how...


Judaism Since Gender

by Miriam Peskowitz & Laura Levitt

Judaism Since Gender offers a radically new concept of Jewish Studies, staking out new intellectual terrain and redefining the discipline as an intrinsically feminist practice.

The question of how knowledge...


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...


Battle of the Two Talmuds: Judaism's Struggle with Power, Glory, & Guilt

by Leon Charney

The authors reached back into history to understand the reasons and methods brilliant rabbis and Talmudic scholars abandoned the Holy Land, both physically and spiritually, to settle in what came to be known...