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Honest Answers to Your Child's Jewish Questions
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Honest Answers to Your Child's Jewish Questions
Sharon G. Forman
Item #: 146059

What do you say when your five-year old asks, ?What does God look like?? or ?Why am I Jewish?? By middle school the questions are tougher: ?Is the Torah true?? ?Why do I have to learn Hebrew?? This incredible new book suggests successful responses to these questions and many more, summarizi...


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Inside Intermarriage: A Christian Partner's Perspective on Raising a Jewish Family
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Inside Intermarriage: A Christian Partner's Perspective on Raising a Jewish Family
Jim Keen
Item #: 382800

The author of this much-needed book is a Christian father helping his Jewish wife raise Jewish children. Together, they have made many tough decisions. It's no secret that interfaith marriages are complicated, especially when both partners are connected to their own religious faiths and communiti...

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Introduction to Judaism: A Source Book (Revised)
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Introduction to Judaism: A Source Book (Revised)
Compiled and edited by Stephen J. Einstein and Lydia Kukoff with Lisa Edwards, Marjorie Slome, and Hara Person
Item #: 381751

Since 1983, this book has been the standard teaching tool for beginning "Introduction to Judaism" classes in Reform synagogues and institutions throughout North America. This revised edition has been updated and expanded to include new material in each chapter. New articles, essays, liturgica...

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Jewish Home, The (Revised Edition)
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Jewish Home, The (Revised Edition)
Daniel B. Syme
Item #: 142620

This revised edition reflects the changes in Jewish life and ritual since it was first published in 1988.

The Jewish Home explains many of the "whys" of major Jewish holidays and lifecycle events. The birth of a child, wedding ceremony, b'nei mitzvah and Shabbat are only a few of the t...

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Jewish Living: A Guide to Contemporary Reform Practice (Revised Edition)
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Jewish Living: A Guide to Contemporary Reform Practice (Revised Edition)
Mark Washofsky
Item #: 141515

This definitive guide for Reform Jewish practice leads the reader to an understanding of the whole of Jewish life -- from blessing to b'nei mitzvah, Havdalah to haftarah, and tikkun olam to Tikkun Leil Shavuot.  The revised edition features an index, cross-references to
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Jewish U: A Contemporary Guide for the Jewish College Student, Revised Edition
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Jewish U: A Contemporary Guide for the Jewish College Student, Revised Edition
Scott Aaron
Item #: 243877

This book is exactly what every Jewish college student needs.

This best-selling guide to living Jewishly on campus has just been revised and updated.  Scott Aaron helps new college students navigate their first year on campus.
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Kulanu: All of Us: A Program & Resource Guide for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual & Transgender Inclusion
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Kulanu: All of Us: A Program & Resource Guide for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual & Transgender Inclusion
Richard F Address, Joel L. Kushner, and Geoffrey Mitelman
Item #: 571211

In the years since the original Kulanu was published, there has been great progress in the way the Jewish community in general and the synagogue community in particular have welcomed gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender Jews. It is to the credit of the Reform Movement, its congregations...

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Liberal Judaism
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Liberal Judaism
Eugene B. Borowitz
Item #: 386050

This book probes the varieties of Jewish thought and ritual practice from the perspective of liberal Judaism.

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Life, Faith, and Cancer
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Life, Faith, and Cancer
Douglas J. Kohn
Item #: 516786

Jewish Journeys Through Diagnosis, Treatment, and Recovery
 
When the diagnosis of illness shatters the veneer of our normal, comfortable, predictable course of life, we are embittered and confused. "Why me?" is a question that reverberates uncontrollably ...

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Love Tales from the Talmud
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Love Tales from the Talmud
Edwin Goldberg
Item #: 148050

Many people see the Talmud as nothing more than a dry compendium of legal opinions, but in fact the Talmud represents a rich repository of literature encompassing all aspects of the world of the great Rabbinic Sages. Rabbi Edwin Goldberg, author of Swords and Plowshares: Jewish Views of War and P...

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Many Faces of God, The
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Many Faces of God, The
Rifat Sonsino
Item #: 168503

This latest book by Rabbi Sonsino, co-author of Finding God, takes up where that book leaves off. The Many Faces of God deals with contemporary Jewish images of God.

Included in The Many Faces of God are the writings and ideas of such thinkers as Martin Buber, Mordecai Kapl...

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Mitzvah of Healing, The: An Anthology of Essays, Jewish Texts, Personal Stories, Meditations and Rituals
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Mitzvah of Healing, The: An Anthology of Essays, Jewish Texts, Personal Stories, Meditations and Rituals
Edited by Hara Person
Item #: 381903

Published in cooperation with the Women of Reform Judaism, The Federation of Temple Sisterhoods.

In The Mitzvah of Healing, readers are able to explore every facet of Jewish healing, from historical perspectives to personal stories, traditional texts t...

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Reaching Godward: Voices From Jewish Spiritual Guidance
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Reaching Godward: Voices From Jewish Spiritual Guidance
Carol Ochs
Item #: 142612

In this thoughtful book, Dr. Carol Ochs draws upon her years of experience as a spiritual guide.

Reaching Godward portrays the quest for connection with God through a series of vignettes, each a composite of people with whom Dr. Ochs has worked. .Each person is different and thus each jo...

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Resilience of the Soul: Developing Emotional and Spiritual Resilience in Adolescents and Their Families
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Resilience of the Soul: Developing Emotional and Spiritual Resilience in Adolescents and Their Families
Rabbi Edyth Held Mencher, LCSW with Yael Shmilovitz
Item #: 516820

Adolescence, one of the most change-filled periods in life, is both turbulent and exciting. New opportunities, emotions, and spiritual challenges seem to be around every corner. To our teenagers, it is important for us to convey a sense that each young person is treasured, to strengthen existing...

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Sacred Parenting: Jewish Wisdom and Practical Guidance for Your Family’s Early Years
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Sacred Parenting: Jewish Wisdom and Practical Guidance for Your Family’s Early Years
Elaine Rose Glickman
Item #: 145000

Parenting can be lonely, isolating, and confusing. Yet parenting is also holy work. In this comprehensive volume, a rabbi and mother of three shares the treasures of Jewish teaching and Jewish thought on parenting. ...

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Gift of Prayer, A: The Spirituality of Jewish Women

What are the prayers that women pray, the meditations of their hearts? Women of Reform Judaism, The Federation of Temple Sisterhoods, has collected the writings of its members and of women rabbis to create this gift book of personal prayers, poetry, reflections and meditations for every occasion in a woman"s life. A Gift of Prayer speaks to women of all faiths, celebrating life"s joys and offering the comfort needed to endure the struggles and crises we all face.

In A Gift of Prayer, women share their hopes and doubts with us-and with God. They grope for understanding, rejoice at the birth of a grandchild, remember seeing a loved one for the last time, or say a blessing upon seeing a rainbow. Their writings are accompanied by the work of Jewish artists on the theme of prayer-prayer inspired by nature, by ritual or by awe of the Divine. The result is a gift of words and art for every woman.

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  • Thirty-eight prayers, poems and meditations
  • Accompanied by the artwork of many gifted contemporary artists
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Yoga Shalom (Book, DVD, and CD)

Yoga Shalom is a unique worship experience that brings together body, mind, and spirit for an extraordinary prayer service. Combining the two powerful spiritual disciplines of Jewish worship and yoga practice, Yoga Shalom leads to deeper understandings of both, or as author Lisa Levine writes of her initial forays into yoga as a cantorial student, “I learned to be more present in my prayers and meditations so I could better pray with and on behalf of my congregation.”

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Duties of the Soul: The Role of Commandments in Liberal Judaism

This outstanding anthology of thirteen essays by esteemed leaders of the Reform rabbinate reexamines the role of mitzvot in liberal Judaism as viewed through philosophical, experiential, and practical contexts. In this groundbreaking collection, Niles E. Goldstein and Peter S. Knobel identify the challenges of living as a Reform Jew in today's rapidly changing world.

Coming from a wide range of experiences and viewpoints, the essayists contend that for Judaism to survive, Reform Jews must find a balance between maintaining a strong presence in the arenas of social action and basic Reform principles and adopting a strong ideology of observance, tradition, and literacy.

  • Includes 13 essays with an introduction by the editors
  • Authoritative works by key leaders of the Reform movement
  • Comprehensive look at today's understanding of mitzvot

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