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URJ Books And Music :: Bar/Bat Mitzvah Preparation :: Torah: A Women's Commentary, The

Torah: A Women's Commentary, The
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ISBN: 978-0-8074-1081-3

Languages: English, Hebrew
Torah: A Women's Commentary, The

Editors: Tamara Cohn Eskenazi and Andrea Weiss

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Weight 3.70 lbs
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The groundbreaking volume The Torah: A Women's Commentary, published by URJ Press and Women of Reform Judaism, has been awarded the top prize in the oldest Jewish literary award program, the 2008 National Jewish Book Awards.

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This import work is the result of 14 years of planning, research, and fundraising.

For questions about the Commentary or to order in high volume for your congregation, please call customer service at URJ Books and Music at 212-650-4120.

THE HISTORY: At the 39th Women of Reform Judaism Assembly in San Francisco, Cantor Sarah Sager challenged Women of Reform Judaism delegates to "imagine women feeling permitted, for the first time, feeling able, feeling legitimate in their study of Torah." WRJ accepted that challenge. The Torah: A Women's Commentary was introduced at the Union for Reform Judaism 69th Biennial Convention in San Diego in December 2007.

WRJ has commissioned the work of the world's leading Jewish female Bible scholars, rabbis, historians, philosophers and archaeologists. Their collective efforts resulted in the first comprehensive commentary, authored only by women, on the Five Books of Moses, including individual Torah portions as well as the Hebrew and English translation.

The Torah: A Women's Commentary gives dimension to the women's voices in our tradition. Under Editor Dr. Tamara Cohn Eskenazi's skillful leadership, this commentary provides insight and inspiration for all who study Torah: men and women, Jew and non-Jew. As Dr. Eskenazi has eloquently stated, "we want to bring the women of the Torah from the shadow into the limelight, from their silences into speech, from the margins to which they have often been relegated to the center of the page - for their sake, for our sake and for our children's sake."

(Dimensions 10 1/4" h x 7 5/8" w x 1 3/4" d)

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