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 Mishkan T'filah,
and new sections exploring the impact of changes in the movement and
the world at large over the last decade, including same-sex marriage,
conversion, bioethics, and justification of war. Jewish Living
is an ideal gift for b'nei mitzvah, confirmation, and graduation, and
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A Reform Judaism Reader chronicles the history of Reform Judaism from its roots in Western Europe until today. Included in the book are historical documents and writings by renowned authors that reflect the on-going evolution of Reform Judaism. These entries form a resource of enormous importance to anyone interested in the Reform movement's history, its present status, and its current direction.
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