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And God Spoke These Words: The Ten Commandments and Contemporary Ethics
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And God Spoke These Words: The Ten Commandments and Contemporary Ethics
Item #: 405600

In And God Spoke These Words, Rabbi Sonsino draws on commentators from Maimonides to Mel Brooks to explore how the Ten Commandments have been interpreted—and misinterpreted—for generations. He examines the religious and legal texts of the Israelites’...

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Broken Fragments: Jewish Experiences of Alzheimer's Disease through Diagnosis, Adaptation, and Moving On
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Broken Fragments: Jewish Experiences of Alzheimer's Disease through Diagnosis, Adaptation, and Moving On
Rabbi Douglas J. Kohn
Item #: 510900

After Moses shattered the first set of Ten Commandments, destroying them with the Golden Calf, he placed the broken fragments in the Aron Hakodesh (Holy Ark) alongside the new tablets. From this the Talmud teaches, "Respect the aged, because the fragments ...

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Choosing Judaism (Revised Edition)
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Choosing Judaism (Revised Edition)
Lydia Kukoff
Item #: 101305

In print for over 20 years, Choosing Judaism has become a classic guide for individuals considering conversion.


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Did Moses Really Have Horns?  And Other Myths About Jews and Judaism
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Did Moses Really Have Horns? And Other Myths About Jews and Judaism
Rifat Sonsino
Item #: 405400

Why did generations of people grow up thinking that Jews really had horns? Did Eve really eat an apple, and if not, why does everyone think she did? Did Noah’s ark really exist? Did Moses really write the Torah?

This fascinating book explores these and many other assumptio...

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Duties of the Soul: The Role of Commandments in Liberal Judaism
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Duties of the Soul: The Role of Commandments in Liberal Judaism
Edited with an introduction by Niles E. Goldstein and Peter S. Knobel
Item #: 166003

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...

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Entree to Judaism for Families: Jewish Cooking and Kitchen Conversations with Children
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Entree to Judaism for Families: Jewish Cooking and Kitchen Conversations with Children
Tina Wasserman
Item #: 510650

Entrée to Judaism for Families:Jewish Cooking and Kitchen Conversations with Children , available in both print and interactive digital editions, helps children gain...

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Entree to Judaism:  A Culinary Exploration of the Jewish Diaspora
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Entree to Judaism: A Culinary Exploration of the Jewish Diaspora
Tina Wasserman
Item #: 510600

NEW COOKBOOK! Includes over 275 recipes and dozens of full color photos. Features "Tina's Tidbits," fun facts and great cooking tips for every recipe. Accessible, easy-to-follow recipes for the novice home cook and expert chef alike.


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Finding Each Other In Judaism
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Finding Each Other In Judaism
Harold Schulweis
Item #: 166002

Drawing from both traditional and contemporary Jewish sources, this book explores Jewish life-cycle passages such as birth, bar/bat mitzvah, conversion, marriage, illness, and the end of life. Using profound insights, meditations and poetry on the events and rites that frame Jewish life, Rabbi Sc...

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Finding God: Selected Responses (Revised Edition)
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Finding God: Selected Responses (Revised Edition)
Rifat Sonsino and Daniel B. Syme
Item #: 571300

Finding God, by way of essays on significant Jewish thinkers, attempts to answer the questions looming above us all: What is God? Is there more than one God? How can we know God? What does God "want" from us? How does God relate to me? This latest edition of Finding God inclu...

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Finding Words
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Finding Words
Merle Feld
Item #: 571500

Merle Feld's latest poetry collection explores the beauty and challenges of family, the complexities of adult friendships, and the holiness found in the ordinary moments of life.

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For the Sake of Zion, Reform Zionism:  A Personal Mission
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For the Sake of Zion, Reform Zionism: A Personal Mission
Richard G. Hirsch
Item #: 386060

After serving as founding director of the Religious Action Center in Washington, DC, Rabbi Richard Hirsch moved to israel to lead the World Union for Progressive Judaism and become a tireless advocate for the global Reform Jewish community.


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Galilee Diary:  Reflections on Daily Life in Israel
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Galilee Diary: Reflections on Daily Life in Israel
Marc Rosenstein
Item #: 549601

For most American Jews, Israel is only seen through the lens of the political debate, the impressions of the news report, or the windows of a tour bus. Begun as a weekly online essay in response to the Second Intifada in 2000,
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Gender Gap, The:  A Congregational Guide for Beginning the Conversation about Men's Involvement in Synagogue Life
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Gender Gap, The: A Congregational Guide for Beginning the Conversation about Men's Involvement in Synagogue Life
Item #: 467902

Studies report decreased involvement in Jewish communal life on the part of both men and boys. Anecdotal information backs up this trend. There are often more women than men at services, more girls than boys in youth groups, and more women than men on the synagogue boards. What is behind these nu...

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Gift of Prayer, A: The Spirituality of Jewish Women
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Gift of Prayer, A: The Spirituality of Jewish Women
Women of Reform Judaism
Item #: 510072

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 ...

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Growing Jewish Minds, Growing Jewish Souls:  Promoting Spiritual, Social, and Emotional Growth in Jewish Education
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Growing Jewish Minds, Growing Jewish Souls: Promoting Spiritual, Social, and Emotional Growth in Jewish Education
Jeffrey S. Kress
Item #: 160010

What is the goal of Jewish education? Is it to fill students’ brains with Jewish knowledge? Or is it to fill their hearts and souls with Jewish values?

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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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