Torah Told Different
Stories for a Pan/Poly/Post-Denominational World
Imprint: Resource Publications
"Andrew Ramer has opened doors of the heart to words and worlds of Torah that have been waiting for our discovery and exploration. This masterful work invites each of us to discover, dream, dance, and sing new Torah, new truth, revealing new sources of strength for living in our magnificent, complex, challenging, heartbreaking, beautiful world."
--Sue Levi Elwell, Rabbi, Scholar in Residence, Washington Hebrew Congregation
"Part memoir, part deep dive into text, and part wild invention, Andrew Ramer's stories captivate, instruct, and always, always delight."
--David Wolpe, Rabbi; Author of David: The Divided Heart
"Andrew Ramer has produced a lucid, beautifully crafted work of extraordinary imagination and learning. Reading in-between the lines of biblical and post-biblical texts, he opens these up in ways whimsical and earnest, and consistently compelling."
--Steven J. Zipperstein, Daniel E. Koshland Professor in Jewish Culture and History, Stanford University
"In this book biblical figures find themselves clothed in new daring stories. And figures who should have been there to begin with now leap forth to greet and invite us into their life; thanks to them and to Andrew, we find ourselves traversing new worlds. These are journeys not to be missed."
--Tamara Cohn Eskenazi, Rabbi, The Effie Wise Ochs Professor of Biblical Literature and History, Hebrew Union College--Jewish Institute of Religion