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  1. When Judaism Meets Science

    Roger L. Price

    Wipf and Stock / APR 2019

    This book seeks to confront the challenge that science presents to the traditional pillars of Judaism. It identifies and analyzes a wide variety of issues, including some contemporary sacred... read more »
  2. Two Jews, Three Opinions

    Barbara Sheklin Davis

    Resource / MAR 2019

    Two Jews, Three Opinions examines a unique educational movement that began in 1980 when eight school leaders met to create RAVSAK: the Jewish Community Day School Network, an association of... read more »
  3. Truth Springs from the Earth

    Morris M. Faierstein

    Pickwick / APR 2018

    Rabbi Menahem Mendel of Kotsk (1787–1859) was one of the most interesting and challenging figures of Hasidism in the nineteenth century. His search for truth and battles against falsehood and... read more »
  4. Torah Told Different

    Andrew Ramer

    Resource / AUG 2016

    What Dorothy discovered in Oz and Alice discovered in Wonderland you'll discover here: a parallel reality where a third temple rose and fell in antiquity, women were ordained in the fifth century... read more »
  5. The Jewish New Year Festival

    Norman H. Snaith

    Wipf and Stock / AUG 2016

    "This study has its origin in a twenty-year-old interest in Sigmund Mowinckel's theory of an annual new year Coronation Feast of Jehovah in Israel. The first outcome of this interest was a volume... read more »
  6. The Heartbeat of the Prophetic

    Marc H. Ellis

    Wipf and Stock / SEP 2017

    In volume one of this multi-volume series, Marc Ellis explores the essence of the prophetic by intertwining the context of ordinary life and the explosive reality of Jewish identity, the Holocaust... read more »
  7. The Hasidic Moses

    Aryeh Wineman

    Pickwick / FEB 2019

    In The Hasidic Moses, Aryeh Wineman invites readers to join him on a journey through various eighteenth- and nineteenth-century Hasidic texts that interpret the life of Moses. Such texts... read more »
  8. The Forgotten Sage

    Maurice D. Harris

    Cascade / MAY 2019

    Just after the Roman destruction of Jerusalem in 70 C.E., there lived a poor and ugly nail-maker who was also, for a time, the leading rabbi of his generation. His name was Joshua ben Hananiah, and... read more »
  9. Open Minds, Devoted Hearts

    Sarah Tauber

    Pickwick / JUL 2015

    How do religious educators meaningfully engage adult learners? How do they invite adults to begin a learning journey and inspire them to stay on it? In an era of "spiritual but not religious," how... read more »
  10. Of Tribes and Tribulations

    Kenneth D. Roseman

    Wipf and Stock / DEC 2014

    If you've ever been uncomfortable or confused by the conventional wisdom of traditional religious beliefs, read this book. In Of Tribes and Tribulations, Rabbi Roseman addresses twelve of... read more »

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