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  1. Burning Children

    Marc H. Ellis

    Wipf and Stock / SEP 2017

    This collection of commentaries, written during the recent Gaza war as it unfolded, represents an attempt of one Jew on behalf of Jews of Conscience everywhere, to come to grips with the state of... read more »
  2. Finding Hope and Faith in the Face of Death

    Stephen A. Karol

    Cascade / APR 2018

    This book is about giving people hope and faith, comfort and inspiration when a death occurs. It is based on my experiences throughout my forty-year career as a rabbi in helping my congregants deal... read more »
  3. From Gratitude to Blessings and Back

    Marilyn Price, David A. Teutsch

    Resource / SEP 2017

    An exquisite combination of Judaism’s common blessings, stories from everyday life, and tales and wisdom from Jewish tradition, this book is a source of inspiration and a cause for... read more »
  4. In Search of Theological Modesty

    William Liss-Levinson

    Resource / MAY 2015

    The twenty-first century is emerging as a challenging time for people with faith-based traditions who also seek paths of openness to pluralistic voices and streams of spirituality. In Search of... read more »
  5. Interfaith Activism

    Harold Kasimow

    Wipf and Stock / NOV 2015

    Abraham Joshua Heschel was the towering religious figure of American Jewry in the twentieth century. In Interfaith Activism, Harold Kasimow, who is known for his work on Heschel and on... read more »
  6. Jews of Conscience

    Marc H. Ellis

    Wipf and Stock / JUL 2018

    Influenced by the Jewish ethical tradition and the dissonance of Jewish life after the Holocaust, Professor Marc H. Ellis has sought to revive the Jewish ethical tradition in the face of the... read more »
  7. 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 »
  8. 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 »
  9. 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 »
  10. 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 »

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