Choosing Judaism

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URJ Books and Music, Jan 1, 2005 - Religion - 138 pages
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In print for over 20 years, Choosing Judaism has become a classic guide for individuals considering conversion. By sharing her own story, Lydia Kukoff creates a remarkable work about what it means to make this significant choice. Years after her own conversion she continues to question, grow, and learn, and encourages others to do the same.
  

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User Review  - Karen - Goodreads

I really think this is a book for not only converts and Jew Enthusiasts, but also for Jewish and non-Jewish family members. While my experiences as an "outsider" are not the same as Kukoff's, I found her insights and suggestions to be interesting and helpful. Read full review

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User Review  - Victoria Scearcy - Goodreads

This book offers a great perspective on conversion and helped me to see that some of the things I have been going through during my own journey are common. It was recommended by my Rabbi and I would recommend it to anyone going through or considering conversion. Read full review

Contents

Personal Stories
1
Your NonJewish Family
21
Your Jewish Family
35
If You Are Single
51
The Jewish Life Cycle
69
Your Jewish Community
87
Some Basic Jewish Books for Your Home
111
About the Author
139
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Kukoff is a freelance writer and author.

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