Becoming a Jew

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Jonathan David Publishers, 1991 - Religion - 462 pages
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The author of the highly popular and widely quoted Jewish Way in Death and Mourning and Jewish Way in Love and Marriage now offers a work designed expressly for non-Jews who are contemplating converting, for those who have already converted, and for Jews by birth who wish to gain insight into their heritage.

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User Review  - Patricia Joynton - Goodreads

This is not a short read. I read a chapter or so every day and then think about it. It will be the one on my list for a long time. Sorta like reading the Bible. A little is far too much. This does not ... Read full review

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User Review  - Tipper - Goodreads

This is meaty, so don't drink milk while reading it (lol - kosher joke). It'll be daunting in one paragraph and uplifting in the next, and it's the sort of book that will either cement your resolve or ... Read full review

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About the author (1991)

Maurice Lamm is the author of many books, including The Jewish Way in Death and Mourning. He is the founder and president of the National Institute for Jewish Hospice, and professor at Yeshiva University's Rabbinical Seminary in New York, where he holds the chair in Professional Rabbinics.

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