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Jews, their religious beliefs and practices

Alan Unterman - Religion - 1981 - 272 pages
In this revised and fully updated introduction to Jewish beliefs and practices the author demonstrates that Judiaism is a living religion which retains the vitality apparent in ...
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The Encyclopedia of Judaism

Geoffrey Wigoder - Religion - 1989 - 768 pages
Fifteen hundred specially commissioned articles cover Jewish history and culture, including festivals, rituals, important individuals of the past, and prominent synagogues
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Becoming a Jew

Maurice Lamm - Religion - 1991 - 462 pages
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Gateway to Judaism: The What, how and why of Jewish Life

Mordechai Becher - Religion - 2005 - 518 pages
Gateway to Judaism is an insider's engaging look at the mindset, values, and practices of Judaism in the 21st Century.
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Problems with Prayers: Studies in the Textual History of Early Rabbinic Liturgy

Stefan C. Reif - Religion - 2006 - 369 pages
Much of the primary research summarized here relates to Cambridge Genizah manuscripts, a thousand-year-old source that testifies to liturgical (as well, of course, as non ...
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The Jewish Life Cycle: Custom, Lore and Iconography : Jewish Customs from ...

Daniel Sperber - Religion - 2008 - 676 pages
This volume describes the major "rites of passage" of the Jewish life cycle. From birth, through circumcision, to marriage, divorce, sickness, death and mourning, Daniel ...
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Jewish Traditions: A JPS Guide

Ronald L. Eisenberg - Religion - 2010 - 752 pages
In an encyclopedic reference for anyone who wants information about all things Jewish, Eisenberg distills an immense amount of material from classic and contemporary sources ...
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Celebration and Renewal: Rites of Passage in Judaism

Rela M. Geffen - Religion - 1993 - 277 pages
Explains such life-cycle events as birth, marriage, midlife, sickness, religious conversion, and mourning as viewed, experienced, and treated from a Jewish perspective.
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Chapters 1-96

Asher Meir - Commandments (Judaism) - 2005 - 916 pages
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