A Brief Guide to Judaism: Theology, History and Practice
The Jewish religion is one of the major faiths of the world yet also one of the least understood.Brawer presents the argument that Judaism is caught between heaven and the earth and shows how, through its practice and history, the foundations of Jewish-ness were built.The book is structured in an accessible manner with sections on theology, history, practice as well as the role of religion in the modern world. There is also a guide to the many denominations of Judaism.
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