A Guide to Jewish Religious Practice

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KTAV Publishing House, Inc., 1979 - Religion - 588 pages
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An extensive treatment of the laws determining customary Jewish practices is presented in light of religious sources and the Conservative movement and concerns such areas as marriage, holidays and observations, and dietary restrictions
 

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An insightful book on Conservative Judaism. Written by a Rabbi this book addresses prayer, dietary laws, services, etc., while it's heavy this book is a must read for the convert, would-be convert and Jew who is looking to increase their knowledge and devotion. Read full review

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Contents

Blessings for Various Occasions 4152
41
Liturgy 5375
54
Introduction 95102
95
Pesaḥ I 103118
104
PesaḥII 119130
120
Sefirah and Shavuot 141153
141
Sukkot 155173
155
The Days of Awe II 189202
189
The Dietary Laws IV
335
Porging 348 Removal of Forbidden Fat 349 Soaking 350
350
Salting 351 Broiling
356
The Laws of Marriage 1 379405
379
The Laws of Marriage II 407418
407
Ritual Circumcision 419432
419
Adoption 433438
433
The Dissolution of Marriage 1 449464
449

The Days of Awe III 203214
203
The Days of Awe IV 215224
215
The Minor Festivals 225240
225
Public Fasts 241253
241
Rosh Hodesh 255268
255
The Dietary Laws 1 Shehitah 301312
301
Structure of the Lungs 315 Defects in the Lungs 315 Colora
320
The Dissolution of Marriage II Divorce 465473
465
The Dissolution of Marriage III
475
Family Purity Tohorat Hamishpaḥah 1 509516
509
Supplement 523534
523
Bibliography 535554
535
Index compiled by Robert J Milch 555600
555
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