A Taste of Torah: An Introduction to Thirteen Challenging Bible Stories

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URJ Press, 2006 - Religion - 136 pages
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The Torah is the central text of Judaism, but for many of us, Torah study is intimidating at first. A Taste of Torah provides an introduction to the technique of Torah study and the use of Bible commentaries, providing essential background related to the text. This volume also explores biblical themes and motifs, inherent problems and contradictions within the text, and questions for further study and debate. Includes vocalized Hebrew and English texts of selected Torah excerpts. Through A Taste of Torah, studetns of all ages and backgrounds are prepared for more in-depth Torah study.

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Ronald is the rabbi of Temple Sholom in Bridgewater New Jersey.

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