Love, Marriage, and Family in Jewish Law and Tradition

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Jason Aronson, Incorporated, Feb 1, 1996 - Family & Relationships - 416 pages
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Love, Marriage, and Family in the JewishLaw and Tradition is everything you wanted to know about the Jewish view on marriage, sexuality, and child bearing in clear and concise language. This comprehensive book looks to inform the reader about all the Jewish laws concerning family, marriage, procreation, and child rearing.
 

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Contents

Love
75
The Jewish Approach to Sex
111
Planning The Nuptials
147
The Wedding
169
The Married State
193
The Jewish Family
279
Afterword
319
Notes
321
Glossary
367
Bibliography of Selected Hebrew Sources
373
Bibliography of Selected English Sources
377
Index
379
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Dr. Michael Kauffman, a distinguished scholar and author, studied at Yeshiva and Mesivta Torah Vodaath, Telshe Yeshiva, Brooklyn College, and the University of Lousiville. He has published numerous books and studies on Judaism and Jewish art and culture. He also served as a consultant for the Encyclopedia Judaica.

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