The Reform Judaism Reader: North American Documents
This classic reference book chronicles the history of Reform Judaism. Historical documents and writings by renowned authors that reflect the on-going evolution of Reform Judaism are included. This book will aid the reader in understanding the changing issues that have occurred since its establishment. This timely book traces the development of Reform Judaism in light of the ideas contained in the Statement of Principles for Reform Judaism adopted at the 1999 Pittsburgh Convention of the Central Conference of American Rabbis. The book covers such areas as theology, social action, the Sabbath, and education.
-- Ideal for high school and adult study
-- Classic reference for every Reform Jewish home and library
-- Each document preceded by an introduction by the authors
-- Online study guide available at www.uahcpress.com
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