A Guide to Jewish Religious Practice

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Jewish Theological Seminary of America, 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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Blessings for Various Occasions 4152
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Liturgy 5375
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Introduction 95102
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