Living Judaism: the complete guide to Jewish belief, tradition, and practice

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HarperSan Francisco, Oct 19, 1995 - Religion - 385 pages
At last, the book that the American Jewish community has long awaited! Combining the worlds of quality scholarship and sacred spirit, Living Judaism is an engaging overview of the Jewish faith - a perfect introduction for people with little knowledge of Jewish history, tradition, or practice and an equally thought-provoking guide for those already steeped in Jewish life. Writing in language that is clear, simple, and direct, Rabbi Dosick makes complex ideas and issues easy to understand.

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To read "Living Judaism" is to learn of Judaism's great beliefs and traditions and to appreciate the rich heritage out of which Christianity was born...It should be read by every Jew, Christian, and Muslim who wants to understand Judaism & celebrate faith Read full review

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IN THE BEGINNING
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GOD TOR AH AND ISRAEL
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JEWISH BELIEFS 1 God
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