The Book of Jewish Practice
A practical guide to Jewish rituals and customes instructs the reader how to translate Jewish beliefs and concepts into concrete practices and deeds. the twenty short chapters provide information through the text and the use of captioned.
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Belief in Action 1 ft ___ Contents
Study of the Torah
Charity and Benevolence
Birth and Education
Shavuot and Sefirat HaOmer
Hanukkah and Purim
Prayers and Blessings
Death and Mourning
The Dietary Laws
Duties of the Heart
Amidah ancient animals asked benediction biblical Book bread candle celebration ceremony charity commanded custom death deeds Deuteronomy dietary laws dishes drink eaten ethical etrog Exodus fast father festival first-born forbidden four give given God's hametz hand Hanukkah Hasidic Hasidim Hayyim head tefillin heart Hebrew honor human Israel Jews Judaism JuJav kaddish keep kiddush kindling kosher learning Lord Maimonides matzah meal means meat Megillah menorah mezuzah milk mitzvah mitzvot mourning night obligation observed Omer one's parchment parents Passover permitted person pittem poor practice prayer Purim Rabbis reason Rebbe recited religious rituals Rosh Hashanah Sabbath sanctity scholar Seder Sefer Torah Shavuot shehitah Shema Shemini Atzeret shevarim shofar soul study the Torah sukkah Sukkot synagogue taJJit Talmud teachers tekiah tekiah Temple teruah thread tion Tisha Be-Av tradition treyfah Tzedakah tzitzit verse wear whole wine word wrong Yom Kippur