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Vern L. Bengtson, Joan F. Robertson, National Institute for the Family (U.S.), William Petschek National Jewish Family Center - Social Science - 1985 - 240 pages
Multiple perspectives on both traditional and emerging aspects of grandparenthood are brought together in this volume. These perspectives are drawn from a variety of ...
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Responses to Suffering in Classical Rabbinic Literature

David Kraemer Associate Professor of Talmud and Rabbinics Jewish Theological Seminary - Religion - 1994 - 288 pages
The existence of suffering poses an obvious problem for the monotheistic religions. Why does an all-powerful, benevolent God allow humans to suffer? And given that God does ...
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Prayer in Judaism

Bernard Martin - Bible - 1968 - 270 pages
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Religion and the Individual: A Jewish Perspective

Louis Jacobs - Religion - 1992 - 163 pages
Through a careful analysis of the primary texts, Jacobs conducts a thorough survey of some of the most important instances where the individual is discussed in the Jewish ...
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The Banality of Good and Evil: Moral Lessons from the Shoah and Jewish Tradition

David R. Blumenthal - Philosophy - 1999 - 336 pages
People who helped exterminate Jews during the shoah (Hebrew for "holocaust") often claimed that they only did what was expected of them. Intrigued by hearing the same response ...
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Political Discourse in Exile: Karl Marx and the Jewish Question

Dennis K. Fischman - Business & Economics - 1991 - 145 pages
Over the years, Karl Marx's tangled relation with Judaism has provoked heated debate among followers and critics alike. Can the Jewish tradition better help us understand Marx ...
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