1 edition of Why Judaism matters found in the catalog.
Why Judaism matters
John L. Rosove
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Rabbi John L. Rosove ; afterword by Daniel and David Rosove|
|LC Classifications||BM197 .R65 2017|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 132 pages|
|Number of Pages||132|
|ISBN 10||1683367057, 1683367065|
|ISBN 10||9781683367055, 9781683367062|
|LC Control Number||2017033298|
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The Jewish Community is deeply concerned about the future of our youth. Our colleague John Rosove has written a truly superb book that addresses this challenge: "Why Judaism Matters —Letters of a Liberal Rabbi to his Children and the Millennial Generation".5/5(23).
Why Judaism Matters book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Presented Why Judaism matters book the form of letters from a rabbi to his sons, Why Judaism /5. Why Judaism Matters: Letters of a Liberal Rabbi to his Children and the Millennial Generation - Kindle edition by Rosove, Rabbi John.
Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Why Judaism Matters: Letters of a Liberal Rabbi to his Children and the Millennial Generation.5/5(23).
"Rabbi Rosove has written a wonderful book, a love letter to his children, and through them, to all our children. Prodigiously knowledgeable, exceedingly wise, and refreshingly honest, Rabbi Rosove has described why Judaism matters. It should serve as a touching testament of faith, spanning the generations for generations to come."Brand: Los Angeles.
My book “Why Judaism Matters – Letters of a Liberal Rabbi to His Children and the Millennial Generation” is a common sense guide and road map for a generation of young men and women who find. Discover how the tennents of Judaism still apply in our modern world. Presented in the form of letters from a rabbi to his sons, Why Judaism Matters is common sense guidance and a road map for a new generation of young men and women who find Jewish orthodoxy, tradition, issues, and beliefs impenetrable in 21st Century society.
By intimately illustrating how the tenets of Judaism still apply in. Joshua Teplitsky joins us to discuss his book Prince of the Press and the broader issue of the history of Jewish books and book of the Press is a fantastic book, and it opens up a great set of issues about the meaning of books and libraries in Jewish culture, the process of accumulating and transmitting Jewish learning over the generations, as well as how we understand Jewish.
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Wolpe follows in a literary tradition that stretches from Cardinal Newman to C. Lewis to Thomas Reviews: Judaism (originally from Hebrew יהודה, Yehudah, "Judah"; via Latin and Greek) is an ethnic religion comprising the collective religious, cultural and legal tradition and civilization of the Jewish people.
Judaism is considered by religious Jews to be the expression of the covenant that God established with the Children of Israel. It encompasses a wide body of texts, practices, theological. A good example is the way Jewish tradition understood one of the most traumatic and consequential events in Jewish history: the Jewish War of 66.
Judaism is a religion built on a foundation of memory. In his masterwork on the subject, “Zakhor: Jewish History and Jewish Memory,” the historian Yosef Haim Yerushalmi notes that the Hebrew word for remember — zachor — is repeated nearly times in the Hebrew Bible, with both Israel and God commanded to remember: to remember the Sabbath, to remember the covenant, to remember the.
I LOVED this book. If you are secularly Jewish but don’t feel super-connected In a meaningful way to your Judaism, this book is for you. If you are well-educated Jewishly but can’t articulate why your religion matters (or why it should, or if it could) in your life today, this book is for you/5(86).
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Jews who keep Shabbos do not drive or work or go shopping on Shabbos. Some people make this a reason to dislike Jews. Some Jews have reacted to persecution and feel negative about the persecutors. Some people see this as a reason to dislike Jews. What a shock when Christians encounter a Jewish mode of reading these same books.
As the Jewish scholar Moshe Goshen-Gottstein put it. John is the author of Why Judaism Matters – Letters of a Liberal Rabbi to his Children and the Millennial Generation, published in by Jewish Lights Publishing, a division of Turner Publishing Company.
John writes a regular blog on the Los Angeles Jewish Journal web-site & his own wordpress blog. "Jewish Matters" will help answer (or get you thinking about) the deeper questions of life.
Because this book only contains brief essays, anyone who wants a more in-depth discussion on a particular subject will have to explore more books limited to only one topic. In sum, this book is an excellent stepping stone to a variety of spiritual s: 6. Let each of us rethink why Judaism matters and why Israel matters as we together make today a new beginning and move our communities from where they are to where they ought to be.
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