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  1. The Wisdom of Judaism: An Introduction to the Values of the Talmud by Dov Peretz Elkins, 2007-03-08
  2. Symbols of Judaism (Beliefs Symbols) by Marc-Alain Ouaknin, 2000-09
  3. Judaism: The Basics by Jacob Neusner, 2006-09-19
  4. The Messianic Idea in Judaism: And Other Essays on Jewish Spirituality by Gershom Scholem, 1995-05-10
  5. Conservative Judaism: The New Century by Neil Gillman, 1993-07-01
  6. Judaism: History, Belief and Practice by Dan Cohn-Sherbok, Dan Cohn Sherbok, 2003-06-25
  7. Facing Illness, Finding God: How Judaism Can Help You and Caregivers Cope When Body or Spirit Fails by Joseph B. Meszler, 2010-03
  8. Basic Judaism for Young People: Torah (Basic Judaism for Young People Vol. 2) by Cynthia F. Reich, Naomi E. Pasachoff, et all 1996-10-01
  9. Introduction to Second Temple Judaism: History and Religion of the Jews in the Time of Nehemiah, the Maccabees, Hillel, and Jesus by Lester L. Grabbe, 2010-08-10
  10. Judaism and Hellenism: Studies in Their Encounter in Palestine During the Early Hellenistic Period by Martin Hengel, 2003-03
  11. Everything Is God: The Radical Path of Nondual Judaism by Jay Michaelson, 2009-10-13
  12. Conversion to Judaism: A Guidebook by Lawrence J. Epstein, 1994-07-01
  13. Judaism and the Challenges of Modern Life (The Kogod Library of Judaic Studies) by Moshe Halbertal, Donniel Hartman, 2007-12-11
  14. Judaism and Justice: The Jewish Passion to Repair the World by Sidney Schwarz, 2008-03-10

41. Kol Shalom: Community For Humanistic Judaism
Offers a nontheistic alternative in Jewish life. Includes membership information, event calendar, and children's programs.
Note: This site is under construction
Kol Shalom, Community for Humanistic Judaism
Portland, OR
In the Spotlight
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In the Spotlight
Sunday, Feb. 8
Sunday, Feb. 15
Kick-off Transition Meeting
1:00 P.M. Walker Road
(see calendar Welcome to Kol Shalom's web site. Humanistic Judaism is a nontheistic alternative in contemporary Jewish life. It was established by Rabbi Sherwin T. Wine in 1963 in Detroit, Michigan. Humanistic Judaism embraces a human-centered philosophy that combines rational thinking with a celebration of Jewish culture and identity. Humanistic Jews value their Jewish identity and the aspects of Jewish culture that offer a genuine expression of their contemporary way of life. Humanistic Jewish communities celebrate Jewish holidays and life cycle events (such as weddings and bar and bat mitzvah) with inspirational ceremonies that draw upon but go beyond traditional literature. For more information email Calendar Membership Contact Us ... Useful Links For problems with this website email Walter

42. Mysticism In World Religions: Frames Version
Explores the mystical literature of judaism, Christianity, Islam, Buddhism, Hinduism, and Taoism. Consists of quotations from various scriptures and the writings of individual mystics compared and contrasted by topic.
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43. USCJ: United Synagogue Of Conservative Judaism
USCJ BULLETIN BOARD, New Education Directors Institute August 2 6, 2004, New York City Designed for new education directors and
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at Camp Ramah in the Berkshires (Wingdale, NY) Classes will include Application and details. For Learners of All Ages: Summer Study in Israel
Fuchsberg Jerusalem Center click here Ceremony for College-bound Students As high school graduation approaches, many congregations have scheduled a special Shabbat Lekh Lekha: A Ceremony of Going Forth, To order a copy of the Lekh Lekha service click here. Spirit Series CD: The Spirit of the High Holy Days Rabbi Moshe Levin of Cong. Ner Tamid, San Francisco

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45. BBC - Religion & Ethics - Judaism
The essentials. judaism is around 3500 years old. Jews believe Reform judaism emerged in Britain in the nineteenth century. Today, one
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... Help Like this page? Send it to a friend! The essentials Judaism is around 3500 years old. Jews believe that there is only one God and that the Jewish People were specially chosen to receive God's guidance. Find out more The basics Introduction Customs Worship Subdivisions History Beliefs Holy days Features Features Jewish Weddings
A Jewish wedding is one of the cornerstones of the Jewish life cycle and as with all religions, is a great cause for celebration. Orthodox Judaism Orthodox Jews believe in the divinely inspired 'oral tradition'. Rabbi YY Rubinstein explores the history. Reform Judaism Reform Judaism emerged in Britain in the nineteenth century. Today, one sixth of British Jews belong to Reform Judaism. Eruvs Britain's first eruv opened in London in early 2003. Find out how it was created and how it benefits the Jewish community. A-Z of world religions Choose Atheism Baha'i Buddhism Christianity Hinduism Islam Jainism Judaism Mormon Paganism Shinto Sikhism Unitarianism Have your say Newsletter Living Related Links BBCi Latest Jewish news Moses Humanistic Judaism Non-BBC Website of the Chief Rabbi

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47. Judaism|BBC World Service
judaism increase your understanding by reading and hearing about different religions from around the world. BBC World Service, judaism. Introduction.
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The Holocaust of the 1930s and and 40s transformed Jewish demographics-if the Holocaust had not occurred there would now be between 25 and 35 million Jews in the world, and far more of them would live in Europe.
Most Jewish people in the world live in Israel or the USA. The largest European Jewish community is in France. There are 285,000 Jews living in the UK. Only 85,000 of them are active in their faith, but virtually all the others still regard being Jewish as a vital part of their identity.

48. Synagogue Emanu-El
Calendar, services, and overview of this Jewish Congregation affiliated with the United Synagogue of Conservative judaism; located West Ashley.
Synagogue Emanu-El Charleston, SC A Jewish Congregation affiliated with the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism
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WELCOME TO SYNAGOGUE EMANU-EL Synagogue Emanu-El is an egalitarian conservative synagogue located in beautiful Charleston, South Carolina

49. Discover Jewish Wisdom For Living Holidays Spirituality And More
Our classes assume little or no Jewish background, and have achieved a worldwide reputation for making judaism exciting, relevant and userfriendly.
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50. Anshe Emet Synagogue Homepage
Conservative, egalitarian synagogue in the Lakeview neighborhood, and is a member of The United Synagogue of Conservative judaism.
Special News 12 Step Torah June 3, 6:30 - 7:20 p.m. Rabbi Heather Altman. This group explores how the weekly Torah portion can be a tool for recovery from addictions. This is an open meeting. It is not anonymous, but confidentiality will be respected. 12 Step Torah usually meets on the first Thursday of the month. Contact Rabbi Altman with questions or to confirm meeting dates. (773 868-5133 or with Rabbi Cosgrove
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The Greater Chicago Jewish Folk Arts Festival
Israel Israel Program Opportunities - all the information about programs in Israel
International Events take center stage with two speakers this month:

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51. URJ Home Page
Searchable Index Website Survey Privacy Policy. To the Reform judaism Home Page. Copyright © 2004, Union for Reform judaism.

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52. Plants And Judaism
Illlustrated description of Seven Kinds of plants with which the Land of Israel has been blessed
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Plants and Judaism
The Seven Kinds with which the Land of Israel has been blessed
The Land of Israel has been blessed with seven kinds of cereals and fruits, that during certain periods in history brought wealth and prosperity to the population, and during others just served its sustenance.
The bible describes the country as follows:
A land of wheat, and barley, and vines, and fig trees, and pomegranates; a land of oil olive, and honey (meaning here dates) [Deuteronomy 8:8] The phrase became associated with fertility, luck and good fortune. The plants mentioned in it are: Triticum aestivum Linnaeus and Triticum durum Desfontaines, Hordeum vulgare Linnaeus, Vitis vinifera Linnaeus, Ficus carica Linnaeus, Punica granatum Linnaeus, Olea europea Linnaeus and Phoenix dactylifera Linnaeus, respectively.
Many of these crops were domesticated in the "Fertile Crescent", presently the area stretching from Iraq, through Turkey-Syria-Lebanon, Israel to Egypt.
In Israel, situated at the central part of this region, these crops have thus been cultivated since ancient times. Scientific studies aiming at improving some of them presently take place in the Institution for Cereal Crops Improvement , associated with the Department of Botany.

53. Shaarey Tefilah Home Page
Congregation affiliated with the Union for Tradtional judaism. Services, events, classes, tefilagram, and Megilah project detailed.
Shaarey Tefilah
785 West 16th Avenue
Vancouver, BC V5Z 1S8
Next Friday Night Service May 14 @ 7:00 pm Saturday Services 9:00 am Check the Eruv ABOUT SERVICES EVENTS ...
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The next Friday night service is this Friday, April 30. Saturday services are being held at the Jewish Community Center on W. 41st to accomodate the crowd for the Friedlanders' Bar Mitzvah.
May 14-15 is a Shabbaton featuring Rabbi Bruce. Be sure to come and meet this candidate rabbi.
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Next Friday's Shabbat evening services will be at 7:00 pm, not 6:00 pm as previously advertised.
posted by webmaster on Saturday, April 10, 2004 First born male? Even if you're not, attend the Siyum B’Chorim on April 5 at 7 am. Passover services will be held the mornings of April 6, 7, 12 and 13 at 9 am. posted by webmaster on Monday, March 29, 2004 ABOUT SERVICES EVENTS CLASSES ... LINKS Send comments and suggestions to

54. URJ - Reform Judaism Magazine
Preview Next Issue. Article Search. Reform judaism Prize for Jewish Fiction. Union for Reform judaism Home Page. Copyright © 2004, Union for Reform judaism.
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The fence is a high-stakes gamble, offering both enormous promise and risk. On the one hand, it offers the promise of both...
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Ever since the beginning of civilization, men have built barriers to keep their enemies out. The first towns relied on walls for protection, and as Full text SAVING LIVES By Daniel Taub The suicide bomber who blew up the number 14 bus in Jerusalem yesterday [February 22, 2004], murdering 8 people, and wounding... Full text BACK IN THE GHETTO By Sarah Ozacky-Lazar I'll spill it right away: I oppose the erection of a wall in the heart of my country and so close to my home. I reject its high cost, and I detest...

55. JOI-Jewish Organizing Initiative
Provides Jewish young adults oneyear paid fellowships in community organizing. Fellows are trained in organizing skills and educated in judaism's religious, ethical, and historical tradition of working with groups for social and economic justice.
Giving Jewish young adults a chance to work for justice and social change as part of a Jewish community... The Jewish Organizing Initiative (JOI) offers young adults a chance to work for justice and create a meaningful Jewish community that can support and sustain them in working for justice.
The Fellowship Program
JOI recruits young Jewish adults from all over the world for a year of leadership training that includes: working for social and economic justice, Jewish learning, training in grass roots community organizing skills, and Jewsih community building. The fellowship year involves work in social justice community or labor organizations, generally in low-income community organizations, (sometimes in the Jewish community) and weekly learning and reflection about organizing for justice, Judaism and community buidling. Since 1998 we have operated a program in Boston, MA, USA that can be a model for other cities. How does JOI foster social justice?

56. Congregation Bnai Israel Home Page
Encourage religious, social, cultural, civic and educational activities, and public understanding of judaism.
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57. Judaism Table Of Contents
judaism. Ancient Jewish History; Ashkenazim; Bibliography of judaism; The Birth and Evolution of judaism; The Synagogue; Who is a Jew? Women in judaism.

58. Congregation Anshei Israel Home Page
Affiliated with the United Synagogue of Conservative judaism, and home to an awardwinning preschool through kindergarten program. Detailed and comprehensive in scope.
Shalom! A People with Dreams The great quality of the Jews is that they have been able to dream through all the long and dreary centuries; and mankind has credited them with another quality, the power to realize their dreams. Don't just join... BELONG!
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Judaic values in accordance with the Principles of Conservative Judaism.
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59. Timeline For The History Of Judaism
Timeline for the History of judaism. The Dawn of “History”; Context of Ancient Israelite Religion; judaism After the Babylonian Exile;
Timeline for the History of Judaism

60. Sha'arit Yisrael
Beliefs, description of Messianic judaism, location and calendar.
Kehilat Sha'arit Yisrael
A Messianic Jewish Synagogue
Affirming Yeshua (Jesus) as the Jewish Messiah
Are you seeking the presence of God in your life and in your worship service? Is something missing from your own church service that you just can't put your finger on? Perhaps you can find what you are looking for at our synagogue!
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About our Shabbat Service Messianic Judaism Calendar ... Affiliations *Calendar updated Apr 18, 2004
LOCATION : 254 S. Academy Blvd., Colorado Springs, CO 80906
Phone: (719) 638-1477

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