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  1. Radical Judaism: Rethinking God and Tradition (The Franz Rosenzweig Lecture Series) by Arthur Green, 2010-03-23
  2. Judaism for Dummies by Ted Falcon, David Blatner, 2001-04-10
  3. Introduction to Judaism: A Source Book by Lydia Kukoff, 1999-04-01
  4. Essential Judaism: A Complete Guide to Beliefs, Customs & Rituals by George Robinson, 2001-08-28
  5. Living Judaism: The Complete Guide to Jewish Belief, Tradition, and Practice by Wayne D. Dosick, 1998-07-01
  6. The Complete Idiot's Guide to Understanding Judaism, 2nd Edition by Rabbi Benjamin Blech, 2003-09-02
  7. Basic Judaism (Harvest Book.) by Milton Steinberg, 1965-03-17
  8. Judaism: A Very Short Introduction (Very Short Introductions) by Norman Solomon, 2000-06-15
  9. Nine Questions People Ask About Judaism by Dennis Prager, Joseph Telushkin, 1986-04-21
  10. Choosing Judaism by Lydia Kukoff, 2005-01-01
  11. Entree to Judaism: A Culinary Exploration of the Jewish Diaspora by Tina Wasserman, 2009-10-31
  12. Choosing a Jewish Life: A Handbook for People Converting to Judaism and for Their Family and Friends by Anita Diamant, 1998-02-24
  13. What I Wish My Christian Friends Knew about Judaism by Robert Schoen, 2004-04
  14. Embracing Judaism by Simcha Kling, Carl M. Perkins, 1999-12-30

161. Exodus-2. Messianic Ministry For Jews
Read practical information about Messianic judaism and immigration to Israel in English or Russian.
HOME MESSIANIC JUDAISM MASHIAH SPIRITUAL ADVICE ... RUSSIAN The Jewish Messianic Site about Immigration of The Jews from The Land of The North to The Holy Land, to Zion. Not by might, nor by power, but by my spirit, saith the LORD of hosts. Zechariah 4:6 Thus saith the LORD of hosts; Behold, I will save my people from the east country, and from the west country; And I will bring them, and they shall dwell in the midst of Jerusalem: and they shall be my people, and I will be their God, in truth and in righteousness. Zechariah 8:7-8. INTERVIEW : Questions are answered by the pastor Messianic community in Israel Leon Mazin (Haifa) Messianic centre "Oasis" in Israel. Daniel Gruber " TORAH AND THE NEW COVENANT " TOS - Trumpet of Salvation to Israel (J.Damkani, Israel) Our Å-mail Our banner: <a href=""><img src="" alt="Exodus-2, Messianic Ministry, Photo of Israel" width="88" height="31"></a> Exodus-2

162. Welcome To The Department Of Religion
The Department of Religion is one of the largest Humanities departments at Duke and one of the most prestigious departments of religion in the entire country. The Department offers instruction in all the major religions, notably Christianity, judaism, Islam, Buddhism, and Hinduism.
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Welcome to the Department of Religion at Duke University!
Please take a moment to explore our site. To learn more about the locations in the rotating graphic below, click here or on any or the photos. The study of religion explores one of the primary activities of humankind. It involves a comparative understanding of the various ways different peoples, across space and through time, have developed their religious ideas, values, systems, beliefs, rituals, and traditions in response to fundamental questions of human existence. As an interdisciplinary academic discipline, the study of religion offers a rigorous, systematic, and dispassionate intellectual inquiry into various aspects of religious systems, their practitioners and outlooks, their goals and expressions. It employs a wide variety of approaches and methods in order to understand the role of religion in both human experience and thought. The goal of the Department of Religion is to make available to students the broadest possible range of inquiry about this enormous field, which has impacted, and continues to impact, all aspects of human experience.

163. Judaism And Christianity
General Resources Related to Both judaism and Christianity. If 6. Glossary for Introduction to judaism, Christianity, and Islam. This
General Resources Related to Both Judaism and Christianity
If this is your first visit to this page or if you are unfamiliar with Christian or Jewish Scripture, please read the following information. Otherwise, you can go directly to the Internet links. There are a number of resources on the Internet that are of use in the study of both Judaism and Christianity. Because Christianity was born of the ancient Hebrew religion, it shares a number of common characteristics with Judaism. A few of these shared characteristics include shared scriptures (the Tanakh in Judaism is the Old Testament of the Christian Bible) and a shared history (both Christianity and rabbinic Judaism were born out of the turmoil of the first century C.E.). There are a number of different translations of the Christian Bible on the Internet which are of use in the study of Judaism as well as Christianity.
Bible Gateway (Multilingual)
This is probably the best link to a searchable version of the Bible currently available on the Internet. There are actually four different versions of the Bible that can be searched via this service: the Revised Standard Version, the King James Version, the Darby Version (a modern update of the King James), and Young's Literal Translation. All four can be searched by keyword or passage. In addition to these English translations of the Bible, there are also links to Bibles in German, Swedish, Latin, French, and Tagalog. This is an excellent place for students to quickly access known Bible passages, as well as to search for passages containing words of interest.

164. The Jewish Theological Seminary
Theological seminary for Conservative judaism. Includes access to an extensive library catalog.
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165. Medieval Sourcebook: Maimonides: The 13 Principles And The Resurrection Of The D
commentary on the Mishnah, compiles what he refers to as the ShloshahAsar Ikkarim, the Thirteen Articles of Faith, compiled from judaism s 613 commandments
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Medieval Sourcebook: Maimonides: The 13 Principles and the Resurrection of the Dead
Maimonides, in his commentary on the Mishnah, compiles what he refers to as the Shloshah-Asar Ikkarim, the Thirteen Articles of Faith, compiled from Judaism's 613 commandments found in the Torah. The Thirteen Articles of Jewish faith are as follows:
  • Belief in the existence of the Creator, be He Blessed, who is perfect in every manner of existence and is the Primary Cause of all that exists.
  • The belief in G-d's absolute and unparalleled unity.
  • The belief in G-d's noncorporeality, nor that He will be affected by any physical occurrences, such as movement, or rest, or dwelling.
  • The belief in G-d's eternity.
  • The imperative to worship Him exclusively and no foreign false gods.
  • The belief that G-d communicates with man through prophecy.
  • The belief that the prophecy of Moses our teacher has priority.
  • The belief in the divine origin of the Torah.
  • The belief in the immutability of the Torah.
  • 166. Congregation Beth El Of Manhattan - Welcome
    New York (Manhattan), New York. Conservativestyle Jewish synagogue/congregation of Messianic (Two-Testament) judaism, recognizing Yeshua (Jesus) of Nazareth as Messiah.
    Messianic Jewish synagogue in which Jewish people, along with "People of Calling" (who were not born Jewish), and InterFaith marriages , come together in Manhattan to observe and celebrate Two-Testament Judaism
    Beth El regular Shabbat services are now held at:
    St. Jean Baptiste High School
    167 E. 75th Street
    We are seeking donation of a permanent building. Read about why in this New York Post article
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    InterFaith Marriages: This Two-Testament synagogue forms an ideal solution for New York InterFaith couples seeking a common faith-environment that does not compromise the essential issues of Judaism or New Testament faith. Interested couples are welcome to visit our congregation and/or call our office for a chat with our rabbi.
  • 167. MavenSearch - The Leading Jewish Web Directory And Search Engine - Judaism
    judaism (228 Websites Found). Your connection to programs Hospitality Around the World. http// About judaism.

    168. UCR CHASS: Department Of Religious Studies
    The Department of Religious Studies provides an opportunity to study diverse religious traditions of the world. Students are able to examine texts, symbols, myths, rituals, ideas, values, institutions, and intellectual (theological, philosophical, and ethical) systems of many traditions, such as judaism, Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, African and Native American religions. Religion is studied empathetically, descriptively, and critically with the aid of historical, exegetical, literary, philosophical, theological, and socialscientific (e.g. anthropological, socio-logical, and psychological) methods of inquiry.
    The Department of Religious Studies provides an opportunity to study diverse religious traditions of the world. Religion has always played a crucial role in human history, thought, and culture and continues to do so today. Students are able to examine texts, symbols, myths, rituals, ideas, values, institutions, and intellectual (theological, philosophical, and ethical) systems of many traditions, such as Judaism, Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, Confucianism, Taoism, Shinto, Shamanism, and African and Native American traditional religions. Religious Studies at UCR views religion in a global perspective, utilizing resources from the humanities, the social sciences, and the arts.
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    169. United Synagogue Of Conservative Judaism - Synagogues
    A listing of synagogues affiliated with the USCJ.

    170. Stanford Department Of Religious Studies
    The purpose of Religious Studies is to understand and interpret the history, literature, thought, and social structures of various religious traditions and cultures. The department offers courses at the undergraduate and graduate level in the fields Asian Religions, Christianity, judaism, Ethics and Philosophy of Religion, and Religion, Cultures, and Comparative Studies. The department offers programs in bachelor's, master's, and Ph.D. degrees.
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    171. Religion Department
    The Religion Department offers instruction, from the introductory to the advanced level, in most of the world's major religious traditions Hinduism, judaism, Buddhism, Islam, Christianity, the religions of the ancient Near East, the religions of Africa, and religious life in Native North America.
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    More information on this lecture The Religion Department offers instruction, from the introductory to the advanced level, in most of the world's major religious traditions: Hinduism, Judaism, Buddhism, Islam, Christianity, the religions of the ancient Near East, the religions of Africa, and religious life in Native North America. Almost all of the faculty specialize in a specific religious area and have expertise in the associated languages and history, since a philological and historical grounding is considered essential to a thorough understanding of a religion. Everyone teaching in the department is also a comparativist. Indeed, it is the department's insistence on an undergraduate major which is comparative in focus that distinguishes the study of religion at Dartmouth. This emphasis insures that students who enroll in even a single course will analyze how and why religious traditions have acquired their unique shapes. Each fall the department sponsors a Foreign Study Program at the University of Edinburgh, Scotland. This permits students to consider alternate approaches to the study of religion and to use the very different environment of the United Kingdom as a test case for understanding the interaction of religion and culture.

    172. Home
    The Official homepage of the areas United Synagogues of Conservative judaism
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    173. KOACH - College Outreach Project - United Synagogue Of Conservative Judaism
    College outreach program that provides collegeage students the opportunity to maintain and develop connections to Conservative judaism.
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    PUBLISHED EVERY ROSH H ODESH Sivan 5764 / May 21, 2004
    Theme: "Concepts of God"
    The Tree of Life and Hope
    When conflict and strife hit his campus, D’ror Chankin-Gould of Claremont College took comfort in the words of a child…
    The Gift that Keeps on Giving
    "It is a tree of life to those who hold fast to it…." Join Shira Zeliger of York University on her Shavuot journey.
    A Shared Philosophy
    Brielle Goodman, KOACH on Campus editor, looks to Ralph Waldo Emerson in forming a concept of God.
    Out of the Corner of Your Eye
    Go off the beaten track with KOACH Assistant Director Rabbi Elyse Winick in a quest for God.
    Cool Quotes about God.
    ...from Carlebach, Heschel, Twerski and others.
    Humor on the Golf Course
    His Jewish identity is revealed when the waters part...on the golf course!

    174. Torah On The Web Virtual Beit Midrash
    Collection of weekly email classes in Torah and judaism, for beginner and advanced levels. Areas include Tanakh (Bible), philosophy, law, and Talmud. There is also an extensive archive of articles on various topics, daily short messages, and holiday journals. Level Most classes are based on active study on the part of students.
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    Israel Koschitzky zt"l by his children and grandchildren Y eshivat Har Etzion is proud to sponsor the The Virtual Beit Midrash , providing yeshiva style lessons in Torah and Judaism to students of all ages and backgrounds outside the Yeshiva walls. The Virtual Beit Midrash is a true window into the Beit Midrash. Courses are emailed weekly to subscribers, who are able to communicate with course instructors or coordinators. New Course Curriculum 5764 Descriptions and enrollment
  • 13 courses - Tanakh, Talmud, Halakha, Philosophy.... New Books by HaRav Yosef B. Soloveitchik New Books by Rav Aharon Lichtenstein Onsite learning The VBM Library Articles, Holiday Journals, Course samples, and more
  • 175. 13 Sivan 5764 - OU.ORG - Your Gateway To The Jewish Internet - Torah, Jerusalem,
    ORG Features.
    Wednesday, June 2, 2004 - 13 Sivan 5764
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    Torah OU Torah Insights Rabbi Yaacov Haber Torah Archive Luach and Limud Learn Torah! Torah Insights OU Torah Tidbits R' Yaacov Haber Kollel Eretz Hemdah Zomet Torah Lab R' Shlomo Riskin R' Rafael Grossman R' Mordechai Elon R' Berel Wein R' Zev Leff R' Avi Weiss R' Avrohom Gordimer Torah from the Heights Zomet JCT - Machon Lev Tanach Study Center The Savannah Kollel Yeshivat Har Etzion -Weekly Sicha -Intro to Parasha -Parasha Shiur Project Genesis -R' Yissocher Frand -R' Yaakov Bernstein -R' M. Kamenetzky -R' Yitzchak Etshalom -R' Doniel Neustadt Bar Ilan University -English -Hebrew Hammaayan Institutes Aish HaTorah -Aish-Spanish Shabbat Service-Intro Audio - Ohr Sameach Ohr Sameach-Spanish Young Israel Ohr Torah Stone Torah from Dixie Sh'or Yoshuv Yeshivat HaKotel Jewish America -Forethoughts...

    176. Shamash Home Page
    Saturday May 22, 2004 (EDT) 2nd of Sivan, 5764 Parashat Bamidbar 46th day of the Omer.
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    (tax deductible) Books of the Month More Money Than God: Living a Rich Life Without Losing Your Soul
    By Steven Z. Leder
    More Money Than God explores how money affects our families, friends, work, loves, ethics, and feelings of self-worth. Where does money lust come from? How do you teach your children the value of money and giving? What do you do when money is tearing apart your marriage or relationship? How do you deal with losing money through death, divorce, or job loss? More Money Than God will show you how to balance your life as carefully as your bank account. Readers will learn why money and spirituality are not mutually exclusive and, as many unscrupulous company heads are discovering, why you must conduct your business affairs as if God were the ultimate CEO. With the guidance of this book, readers will learn: How to keep money from being a focal point. How to understand the difference between wants and needs. What kind of moral code to live by while seeking the comfort that money brings. How to teach children well, not wealth. How much is too much. Author Steven Leder uses his 15 years of experience as a religious leader and spiritual counselor to tackle the questions with which all of us wrestle on a daily basis.

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    179. Articles On First Century Judaea
    Anatolia. Carthage. Egypt. Germania Inferior. Greece. Judaea. Mesopotamia. Persia. Rome. Miscellaneous. Picture archive. JUDAEA. Marcus Ambibulus
    Anatolia Carthage Egypt Germania Inferior ... Greece Judaea Mesopotamia Persia Rome Miscellaneous ... Picture archive JUDAEA Marcus Ambibulus


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    Tacitus on the first Christians
    Roman wars Pompey (63 BCE) Establishment of a province (6 CE) The war of 66-70 The fall of Jerusalem The fall of Masada The revolt against Trajan ... The Bar Kochba revolt Messianic claimants Athronges the shepherd Judas the Galilean Jesus of Nazareth Samaritan prophet ... Moses of Crete

    180. The Jerusalem Post Newspaper: Online News From Israel
    Sunday, December 30 2001. Balancing the budget By Berel Wein (December 27) The serious squabbling amongst Israel s politicians
    Sunday, December 30 2001 Balancing the budget
    By Berel Wein

    (December 27) - The serious squabbling amongst Israel's politicians over the makeup of the governmental budget for 2002 is just usual news for us. Such budget fights are not a particularly Israeli phenomenon: There is no democratic country in the world that does not experience such internal disagreements when it comes to decide whose ox is to be gored. The pie of government money is never large enough to satisfy all of the guests at the table of government largesse.

    15 Tevet 5762 Divine messages, Human responses
    By Rabbi Eliyahu Meir Klugman

    It is now a full year since Jews began to be killed on an almost daily basis in Eretz Yisroel. Suicide bombs, car bombs, drive-by shootings and the murderous actions of every form of malachei chavala have become daily occurrences for the Yidden in Eretz Yisroel.

    Parshat Hashavua

    Daf Yomi

    Mishna Yomis
    ... Charities And Dan shall judge By Rabbi Shlomo Riskin (December 27) - Parshat Vayechi Genesis 47:28-50:26 - "Dan shall judge his people as one of the tribes of Israel. For your salvation do I await, O Lord (Y-HVH)." (Genesis 49:16,17)

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