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The Torah The Torah
Rabbi Rodney Mariner (Introduction)
Excellent translation highlighted with reproductions of ancient frescoes, medieval manuscripts, contemporary Jewish artists. All key scriptural readings for Sabbath and festival services are shown in the Hebrew script of the Torah scrolls.
Choosing a Jewish Life Choosing a Jewish Life : A Handbook for People Converting to Judaism and for Their Family and Friends
Anita Diamant
Provides complete explanations of the rules and rituals involved in converting to Judaism and covers all the questions and concerns people may have.
The Book of Jewish Sacred Practices The Book of Jewish Sacred Practices: Clal's Guide to Everyday & Holiday Rituals & Blessings
Irwin Kula and Vanessa L. Ochs, PhD., Editors
Guidebook from the National Jewish Center for Learning and Leadership that provides a ritual for almost any occasion, allowing one to sanctify almost any moment in your day.
To Life! To Life! a Celebration of Jewish Being and Thinking
Harold S. Kushner
The bestselling author of When Bad Things Happen to Good People provides an enlightening guide to the relevance of Judaism today.
Simple Guide to Islam A History of God: The 4000-Year Quest of Judaism, Christianity and Islam
Karen Armstrong
Historical survey of the great monotheistic religions by one of Britain's foremost commentators on religion. Proposes that the definition of God is constantly changed based on the practical concerns of life rather than by mystical mandates. Shows how Judaism, Christianity and Islam have influenced each other's development throughout history.