qThis book includes a chronology and an introduction that presents an overview of all aspects of Judaism. Numerous cross-referenced dictionary entries detail important people, writings, institutions, concepts, Hebrew words, philosophy, theology, and religious law, and an extensive bibliography provides access for further study.q--Jacket.Stories are told of Jewish women and men risking their lives to kindle lights even in the concentration camps and of groups in remote South American villages who kindle lights on Friday nights though they have long forgotten their history as forced converts from Judaism. ... the process was one of rejection rather than selection, a weeding out from among books commonly regarded as sacred. The mereanbsp;...
|Title||:||The A to Z of Judaism|
|Publisher||:||Rowman & Littlefield - 2009|