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Books > Humanities > Religion & beliefs > Non-Christian religions > Judaism > General

Judaism for the World - Reflections on God, Life, and Love (Hardcover): Arthur Green Judaism for the World - Reflections on God, Life, and Love (Hardcover)
Arthur Green
R717 R568 Discovery Miles 5 680 Save R149 (21%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

An internationally recognized scholar and theologian shares a Jewish mysticism for our times Judaism, one of the world's great spiritual traditions, is not addressed to Jews alone. In this masterful book, Arthur Green calls out to seekers of all sorts, offering a universal response to the eternal human questions of who we are, why we exist, where we are going, and how to live. Drawing on over half a century as a Jewish seeker and teacher, he shows us a Judaism that cultivates the life of the spirit, that inspires an inward journey leading precisely toward self-transcendence, to an awareness of the universal Self in whose presence we exist. As a neo-hasidic seeker, he is both devotional and boldly questioning in his understanding of God and tradition. Engaging with the mystical sources, he translates the insights of the Hasidic masters into a new religious language accessible to all those eager to build an inner life and a human society that treasures the divine spark in each person and throughout Creation.

Thinking about God - Jewish Views (Paperback): Kari H. Tuling Thinking about God - Jewish Views (Paperback)
Kari H. Tuling
R776 R609 Discovery Miles 6 090 Save R167 (22%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Who-or what-is God? Is God like a person? Does God have a gender? Does God have a special relationship with the Jewish people? Does God intervene in our lives? Is God good-and, if yes, why does evil persist in the world? In investigating how Jewish thinkers have approached these and other questions, Rabbi Kari H. Tuling elucidates many compelling-and contrasting-ways of thinking about God in Jewish tradition. Thinking about God addresses the genuinely intertextual nature of evolving Jewish God concepts. Just as in Jewish thought the Bible and other historical texts are living documents, still present and relevant to the conversation unfolding now, and just as a Jewish theologian examining a core concept responds to the full tapestry of Jewish thought on the subject all at once, this book is organized topically, covers Jewish sources (including liturgy) from the biblical to the postmodern era, and highlights the interplay between texts over time, up through our own era. A highly accessible resource for introductory students, Thinking about God also makes important yet challenging theological texts understandable. By breaking down each selected text into its core components, Tuling helps the reader absorb it both on its own terms and in the context of essential theological questions of the ages. Readers of all backgrounds will discover new ways to contemplate God. Access a study guide.

Chutzpah Imperative - Empowering Today's Jews for a Life That Matters (Hardcover): Rabbi Edward Feinstein Chutzpah Imperative - Empowering Today's Jews for a Life That Matters (Hardcover)
Rabbi Edward Feinstein; Foreword by Rabbi Laura Geller
R505 R406 Discovery Miles 4 060 Save R99 (20%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Creates a new view of chutzpah as Jewish self-empowerment to be God's partner and repair the world and reveals Judaism's ancient message, its deepest purpose and most precious treasures.

Judaism assigns a uniquely important role to the human being, the role of partner with God in creating a world of oneness. This theme, the singular message of Judaism, runs throughout the Jewish tradition, but it has been largely lost to our modern day's leaning toward Jewish ethnic identity and culture.

In this clarion call for a new way to "do Judaism," award-winning spiritual leader Rabbi Edward Feinstein urges us to recover this message of Jewish self-empowerment or chutzpah to reshape the world. Feinstein begins with the early chapters of Genesis. He then describes how the idea was encoded into the Jewish national narrative through biblical law, and how the Rabbis of Talmud embraced that conviction as the center of Judaism, demonstrating the Rabbis' sense of their own self-empowerment to reshape their religious tradition in response to the destruction of the Temple. Turning to the mystics of medieval Spain and the European Hasidic tradition, Feinstein shows how chutzpah found its expression in the traditions of Kabbalah. Finally, he explores the theme of empowerment in modernity, as the centerpiece of Zionism and post-Holocaust thought. Inspiring Jews of all denominations, Feinstein presents a bold reminder of the Jewish responsibility to repair the world and a new way to conceive of Jewish community life, Jewish education, prayer and religious activism."

Jacob & Esau - Jewish European History Between Nation and Empire (Paperback): Malachi Haim Hacohen Jacob & Esau - Jewish European History Between Nation and Empire (Paperback)
Malachi Haim Hacohen
R876 R697 Discovery Miles 6 970 Save R179 (20%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Jacob and Esau is a profound new account of two millennia of Jewish European history that, for the first time, integrates the cosmopolitan narrative of the Jewish diaspora with that of traditional Jews and Jewish culture. Malachi Haim Hacohen uses the biblical story of the rival twins, Jacob and Esau, and its subsequent retelling by Christians and Jews throughout the ages as a lens through which to illuminate changing Jewish-Christian relations and the opening and closing of opportunities for Jewish life in Europe. Jacob and Esau tells a new history of a people accustomed for over two-and-a-half millennia to forming relationships, real and imagined, with successive empires but eagerly adapting, in modernity, to the nation-state, and experimenting with both assimilation and Jewish nationalism. In rewriting this history via Jacob and Esau, the book charts two divergent but intersecting Jewish histories that together represent the plurality of Jewish European cultures.

Relational Judaism - Using the Power of Relationships to Transform the Jewish Community (Hardcover, New): Ron Wolfson Relational Judaism - Using the Power of Relationships to Transform the Jewish Community (Hardcover, New)
Ron Wolfson
R595 R476 Discovery Miles 4 760 Save R119 (20%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

How to transform the model of twentieth-century Jewish institutions into twenty-first-century relational communities offering meaning and purpose, belonging and blessing.

"What really matters is that we care about the people we seek to engage. When we genuinely care about people, we will not only welcome them; we will listen to their stories, we will share ours, and we will join together to build a Jewish community that enriches our lives." from the Introduction

Membership in Jewish organizations is down. Day school enrollment has peaked. Federation campaigns are flat. The fastest growing and second largest category of Jews is Just Jewish. Young Jewish adults are unengaged and aging baby boomers are disengaging. Yet, in the era of Facebook, people crave face-to-face community.

It's all about relationships. With this simple, but profound idea, noted educator and community revitalization pioneer Dr. Ron Wolfson presents practical strategies and case studies to transform the old model of Jewish institutions into relational communities. He sets out twelve principles of relational engagement to guide Jewish lay leaders, professionals and community members in transforming institutions into inspiring communities whose value-proposition is to engage people and connect them to Judaism and community in meaningful and lasting ways."

The Impact of Jesus in First-Century Palestine - Textual and Archaeological Evidence for Long-standing Discontent (Hardcover):... The Impact of Jesus in First-Century Palestine - Textual and Archaeological Evidence for Long-standing Discontent (Hardcover)
Rosemary-Margaret Luff
R2,024 R1,880 Discovery Miles 18 800 Save R144 (7%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Although the archaeological evidence indicates a prosperous and thriving Galilee in the early first century CE, the Gospel texts suggest a society under stress, where the rich were flourishing at the expense of the poor. In this multi-disciplinary study, Rosemary Margaret Luff contributes to current debates concerning the pressures on early first-century Palestinian Jews, particularly with reference to socio-economic and religious issues. She examines Jesus within his Jewish environment in order to understand why he rose to prominence when he did, and what motivated him to persevere with his mission. Luff's study includes six carefully-constructed essays that examine Early Christian texts against the wider background of late Second Temple Judaic literature, together with the material evidence of Galilee and Judea (Jerusalem). Synthesizing a wide range of archaeological and textual data for the first time, she offers new insights into the depth of social discontent and its role in the rise of Christianity.

Torah Portions Notebook - A Notebook for Weekly Study (Hardcover): John Diffenderfer Torah Portions Notebook - A Notebook for Weekly Study (Hardcover)
John Diffenderfer; John Diffenderfer
R548 Discovery Miles 5 480 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Gospel-Centered Hermeneutics - Foundations and Principles of Evangelica (Paperback): Graeme Goldsworthy Gospel-Centered Hermeneutics - Foundations and Principles of Evangelica (Paperback)
Graeme Goldsworthy
R705 R556 Discovery Miles 5 560 Save R149 (21%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

While there are many books on hermeneutics, Graeme Goldsworthy's perception is that evangelical contributions often do not give sufficient attention to the vital relationship between hermeneutics and theology, both systematic and biblical. In this new paperback edition of Gospel-Centered Hermeneutics, Goldsworthy moves beyond a reiteration of the usual arguments to concentrate on the theological questions of presuppositions, and the implications of the Christian gospel for hermeneutics. In doing so, he brings fresh perspectives on some well-worn pathways. Part I examines the foundations and presuppositions of evangelical belief, particularly with regard to biblical interpretation. Part II offers a selective overview of important hermeneutical developments from the sub-apostolic age to the present, as a means of identifying some significant influences that have been alien to the gospel. Part III evaluates ways and means of reconstructing truly gospel-centered hermeneutics. Goldsworthy's aim throughout is to commend the much-neglected role of biblical theology in hermeneutical practice, with pastoral concern for the people of God as they read, interpret and seek to live by his written Word.

Around the World in One Shabbat - Jewish People Celebrate the Sabbath Together (Hardcover): Durga Yael Bernhard Around the World in One Shabbat - Jewish People Celebrate the Sabbath Together (Hardcover)
Durga Yael Bernhard
R453 R370 Discovery Miles 3 700 Save R83 (18%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Take your child on a colorful adventure to share the many ways Jewish people celebrate Shabbat around the world. Shabbat Shalom Beginning in an old Jerusalem market Friday morning, shopping for foods to make Shabbat meals specialSetting a beautiful Sabbath table in Australia Friday afternoonLighting Shabbat candles with a family in TurkeySinging zemirot with relatives in RussiaMaking hamotzi as a congregation in the United StatesParading the Torah scrolls at Shabbat morning services in a synagogue in GermanyRelaxing in the peace of Shabbat day in CanadaEnjoying a special Sabbath afternoon meal in Morocco

From Israel to Thailand, from Ethiopia to Argentina, you and your children are invited to share the diverse Sabbath traditions that come alive in Jewish homes and synagogues around the world each week and to celebrate life with Jewish people everywhere."

When Memory Comes - The Classic Memoir (Paperback): Saul Friedlander When Memory Comes - The Classic Memoir (Paperback)
Saul Friedlander; Introduction by Claire Messud; Translated by Helen R Lane
R368 R297 Discovery Miles 2 970 Save R71 (19%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Did Moses Really Have Horns? and Other Myths about Jews and Judaism (Paperback): Rifat Sonsino Did Moses Really Have Horns? and Other Myths about Jews and Judaism (Paperback)
Rifat Sonsino
R420 R392 Discovery Miles 3 920 Save R28 (7%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Tears of Sorrow, Seeds of Hope - A Jewish Spiritual Companion for Infertility and Pregnancy Loss (Paperback, 2nd Revised... Tears of Sorrow, Seeds of Hope - A Jewish Spiritual Companion for Infertility and Pregnancy Loss (Paperback, 2nd Revised edition)
Nina Beth Cardin
R443 R359 Discovery Miles 3 590 Save R84 (19%) In stock

A spiritual companion for those grieving infertility, pregnancy loss, or stillbirth, bringing solace from Jewish tradition. "This book begins where the others leave off. While the doctors do what they must do, when it is time for us to wait, or hope, or cry, or sleep, or pray, it is time for this book. The passages found within are drawn from the rich pool of spiritual responses that Judaism possesses. They reach out to us and embolden us to join our voices to the ancient prayers designed to get us through the night." from the Introduction Enables those frustrated and pained in their attempts at parenthood to mourn the loss of a pregnancy or infertility through the prayers, rituals, and meditations of the Jewish tradition. This new edition updated and expanded includes guided questions and pages on which to add personal reflections of your own emotions and experiences along the path toward parenting."

The Jewish Approach to Repairing the World (Tikkun Olam) - A Brief Introduction for Christians (Paperback): Rabbi Elliot N... The Jewish Approach to Repairing the World (Tikkun Olam) - A Brief Introduction for Christians (Paperback)
Rabbi Elliot N Dorff, Cory Willson
R403 R329 Discovery Miles 3 290 Save R74 (18%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

A window into the Jewish idea of responsibility to care for the world
written especially for Christians.

The concept of repairing the world ("tikkun olam") is an integral part of Jewish life. It helps shape Jewish social and family relationships, and even mandates how Jews should speak to others. But why is it important for Christians to understand this Jewish approach to life? And what kind of impact can understanding this fundamental aspect of Judaism have on Christians seeking to develop a deeper understanding of their own faith? With insight and wisdom, award-winning author Rabbi Elliot Dorff provides an accessible, honest and thorough exploration of this important Jewish concept. With easy-to-understand explanations of Jewish terms, practices and history, each chapter explores a different facet touched by the tradition of "tikkun loam." Rabbi Dorff also addresses parallel themes and practices in the Christian tradition, helping you better understand the roots of Christianity and how the fundamentals of Judaism relate and reflect your own aspirations to repair the world. Caring for the Poor The Power of Words The Ministry of Presence Duties of Spouses to Each Other Children s Duties to Their Parents Parent s Duties to Their Children The Traditional Jewish Vision of the Ideal World

God and Politics in Esther (Hardcover, 2nd Revised edition): Yoram Hazony God and Politics in Esther (Hardcover, 2nd Revised edition)
Yoram Hazony
R2,322 R1,721 Discovery Miles 17 210 Save R601 (26%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

A political crisis erupts when the Persian government falls to fanatics, and a Jewish insider goes rogue, determined to save her people at all costs. God and Politics in Esther explores politics and faith. It is about an era in which the prophets have been silenced and miracles have ceased, and Jewish politics has come to depend not on commands from on high, but on the boldness and belief of each woman and man. Esther takes radical action to win friends and allies, reverse terrifying decrees, and bring God's justice into the world with her own hands. Hazony's The Dawn has long been a cult classic, read at Purim each year the world over. Twenty years on, this revised edition brings the book to much wider attention. Three controversial new chapters address the astonishingly radical theology that emerges from amid the political intrigues of the book.

Judaism and the Gentiles - Jewish Patterns of Universalism (to 135 CE) (Hardcover): Terence L. Donaldson Judaism and the Gentiles - Jewish Patterns of Universalism (to 135 CE) (Hardcover)
Terence L. Donaldson
R1,938 Discovery Miles 19 380 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

In the Second-Temple period non-Jews were attracted to Judaism's communal life, religious observance and theological imagination. On the Jewish side, this was matched by the development of several discrete "patterns of universalism"-ways in which Jews were able to conceive of a positive place for Gentiles within their symbolic world. In this book Terence Donaldson collects and comments on all of the texts (to the end of the second Jewish rebellion in 135 CE) that deal with Gentile sympathizers, proselytes, ethical monotheists and participants in end-time redemption. In impressive detail, Donaldson identifies, defines, and describes these "patterns of universalism."

Who Will Lead Us? - The Story of Five Hasidic Dynasties in America (Hardcover): Samuel C. Heilman Who Will Lead Us? - The Story of Five Hasidic Dynasties in America (Hardcover)
Samuel C. Heilman
R709 R567 Discovery Miles 5 670 Save R142 (20%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Hasidism, a movement many believed had passed its golden age, has had an extraordinary revival since it was nearly decimated in the Holocaust and repressed in the Soviet Union. Hasidic communities, now settled primarily in North America and Israel, have reversed the losses they suffered and are growing exponentially. With powerful attachments to the past, mysticism, community, tradition, and charismatic leadership, Hasidism seems the opposite of contemporary Western culture, yet it has thrived in the democratic countries and culture of the West. How? Who Will Lead Us? finds the answers to this question in the fascinating story of five contemporary Hasidic dynasties and their handling of the delicate issue of leadership and succession. Revolving around the central figure of the rebbe, the book explores two dynasties with too few successors, two with too many successors, and one that believes their last rebbe continues to lead them even after his death. Samuel C. Heilman, recognized as a foremost expert on modern Jewish Orthodoxy, here provides outsiders with the essential guide to continuity in the Hasidic world.

Koren Minha Laminated Card (Paperback): Koren Publishers Koren Minha Laminated Card (Paperback)
Koren Publishers
R138 Discovery Miles 1 380 Ships in 10 - 15 working days
Unorthodox - The Scandalous Rejection of My Hasidic Roots (Paperback): Deborah Feldman Unorthodox - The Scandalous Rejection of My Hasidic Roots (Paperback)
Deborah Feldman
R413 R202 Discovery Miles 2 020 Save R211 (51%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The instant "New York Times" bestselling memoir of a young Jewish woman's escape from a religious sect, in the tradition of Ayaan Hirsi Ali's "Infidel "and Carolyn Jessop's "Escape," featuring a new epilogue by the author.
As a member of the strictly religious Satmar sect of Hasidic Judaism, Deborah Feldman grew up under a code of relentlessly enforced customs governing everything from what she could wear and to whom she could speak to what she was allowed to read. It was stolen moments spent with the empowered literary characters of Jane Austen and Louisa May Alcott that helped her to imagine an alternative way of life. Trapped as a teenager in a sexually and emotionally dysfunctional marriage to a man she barely knew, the tension between Deborah's desires and her responsibilities as a good Satmar girl grew more explosive until she gave birth at nineteen and realized that, for the sake of herself and her son, she had to escape.

America's Jewish Women - A History from Colonial Times to Today (Paperback): Pamela Nadell America's Jewish Women - A History from Colonial Times to Today (Paperback)
Pamela Nadell
R418 R339 Discovery Miles 3 390 Save R79 (19%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

What does it mean to be a Jewish woman in America? In a gripping historical narrative, Pamela S. Nadell weaves together the stories of a diverse group of extraordinary people-from the colonial-era matriarch Grace Nathan and her great-granddaughter, poet Emma Lazarus, to labor organizer Bessie Hillman and the great justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, to scores of other activists, workers, wives, and mothers who helped carve out a Jewish American identity. The twin threads binding these women together, she argues, are a strong sense of self and a resolute commitment to making the world a better place. Nadell recounts how Jewish women have been at the forefront of causes for centuries, fighting for suffrage, trade unions, civil rights, and feminism, and hoisting banners for Jewish rights around the world. Informed by shared values of America's founding and Jewish identity, these women's lives have left deep footprints in the history of the nation they call home.

The Jewish Dietary Laws in the Ancient World (Hardcover): Jordan D. Rosenblum The Jewish Dietary Laws in the Ancient World (Hardcover)
Jordan D. Rosenblum
R2,147 R1,991 Discovery Miles 19 910 Save R156 (7%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

In The Jewish Dietary Laws in the Ancient World Jordan D. Rosenblum explores how cultures critique and defend their religious food practices. In particular he focuses on how ancient Jews defended the kosher laws, or kashrut, and how ancient Greeks, Romans, and early Christians critiqued these practices. As the kosher laws are first encountered in the Hebrew Bible, this study is rooted in ancient biblical interpretation. It explores how commentators in antiquity understood, applied, altered, innovated upon, and contemporized biblical dietary regulations. He shows that these differing interpretations do not exist within a vacuum; rather, they are informed by a variety of motives, including theological, moral, political, social, and financial considerations. In analyzing these ancient conversations about culture and cuisine, he dissects three rhetorical strategies deployed when justifying various interpretations of ancient Jewish dietary regulations: reason, revelation, and allegory. Finally, Rosenblum reflects upon wider, contemporary debates about food ethics.

The House of El Shaddai - God's Dwelling Place Reconsidered (Paperback, Annotated edition): Andrew L Hoy The House of El Shaddai - God's Dwelling Place Reconsidered (Paperback, Annotated edition)
Andrew L Hoy
R1,221 Discovery Miles 12 210 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
The Torah - The Five Books Of Moses - The New JPS Translation Of The Holy Scriptures (Paperback, Pocket edition): Jewish... The Torah - The Five Books Of Moses - The New JPS Translation Of The Holy Scriptures (Paperback, Pocket edition)
Jewish Publication Society Inc
R477 R412 Discovery Miles 4 120 Save R65 (14%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Read our customer guide The Torah is the essence of Jewish tradition; it inspires each successive generation. The current JPS translation, based on classical and modern sources, is acclaimed for its fidelity to the ancient Hebrew.

The Song of Songs - A Biography (Hardcover): Ilana Pardes The Song of Songs - A Biography (Hardcover)
Ilana Pardes
R577 R459 Discovery Miles 4 590 Save R118 (20%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

An essential history of the greatest love poem ever written The Song of Songs has been embraced for centuries as the ultimate song of love. But the kind of love readers have found in this ancient poem is strikingly varied. Ilana Pardes invites us to explore the dramatic shift from readings of the Song as a poem on divine love to celebrations of its exuberant account of human love. With a refreshingly nuanced approach, she reveals how allegorical and literal interpretations are inextricably intertwined in the Song's tumultuous life. The body in all its aspects-pleasure and pain, even erotic fervor-is key to many allegorical commentaries. And although the literal, sensual Song thrives in modernity, allegory has not disappeared. New modes of allegory have emerged in modern settings, from the literary and the scholarly to the communal. Offering rare insights into the story of this remarkable poem, Pardes traces a diverse line of passionate readers. She looks at Jewish and Christian interpreters of late antiquity who were engaged in disputes over the Song's allegorical meaning, at medieval Hebrew poets who introduced it into the opulent world of courtly banquets, and at kabbalists who used it as a springboard to the celestial spheres. She shows how feminist critics have marveled at the Song's egalitarian representation of courtship, and how it became a song of America for Walt Whitman, Herman Melville, and Toni Morrison. Throughout these explorations of the Song's reception, Pardes highlights the unparalleled beauty of its audacious language of love.

Yochanan (John) Presents the Revelation of Yeshua the Messiah - A Messianic Commentary (Paperback): Gabriel Lumbroso Yochanan (John) Presents the Revelation of Yeshua the Messiah - A Messianic Commentary (Paperback)
Gabriel Lumbroso
R458 R369 Discovery Miles 3 690 Save R89 (19%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Days of Awe - Reimagining Jewishness in Solidarity with Palestinians (Paperback): Atalia Omer Days of Awe - Reimagining Jewishness in Solidarity with Palestinians (Paperback)
Atalia Omer
R752 R709 Discovery Miles 7 090 Save R43 (6%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

For many Jewish people in the mid-twentieth century, Zionism was an unquestionable tenet of what it meant to be Jewish. Seventy years later, a growing number of American Jews are instead expressing solidarity with Palestinians, questioning old allegiances to Israel. How did that transformation come about? What does it mean for the future of Judaism? In Days of Awe, Atalia Omer examines this shift through interviews with a new generation of Jewish activists, rigorous data analysis, and fieldwork within a progressive synagogue community. She highlights people politically inspired by social justice campaigns including the Black Lives Matter movement and protests against anti-immigration policies. These activists, she shows, discover that their ethical outrage at US policies extends to Israel's treatment of Palestinians. For these American Jews, the Jewish history of dispossession and diaspora compels a search for solidarity with liberation movements. This shift produces innovations within Jewish tradition, including multi-racial and intersectional conceptions of Jewishness and movements to reclaim prophetic Judaism. Charting the rise of such religious innovation, Omer points toward the possible futures of post-Zionist Judaism.

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