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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

1. Judaism 101
An encyclopedia of information about judaism, Jewish practices, holidays, people and beliefs. For beginners, intermediate or advanced readers.
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Welcome to Judaism 101! Judaism 101 is an online encyclopedia of Judaism, covering Jewish beliefs, people, places, things, language, scripture, holidays, practices and customs. My goal is to make freely available a wide variety of basic, general information about Judaism, written from a traditional perspective in plain English. This web site is constantly growing, with new information added every few weeks. Everything in this web site is free to use or distribute in any way, with three conditions: 1) if you use text, graphics or sound from this site, please credit this site; 2) do not redistribute this information for profit; 3) do not "mirror" this site or copy pages from this site for use on other web sites. For further details, please see my page. The information in this site is written predominantly from the Orthodox viewpoint, because I believe that is the starting point for any inquiry into Judaism. As recently as 200 years ago, this was the only Judaism, and it still is the only Judaism in many parts of the world. Be aware, however, that many Jews do not follow all of the traditions described here, or in the precise form described here. The

2. BBC - Religion & Ethics - Judaism
Review of the religion, its ethics and history.
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Judaism ... 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 Rosh Hashanah 4-5 October Rosh Hashanah is the Jewish New Year festival and commemorates the creation of the world. Liberal Judaism Aiming to bring Judaism and modernity together. Reconstructionist Judaism Emphasising the Jewish community above belief. Jewish Meditation Try a simple meditation exercise and listen to Munisha, a Buddhist, compare and contrast Jewish meditation with her own traditions. A-Z of world religions Choose Atheism Baha'i Buddhism Christianity Hinduism Islam Jainism Judaism Mormon Paganism Rastafari Shinto Sikhism Unitarianism Zoroastrianism Have your say Newsletter Living Related Links BBC Latest Jewish news Moses Humanistic Judaism Non-BBC Website of the Chief Rabbi

3. Jews For Judaism
Set up as a response to messianic groups such as Jews for Jesus . Information to help Jews refute Christians' arguments in favor of conversion.
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5. RSGB: Welcome To The Website For Reform Judaism
Reform Jewish movement in the UK encompassing Synagogues, schools, communities and youth groups. The Reform judaism website is run by Reform Synagogues of Great Britain (RSGB).
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7. Judaism And Jewish Apologetics
To many Jews the basic tenet of judaism and Jewish teaching is a message of morality, tolerance, peace and human dignity. This article deals with the moral aspects of the Jewish religion.
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"Those who wish to seek out the causes of miracles, and to understand the things of nature as philosophers, and not stare at them in astonishment like fools, are soon considered heretical and impious and proclaimed as such by those whom the mob adore as the interpreters of nature and the gods. For these men know that once ignorance is put aside, that wonderment would be taken away which is the only means by which their authority is preserved." [
New Testament Scriptures. They have not been told by their parents to cherish or worship Jesus Christ when they were children, and thus they are not used to believing in the virgin birth or other absurdities. But what about their own religion? To many Jews the basic tenet of Judaism and Jewish teaching is a "message of morality, tolerance, peace and human dignity" Is this true?
For several reasons Jewish believers are confronted with much less logical problems than Christian believers of most denominations. Jews never had to cope with logical inconsistencies of the New Testament. Accordingly, Jews in all of history also had the advantage of logic and consistency on their side, in so far as problems arose out of New Testament interpretations of verses taken from the Old Testament: this collection of sacred Scriptures is called the Tanakh by Jews and to them represents the entire Bible.

8. About Judaism
THE starting place for exploring judaism, from your Guide. Articles, resources, chats, forums, and links focusing on Jewish religion and culture.
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9. Judaism 101
An encyclopedia of information about judaism, Jewish practices, holidays, people and beliefs. For beginners, intermediate or advanced readers.

10. Judaism 101: Table Of Contents
Table of Contents for judaism 101, an encyclopedia of information about judaism, Jewish practices, holidays, people and beliefs.
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A weblog commenting on news and events. These things may or may not have anything to do with Judaism, but I try to bring my Jewish perspective to the commentary.
What Is Judaism? Basic
What Do Jews Believe?
The Nature of G-d
Human Nature
Moshiach: The Messiah
Kabbalah and Jewish Mysticism
Who Is a Jew? Basic
Jewish Population
Movements of Judaism
Ashkenazic and Sephardic Jews
Jewish Attitudes Toward Non-Jews
The Role of Women
Intermediate Rabbis, Priests, and Other Religious Functionaries Basic The Patriarchs and the Origins of Judaism Basic Moses, Aaron and Miriam Basic Prophets and Prophecy Intermediate Sages and Scholars Intermediate
The Land of Israel Basic Synagogues, Shuls and Temples Basic
Signs and Symbols Basic Jewish Cooking Basic
Hebrew Alphabet Basic Hebrew Language: Root Words Intermediate Yiddish Basic Common Expressions and Greetings Basic Jewish Names Basic The Name of G-d Basic Torah Basic Torah Readings Intermediate Prayers and Blessings Intermediate Jewish Liturgy Intermediate
Halakhah: Jewish Law Intermediate Aseret ha-Dibrot: The "Ten Commandments" Intermediate Love and Brotherhood Basic Speech and Lashon Ha-Ra Intermediate Kashrut: Jewish Dietary Laws Intermediate Kosher Sex Advanced Tzedakah: Charity Intermediate Treatment of Animals Intermediate Qorbanot: Sacrifices and Offerings Advanced A List of the 613 Mitzvot (Commandments) Advanced

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13. Articles About Judaism - Introduction To Judaism
Introduction to judaism, including Who is a Jew, What is Torah, What are the Basic Beliefs of judaism, and information about Conservative, Reform,
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14. Messianic Terminology And Definitions: A Dictionary For Communicating With Jews
Lists key vocabulary within Messianic judaism as well as some of the red flag words used by gentile Christians. Presented by the Southern Nazarene University.
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Language can both help and trick us in cross-cultural communication. The following material is written in Messianic Jewish terminology and style. It shows us the challenges we "Christians" [ more ] face in cross-cultural communication with Jews. This material is based on Return of the Remnant: The Rebirth of Messianic Judaism Messianic terminology is used to express the biblical faith in the Messiah [ more ] because such terminology was how the New Covenant [ more ] faith was expressed in its earliest stages. Messianic believers like talking about their faith in the Messiah in a manner consistent with Jewish heritage and culture. Belief in the Messiah is consistent with being Jewish. He is the fulfillment of God's promises to Israel. Using Messianic terminology imparts faith in Messiah to children, friends and family in a manner consistent with Jewish heritage. Messianic terms communicate biblical truth without the negative baggage of historical anti-Semitism.

15. Outreach Judaism - Responds Directly To The Issues Raised By Missionaries And Cu
International organization that responds to missionary and messianic Jewish groups by exploring judaism in contradistinction to Christianity.
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The Jewish Response to Christian Missionaries. ORDER NOW Helping Jews understand why Judaism doesn't accept the Christian Messiah, Outreach Judaism is now offering this powerful and provocative audio series and comprehensive study guide at an excellent price. Tuesday afternoon from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm, New York time and 10:00 pm to 12:00 am, Israeli time.

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Click below to visit our sponsors. Judaism is one of three Abrahamic religions faiths which recognize Abraham as a Patriarch. The others are Christianity and Islam . Although Jews comprise only about 0.2% of the human race, Jewish influence on the world has been vast far more than their numbers would indicate.
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19. Description Of Judaism
judaism became decentralized and stopped seeking converts. However, the liberal wings of judaism dispute some of the 13 today. Gd exists.
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Early History of Judaism
Circa 2000 BCE , the G-d of the ancient Israelites established a divine covenant with Abraham, making him the patriarch of many nations. The term Abrahamic Religions is derived from his name. These are the four religions which trace their roots back to Abraham: Judaism, Christianity, Islam and the Baha'i World Faith. The book of Genesis describes the events surrounding the lives of the three patriarchs: Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. (Joseph, who is recognized as a fourth patriarch by Christians is not considered one by Jews). Moses was the next leader of the ancient Israelites. He led his people out of captivity in Egypt, and received the Law from G-d. After decades of wandering through wilderness, Joshua led the tribes into the promised land, driving out the Canaanites through a series of military battles. The original tribal organization was converted into a kingdom by Samuel; its first king was Saul. The second king, David, established Jerusalem as the religious and political center. The third king, Solomon built the first temple there.

20. Judaic Messianism
An explanation of the true Jewish concept of the Messiah and the differences between Jewish and Christian beliefs about the nature of the Savior.

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