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         Judaism:     more books (100)
  1. Contemporary American Judaism: Transformation and Renewal by Dana Evan Kaplan, 2009-06-04
  2. Exploring Judaism: A Reconstructionist Approach (Expanded and Updated) by Rebecca T. Alpert, Jacob J. Staub, 2000-09-01
  3. On Women and Judaism: A View from Tradition by Blu Greenberg, 1981-04
  4. God-Optional Judaism: Alternatives for Cultural Jews Who Love Their History, Heritage, and Community by Judith Seid, 2001-01-01
  5. Judaism and Hebrew Prayer: New Perspectives on Jewish Liturgical History by Stefan C. Reif, 1995-04-28
  6. On Judaism by Martin Buber, 1996-01-13
  7. The Return to Judaism: Descendants from the Inquisition Discovering Their Jewish Roots by Sandra Malamed, 2010-11-15
  8. American Reform Judaism: An Introduction by Dana Evan Kaplan, 2003-04-09
  9. An Introduction to Early Judaism by James C. Vanderkam, 2000-11
  10. A Celebration of Judaism in Art (Artists & Art Movements) by Irene Korn, 1998-11-01
  11. The Shema: Spirituality and Law in Judaism by Norman Lamm, 2000-10
  12. Nothing Sacred: The Truth About Judaism by Douglas Rushkoff, 2004-03-23
  13. Basic Judaism for Young People: God by Cynthia F. Reich, Naomi E. Pasachoff, et all 1996-10-01
  14. Judaism in a Secular Age by Yehuda Bauer, Sherwin Wine, et all 1995

61. JOI-Jewish Organizing Initiative
Provides Jewish young adults oneyear paid fellowships in community organizing. Fellows are trained in organizing skills and educated in judaism's religious, ethical, and historical tradition of working with groups for social and economic justice.
Giving Jewish young adults a chance to work for justice and social change as part of a Jewish community... The Jewish Organizing Initiative (JOI) offers young adults a chance to work for justice and create a meaningful Jewish community that can support and sustain them in working for justice.
The Fellowship Program
JOI recruits young Jewish adults from all over the world for a year of leadership training that includes: working for social and economic justice, Jewish learning, training in grass roots community organizing skills, and Jewsih community building. The fellowship year involves work in social justice community or labor organizations, generally in low-income community organizations, (sometimes in the Jewish community) and weekly learning and reflection about organizing for justice, Judaism and community buidling. Since 1998 we have operated a program in Boston, MA, USA that can be a model for other cities. Most JOI fellows come from the USA. It is possible, although difficult, for non-US citizens to join JOI. Most often non US citizens must take responsibility to obtain a visa that allows them to work in the US or find some other way to live legally in the US during their JOI year. How does JOI foster social justice?

62. Conversion To Judaism
This site provides information and advice for those who are considering conversion to judaism.
Welcome to the Conversion to Judaism Home Page, the web site of the Conversion to Judaism Resource Center. The Center provides information and advice to people who are considering converting to Judaism and to those who have converted. Members of the Advisory Board of the Conversion to Judaism Resource Center include: Rabbi Bradley Shavit Artson, Rabbi Rachel Cowan, Dr. Nan Fink, Dr. David Gordis, Rabbi Irving Greenberg, Yossi Klein Halevi, Dr. Edward Hoffman, Dr. Walter Jacob, Professor Julius Lester, Florence Melton, Patti Moskovitz, Rabbi Barbara Penzner, Lena Romanoff, Susan Weidman Schneider, Rabbi Harold Schulweis, Rabbi Alan Silverstein, Rabbi Neal Weinberg, and Professor Zvi Zohar. To learn more about the Conversion to Judaism Resource Center, contact the Center at 74 Hauppauge Road, Room 53, Commack, New York 11725. The telephone number is (631) 462-5826. CONVERSION IN ISRAEL: For 35 years the WUJS InstituteCenter for Hebrew and Jewish Studies in Arad, Israel has provided intensive introductory Jewish education to young Jewish graducates and professionals from all over the world. This year WUJS has gained recognition to enable them to provide a conversion to Judaism course. The program runs under the auspices of the Institute of Jewish Studies as established by the Israeli government in the wake of the conclusions of the Neeman Report on conversion. The program provides serious residential study in a pluralistic environment leading to halachic conversion through the Israeli rabbinate. For further information, contact

63. Northern Hills Synagogue-Congregation B'nai Avraham
A Conservative congregation affiliated with the United Synagogue of Conservative judaism.
Congregation B'nai Avraham
Northern Hills Synagogue
Where YOU belong,
Where YOU count!

Tribute Dinner June 26, 2005

Rabbi George (Gershom) Barnard
honored for 30 years of distinguished service 5714 Fields Ertel Road
Cincinnati, OH 45249
Phone: (513) 931-6038
Fax: (513) 530-2002 Click here for directions and map

Affiliated with
United Synagogue of Conservative ... Jewish/Cinci Links
Photo Gallery Shabbat on the Range 7-22-05 Tribute Dinner to Rabbi Barnard 6-26-05 ... Construction History of our new building
Buy Scrip and Save for NHS! Gift Shop Hours: Monday - Thursday 11:00 am - 2:00 pm Friday and Sunday 10:00 am - 12:30 pm For times by appointment

64. Texts Of Judaism
The Rodkinson (1918) English translation of about a third of the Babylonian Talmud.


Age of Reason





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Tanakh (Hebrew Bible)
The Tanakh is the Hebrew Bible, the quintessential sacred text. The first five books of this comprise the Torah (or Pentateuch), the core sacred writings of the ancient Jews, traditionally written by Moses under divine inspiration. Tanakh (Hebrew Bible) Unicode with vowels. Tanakh (English Translation) The text of the 1917 Jewish Publication Society translation.
The Babylonian Talmud Translated by M.L. Rodkinson [1918] This massive ten volume abridgement of the Talmud, the Jewish compendium of law and tradition, is the only extensive public domain translation. It is presented for the first time anywhere on the Internet at Sayings of the Jewish Fathers (Pirqe Aboth) Translated by Charles Taylor [1897] This is a beautiful extract from the Talmud, which has been used as liturgy. Devoted to ethics with some mystical touches, the Pirqe Aboth is distinguished for its transparency and simplicity. This was one of the first English translations in modern times of any portion of the Talmud. Hebraic Literature Edited by Maurice Harris [1901] Extracts from the Talmud, Midrash and Kabbalah.

65. Congregation Agudas Achim
Affiliated with the United Synagogue of Conservative judaism. Includes membership and school information, links and local contacts.
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Congregation Agudas Achim is the center for Conservative Judaism in Austin, Texas. We embrace both Jews and those in the community at large who wish to explore and enhance their connection with our God and with Jewish spirituality, learning and culture. Aliyah Dinner Pre-Bidding Information
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66. Judaism Table Of Contents
Cyber encyclopedia of Jewish history and culture that covers everything from antiSemitism to Zionism. It includes a glossary, bibliography of web sites and
Women in Judaism

67. Congregation Bnai Israel Home Page
Encourage religious, social, cultural, civic and educational activities, and public understanding of judaism.
This page uses frames, but your browser doesn't support them. HOME MEET THE BOARD PROGRAMS UPCOMING EVENTS ... BUILDING FUND

68. Timeline For The History Of Judaism
Cyber encyclopedia of Jewish history and culture that covers everything from antiSemitism to Zionism. It includes a glossary, bibliography of web sites and
Timeline for the History of Judaism

69. Adat Ari El
A reform congregation embracing traditional judaism.
We Are Family
Thank you for taking the time in getting to know more about us. As you explore our web site, you will find information about our synagogue and the programs and and organizations that we offer. What you won't find is the people who make up Adat Ari El. If you are really interested in learning more about us, we invite you to give us a call or come to our Friday Night Shabbat Services. Shabbat Services on Friday at 7:30 PM – Cantorial Soloist Lola Rivera Monthly Torah study with Rabbi Hillel Cohn on Saturday at 10:00 AM Shalom
About Us
ADAT ARI EL (Ah-daht Ah-ree El), is a Reform congregation with a deep appreciation for the beauties and timeless insights of Jewish tradition as they can be expressed in contemporary ways. We are a member of the Union for Reform Judaism (formerly Union of American Hebrew Congregations), the national organization of Reform Judaism. We are an egalitarian congregation that accords full equality to men and women. Ours is a congregation that is comprised of people of all ages, married and single, born Jewish or Jewish-By-Choice, interfaith families – all who are interested in being part of a synagogue that is warm, friendly, and spiritual. Our name, Adat Ari El, means “Lion of God.” Just as the lion is a symbol of strength we see our congregation as a strong force for individual growth through prayer, study, music, and the application of Jewish values to modern life.
Congregation Profile
Founded in 1992, the congregation now has approximately 60 families participating in the various organizations within the congregation including: Sisterhood, Men's Club, Religious School, Bar/Bat Mitzvah training, Youth Groups, Shabbat and holiday services. The president is

70. Project MUSE - Modern Judaism
Modern judaism. EISSN 1086-3273 Print ISSN 0276-1114 Modern judaism provides a distinctive, interdisciplinary forum for discussion of the modern
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Publisher: Oxford University Press Modern Judaism provides a distinctive, interdisciplinary forum for discussion of the modern Jewish experience since the Haskalah, the Jewish Enlightenment. Its contributors address topics pertinent to the understanding of Jewish life today and the forces that have shaped that experience, including the Zionist movement and the establishment of the State of Israel, the socio-political role assumed by literary works of art, and the rise of modern anti-Semitism and its devastating climax in the Holocaust. JOURNAL COVERAGE:
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Egalitarian conservative Jewish congregation affiliated with the United Synagogue of Conservative judaism. Web site is for contact information only.
Congregation Beth Jacob
This is the home page of Congregation Beth Jacob [Fresno, California], an egalitarian conservative Jewish congregation affiliated with the Northern California Region of the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism President Larry Bluestone
Manager Jammie Barker
Weekly Shabbat services: Friday, 8:00 PM; Saturday, 9:30 AM Find us on the map at or find directions to . . .
406 W. Shields Avenue (at corner of Fruit Ave.)
Fresno, California 93705
Telephone: [559] 222-0664
Webmaster Larry Rosler keeps his on this page, and last made changes on May 10, 2005.
Please e-mail your comments and suggestions to
This page is being hosted on the server of the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism.

72. Project MUSE - Aleph: Historical Studies In Science And Judaism
Aleph explores the interface between judaism and science and studies the interactions between science and judaism throughout history.
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Publisher: Indiana University Press Aleph explores the interface between Judaism and science and studies the interactions between science and Judaism throughout history. Science is conceived broadly and includes the social sciences and the humanities. Likewise, the history of science is broadly construed within the journal's purview and includes the social and the cultural dimensions. Aleph also publishes studies on related subjects that allow a comparative view, such as the place of science in other cultures. It regularly includes full-length articles and brief communications, as well as notes on recently published books. Aleph , which is an annual, is a joint publication of the Sidney M. Edelstein Center for the History of Science, Technology, and Medicine and the Institute for Jewish Studies, both at The Hebrew University, and Indiana University Press. JOURNAL COVERAGE:
Vol. 4 (2004) through current issue
Volume 4, 2004

73. Congregation Anshei Israel Home Page
Affiliated with the United Synagogue of Conservative judaism, and home to an awardwinning preschool through kindergarten program. Detailed and comprehensive in scope.
Shalom! A People with Dreams The great quality of the Jews is that they have been able to dream through all the long and dreary centuries; and mankind has credited them with another quality, the power to realize their dreams. Meet our new Assistant Rabbi by clicking here!
We are proud to announce that 2005/5765
is the 75th anniversary of our congregation! The kick-off event for our year-long celebration
was held on December 12, 2004, with our
Cantor's Hanukkah Concert.
Fifth Street LIVE! A Comedy/Marketplace
took place on April 17, 2005.
Our 74th Annual Meeting was held on May 23, 2005,
with the induction of our Board of Trustees and
an archival display.

74. Judaism 101
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We're Moving! After nearly 3 years at this location, Judaism 101 is moving to
If your browser supports the "refresh" tag, you will be taken to the new location automatically in 15 seconds. This table of contents is maintained solely for the purpose of providing the updates to web spiders. Download What's Nu? Current Calendar Ideas
What Do Jews Believe? Basic
The Nature of G-d
Human Nature
Moshiach: The Messiah
Kabbalah and Jewish Mysticism
Who Is a Jew? Basic
Movements of Judaism
Ashkenazic and Sephardic Jews
Jewish Attitudes Toward Non-Jews
The Role of Women
Rabbis, Priests, and Other Religious Functionaries
Basic Sages and Scholars Intermediate Prophets and Prophecy Intermediate
Synagogues, Shuls and Temples Basic
Signs and Symbols Basic Jewish Cooking Basic
Hebrew Alphabet Basic Hebrew Language: Root Words Intermediate The Name of G-d Basic Torah Basic Weekly Torah Readings Intermediate Prayers and Blessings Intermediate Jewish Liturgy Intermediate
Halakhah: Jewish Law 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
Jewish Calendar Basic Shabbat Basic Jewish Holidays Basic

75. Savannah Jewish Educational Alliance, Jewish Community Center, Savannah Jewish F
Dedicated to enhancing the quality of Jewish life. In conjunction with the Savannah Jewish Federation, we are preserving the values of judaism.
Enhancing the Quality of Jewish Life in
Savannah, Georgia
Urgent Assistance for Hurricane Evacuees
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Urgent Assistance for Hurricane Evacuees:
Savannah Assistance for Hurricane Evacuees
Federation to coordinate assistance for victims of the Hurricane
Central Information Services
Information on evacuees from New Orleans Jewish Community is being coordinated through Jewish Family Services: E-mail information to Larry Dane-Kellogg, Director of Jewish Family Services, at
Ask evacuees from New Orleans to e-mail their whereabouts to Adam, New Orleans Federation CRC Director, at
Ask evacuees from other communities (Biloxi, Gulfport, Mobile, etc.), to contact Richard Klein, UJC Network Consultant, at
Savannah Assistance to Evacuees
Offer home hospitality: Jewish Family Services is coordinating home hospitality for evacuees from the Hurricane evacuated areas.
Short-term rentals and rates, on a preferred basis are available through the Federation.
Contact Larry Dane-Kellogg/Jewish Family Services at

76. - Torah, Judaism And Jewish Info
Official homepage for worldwide ChabadLubavitch movement that promotes judaism and provides daily lectures and insights. Chabad-Lubavitch is a philosophy, = 'main'; Ask the Rabbi Subscribe Contact Us Wednesday, September 7, 2005 - Elul 3, 5765 ...
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Do (Normal) Jews Believe in Prophecy?

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WEEKLY SERMONETTE Here Comes the Judge ESSAY Written Word, Spoken Word By Chaya Shuchat Compliments are rare. My critics are not shy and freely express their displeasure with my work. At the end of the day, I feel drained to my last drop of energy. So why do I bother teaching? QUESTION Torah, Slavery and the Jews By Tzvi Freeman Yes, there's tension here, and as every good dramatist and massage therapist knows, tension is a good point to play with . COMMENT Should We Hate Them? By Levi Brackman Many of us are not quite sure how to react towards terrorists who have no qualms about killing huge amounts of people. Should we be angry with them or should we feel sorry for them? h Why is there so much pain and suffering in our lives? The struggle to understand, to cope, and to grow in the face of challenge and tragedy Browse...

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Synagogue affiliated with both the United Synagogue of Conservative judaism and the Jewish Reconstructionist Federation. Includes information about worship, education, programs and groups.

78. NAJM - National Association Of Judaism And Medicine Home Page- Best Wishes For G
Discussion of Jewish medical ethics.
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Medicine, science and halacha met in a holistic way in the discussions at the International Conference on Judaism and Contemporary medicine. The two hundred and fifty doctors and medical personnel debated, listened and were enlightened as the internationally acclaimed faculty discussed the hottest topics in Jewish Law and Contemporary Medicine. Moshe Akerman, MD of Crown Heights initiated this conference back in 5748 with the support and encouragement of the Rebbe. The conference is jointly sponsored by the NAJM organization, headed by Rabbi Dr. Akerman; the Chabad House of Midtown Manhattan, headed by the shliach Rabbi Yehoshua Metzger and is accredited for doctors and nurses through the State University of New York – Downstate Medical Center. Click here for full story, photos and additional details. The National Association of Judaism and Medicine , founded in 1988, provides the opportunity for dialogue and assessment of the ever-expanding world of possibilities opened by the advance of medical science in light of the millenniums-old Jewish ethical and philosophic tradition.
Offering something for scholars, scientists, professionals, as well as lay persons, the NAJM has come to the World Wide Web to open their institute to a wider audience.

79. Jewish Reconstructionist Federation - Welcome
are part of the fourth (and youngest) recognized branch of American judaism. Is Reconstructionist judaism For You? The Reconstructionist Movement
Serving more than 100 affiliated congregations and havurot. Menu Search
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- Community Response, Advocacy Information, Links to Donate Featured On Our Pages Does your JRF Congregation/Havurah have an event with photos to share with our community? Please email the JRF Webkeeper Quick Reference Calendar of Events
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80. Congregation Darchei Noam - A Reconstructionist Egalitarian Synagogue
Toronto's first reconstructionist synagogue. Site includes information about the Reconstructionist movement and progressive judaism, services, study, social action and upcoming events.
Darchei Noam, Toronto's Reconstructionist Synagogue, is a close-knit community of 300 families. Religious services are traditional in form, and progressive and egalitarian in content. Members participate in leading services, chanting Torah, or presenting a D'var Torah. Women and men participate equally in all areas of synagogue life. Please join us for services any time. If you are new to Darchei Noam, and if you let us know you are coming, we will gladly arrange for someone to be your host at the service.
Shabbat morning services begin at 10 am. For Torah study, children's services, Friday night services, Minyan Michadesh, Israeli dancing, holidays and festivals - please check the calendar
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September 11 Click here for application package Israeli dancing for beginners Sept 17, 24, Oct 1 after kiddush High Holy Days 2005 Information is here Our office has moved 183 Cocksfield Avenue, Unit 4 Comments? Questions? Info?
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