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         Judaism:     more books (100)
  1. Judaism of the Second Temple Period: Sages and Literature, vol. 2 by David Flusser, 2009-08-24
  2. Atheist Manifesto: The Case Against Christianity, Judaism, and Islam by Michel Onfray, 2008-01-16
  3. The Year Mom Got Religion: One Woman's Midlife Journey into Judaism by Lee Meyerhoff Hendler, 1999-08
  4. Jerusalem: Or on Religious Power and Judaism by Moses Mendelssohn, 1983-11-15
  5. Standing Again at Sinai: Judaism from a Feminist Perspective by Judith Plaskow, 1991-02-01
  6. Philo: Foundations of Religious Philosophy in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, Volume 1, Structure and Growth of Philosophical Systems from Plato to Spinoza: II by Harry Austryn Wolfson, 1962-01
  7. Questioning Judaism: Interviews by Elisabeth Weber (Cultural Memory in the Present) by Jacques Derrida, 2004-07-23
  8. Memory and History in Christianity and Judaism
  9. Judaism For Everyone: Renewing Your Life Through The Vibrant Lessons Of The Jewish Faith by Schmuley Boteach, 2003-04-01
  10. Judaism of the Second Temple Period: Qumran and Apocalypticism by David Flusser, 2007-10
  11. Judaism Before Jesus: The Events & Ideas That Shaped the New Testament World by Anthony J. Tomasino, 2003-10-17
  12. Ancient Judaism by Max Weber, Hans H. Gerth, et all 1967-05-01
  13. New Age Judaism: Ancient Wisdom for the Modern World by Melinda Ribner, 2000-04-01
  14. Doing Jewish Theology: God, Torah & Israel in Modern Judaism by Neil Gillman, 2010-08-31

101. Union For Traditional Judaism Home Page
Transdenominational education and outreach organization dedicated to promoting the principles of traditional judaism. Includes news, discussion, and links
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The UTJ is a trans-denominational education and outreach organization dedicated to promoting the principles of traditional Judaism. We support and encourage traditional Jewish practice among individuals, congregations, institutions, scholars and religious leaders across the spectrum of the Jewish community. Our programs and resources are used by a wide range of synagogues, schools, and other Jewish institutions. Our goal is to bring the greatest possible number of Jews closer to an open-minded, observant Jewish life.
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102. New Page 1
A centrallylocated Traditional/Egalitarian Conservative Congregation that is affiliated with The United Synagogue of Conservative judaism. Part of The South Side Hebrew Congregation. Information on programs and services provided.
Chicago Synagogues: Near North / Downtown Conservative Congregation
Central Synagogue of Chicago The South Side Hebrew Congregation The Traditional Egalitarian Conservative Synagogue of the Near North Side of Chicago
The spiritual home of people who reside
throughout Chicago and the suburbs. Affiliated with the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism A Unique Urban Congregation
The Only Centrally Located
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With Congregants From All Over Chicagoland
A small, warm, friendly congregation
where everyone counts
and everyone is welcome A Traditional approach to Judaism with contemporary insights. If you are looking for a spiritual home please visit us. You are welcome to join us in prayer, study and for social activities.
H ighly Rated by Chicago Visitors Walking distance from Near North Hotels A great place to worship on Shabbat morning.

103. Women's League For Conservative Judaism
The mission of Women s League for Conservative judaism is to strengthen and unite synagogue women s groups and their members; support them in mutual efforts
W Masorti T hrough our volunteer programs and projects geared toward education, religious observance, Israel, and public policy and advocacy, expand your knowledge and commitment to Judaism, participate in contemporary issues, and support Jewish ideals worldwide. World Zionist Elections Are Coming!
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judaism designates the religious communion which survived the destruction of the Jewish nation by the Assyrians and the Babylonians.
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At the present day, the term designates the religious communion which survived the destruction of the Jewish nation by the Assyrians and the Babylonians . A brief account of Judaism thus understood may be given under the following heads: (1) Judaism before the Christian Era;
(2) Judaism and Early Christianity;
(3) Judaism since A.D. 70;
(4) Judaism and Church Legislation.
Upon the return from Babylon (538 B.C.), Juda was conscious of having inherited the religion of pre-Exile Israel . It was that religion which had prompted the exiles to return to the land promised by Yahweh to their ancestors, and they were now determined to maintain it in its purity. From the Captivity they had learned that in His justice, God had punished their sins by delivering them into the power of pagan nations, as the Prophets of old had repeatedly announced; and that in His love for the people of His choice, the same God had brought them back, as Isaias (40-46) had particularly foretold. Thence they naturally drew the conclusion that, cost what it may, they must prove faithful to Yahweh , so as to avert a like punishment in the future. The same conclusion was also brought home to them, when some time after the completion of the Temple, Esdras solemnly read the Law in their hearing. This reading placed distinctly before their minds the unique position of their race among the nations of the world. The Creator of heaven and earth, in His mercy towards fallen man (Genesis 1-3), had made a covenant with their father Abraham, in virtue of which his seed, and in his seed all the peoples of the earth, should be blessed (Genesis 12, 18; II Esdras 9). From that time forth, He had watched over them with jealous care. The other nations, once fallen into idolatry, He had allowed to grovel amid their impure rites; but He had dealt differently with the

105. European Sephardic Institute
Safeguarding the Sephardic culture of Greece, Turkey, Morocco and elsewhere, as well as the history of pre1492 Spanish and Portuguese judaism.
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106. Humanistic Judaism Homepage
For Jews wishing to maintain their Jewish identity in a nontheistic manner through congregations and communities. Features mailing list, archive,
Humanistic Judaism Homepage
Welcome to the world of Humanistic Judaism. This organized branch of Judaism is for Jews wishing to maintain their Jewish identity in a non-theistic manner through congregations and communities. Humanistic Judaism differs from secular or cultural Judaism in that it is congregational in form and substance. Jewish education, holidays, tradition and life cycle events are the foundation of Humanistic Judaism. While the important role of God in Jewish history and tradition is recognized, and spirituality is greatly valued, Humanistic Judaism holds that supernatural authority should play no role in human affairs; the branch is non-theistic in observance and content. Humanistic Judaism was founded by Rabbi Sherwin Wine in the 1960's. Its formal organization is carried out by The Society for Humanistic Judaism. which has many affiliated communities in the U.S. and other countries. This page is operated by Walter Hellman as an independent service for all Humanistic Jews, both affiliated and unaffiliated. While the primary purpose of this page and the associated mailing list (see below) is to further the advancment of Humanisitic Judaism, the page and its contents do not necessarily represent the views of the Society for Humanistic Judaism. Other internet access to HJ currently consists of a mailing list (the "hj" list), an archive of documents (see "Humanistic Judaism Archive" link below), this page, and pages of other communities. See "What is Humanistic Judaism?/Connections" (below)

107. Mr. Dowling's Judaism Page
Judiasm is the oldest religion of the western world and has influenced Christianity and Islam. Learn more in a lesson designed for middle school students.
Home E-Mail Download Lessons Interactive Quiz ... South America Judaism Judaism is the oldest religion of the western world and has influenced Christianity and Islam. There are approximately fifteen million Jews throughout the world. The Hebrews were the ancestors of the Jewish people and trace their ancestry to Abraham, who left his home in the Mesopotamian city of Ur about 2200BC. The Hebrews were different from others of their time because they were monotheistic; they believed in only one God. The Hebrews believed they had a special relationship with their God and that they were his chosen people. The Hebrews returned to Israel, but they were conquered by several other cultures. In time, most of the Hebrews were forced to leave Israel, beginning a period known as the Diaspora. The Hebrews were forced to live as minorities in many different lands until the creation of the Jewish nation of Israel in 1948. Jewish people have often faced severe mistreatment. European Jews were ordered to leave Spain by Ferdinand and Isabella, and faced organized massacres called pogroms in many nations, particularly in Eastern Europe. In this century, as many as six million Jews were murdered in what we now call the Holocaust, where the Nazi party in Germany attempted genocide, or the planned killing of a whole group of people because of their religion or nationality.

108. United Synagogue Youth
Jewish youth group in Canada and the USA affiliated with the United Synagogue of Conservative judaism (USCJ).

109. Judaism
But judaism was a religion before this, but with a more complex and purified The central theme of judaism, is the covenant between the Jews and God.

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DETAILED ARTICLES Ashkenazi Jews Sephardi Jews Conservative Karaism ... Reform ANCIENT DIVISIONS Essenes Hasideans Pharisees Sadducees ... Zealots JEWS IN THE MIDDLE EAST Last column: % Jews of the population Egypt Iran Iraq Israel ... Turkey Total *) Other countries ) Illegal settlers with Israeli passports. *) Calculated for the total population of North Africa and the Middle East, approx. 430,000,000. Third largest religion in Middle East North Africa . Has close to 5 million adherents here, where more than 90% live in Israel . If the settlers living in Palestine , who have Israeli citizenship and status, are included, only 1.5% of Middle Eastern/North African Jews live outside Israel. Central in the Jewish belief is that there is only one God, and that there is a special pact between God and the Jews . Jews are obliged to observe the Law given by God. The purpose of this pact is to bring the world forward to the point where Messiah arrives in the world, in order to recreate order and stability in the world, with Jerusalem and Israel as the centre. Judaism is often used for the whole tradition of the religion of the Jews. This is inaccurate, as there was a drastic shift in the religion in the early 1st millennium BCE, when true monotheism was established as the truth. It is from this time that the religion got its name, from the land of the Hebrews, Judah: Judaism.

110. Netzarim Judaism
Messianic teaching ministry with articles and books on Torah and Kabbalah. Tenakh, Talmud and Matthew only. Salvation by works. Yeshua was human Messiah.
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111. Judaism
judaism. History of judaism Basic Beliefs Geographic Concentration Jewish Terms Links to More judaism Sites. Jewish man praying at the Wailing Wall
History of Judaism Basic Beliefs Geographic Concentration Jewish Terms ... Links to More Judaism Sites Jewish man praying at the Wailing Wall in Jerusalem. Written by Sara Wenner, 2001

112. Chabad.AM English | Chabad.AM
Information about judaism and the organization around the world. Chabad centers, Shabbat times, candle lighting, and Jewish holidays.
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113. Welcome To Congregation Shaarie Torah
A traditionalist shul affiliated with the Union for Traditional judaism.
Center for Lifelong Jewish Learning and Observance
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OUR CONGREGANTS IN ISRAEL Eighteen people from Shaarie Torah went to Israel on summer trip. Adam Steckel designed a web log about their adventures that is full of pictures, anecdotes and more. See what our friends were up to by going TO ADAM'S SITE
SHAARIE TORAH'S 100 ANNIVERSARY DVD The DVD includes the program taking you through Shaarie Torah’s 1st 100 years, as well as pictures taken the night of the Gala. Along with the DVD you will receive the 100th Anniversary Commemorative book. Cost for the DVD and Commemorative book is $25, which includes shipping. Call (503) 226-6131 for Ordering
BOBBIE COHEN RECEIVES SONG OF MIRIAM AWARD Bobbie Cohen received the coveted Song of Miriam Award at a brunch ceremony on Sunday, June 5, at Congregation Neveh Shalom. The community acknowledged Bobbie’s great contributions to Shaarie Torah! Bobbie belongs to the group of exceptional women at Congregation Shaarie Torah who have labored for decades without any reward but to see the synagogue prosper. A firm believer in Jewish education, Bobbie volunteered in Sisterhood projects to ensure that educational programming would be available for her two children, and now that they are grown, she continues this work.

114. Judaism
Weekly article on judaism, culture, holidays, etc. dewey decimal N/A.
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115. Humor - Kosher Style
Torahjudaism-friendly Jewish jokes from Jewish America.
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· jewish tradition · jewish forums · jewish life · torah · parsha · perspectives · jewish links · jewish interest · jewish humor · jews · Israel · holocaust Links To: Jewish History Jewish Forums Jewish Links Of Jewish Interest ... Home Page JewishAmerica: Sharing and caring on the Internet About JewishAmerica In Recognition Of Aish Hatorah - Reconnecting Jews To Their Heritage JewishAmerica Preserving a near-lost legacy and heritage. Sharing and Caring on behalf of Torah Judaism.
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Readers are encouraged to suggest content for this page. E-mail us at All jokes have been sanitized and will probably meet your standard for family consumption. We are now privileged to present the wisdom and wit of Rabbi Aryeh Karmel, Director of JEP (Jewish Education Program), Central New Jersey. Look for the Karmel Korn symbol in our text, your symbol of KarmelKorn.

116. Welcome To Yeshiva Migdal Torah
Offers classes, programs and symposiums in all aspects of judaism, tailored to adults with little or no prior Jewish education. Events and class schedule, tape library, photo gallery, and a Minyan schedule.

117. JSTOR: Modern Judaism
Modern judaism A Journal of Jewish Ideas and Experience provides a distinctive, interdisciplinary forum for discussion of the modern Jewish experience.
Modern Judaism
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118. Sefarad Archives
Plaintext collection of messages to the SEFARAD mailing list, dealing with Sephardic judaism. In English and Ladino.

119. Wise Observatory, Astronomy And Judaism, Jewish Astronomy - By Friedel Loinger
Links to articles on the history Jewish astronomy.
Astronomy and Judaism
    History of Jewish Astronomy
  • "It Started with Abraham" ,published in Tel-Aviv University News, Winter 1996-7
  • Jewish Astronomy, from ancient to modern times -
    "Astronomy in Israel: from Og's Circle to the Wise Observatory"

    by Prof. Yuval Ne'eman

    published in Cataclysmic Variables and Related Objects (Proc. IAU 72nd Colloquium, Haifa, 1982), Mario Livio and Giora Shaviv, eds., #101 Proceedings (D. Reidel, Dordrecht/Boston/London, 1983), p. 323-330.
  • Jewish Astronomy in Spain -
    "Astronomy in Sefarad"
    , by Prof. Yuval Ne'eman

    appeared in The Nearest Active Galaxies , J. Beckman, L. Colina and H. Netzer eds., series "Nueva Tendencias", (Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas, Madrid, 1993), p. 279-286. Reissued as brochure at the inauguration of The Raymond and Beverly Sackler Institute of Astronomy, 1 December 1994.
    Other Related Links
  • Mathematics in Jewish Sources including works of Abraham Bar Hiya Hanasi , and Abraham Ibn Ezra
  • "The Third Star" , by David H. Levy
  • Steven Weintraub's Jewish Calendar Information
    Prof. Yuval Ne'eman

120. Messianic Judaism - The Torah And The Testimony Revealed - Haas Geneology
Messianic Jewish, Torah obedient ministry. Includes audios, booklets, Judaica, and links.

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In addition to teaching the Torah and the Testimony of Scripture, we provide numerous links to political organizations that support Israel, webstores that sell Israeli products and Judaica, as well links for the purchase of kosher food products, and for genealogical research, dna testing and organizations specializing in the facilitation of services for those interested in making aliyah. We also have news links from Israel to help keep you current on developments in Israel from the Israeli perspective; an events calendar, art page, and prayer request email box; as well as books, biblical time lines, and archived radio shows by Hezekiyah Haas. Welcome to the Torah and the Testimony Revealed where Jews and Gentiles alike can be grafted in together as one in the body of Messiah Yeshua through the Torah of Yahuweh and the Testimony of Yeshua. Learn the Way of the early assembly and discover the Hebrew roots of the Faith, and welcome to Israel precious flock of Messiah.

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