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  1. Judaism (Introducing Religions) by Sue Penney, 1997-08-15
  2. Reform Judaism: A Jewish Way of Life by Charles A. Kroloff, 2005-10-30

141. Personality
Founder of American Jewish Alternatives to Zionism, who believed that Zionism conflicts with the values of judaism and democracy.
Archives 1982-1999 breadCrumbs("",">","index.htm","None","None","None","0"); October 1996, pg. 12 Personality
A Spokesman For Justice: A Tribute to Rabbi Elmer Berger
by Grace Halsell
Why, I asked one of the earliest and most vocal of the anti-Zionists, Rabbi Elmer Berger, do so many American Jews give their total support, including tax-free dollars, to Israel, yet prefer to stay in the United States?
influence is something else. The sheer mass of Zionist handouts does ‘influence’ the American media.” He mentioned that much of the early Zionist propaganda convinced many Americans that Arabs were lazy while “strong, industrious Jews had made the desert bloom.” As regards Menachem Begin, “There was a flood of news stories whitewashing the former ‘terrorist’ and pressing upon his brow the laurel wreath of ‘statesman.’ The cumulative effect of all the releases contributes to the mind-set of the American people." Concerning The New York Times Once, Berger related, he and other anti-Zionist Jewish leaders sought an interview with the Jewish owners of the

142. Judaism
judaism is the cornerstone of modern monotheistic religion. The Jewish faith began thousands of years ago and has survived the Millennia.
Judaism is the cornerstone of modern monotheistic religion. The Jewish faith began thousands of years ago and has survived the Millennia. Withstanding slavery, exile, diaspora and the Holocaust, the followers of this faith have rebuilt themselves over and over again, culminating in the creation of the first Jewish State, Israel. Interactive Directories B'nai B'rith Interactive World Wide Jewish Web Israel Aliya Center Ohr Somayach International ... Ahavat Israel Jewish Studies Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs Center for Jewish History Association for Jewish Studies Shevanet On-Line Jewish Magazine ...
(in Hebrew)
Torah Jewish University in Cyberspace Torah Tidbits Archive Torah Net Sephardic Sites Talmud Torah Center B'nai Sepharad The Torah Scrolls BSZ Homepage of Orthodox ... Bassatine News from Cairo's Jewish Community Council From the Bookstore:
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143. Jid=%22JUD%
judaism for Beginnersjudaism for Beginners written by Pamela Granovetter of Netanya, Israel. Which of the following do you believe. The world created itself, or was created by

Nazarene judaism Synagogue of North Branch MI. Teachings and links.
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"IT IS BETTER TO LIGHT EVEN ONE CANDLE THAN TO CURSE THE DARKNESS..." Malkaynu Shuvah is a Hebrew expression meaning, "Our King is Returning." We are a teaching work committed to bringing the Basar (gospel) and Y'shua (commonly and erroneously known by the english word, "Jesus") Mashiach (Messiah) to the Whole House of Israel and Gentile people everywhere, especially in the mid-Michigan area. This ministry is dedicated to Scriptural study and teaching for the purpose of restoring the "Faith once delivered..." to the House of Judah and the House of Israel, while proclaiming that Basar to all whom YHWH is calling. We are also pledged to conveying a deeper understanding of the Hebrew roots of the Faith to Believers everywhere. We strive to discover and reveal the truth about religionists and "churchianity" which historically have ignored and/or concealed important Scriptural truths. Widely accepted "doctrines" are quite often church-traditions rather than genuine Scriptural teachings. Far too many of the cherished notions of churchianity are scripturally unsound. They developed through the centuries from human error, human custom, and pagan assimilation. The "church" likes to refer to itself as "Judeo-Christian" when, in fact, the honest label is "Christo-Pagan." The clear and obvious realities of Scripture differ widely from the doctrines, practices and beliefs of "churchianity". Any student of Scripture, who is being led by the Ruach HaKodesh (H-ly Spirit), will recognize that the Messiah of Scripture is NOT the Anglicized Greco-Roman "Jeezuz" of churchianity!!

145. Ancient Judaism
Ancient judaism Basic Vocabulary Nazarenes and Ebionites Summary of the Torah Josephus on 1st Century Roman Palestine Josephus on John the Baptist

Basic Vocabulary

Nazarenes and Ebionites

Summary of the Torah

Josephus on 1st Century Roman Palestine
Messianic and Apocalyptic Biblical Texts

The Jewish Roman World of Jesus Main Page SECTIONS: Archaeology and the Dead Sea Scrolls
Christian Origins and the New Testament

Gallery ... Dr. Tabor

146. Zion Messianic Jewish Congregation, Synagogue, Jewish Teachings, Biblical Studie
A Synagogue that acknowledges the basic tenets of judaism while maintaining the belief that Yeshua (Jesus) is the Messiah. Includes schedule, and meeting times and place, with links to messianic music and resources.

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Torah Schedule

Welcome to ZION Messianic Congregation of Austin, Texas
A Synagogue that acknowledges Yeshua (Jesus) the Messiah.
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Cultural Center and Synagogue 2525 West Anderson Lane, Austin, Texas For our mailing address C lick Here We are near Oshman's inside Northcross Mall Map and Directions to Zion Congregation's meeting place. Looking for Bible studies or training in the Foundations of Faith ? Visit our Yeshiva webpage or come by our cultural center, Monday through Thursday - noon till 8:00PM. A Messianic Synagogue consisting of Jews and gentiles that express their faith in Yeshua (Jesus) the Messiah in a traditional Jewish way.

147. Judaism: A World Religion
worldmap.gif (11503 bytes), Families of Religions judaism One deity. One Deity Multiple Deities No Deity Combinations Interfaith Calendar
Families of Religions JUDAISM One deity One Deity Multiple Deities No Deity Combinations ... Interfaith Calendar Abraham, about 4000 years ago, entered into an agreement with the one supreme deity. The Torah, the first five books of the Hebrew Scriptures, presents a written account of the people of Israel as they responded to the call of the deity toward worldwide peace and justice. "Hope for redemption of the world" is a central vision. The family is focal point for religious observances, education, and identity. The Sabbath begins on Friday sundown and continues to Saturday sundown and is observed by worship at the synagogue and family events. Orthodox Conservative Reconstructionist Reform Links Calendar source at
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148. Great Lakes & Rivers Region Homepage
The Official homepage of the areas United Synagogues of Conservative judaism
Hevra East
Hevra North

Hevra South

Hevra West

of The United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism
Mission Statement
  • Jewish observance and commitment to the ideology and practice of Conservative Judaism. Jewish education for children, youth and adults. Development of congregational, regional and international lay leadership Awareness of the centrality of Israel and Jerusalem in Conservative Judaism
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149. Karaite Korner - Home Of The World Karaite Movement!
Karaism is the original form of judaism as prescribed by God in the Torah. Karaite judaism rejects later additions to the Tanach (Jewish Bible) such as the
Karaism is the original form of Judaism as prescribed by God in the Torah. Karaite Judaism rejects later additions to the Tanach (Jewish Bible) such as the Rabbinic Oral Law and places the ultimate responsibility of interpreting the Bible on each individual. Karaism does not reject Biblical interpretation but rather holds every interpretation up to the same objective scrutiny regardless of its source. To receive notifications of New Moon Sightings, Abib, New Articles, and other important updates please Subscribe to the Karaite Korner Newsletter.
What is Karaite Judaism
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Glossary of Terms
New Moon in the Bible
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Light of Israel
Teachings of Hakham Rekhavi
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Karaite Siddur
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Recommended Books
Keepers of Karaism or Karaite Judaism are known as Karaites or Karaite Jews or in Hebrew as Karaim. Some spell the name as Qaraites, Caraites, Qaraim, Caraim, Qaraite Judaism, Caraite Judaism. In Hebrew it is written Last Updated: Aug 04, 2005

150. Affirming Messianic Judaism: Light Of Mashiach!
Messianic judaism ministry, that believes all are grafted into Israel. Includes articles on Holidays and the Jewish roots of the faith.
Light of Mashiach! Torah Observant Messianic Judaism
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  • "Almah" and Isaiah 7:14

    (read online or download) Hebrew Names Version Orthodox Brit Chadasha Restored Name KJV "For we preach not ourselves, but Yeshua HaMashiach our Lord; and ourselves your servants for Yeshua's sake. For God, who commanded the light to shine out of the darkness, has shined in our hearts, giving the light of the knowledge of the glory of God in the face of Yeshua HaMashiach." 2 Corinthians 4:5,6 Shalom Aleichem! Lifestyle:
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  • Abortion Search This Site Midi Player: "El Shaddai" (lyrics) "Pray for the peace of Jerusalem" Psalm 122:6 Beit Midrash:
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  • 151. Center For Cultural Judaism
    The Center for Cultural judaism opened in New York in 2003 to meet the needs of the large population of cultural, nonreligious Jews identified in the
    New Academic Institute for the Study of Secularism
    The Institute for the Study of Secularism in Society and Culture will be established at Trinity College under the directorship of Barry Kosmin to enhance understanding of the nature and sources of secular values.
    Jewish Thought
    The majority of Jews throughout the world share secular beliefs based on Jewish pluralism and universal moral values. In his book Secular Judaism: Faith, Values and Spirituality , Yaakov Malkin examines these beliefs and their integral role in the concept of Judaism as culture. More...
    Jewish Life
    Shabbat is our own moment in time, an opportunity to restore our energies as we celebrate the restorative power of leisure. On Shabbat cultural Jews find different ways, consistent with their secular beliefs, to celebrate their Jewish identity. More...

    152. Welcome To The Department Of Religion
    The Department of Religion is one of the largest Humanities departments at Duke and one of the most prestigious departments of religion in the entire country. The Department offers instruction in all the major religions, notably Christianity, judaism, Islam, Buddhism, and Hinduism.
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    Please take a moment to explore our site. To learn more about the locations in the rotating graphic below, click here or on any or the photos. The study of religion explores one of the primary activities of humankind. It involves a comparative understanding of the various ways different peoples, across space and through time, have developed their religious ideas, values, systems, beliefs, rituals, and traditions in response to fundamental questions of human existence. As an interdisciplinary academic discipline, the study of religion offers a rigorous, systematic, and dispassionate intellectual inquiry into various aspects of religious systems, their practitioners and outlooks, their goals and expressions. It employs a wide variety of approaches and methods in order to understand the role of religion in both human experience and thought. The goal of the Department of Religion is to make available to students the broadest possible range of inquiry about this enormous field, which has impacted, and continues to impact, all aspects of human experience.

    153. KOACH - College Outreach Project - United Synagogue Of Conservative Judaism
    College outreach program that provides collegeage students the opportunity to maintain and develop connections to Conservative judaism.
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    156. UCR CHASS: Department Of Religious Studies
    The Department of Religious Studies provides an opportunity to study diverse religious traditions of the world. Students are able to examine texts, symbols, myths, rituals, ideas, values, institutions, and intellectual (theological, philosophical, and ethical) systems of many traditions, such as judaism, Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, African and Native American religions. Religion is studied empathetically, descriptively, and critically with the aid of historical, exegetical, literary, philosophical, theological, and socialscientific (e.g. anthropological, socio-logical, and psychological) methods of inquiry.
    The Department is pleased to announce a new graduate program , offering both a terminal M.A. and a Ph.D. in Religious Studies , beginning in Fall 2006 . Please watch this space or contact the department for more information. To learn more about applying to the Graduate Division of UCR, please click here The Department of Religious Studies provides an opportunity to study diverse religious traditions of the world. Religion has always played a crucial role in human history, thought, and culture and continues to do so today. Students are able to examine texts, symbols, myths, rituals, ideas, values, institutions, and intellectual (theological, philosophical, and ethical) systems of many traditions, such as Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, Sikhism, Buddhism, Confucianism, Taoism, Shinto, Shamanism, and African and Native American traditional religions. Religious Studies at UCR views religion in a global perspective, utilizing resources from the humanities, the social sciences, and the arts.
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    157. SpringerLink - Publication
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    Publication Journal of Psychology and Judaism Publisher: Springer Science+Business Media B.V., Formerly Kluwer Academic Publishers B.V. ISSN: 0700-9801 (Paper) 1573-370X (Online) Subject: Behavioral Science Issues in bold contain content you are entitled to view. Volume 24 Number 4 / December 2000 Number 3 / September 2000 Number 2 / June 2000 Number 1 / March 2000 Volume 23 Number 4 / December 1999 Title: Chicken Soup Group: Peer Group Supervision for Therapists Treating Orthodox Jews Number 3 / June 1999 Number 2 / June 1999 Number 1 / March 1999 Volume 22 Number 4 / December 1998 Number 3 / September 1998 Title: Toward a Hebraic Psychotherapy–Part3 Number 2 / June 1998 Number 1 / March 1998 Title: Toward a Hebraic Psychotherapy–Part 2 Volume 21 Number 4 / December 1997 Title: Aging and Judaism Harvesting One's Life Work Number 3 / September 1997 Title: Toward a Hebraic Psychotherapy–Part 1 Number 2 / December 1997 Number 1 / March 1997 Title: Peace in the Home? The Response of Rabbis to Wife Abuse Within American Jewish Congregations – Part 2

    158. Judaism And Jewish Resources - Andrew Tannenbaum
    Long categorized list of Jewish resources on the Web, at Shamash, maintained by Andy Tannenbaum.
    Judaism and Jewish Resources
    The Internet is rich with Jewish resources. This page shows you the gates to these resources, so that you may go in and explore. This web page is eleven years old! Here's what it looked like on 29 November, 1993.
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    Israel is very well connected to the Internet. The Israel Internet Association maintains the national Domain Name registry. There are many companies and organizations on the web, in the public and private sector. This page points to Israeli indexes to keep track of most Israeli sites, rather than trying to duplicate their efforts. Machba (Merkaz haCHishuvim haBein-Universitai, the Israeli Interuniversity Computer Center) has an informative Israel Academic Network(ILAN) FAQ.

    159. Judaism
    A good source for news stories relating to judaism, not just in California, but around the Internet Resources for the Study of judaism and Christianity
    Judaism syllabi and teaching resources electronic texts

    This site offers PDF versions of many Hebrew language books and journals.

    "iTanakh was begun in June 2000 as an effort to index internet resources that might be of use in the academic study and teaching of the Hebrew Bible. iTanakh is designed to help everyone from undergraduates to professors emeriti find useful sites on the web. iTankah's Editorial Policy iTanakh's indexes focus on materials of interest to students of the Tanakh or Hebrew Bible. Although there are fine materials available online on apocrypha and pseudepigrapha, New Testament, theology, and so on, these are not indexed at iTanakh. At the same time, iTanakh conceives the study of the Hebrew Bible rather broadly and in the context of more general ancient near eastern studies. Thus, resources relevant to the Akkadian language, Sumerian texts, and the social world of Ptolemaic Egypt (to name but three categories) would be considered relevant." Maintained by Christopher Heard of Pepperdine University. The Jewish Encyclopedia

    160. Articles & Guest Papers
    A collection of essays and guest papers explaining varying aspects of Messianic judaism.
    These papers are posted here to present the varying opinions on the Two Houses of Israel, Hebraic Roots, Torah, etc. Etz Chayim-Tree of Life may not totally agree with everything that is in these papers but we want to provide our visitors with as much information as we can. We leave it up to our readers to make up their minds. Please note that some of these articles are linked on outside websites. Articles of Faith For Judah and Ephraim The Three Pillars of the Messianic Walk
    by Mordechai Silver Who Was the Early 1st Century Church?

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