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The Artscroll English Tanach Stone Edition by Nosson Scherman
The Stone Edition Of The Chumash by Nosson Scherman
A great thing becomes smaller and smaller. Now, the one-volume Stone Edition of The Chumash grows to five volumes, and shrinks to two handy sizes of 6 x 4-3/4 and 6-1/2 x 8. Each of the volumes has its own index, all the haftarahs, and appropriate Megillos. And each set comes in a beautiful matching slip-case. Convenient to use, they make beautiful gifts for yourself or someone you know. For gifts? For travel? For Shul
Tanach Prophecies by David Zephaniah
The book is from the Tanach (original Bible). It has to do with mankind's apocalyptic future in not so distant future. The book contains four different prophecies in the Tanach; Book of Jeremiah, Book of Daniel, Book of Ezekiel, and the Book of Zechariah. The Creator chose those four special people as messengers of the mankind, and gave the information about the future in general and apocalyptic future as well. Each of these people were extraordinary in their own right: *Jeremiah was an important Prophet about 2500 years ago. He outlived 4 kings. *Daniel was a prince in the kingdom of Judah. When he was 15 years old, Babylonians invaded Judah and took him captive to serve the king of Babylon. Little did he know that God would take him under His wing, and elevate him into a position of leadership over the whole world. *Ezekiel was a Jewish priest who lived among Jewish exiles in Babylon about 2400 years ago. He was exiled five years earlier, when Babylonians destroyed the kingdom of Judah and exiled many of its people. One day, when Ezekiel was alone, God has revealed Himself to him. *Zechariah was a highly respected priest in the kingdom of Judah in the ancient and magical times, 2350 years ago. He had just returned from the Babylonian exile. As he was struggling with the changes and challenges of the newfound freedom, God revealed Himself to him. The Creator had a message for the mankind, and He chose Zechariah to deliver it. The prophecies include the dramatic events in the ancient world, and the events that will take place at the end of this world and beyond. However, God's prophecies conclude with the great promise! It is about the splendid and euphoric future on earth... Faithful to Tanach (original Bible).
Learn To Read Hebrew In 6 Weeks by Miiko Shaffier
Miiko Shaffier has developed a fun and easy method to learn to read Hebrew. Using fun memory tricks and pictures to teach you the sound of the letters, this book will have you reading Hebrew in just 6 weeks!
The Jewish Bible by Julie Pelc
This guide to the Jewish Bible explains what the Jewish Bible is, how it developed, its structure and differences between it and Christian Bibles. It also includes short histories of Bible translations and commentaries, a guide to characters and places, plus an introduction to Biblical poetry, storytelling, law and Bible study.
Tanach Stone Edition by Nosson Scherman
Who is God? Many people have ideas about God. Where do you get your ideas? M.R. Hyde invites you to learn about God from the Bible, and in particular, from Genesis and Exodus. This devotional journey, first in The Trinity series, helps readers move from the Bible as just a history book or biographies of people of faith to the person and character of the God of the universe-both personal and majestic, righteous and merciful, terrifying and wonderful. This book is divided into small sections of Genesis and Exodus designed for personal or small group interaction.
Judaism In America by Marc Lee Raphael
Jews have been a religious and cultural presence in America since the colonial era, and the community of Jews in the United States today—some six million people—continues to make a significant contribution to the American religious landscape. Emphasizing developments in American Judaism in the last quarter century among active participants in Jewish worship, this book provides both a look back into the 350-year history of Judaic life and a well-crafted portrait of a multifaceted tradition today. Combining extensive research into synagogue archival records and secondary sources as well as interviews and observations of worship services at more than a hundred Jewish congregations across the country, Raphael's study distinguishes itself as both a history of the Judaic tradition and a witness to the vitality and variety of contemporary American Judaic life. Beginning with a chapter on beliefs, festivals, and life-cycle events, both traditional and non-traditional, and an explanation of the enormous variation in practice, Raphael then explores Jewish history in America, from the arrival of the first Jews to the present, highlighting the emergence and development of the four branches: Orthodox, Conservative, Reconstructionist, and Reform. After documenting the considerable variety among the branches, the book addresses issues of some controversy, notably spirituality, conversion, homosexuality, Jewish education, synagogue architecture, and the relationship to Israel. Raphael turns next to a discussion of eight American Jews whose thoughts and/or activities made a huge impact on American Judaism. The final chapter focuses on the return to tradition in every branch of Judaism and examines prospects for the future.
Tanach by Nosson Scherman
The Jewish Study Bible by Adele Berlin
This study Bible offers readers of the Hebrew Bible a resource that is specifically tailored to meet their needs. It presents the centre of gravity of the Scriptures where Jews experience it.