Over many centuries, Judaism has consistently demonstrated a particular fondness for books and literacy, and this guide allows readers to listen in on the Jewish conversation across many centuries--from the Hebrew Bible and the rabbinic masterpieces to the pressing subjects of the early 21st century. It introduces great works of biography, spirituality, theology, poetry, fiction, history, and political theory. With a special focus on modern American Jewish life and the two core events of contemporary Jewish history--the Holocaust and the founding of the State of Israel--this overview guides readers to books espousing virtually all types of historic and modern Judaic expression. Each of the chronologically arranged entries examines one title within its historical context, provides information about the author, and gives a clear and focused summary of its content.
|Book Name||One Hundred Great Jewish Books: Three Millennia Of Jewish Conversation|
|Author||Hoffman Rabbi Lawrence A. Phd|
|Publisher||Bluebridge (Aug 2011)|