By Karl-Gustav Sandelin
By Laura Varon
Life in la Juderia, the Jewish sector of Rhodes, had its foundation within the robust cultural traditions of the Sephardic Jews who settled there after fleeing the Spanish Inquisition. Nazi career of the island overdue in global battle II may shatter the neighborhood and strength its population into focus camps faraway from domestic. pushed by way of her promise to appear after a more youthful sister, younger Laura Varon realized to manage in an international the place human kindness used to be so infrequent that it will possibly neither be relied on nor believed. one of many few survivors of Rhodes, she might fight to accommodate the lack of the useless and the ghosts that haunted the living.
Upon her liberation, Laura lay between corpses, eventually able to surrender her struggle. fresh sheets and a being concerned contact have been virtually greater than she may possibly undergo. an extended convalescence in Sweden might merely be the start of her trip again towards normalcy. progressively reunited with kinfolk, Laura needs to come to phrases with the lack of her group and her earlier. Rhodes, not an Italian territory, can't be the house she seeks. A fierce selection drives Laura to construct a brand new existence and to hold at the legacy of the misplaced Juderia of Rhodes.
By Alan S. Yoffie,Mark Podwal
By Philip R. Davies
On the Origins of Judaism examines the formation of 1 of the oldest monotheistic religions. The booklet covers a various variety of subject matters: the id of these who produced and canonized the Hebrew Bible and for that reason formed its interpretation; the importance and effect of moment Isaiah and the books of Ezra and Nehemiah; the roots of Jewish apocalyptic literature, and the prospective origins of the Exodus tale; the moral platforms of the Hebrew Bible and the Athenian tragedians; and where of foods and drinks within the Qumran group. On the Origins of Judaism is the main complete exploration of the roots of the Jewish religion and should be worthwhile to scholars and students of biblical and non secular studies.
By P. Mendes
By Ned Curthoys
Comparing the liberal Jewish ethics of the German-Jewish philosophers Ernst Cassirer and Hannah Arendt, this publication argues that either espoused a diasporic, worldly notion of Jewish identification that used to be anchored in a pluralist and politically engaged interpretation of Jewish historical past and an abiding curiosity within the advanced lived truth of recent Jews. Arendt's indebtedness to liberal Jewish thinkers equivalent to Moses Mendelssohn, Abraham Geiger, Hermann Cohen, and Ernst Cassirer has been obscured by way of her modernist posture and caustic critique of the assimilationism of her German-Jewish forebears. by means of reorienting our belief of Arendt as a profoundly secular philosopher anchored in 20th century political debates, we're resulted in reconsider the philosophical, political, and moral legacy of liberal Jewish discourse.
By David Teeter
The tale starts in a Jewish local in Jerusalem. It concludes in a secure condominium for Muslim collage students.
David Teeter explores 3 severe questions:
1. will we be either "pro-Israel" and "pro-Palestine" ?
2. Can a Muslim stick to Jesus and stay a Muslim?
3. Can Israelis and Palestinians proportion the Land of Promise in peace?
David's tale will thrill you. His solutions will shock you.
By Rebbe Nachman of Breslov,Rabbi Chaim Kramer,Aryeh Kaplan
Rejoice within the tales of Rebbe Nachman of Breslov—for their perception into the human and the world of the mysterious. whilst Rabbi Nachman first began telling his tales, he declared: "Now i'll inform you stories." the explanation he did so used to be simply because in generations thus far from God the single treatment was once to provide the secrets and techniques of the Torah—including even the best of them—in the shape of reports. —from the Preface for hundreds of years, non secular academics have advised tales to show classes approximately God and perceptions of the realm round us. Hasidic grasp Rebbe Nachman of Breslov (1772–1810) perfected this instructing procedure via his engrossing and exciting tales which are fast-moving, brilliantly dependent, and choked with penetrating insights. This assortment provides the knowledge of Rebbe Nachman, translated by means of Rabbi Aryeh Kaplan and observed via illuminating observation drawn from the works of Rebbe Nachman's students. this significant paintings brings you genuine interpretations of Rebbe Nachman’s tales, permitting you to event the wealthy history of Torah and Kabbalah that underlies every one be aware of his inspirational teachings.
By Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson,Uri Kaploun
After turning to the Rebbe for information in each feasible scenario for over 40 years, the place does a chassid flip for information at a time like this? - Instinctively, he turns to the phrases of the Rebbe at a similar time.
In the early weeks after the passing of the former Lubavitcher Rebbe in 1950, because the international discovered itself confronted via an strange fact, the Rebbe stumbled on himself surrounded by means of bereft chassidim who sought orientation and reassurance. With them he shared the himmel-verter, the whispers from one other global, which this designated quantity has preserved for our times.
Reading via its chapters - The Shepherd won't Forsake His Flock; The Rebbe in Heaven Will carry Mashiach; Connecting To and during the Rebbe; how you can obtain the Torah; cause and past; etc - something quickly turns into transparent: while, within the talks sooner than us, the Rebbe used to be supplying counsel for the location of 1950, he's in reality additionally providing us information for the placement that started at the 3rd of Tammuz, 1994. in truth, a number of the teachings during this e-book are so well timed that to humans of our new release they nearly seem to have been introduced particularly for us.
Uttered in the past in eloquent humility, those whispers from one other global are reverberating serenely within the ears of many an earnest listener today.
By Shalom Carmy
"The central thrust of this publication is to problem the compartmentalization to which we appear all too simply resigned, to find even if, and to what quantity, the tools of recent scholarship can turn into half and parcel of the learn of Torah, conceived as a religious-intellectual lifestyle. now not 'Modern Scholarship and the research of Torah,' yet 'Modern Scholarship in the research of Torah."