The car you drive, the place you live, the friends you choose, the books you read, the movies you watch, and your attitude to the multitudes of modern issues provide some of this books 50 ways to be Jewish. These are presented in a tantalizing, compelling, witty and original guidebook. It introduces some simple why to formulas, with additional how to and what to ingredients for understanding Judaism. Combining traditional sources with contemporary social insights, this book contradicts the notion that "it is hard to be a Jew".
It introduces the spiritual and ritual side of Judaism. Providing a fascinating journey into a world of Jewish mysticism and theology; of Jewish history and sociology; of Jewish belief and practice; of Jewish morality and responsibility.
- By Rabbi David J. Forman
- (296 Pages)Publisher: Gefen, 2002