An Introduction to Judaism By Rabbi Stephen M. Wylen (416 Pages)Publisher: Paulist Press, 1989
Conveniently organized for classroom use, offers a comprehensive introduction to Judaism, which considers and answers two encompassing questions: "What is Torah?" and "What is a Jew?" The author describes and explains the holy days of the Jewish year, the daily observances of Judaism, and the Jewish beliefs that are associated with these practices. Also examines how modern Jews have reinterpeted their heritage to suit their way of living in the modern world.