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  • What Would You Do If You Werent Afraid

    $19.99

    Let Michal Oshman take you on a journey of self discovery to identify what makes you you, what you were born to do and how to do it.

    As a mentor for leaders in top global companies, Michal created a unique personal growth methodology based on the life-changing principles of Jewish wisdom. It is easy to think that the daily challenges we experience in the 21st century are new and unlike any that people faced in the past. Michal draws on her own heritage and a wide range of Chassidut (Jewish teachings) to offerpractical advice for common concerns, such as a broken heart, parenting, overcoming setbacks, and getting the most out of your career.

    By challenging you to explore what matters, Michal offers solutions to your everyday struggles. She will empower you as well as teach you how to adopt her self-development tools to discover who you really are and what you were born to do with your life. With its uplifting belief that you already have all the ingredients within you to lead a joyous life, Michal’s unique mix of corporate culture experience and Jewish wisdom will help you reconnect with yourself.This unique book will help you to find your courage, and move forward freely, with no fear at al

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  • Being Jewish Today

    $18.00

    A Bloomsbury Continuum Title

    This is a book which understands and faces the impact of modernity on the Jewish community today.

    Being Jewish Today gives an account of both the journey of a particular British Jew and the journey of millions of women and men through today’s perplexing and difficult world. With honesty and integrity Rabbi Tony Bayfield breaks new ground in exploring the meaning of Jewish identity and its relationship to Jewish tradition and belief. He does so from the perspective of a person fully integrated into the modern Western world. The rigorous questions he asks of his Jewishness, Judaism and the Jewish God are therefore substantially the same as those asked by individuals of all faiths and none.

    Beginning with an account of the journey of Jewish people and thought from ancient times to the present day, Bayfield goes on to consider Jewish identity, Israel as land and the scourge of anti-Semitism. He then turns to the twin concerns of Torah: Halakhah – practice, and Aggadah – ethics, along with the matter of belief in a world faced with global extinction. Finally, in addressing the manifest injustice of life, Rabbi Bayfield confronts the widely evaded questions of universal suffering and divine inaction.

    Drawing on key religious and secular thinkers who contribute to the force of his argument, Bayfield’s masterful, challenging and urgent book will appeal to all Jews, whether religious or cultural, and to anyone curious about the nature of Judaism and religion today.

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  • Pippas Passover Plate

    $17.99

    An irresistibly adorable mouse tries to find her Passover plate before sundown when the Seder begins in this colorful Jewish holiday story.
    An enchanting mouse scours her cozy, miniature home for her Passover Seder plate with no luck. Sundown is near and the Passover celebration will begin soon. Pippa Mouse must venture out and be brave to ask a cat, a snake, and an owl for help. To her surprise not only are the animals helpful in tracing her plate to the pond, they become her Passover Seder guests. A spread at the end of the book shows the Passover plate with its six essential symbolic items: zeroah (a roasted bone), beitzah, (an egg), maror and charoset (bitter herbs), chazeret (mortar or paste), and karpas (a spring vegetable).

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  • Bridges To Messiah Yeshua

    $6.99

    A Csci Technology LLC Title

    This book provides insight and a perspective about the formation of the church most people have never thought about. Well documented and informative, it describes the rift between the Roman Empire and the Hebrew Nation at the time of Jesus (Yeshua). You will be surprised how this knowledge brings light to the pages of the New Testament scriptures.

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  • Discovering Second Temple Literature

    $29.95

    Jewish Publication Society

    Exploring the world of the Second Temple period (539 BCE-70 CE), in particular the vastly diverse stories, commentaries, and other documents written by Jews during the last three centuries of this period, Malka Z. Simkovich takes us to Jerusalem, Alexandria, and Antioch, to the Jewish sectarians and the Roman-Jewish historian Josephus, to the Cairo genizah, and to the ancient caves that kept the secrets of the Dead Sea Scrolls. As she recounts Jewish history during this vibrant, formative era, Simkovich analyzes some of the period’s most important works for both familiar and possible meanings.

    This volume interweaves past and present in four parts. Part 1 tells modern stories of discovery of Second Temple literature. Part 2 describes the Jewish communities that flourished both in the land of Israel and in the Diaspora. Part 3 explores the lives, worldviews, and significant writings of Second Temple authors. Part 4 examines how authors of the time introduced novel, rewritten, and expanded versions of Bible stories in hopes of imparting messages to the people.

    Simkovich’s popular style will engage readers in understanding the sometimes surprisingly creative ways Jews at this time chose to practice their religion and interpret its scriptures in light of a cultural setting so unlike that of their Israelite forefathers. Like many modern Jews today, they made an ancient religion meaningful in an ever-changing world.

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  • Israel The Church And The Middle East

    $24.99

    The relationship between the church and Israel has been the source of passionate debate among Christians throughout much of church history. In recent years the traditional pro-Israel stance of evangelicals has come under fire by those who support the Palestinian cause, calling for a new perspective and more nuanced approach by Christians who believe that the land of Israel belongs to the Jewish people by virtue of God’s covenants and promises.

    Israel, the Church, and the Middle East challenges the supersessionist drift of the modern church, showing that God retains a plan and purpose for the Jewish people while also addressing a number of the divisive issues raised by authors critical both of Israel and of those who affirm Israel’s right to the land. The book explores the hermeneutics and wider effects of the conflict, such as the growing antipathy within the church toward the evangelization of the Jewish people. It provides readers with an objective and interdisciplinary treatment, which is irenic and respectful in tone.

    The book is directed toward pastors, global Christian leaders, theological students, and well-read lay Christians who are actively seeking guidance and resources regarding the Middle East conflict. The contributors represent a broad evangelical spectrum.

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  • History Of Judaism

    $39.95

    Princeton University Press

    Judaism is one of the oldest religions in the world, and it has preserved its distinctive identity despite the extraordinarily diverse forms and beliefs it has embodied over the course of more than three millennia. A History of Judaism provides the first truly comprehensive look in one volume at how this great religion came to be, how it has evolved from one age to the next, and how its various strains, sects, and traditions have related to each other.

    In this magisterial and elegantly written book, Martin Goodman takes readers from Judaism’s origins in the polytheistic world of the second and first millennia BCE to the temple cult at the time of Jesus. He tells the stories of the rabbis, mystics, and messiahs of the medieval and early modern periods and guides us through the many varieties of Judaism today. Goodman’s compelling narrative spans the globe, from the Middle East, Europe, and America to North Africa, China, and India. He explains the institutions and ideas on which all forms of Judaism are based, and masterfully weaves together the different threads of doctrinal and philosophical debate that run throughout its history.

    A History of Judaism is a spellbinding chronicle of a vibrant and multifaceted religious tradition that has shaped the spiritual heritage of humankind like no other.

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  • Mind The Gap

    $39.00

    Introduction

    Part I: Mind The Gap! Reading Between The Old And The New Testament

    When Was The Old Testament Written? A Brief Timeline

    Ancient Judaism And Its Literatures

    Part II: The Jewish Jesus

    Jesus, The Messiah Of Israel

    In A World Of Demons And Unclean Spirits

    Did Jesus Abolish The Law Of Moses?

    The Resurrection Of The Dead And Life In The Company Of Angels

    Epilogue

    Glossary

    Further Readings

    Additional Info
    Do you want to understand Jesus of Nazareth, his apostles, and the rise of early Christianity? Reading the Old Testament is not enough, writes Matthias Henze in this slender volume aimed at the student of the Bible. To understand the Jews of the Second Temple period, it’s essential to read what they wrote-and what Jesus and his followers might have read-beyond the Hebrew scriptures. Henze introduces the four-century gap between the Old and New Testaments and some of the writings produced during this period (different Old Testaments, the Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha, the Dead Sea Scrolls); discusses how these texts have been read from the Reformation to the present, emphasizing the importance of the discovery of Qumran; guides the student’s encounter with select texts from each collection; and then introduces key ideas found in specific New Testament texts that simply can’t be understood without these early Jewish intertestamental writings-the Messiah, angels and demons, the law, and the resurrection of the dead. Finally, he discusses the role of these writings in the parting of the ways between Judaism and Christianity. Mind the Gap broadens curious students’ perspectives on early Judaism and early Christianity and welcomes them to deeper study.

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  • Holidays Around The World Celebrate Hanukkah

    $7.99

    With dazzling images and engaging text, readers learn about the historical and cultural significance of Hanukkah and why it is celebrated around the world. From the lighting of the menorah to the special foods that are shared to the spinning of the dreidels, they’ll get insights about this holiday’s traditions and the Jewish faith. This book also offers fascinating facts, a recipe, and a Common Core-aligned activities.

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  • Step By Step Through The Fire

    $14.99

    Written with inspiration and a dash of humor, each page turn invites the reader to be refreshed and uplifted, to live life FULLY despite the roller coaster ride of cancer. Step by Step Through the Fire is a must read, for patients and those who seek to minister to and encourage those whose lives are disrupted by a road block called cancer.

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  • Sketching Scripture : Small Group Devotionals And Bible Illustrating Templa

    $16.75

    Interested in Bible journaling and growing deeper in God’s Word with your friends or church group? This six-week guide for small groups is sure to draw participants closer to one another through real discussion while providing unique, scripture-based templates to help members transform the pages of their Bibles into living color.

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  • Your People Shall Be My People (Expanded)

    $16.00

    Updated and Expanded Edition of a Landmark Text on an Urgent Topic

    Now updated and expanded, this landmark text reveals God’s purposes for his covenant people in these times–and how this revelation is impacting the church. Unlike Ruth in the Old Testament, many of us have turned our backs on the Jewish people, the relatives of the Messiah, and we share the collective guilt for centuries of their persecution. These pages remind us that now, more than ever, we must confess, embrace, and intercede for the chosen people of God, aligning our prayers with God’s plan.

    Once again, Israel and her people are center stage at a crucial moment in world history, and this book shows why the church must effect reconciliation and why our prayers are vital in this hour. If we will make the same covenant pledge to Israel that Ruth made to Naomi, the church will never be the same!

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  • What Every Christian Needs To Know About The Jewishness Of Jesus

    $17.99

    If you were to ask ten people, Who started Christianity? you might hear ten voices giving the same quick response: Jesus. But those ten people would be wrong. Jesus wasn’t a Christian. Jesus lived and died as a Jew. Understanding the Jewishness of Jesus is the secret to knowing him better and understanding his message in the twenty-first century. Walking through Jesus’ life from birth to death, Rabbi Evan Moffic serves as a tour guide to give Christians a new way to look at familiar teachings and practices that are rooted in the Jewish faith and can illuminate our lives today. Moffic gives fresh insight on how Jesus’ contemporaries understood him, explores how Jesus’ Jewishness shaped him, offers a new perspective on the Lord’s Prayer, and provides renewed appreciation for Jesus’ miracles. In encountering his Jewish heritage, you will see Jesus differently, gain a better understanding of his message, and enrich your own faith.

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  • Unbogus : Living The Authentic Life

    $28.99

    Who you see is who I am, and what you see is what you get! How many of us can say these words and mean it? Too many people hide behind masks of pretense, whether it is socially, emotionally, spiritually, or physically simply to gain the approval or acceptance of others. One of the greatest challenges many people face today, especially Christians, is trying to live an authentic (unbogus) life in a world full of fake (bogus) people. Thus this book is a real eye-opener on the subject of bogusness versus unbogusness.

    The author gives valuable insight into how to avoid living a bogus life and how to pursue an unbogus life. Having your outer man match your inner man is the goal of this book. This powerfully written book will also challenge you to rise above your unbogus behavior and find true contentment, peace, and self-worth. Finally, this book will give you a game plan to cast out areas of unbogusness in your life that have kept you from living your best life.

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  • Unbogus : Living The Authentic Life

    $19.95

    Who you see is who I am, and what you see is what you get! How many of us can say these words and mean it? Too many people hide behind masks of pretense, whether it is socially, emotionally, spiritually, or physically simply to gain the approval or acceptance of others. One of the greatest challenges many people face today, especially Christians, is trying to live an authentic (unbogus) life in a world full of fake (bogus) people. Thus this book is a real eye-opener on the subject of bogusness versus unbogusness.

    The author gives valuable insight into how to avoid living a bogus life and how to pursue an unbogus life. Having your outer man match your inner man is the goal of this book. This powerfully written book will also challenge you to rise above your unbogus behavior and find true contentment, peace, and self-worth. Finally, this book will give you a game plan to cast out areas of unbogusness in your life that have kept you from living your best life.

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  • Messianic Passover Haggadah

    $5.49

    Reality Creations Publishing
    Celebrate the meaning of Passover the way Israel has done for thousands of years. This Messianic Passover Haggadah (or retelling) is a simplified version of the Passover Seder and covers the essential elements involved in the meal. Perfect for Messianic congregations, Christian churches, or even families desiring to celebrate Passover together.

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  • Love Triangles : Discovering Jesus The Jew In Todays Israel

    $16.95

    Scrollchest
    A blend of memoir, travelogue, historical document and investigative journalism, Love Triangles is not like other Christian nonfiction books and books about the Bible. It’s not about theological principals; it’s about love. Learn about: Jesus’ Jewish observance His Bar-Mitzvah Why Judaism rejects Jesus as Messiah

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  • Schlepping For Jesus

    $14.99

    What do you do when you’re Jewish and God calls you to trust in Jesus and follow Him? You may have to address puzzled or angry family members, find out what it means to live life by the inspiration of the Holy Spirit, learn to pray for all your needs, and maybe even start your life all over. For Steven B. Kaplan it was all this and more. He was gradually delivered from his past problems, include debt and drinking, as he began his walk among fellow believers in Atlanta, GA. With his heart humbled and overflowing with God’s love, Steve began reaching out to others, including Jewish men and women, to help them find their Messiah. Johnny Hunt, pastor of one of America’s largest churches, writes of Steve’s book: : I love God stories! Steven will take you on a journey of God’s activity in sharing the good news of his Messiah. Read and you will be inspired, instructed, and blessed For anyone with Jewish friends, acquaintances or family members, this book offers insight on how to reach then in love to engage them with their God. Steve’s outreach T-Shirts have become identified with him and his ministry and are often seen in the news and on the streets where people are witnessing. Each shirt bears the words Jesus Loves You centered in a Jewish Star. Now there’s a conversation-starter for you! He and numerous other evangelism teams have taken this witnessing T-shirt to over 90 countries so far.

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  • Heart Of Wisdom

    $6.99

    Young Natasha lives in the quiet peaceful town of Nikuda in 1800’s Russia. Her Father is the village’s rabbi. Her older brother Alexey was schooling to eventually become the village rabbi, but he unexpectedly dropped out of Rabbincal school. Natasha’s life is full of chores on their small farm, but her Father does not let her attend school despite her thirst for learning and love of books. Girls are not allowed to become rabbis. Her best friend is Katya, a shy girl from a nearby village. Natasha is devastated when Katya mysteriously disappears into the dark forest on the edge of the town. When her brother Alexey becomes mortally ill, she must go on a perilous journey through the dark forest to search for a cure by seeking out a mysterious and reclusive scientist. Accompanying her on this quest is the village Mayor’s spoiled son, Elliot. His Mother is also ill and needs the same cure as Alexey. Natasha comes face to face with many Russian folktale monsters, such as Baba Yaga, Wurdlucs, The Golem, Cossacks and more… In her adventures, she discovers that she is more than a simple farm girl. She must summon her courage and wits to get through the dangerous path that lies ahead. ALL AUTHOR PROFITS FROM THIS BOOK WILL BE DONATED TO THE BOSTON CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL

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  • Jewish Pseudepigrapha : An Introduction To The Literature Of The Second Tem

    $49.00

    1. Introduction
    2. Rewritten Bible
    3. Para-Biblical Literature Or Biblical Expansions
    4. Non-Narrative Literature: Poems, Hymns And Drama
    5. Testaments
    6. Apocalyptic Literature
    7. Conclusions

    Additional Info
    Designed with the beginning student in mind, this volume introduces the reader to the books that did not make it into the Bible or the Apocrypha but that remained popular among Jews and early Christians for centuries. These writings take various forms, such as novels, poems, apocalypses, the fictional deathbed speeches of biblical characters, and even attempts to rewrite well-known parts of Scripture. The book draws out the main religious ideas of these writings and links them to both their original historical setting and to issues of concern today.

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  • Passover Haggadah

    $9.99

    The new Passover Haggadah by Dr. J. Betham-Lang and Roger Lang provides a complete Passover resource to run your Seder. The Haggadah is comprehensive enough for a long Seder (or abbreviated as well) and easy to read at the same time. This Haggadah is printed in color; thus, it has images that help with the setup and delivery of the Seder and it has Hebrew, transliterated Hebrew, and English. The Haggadah follows a traditional Jewish Seder and integrates elements of the Apostolic writers.

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  • Planted In The House Of The Lord

    $14.99

    This book is a must-read for all thinking believers who have ever asked themselves questions like the following: Who are God’s people? Are the Jews still the chosen people, and if so, what is the Church? What are the spiritual callings of Israel and the Church, and have they been fulfilled yet? How does monotheism work out with the Trinity? Where can one find grace and truth in the Torah, and what did Yeshua (Jesus) say about the Written and Oral Law? These pages investigate these questions and many others. Written from the unique perspective of Israeli Messianic Jews, it faces these old-age debates armed with the truth of the Bible and its Jewish context. It addresses the Jewish task of bringing monotheism to the world, the importance of Jerusalem, and the interconnected relationships between G0d, Israel, and the Church. Along the way we discover vital biblical models for identity, community, election, and lives of faith and good deeds. Planted in the House of the Lord is a reader-friendly book that explores the relationships God has with his people and their complementary roles in his great plan to redeem creation from idolatry and sin and to restore his kingdom to earth.

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  • Discovering The Jewish Roots Of The Letter Of James

    $24.99

    Jerusalem: 62 CE. Ya’akov haTzadik (James the Righteous) was thrown from the Jerusalem Temple and then beaten to death with a club. This devout man was so revered that the Jewish sect known as the Essenes placed his teachings in their library alongside the other revered Jewish writings, including the Torah! Journey through the pages of the most Jewish book in the entire New Testament, from the culture of first-century Judaism and the language of Jesus!

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  • Lifted Up Between A Pharisee And A Thief

    $19.95

    A parallel verse-by-verse commentary on the Gospel of John from two very different perspectives and addressing two very different audiences: a Messianic Jewish Rabbi speaking to his home congregation, and a convicted felon – a Gentile – teaching a class of brand-new converts … as a prisoner himself. The Gospel of John contains some of the Bible’s best-known verses (For God so loved the world …) yet also some of its most profound truths. Lifted Up challenges conventional views of the Gospel while highlighting the power of God not only to bring His own Chosen People to faith, but also to transform lives shattered by rebellion, addiction and sin. It is a volume not to be missed by the sincere follower of the First-Century Jewish Rabbi most of us call Jesus, whose Hebrew name is Yeshua.

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  • Jewish Teen In Brooklyn

    $21.00

    A Jewish Teen in Brooklyn follows the memories of Frieda Stern, who grew up in a whirlwind of Hungarian dancing lessons, trips to the Chinese laundry, and other vividly described vignettes of daily life in Brooklyn at the turn of the last century. This series of remembrances stitches together a picture of family life in the tenements, teaching readers about Jewish observance and the value of the small things in life.

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  • Destruction Of An Entire Nation

    $8.00

    The destruction of the city of Jerusalem is a famously significant historical event. However, for reasons unknown, history has omitted the first-hand accounts of one man who experienced the entire war. This destruction was foretold by Jesus Christ, and was written about in the book of Josephus, a Jewish High Priest, president, and General of the Jewish army. Josephus was taken by the Romans and held as a prisoner of war, during which time he kept detailed accounts of the battles and what followed after. In this book, Mr. Sims describes, in wonderful detail, the intense battles between the Romans and the Jews which would eventually determine the fate of the city of Jerusalem.

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  • Israeli Solution : A One State Plan For Peace In The Middle East

    $25.00

    This is a gem of a book for fair-minded people who want to understand the Arab-Israeli conflict. It is a comprehensive presentation of the conflict’s history and the resulting realities for Israel. For more than 20 years, peace talks initiated by the United States for a two-state solution have failed, leaving America looking weak to Arab nations and doing nothing to improve its relationships with countries in the Middle East. Caroline Glick, senior contributing editor of The Jerusalem Post, is an award-winning journalist with a keen grasp of the issues. This book is a winner.

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  • Halina : Faith In The Fire

    $9.95

    Poland was a country filled with beauty-until the Nazis arrived in 1939. This is the gripping, true story of two worlds that collided during World War II and the courage of a young Polish woman who fought in the Polish Home Army in Warsaw. She later went on to establish The Friends of Israel’s work in Communist Poland. This fabulous book by Elwood McQuaid shows how faith in Christ can move mountains, even in the unlikeliest of times.

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  • Artisan Jewish Deli At Home

    $27.99

    If you don’t happen to live near one of the new wave of artisan-style Jewish delis that have sprung up around North America over the last few years, not to worry. With this book, the world of Jewish deli, in all its unsubtle splendor-can be yours in the comfort (and privacy) of your own kitchen. And it’s not that hard. Really. On top of all the Jewish deli classics, The Artisan Jewish Deli at Home offers updates and new angles on the oldways that are bound to thrill the palates of a modern generation of eaters focused on quality ingredients and a lighter-handed approach to a traditionally heavy cuisine.

    The chapters are organized into: Starters and Sides; Soups and Salads; Eggs, Fish, and Dairy; Beef; Bagels, Bialys, and Breads; and Pastries, Desserts, and Drinks. The range of favorite recipes include: Crispy Potato Latkes with Chunky Ginger Applesauce; Summer Chicken Salad with Tomatoes, Cucumber and Cracklings; Wise Sons’ Chocolate Babka French Toast; Home Oven Pastrami; and Celery Soda.

    Added cultural context comes from quick-hitting interviews with Joan Nathan and other Jewish food luminaries; histories of a few deli stalwarts such as bagels and pastrami; and first-hand reports from within the walls of the authors’ favorite temples of modern Jewish gastronomy located across the country including: Mile End Delicatessen in New York City; Wise Sons Delicatessen in San Francisco; Kenny & Zuke’s Delicatessen in Portland, OR; Stopsky’s Delicatessan in Mercer Island, Washington; and Caplansky’s Delicatessen in Toronto.

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  • Terezin : Voices From The Holocaust

    $10.99

    Through inmates’ own voices and artwork, Terezin explores the lives of Jewish people in one of the most infamous of the Nazi transit camps.

    Between 1941 and 1945, Nazi Germany turned the small town of Terezin, Czechoslovakia, into a ghetto, and then into a transit camp for thousands of Jewish people. It was a show camp, where inmates were forced to use their artistic talents to fool the world about the truth of gas chambers and horrific living conditions for imprisoned Jews. Here is their story, told through the firsthand accounts of those who were there. In this accessible, meticulously researched book, Ruth Thomson allows the inmates to speak for themselves through secret diary entries, artwork, and excerpts from memoirs and recordings narrated after the war. Terezin: Voices from the Holocaust is a moving portrait that shows the strength of the human will to endure, to create, and to survive.

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  • Rabbi Reads The Torah

    $35.00

    A Rabbi Reads the Torah distils a lifetime of Bible study by a Jewish scholar devoted to popularising the study of the Hebrew Bible in its original language, helped by the wealth of centuries of Jewish interpretation and debate, as well as the best of modern literary approaches. The Jewish tradition of reading a section of the Torah, the Five Books of Moses, on a weekly basis during the course of single year, is a challenge to find something new each time in a familiar text. These short studies, based on a popular radio series, offer unexpected insights into the very different materials to be found in these Biblical books, as well as indicating their relevance to the realities of personal, social and political life today. Rabbi Magonets personal engagement in interfaith dialogue opens the world of Jewish tradition to the widest audience of those within and beyond our different faith communities.

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  • Treasury For Dog Lovers

    $10.99

    Dogs have been man’s best friend for thousands of years, securing our hearts with their unwavering loyalty and boundless love. Join bestselling author Richard Lederer for a fun-filled collection of rollicking humor, witty word games, touching stories, and more — all complemented by hilarious drawings. Celebrate the company of your furry pal as you delight in such wit and wisdom as…
    All I Need to Know I Learned from My Dog
    Ten Commandments for Dog Owners
    A Dozen Distinguished Dogs
    The Difference Between Dogs and Cats

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  • Whiskers Wit And Wisdom

    $13.99

    This charming gift book is chock-full of endearing true stories about cats, and niki anderson makes spot-on observations about life based on these adorable furry tales.
    The beauty of God s creation is evident in the lives of all of His creatures and His wisdom is uniquely expressed in the delightful behaviors of the feline! A special bond naturally develops between cats and their owners, and we have so much to learn about living gracefully. In Whiskers, Wit, and Wisdom, Niki Anderson teaches us how to glean life lessons from our relationships with our cats.
    Cats do the funniest and wisest things! From being brazenly courageous to delightfully optimistic, sweetly loyal to having a fierce sense of honor, cats demonstrate that they have traits that most people only hope for. Clever elements sprinkle this cute volume, such as a Purr-rayer, a short prayer that reinforces the core message of an anecdote about a cat, The Tail End, brief lines which provide practical factual information that is both useful and fascinating, Kitt Wit, a humorous quip that enhances the story, and Bio-note, a few sentences that describe each cat s owner. Whiskers, Wit, and Wisdom is a must-have volume for cat lovers that is sure to brighten their day and make them look at their cats in a whole new light!

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  • Jewish Roots : Understanding Your Jewish Faith (Revised)

    $17.99

    Are your roots firmly grounded in Scripture?

    The destiny of Israel and the Christian Church is bound together, evident in the Scriptures. Learning this truth is essential for survival.

    Jewish Roots-A Foundation of Biblical Theology is an introduction to biblical theology from a Jewish contextual point of view plus practical evaluation and council for the Messianic Jewish communities and the Christian Church.

    Jewish Roots presents the fundamentals regarding biblical theology, Israel and the Church, the Jewish people, the Messianic Jewish community, and much more. Important matters are discussed such as the relationship of law and grace, the role of the Spirit, and an approach to Judaism.

    This new edition considers recent biblical scholarship and evaluates the progress of the Messianic Jewish community-a pulsating grass roots movement among Jewish and non-Jewish followers of Jesus of Nazareth who recognize and identify with their Jewishness.

    Messianic Judaism and Messianic Jewish biblical theology are significant not only to those who are part of Messianic Jewish congregations-indeed, because the destiny of Israel and the Church is bound together, Messianic Jewish theology has implications of great importance for all people worldwide.

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  • Introduction To Messianic Judaism

    $26.99

    This book is the go-to source for introductory information on Messianic Judaism. Editors David Rudolph and Joel Willitts have assembled a thorough examination of the ecclesial context and biblical foundations of the diverse Messianic Jewish movement. Unique among similar works in its Jew-Gentile partnership, this book brings together a team of respected Messianic Jewish and Gentile Christian scholars, including Mark Kinzer, Richard Bauckham, Markus Bockmuehl, Craig Keener, Darrell Bock, Scott Hafemann, Daniel Harrington, R. Kendall Soulen, Douglas Harink and others. Opening essays, written by Messianic Jewish scholars and synagogue leaders, provide a window into the on-the-ground reality of the Messianic Jewish community and reveal the challenges, questions and issues with which Messianic Jews grapple. The following predominantly Gentile Christian discussion explores a number of biblical and theological issues that inform our understanding of the Messianic Jewish ecclesial context. Here is a balanced and accessible introduction to the diverse Messianic Jewish movement that both Gentile Christian and Messianic Jewish readers will find informative and fascinating.

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  • Awakening To Messiah

    $15.99

    Discover the Jewish Jesus! Teaching the Judaic roots of the Christian faith, fostering a deeper love for Yeshua, and sharing the Good News of Messiah with both Jew and Gentile.In Awakening to Messiah, Rabbi Kirt A. Schneider takes you on a personal journey, revealing how the Lord has appeared and has spoken to him over the past 30 years. You will vicariously experience some of the challenges he has faced as a Jewish believer in Messiah, including being kidnapped by a famous deprogrammer who hoped to destroy his faith in Jesus.More importantly, he shares lessons that the Holy Spirit has taught him, causing you to both consider and confirm your own beliefs. In this true adventure, you will discover how the Old and New Testaments connect like a hand in a glove!

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  • Soundings In The Religion Of Jesus

    $32.00

    Jesus was a Jew and not a Christian. That affirmation may seem obvious, but here an international cast of Jewish and Christian scholars spell out its weighty and often complex consequences for contemporary Jewish-Christian dialogue. Soundings in the Religion of Jesus contextualizes Jesus and the writings about him that set the stage for Jewish-Christian relations for the next two thousand years.

    Of equal importance, this book considers the reception, celebration, and (too often) the neglect of Jesus’ Jewishness in modern contexts and the impact such responses have had for Jewish-Christian relations. Topics explored include the ethics of scriptural translation, the ideological motives of Nazi theologians and other quests for the Historical Jesus, and the ways in which New Testament portraits of Jesus both help and hurt authentic Jewish-Christian dialogue.

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  • Messianic Judaism Class Student Answer Books (Student/Study Guide)

    $42.00

    Olive Press Messianic (www.olivepresspublisher.com)

    Is God tugging your heart to learn more about the Jewish roots of the Christian faith and the Jewishness of the Bible? This set of a Student Book and five little Answer Books is a class that will teach you all the basics while also feeding and blessing your soul at the same time. It is written by Rabbi Jim Appel who has been teaching this course in ongoing Tuesday night sessions for nearly two decades. There are many astounding revelations and Aha! moments for the students. Your attitude toward your Savior and His Word will never be the same after studying this course! After all, He was born and lived as a Jew and all His disciples and apostles were Jewish. You will know Him in a deeper way and you will be shocked at the richness of your faith that you had been missing out on.

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  • Changed Forever By His Grace

    $15.99

    Olive Press Publisher

    Read Rhonda’s amazing story of healing and restoration from deep pain and despair. Her childhood was full of love and humorous memories, but also troubles, rejection, and loneliness. Although her Jewish family was basically non-observant, they were called Jesus Killers by some of their Gentile neighbors. As a result she didn’t feel like she fit in anywhere. Wondering who this Jesus was, Rhonda searched for love and a place to belong. She ended up pregnant at a young age. She gave in to pressure to have an abortion. Post abortion trauma and distress caused depression and hopelessness to set in. She ran away and made more bad choices one after another, eventually becoming a single parent on the other side of the country and then on the other side of the world, facing dangers all the way. Shame kept her from going home for help. You will never guess what the next page will bring in this true life story. It is one unexpected turn after another! How will Rhonda ever find hope and help and healing for the turmoil in her soul? Will she find her place in the arms of the One in whom she can find forgiveness and grace beyond what she could ever deserve? The book includes interesting, little-known tidbits about Canadian history, particularly about Toronto where Rhonda was born and raised.

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  • Book Of Guidelines For The Beginner Observant Jew

    $14.00

    Looking to become observant? Do you know where to start? In the beginning everything may seem to overwhelm you. This traditional phase is normal. If you recently made Teshuva or want to learn more about being an Orthodox Jew, this book will cover all the important topics to get started. Learn how to hang a Mezuzah, how to say the food blessings, what dishes to dip in a Mikveh, the fundamentals of Shabbat, and more. Book of Guidelines for the Beginner Observant Jew is a basic book for both men and women that will outline what you need to do to become observant. This book is for those who already believe in Hashem (G-d) and who are ready to move on to the next step: start to observe the mitzvot (commandments). From the founder of Emet9.org (www.Emet9.org).

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  • Jewish Messianism And The Cult Of Christ

    $35.00

    SKU (ISBN): 9780334027133William HorburyBinding: Trade PaperPublished: 2012SCM ClassicsPublisher: SCM Press Print On Demand Product

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  • Divine Disclosure : An Introduction To Jewish Apocalyptic

    $27.00

    The study of apocalyptic has been David Russell’s life-work, and over the years, with the discovery of new material and ongoing study, he has reassessed his earlier interpretation in a number of respects. This new book, written with all the freshness that made his Between the Testaments a classic which is still widely read today, provides a short but comprehensive guide to the latest state of research into apocalyptic. After identifying and redefining the literature, Dr Russell examines the birth and growth of apocalyptic and investigates the reasons for its popularity. He then goes on to consider particular apocalyptic groups and apocalyptic books, the idea of revelation, and the main ideas of apocalyptic. The book ends with a Christian perspective and a discussion of the significance of apocalyptic for today

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  • Etz Chaim Tree Of Life

    $15.99

    Etz Chaim-the Tree of Life;The Torah, the Bible, the Tree of Life-God’s Word is a set of instructions for everyone who wants to live a victorious, joyful, and abundant life. Etz Chaim explains a parable relating to the Tree of Life that the Lord spoke to the author-a Messianic Rabbi. The parable opens wide the unique components of the Word and the physical Tree of Life that is introduced in Genesis and again in Revelation. The LORD God made all kinds of trees grow out of the ground-trees that were pleasing to the eye and good for food. In the middle of the garden were the tree of life… (Genesis 2:9). Whoever has ears, let them hear what the Spirit says to the churches. To the one who is victorious, I will give the right to eat from the tree of life, which is in the paradise of God (Revelation 2:7). The parable reveals seven aspects of the Tree of Life: The ground. The seed. The roots. The trunk. The branches. The leaves. The fruit. Each of these components brings seven life-changing conclusions to light that stimulate spiritual growth and maturity. The simple yet profound image is powerful and compels you to into self-examination to assure your spiritual health and growth in each of the areas God wanted the author to share with you.

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  • Survey Of The Tanach For The Practical Messianic

    $21.99

    One of the major reasons that today’s Messianic movement has grown in the past decade is a significant interest by Believers in the Torah and the Tanach. In too many cases, the Tanach Scriptures were not probed in that great a detail in a Jewish Believer’s traditional Synagogue upbringing-and perhaps more serious, a non-Jewish Believer’s Christian experience often witnessed the Old Testament taking a back seat to the New Testament in the Church. With many of the ethical and moral controversies the greater Judeo-Christian religious community is experiencing in our age, a need for God’s people to return to a foundational grounding in the Tanach Scriptures is absolutely imperative. The Old Testament cannot simply be disregarded any more. Many have stayed away from consulting the Tanach not because of a lack of interest, but because few want to have to deal with the controversies it addresses. Unlike the Apostolic Scriptures, constrained to the First Century C.E., the period of the Tanach stretches back all the way to the beginning of the universe itself. Questions like: Who was the Pharaoh of the Exodus? Did God actually condone the genocide of the Canaanites? and Am I the only one who thinks the Prophets are mentally disturbed? are debates that many people do not want to enter into. Even more significant is the effect of critical scholarship which has attempted to divide the Torah into non-Mosaic sources, question the inspiration and historical reliability of the text, and even regard much of the Tanach as Ancient Israel’s mythology. For a Messianic movement that claims to place a high value on the Tanach, it is time that we join in to these conversations. A Survey of the Tanach for the Practical Messianic takes you through the Old Testament from a distinct Messianic point of view. It presents a theologically conservative perspective of the books of the Tanach, but one that does not avoid some of the controversies that have existed in Biblical scholarship for over one hundred and fifty years. The student, in company with his or her study Bible, is asked to read through each text of the Tanach, jotting down characters, place names, key ideas, and reflective questions. Each book of the Old Testament is then summarized for its compositional data and asks you questions to get a good Messianic feel for the text. This workbook can be used for both personal and group study, and will be a valuable aid for any Messianic Believer wanting to study the whole Bible on a

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  • Survey Of The Apostolic Scriptures For The Practical Messianic

    $17.99

    As a Messianic Believer, do you have a problem reading the New Testament? When you read the Apostolic Scriptures, are you confused when you encounter the Gospels, Acts, or Epistles? Have you possibly been taught that the New Testament replaces the Old Testament, and that there are contradictions between the two, only to be reconciled by the coming of Yeshua? Do you have difficulty reconciling the words of the Torah to Yeshua, Peter, Paul, John, and the other Apostles? If you have ever asked any of these questions, it is time that you receive a re-introduction to the Apostolic Scriptures. These texts record the ministry and teachings of Yeshua the Messiah, the history of the First Century Messianic community, and the challenges that the early Believers in Yeshua faced. These texts are not contrary to the Torah, but do continue God’s progressive story that begins in Genesis. They have valuable lessons that every Messianic Believer and Messianic congregation must learn in this hour, as the Messianic community grows and matures. A Survey of the Apostolic Scriptures for the Practical Messianic takes you on a journey through the New Testament from a distinct Messianic point of view. The student, in company with his or her study Bible, is asked to read through each text of the Apostolic Scriptures, jotting down characters, place names, key ideas, and reflective questions. Each book of the New Testament is then summarized for its compositional data and asks you questions to get a good Messianic feel for the text. This workbook can be used for both personal and group study, and will be a valuable aid for any Messianic Believer wanting to study the whole Bible on a consistent basis.

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  • Messianic Judaism Class Teacher Book (Teacher’s Guide)

    $19.95

    Olive Press Messianic (www.olivepresspublisher.com)

    You will find this introductory course teacher book easy to teach from. The Scriptures are given in full for you, usually in the Complete Jewish Bible version. The answers are also given to each question along with occasional teacher’s instructions and background information. The Student Books have only the Scripture references and no answers. May your classes be as lively and heartwarming as Rabbi Jim’s have been over the years. He teaches in an exciting way, letting the students discover the answers in their own Bibles. If they can t see the answer right there in front of them due to past indoctrination, Rabbi Jim gently points it out to them. When they finally see it, gasping in amazement is often their response. May your students have many such Aha! moments and may their attitudes toward Yeshua and His Word be deepened forever.

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  • Jewish Literature Between The Bible And The Mishnah (Expanded)

    $59.00

    Prologue: Exile – Return – Dispersion

    1. Tales Of The Dispersion
    2. Palestine In The Wake Of Alexander The Great
    3. Reform – Repression – Revolt
    4. The Hasmoneans And Their Opponents 91
    5. The People At Qumran And Their Predecessors
    6. Israel In Egypt
    7. The Romans And The House Of Herod
    8. Revolt – Destruction – Reconstruction
    9. Texts Of Disputed Provenance

    Additional Info
    In this fully revised and expanded edition, Nickelsburg introduces the reader to the broad range of Jewish literature that is not part of either the Bible or the standard rabbinic works. This includes especially the Apocrypha (such as 1 Maccabees), the Pseudepigrapha (such as 1 Enoch), the Dead Sea Scrolls, the works of Josephus, and the works of Philo.

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  • Torah : A Beginner’s Guide

    $14.95

    ONEWorld Publications Title

    There is no question that the Torah has had an enormous influence on Western Civilization. It is the source of widely known characters like Joseph, Moses, and Noah, and timeless stories such as the Garden of Eden and the Exodus. Jointly authored by professors of Judaism and Christianity, The Torah: A Beginner’s Guide takes a unique approach, exploring the interplay and dynamics of how these two religions share this common scripture. Drawing on both scholarly and popular sources, Kaminsky and Lohr examine the key debates, while simultaneously illustrating the importance of the Torah in western jurisprudence, ethics, and contemporary conceptions of the family, morality, and even politics. Joel S. Kaminsky is Professor in the Department of Religion at Smith College where he teaches courses on the Hebrew Bible and on ancient Jewish religion and literature. Joel N. Lohr teaches in the areas of Bible and Old Testament at the department of religious studies at Trinity Western University, Canada.

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  • My Sons Are Jewish

    $15.99

    While researching the heritage of her Jewish children, the author discovers many fascinating facts and revelations concerning the Word of God and the Jews.

    In her quest to discover the true nature of the question, My Sons are Jewish author Paula Clayman emphatically unravels many exciting historical facets while tracing biblical lineages and exposing their valuable contributions.

    My Sons are Jewish takes you on a journey through the Old Testament and beyond, following the story of the Jews as they carried forth the blessing of Abraham to all the people of the world.

    Through revisiting the ancient text of the Bible and tracing the steps of the Jews, an unbroken cord is exposed; a cord that conveyed much more than their ancient traditions and heritage. The cord brought forth the religion given to humankind, which foreshadowed all that was to be and a promise of inheritance to all who choose to receive including Jews who return to their roots.

    You will better understand Jewish history and how Christianity rather than being a new religion is a continuation of the religion of the Jews as given by God. As a result, Christians will better understand their own religious heritage and their Jewish spiritual roots while the Jewish reader will see how Christianity arose from Judaism in its pure form.

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  • Chanukah Lights

    $34.99

    From a pop-up master and an acclaimed poet and author comes a glorious celebration of the true spirit of Chanukah.

    Open this beautiful gift book and follow the Festival of Lights through place and time – from Herod’s temple to a shtetl in Russia; from a refugee ship bound for the New World to an Israeli kibbutz. Inspired by Michael J. Rosen’s reverent poem, Robert Sabuda’s striking pop-ups depict each night’s menorah in a different scene, using imagery such as desert tents, pushcart lanterns, olive trees, and a final panorama of skyscrapers. Sure to be a treasured family heirloom, this stunning collaboration showcases the spirit and resilience of a people in search of home.

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  • Encountering The Jewish Future

    $25.00

    Introduction
    Chapter 1 Encountering The Holocaust
    Elie Wiesel
    Chapter 2 Encountering The Bible
    Martin Buber
    Chapter 3 Encountering Modernity After
    Abraham Joshua Heschel
    Chapter 4 Encountering The Hidden Tradition Of Jewish Dissent
    Hannah Arendt
    Chapter 5 Encountering The Jewish Prophetic
    Emmanuel Levinas
    Epilogue: Encountering The Jewish Future
    Notes
    Index

    Additional Info
    Marc Ellis maintains that the most vital questions about Judaism are prefigured in the work of Elie Wiesel, Martin Buber, Abraham Joshua Heschel, Hannah Arendt, and Emmanuel Levinas. Ellis’s work is framed by encounters with each thinker’s work, focusing on topics of God, the Holocaust, the prophetic legacy, philosophical and ethical standpoints, and Jewish empowerment and dissent.

    Two generations after the Holocaust and Israel’s founding, Ellis argues that the uncertain future of Judaism requires a deeply personal and intellectual exploration of Jewish tradition and identity, in conversation with the best philosophical and theological minds of recent years.

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  • Rosh Hashanah Yom Teruah

    $14.95

    Olive Press Messianic (www.olivepresspublisher.com)

    The Scriptures command us to celebrate the holiday traditionally called Rosh Hashanah, or the Feast of Trumpets, with shouts of joy and the sounding of the Shofar. But why? What are we supposed to be so happy about and why the Shofar? In this book, Messianic Rabbi Jim Appel answers those questions with new revelation from Scripture. He reveals the profound significance of the Shofar and the deep, spiritual meaning of the shout for joy. Find out what has been hidden from followers of Messiah Yeshua (Jesus) for more than 1700 years. Rejoice that it is being restored to us today. Don’t miss out anymore on this special connection to the Lord.

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  • Awakening The One New Man

    $16.99

    Normally, discussions about One New Man focus on Jew and Gentile needing to reconcile. Usually, this conversation breaks down over the place of Israel in the Kingdom and end times. People rarely think, much less act, on the purpose behind the Lord calling us to be the One New Man. The fundamental issue of identity has been overlooked. When people recognize that their true identity is their Messiah, they will be drawn into a closer relationship with God. They have been born into a time where biblical prophecy is confirming that the unity between Jew and Gentile is ushering in a new season of outpouring of the Holy Spirit, and the Lord is calling them to join in. There is a call in this season, as confirmed in Ephesians 2 and 3, for Jew and Gentile to come together as One New Man and to walk as joint heirs in the commonwealth of Israel. When Jew and Gentile come together as One, the Lord has stored up a release of blessing and power that will forever change humanity’s destiny.

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  • Faygala Yiddish Refugee

    $10.45

    Olive Press Publisher (www.olivepresspublisher.com)

    Publisher Marketing: Faygala, age 17, lived in Russia in 1904 in troubled times when the Cossack soldiers periodically ransacked her Jewish village; and the Czar’s officers periodically raided to seize men for the army. To avoid all this, many fled to America. Faygala’s family was planning to join her father in the golden country as soon as he sent enough money for ship and train passages and for Ellis Island fees and proof of support requirements. But suddenly due to personal danger, Faygala was forced to make the daunting journey alone with people she barely knew. Departing was extremely painful for her, especially leaving a certain young man behind. The thought of never seeing him again tore at her heart. Along the way she faced many difficulties causing her to fear she would never reach her dear father. This 94 page novelette is written by Faygala’s late daughter-in-law from the account as Faygala told it over the years. It draws the reader into her poverty stricken, Orthodox Jewish life in Russia; introduces her Yiddish vocabulary; and instills the amazement she felt upon seeing all the wonders of modern America.

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  • Traditions Of The Rabbis From The Era Of The New Testament Volume 2A

    $63.50

    The second volume of early rabbinic traditions and their relevance to the New Testament

    In this second volume of his monumental study of early rabbinic traditions and their relevance to the New Testament, David Instone-Brewer provides significant insights into Jewish thought and practice prior to the destruction of the Second Temple in 70 c.e.

    For each rabbinic tradition considered — here, the Feasts and Sabbaths — the supporting Hebrew source text is provided side by side with an English translation. Instone-Brewer also presents evidence that exists for accurately dating these sources, which is a critical task recently advanced by modern dating techniques. He goes on to thoroughly discuss the meaning and importance of each rabbinic tradition for Second Temple Judaism, also analyzing any echoes or direct appearances of the tradition in the New Testament writings.

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  • Children During The Holocaust

    $59.00

    Children during the Holocaust, from the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum’s Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies, tells the story of the Holocaust through the eyes, and fates, of its youngest victims.

    The ten chapters follow the arc of the persecutory policies of the Nazis and their sympathizers and the impact these measures had on Jewish children and adolescents-from the years leading to the war, to the roundups, deportations, and emigrations, to hidden life and death in the ghettos and concentration camps, and to liberation and coping in the wake of war. This volume examines the reactions of children to discrimination, the loss of livelihood in Jewish homes, and the public humiliation at the hands of fellow citizens and explores the ways in which children’s experiences paralleled and diverged from their adult counterparts. Additional chapters reflect upon the role of non-Jewish children as victims, perpetrators, and bystanders during World War II.

    Offering a collection of personal letters, diaries, court testimonies, government documents, military reports, speeches, newspapers, photographs, and artwork, Children during the Holocaust highlights the diversity of children’s experiences during the nightmare years of the Holocaust.

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  • Halleli Nafshi : A Weekday Siddur For Children

    $25.00

    SSDS of Greater Boston

    A weekday siddur for children ages 5 and above, featuring child-friendly, gender-neutral translations, section introductions, and meditations to spark discussion and reflection. Full color with illustrations by children.

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  • Rabbi Looks At Jesus Of Nazareth (Reprinted)

    $16.00

    Messianic Rabbi Shares Compelling Case for Jesus as Messiah

    Raised in a traditional Jewish family, international television host Jonathan Bernis was taught from a young age that Jews don’t-and can’t!-believe in Jesus. Yet in his study of the Bible, including the Torah, he found overwhelming evidence that Jesus of Nazareth really was the Jewish Messiah.

    With warmth and transparency, Bernis talks about discovering Jesus in history, too, and how it was that the Jewish Yeshua became the Gentile Jesus. By presenting historic evidence that Jesus is Messiah and refuting common Jewish objections, Bernis gives Christians the knowledge and tools they need to share their Lord with their Jewish friends in a loving, effective way.

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  • Gentiles Jews Christians

    $39.00

    The roots of anti-Judaism and Jewish-Christian dialogue are examined in their historical contexts with a wide array of Greek, Roman, Jewish, and Christian sources. This is Conzelmann’s final academic masterpiece.

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  • Historical Dictionary Of The Jews

    $81.00

    The Historical Dictionary of the Jews presents the history of the Jewish people and their religious culture in a way that makes clear how and why this small, ancient people have survived nearly four millennia and managed to play such an important role in the world-well out of proportion to their population. The Jews trace their origins far back in history to the early tribes of Judah and Moses. Over the centuries, they spread across much of the Western world, as well as into parts of Africa and Asia, until they were crushed by the Holocaust and were forced to find refuge in the United States and the new state of Israel. Because of that horrific event, of the estimated 15 million Jews living today, approximately six million reside in Israel, with almost the same number living in the United States, making these two countries the main center of Jewish life today.

    This ready reference tells the history of the Jewish people through a detailed chronology, an introductory essay, an extensive bibliography, and over 200 cross-referenced dictionary entries on significant persons, places, events, institutions, and aspects of culture, society, economy, and politics. This book is an excellent access point for students, researchers, and anyone wanting to know more about the Jewish people.

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