6 edition of A Jewish Window into the Life and the World found in the catalog.
January 1, 1994
by International Scholars Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||244|
Tellingly, the Book of Proverbs transforms the Tree of Life into Torah and wisdom: She is a tree of life to those who grasp her, and whoever holds on to her is happy. (Prov. )  The Jewish Tree of Life is Torah and wisdom, representing a lifelong religious quest, rather than a supernatural fruit that promises physical immortality. . For me, the novel is also a window into late s Los Angeles. I’ll get back to the Jewish-Mormon intersection, but the novel’s urban twist put me in mind of Dustin Hoffman’s portrayal in that evergreen film, The Graduate, and its depiction of a coming-of-age confused and ambitious young man. Like the film, the novel depicts middle class Author: Monroe Price.
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The photos in the exhibit offer a window into Hasidic life in the strictly Orthodox neighborhood of Jerusalem, offering an intimate glimpse of men, women and children celebrating the holiday.
Behind this exhibit stands a most unlikely creator: Agnieszka Traczewska, a Catholic woman from Poland who has made photographing Hasidim part of her life. Jewish Book World Blog. New Books. Celebrating the Plurality of Jewish Voices” thought journal. This volume centers around the empowering theme of “Raising a Jewish Daughter.” A talmud story and the description of three different kinds of trees weaved into a children’s story, depicted with gorgeous illustrations.
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"I invite you to explore with me some of the rich and varied expressions of the Jewish spiritual imagination. It is a tradition that may at times, for Christians, feel strangely familiar and will, for Christians and Jews, always challenge you to see yourself and your world /5.
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