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The Way Into Encountering God in Judaism

The Way Into Encountering God in Judaism Author Neil Gillman
ISBN-10 1580231993
Release 2004
Pages 205
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For everyone who wants to understand how Jews have encountered God throughout history and today, this book shows the way into an essential aspect of Judaism, and allows you to interact directly with the sacred texts of the Jewish tradition.



Doing Jewish Theology

Doing Jewish Theology Author Neil Gillman
ISBN-10 9781580234399
Release 2010-08-01
Pages 283
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With clarity and passion, award-winning teacher, author and theologian Neil Gillman captures the power of Jewish theological claims and reveals extraordinary insights into Jewish identity, the purpose of religion and our relationship with God.



Traces of God

Traces of God Author Neil Gillman
ISBN-10 9781580233699
Release 2008-09-01
Pages 216
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A theologian probes for clues that will help answer the deepest questions of one's spiritual search, exploring how one knows if God really exists, how one knows when God is present, and how much control one has over their own destiny.



The Way Into Jewish Prayer

The Way Into Jewish Prayer Author Lawrence A. Hoffman
ISBN-10 9781580232012
Release 2004
Pages 186
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An accessible introduction to the reasons for and the ways of Jewish prayer. The Way Into Jewish Prayer helps us to explore the reasons for and the ways of Jewish prayer. It opens the door to 3,000 years of Jewish prayer, making available all you need to feel at home in the Jewish way of communicating with God.



The Way Into Judaism and the Environment

The Way Into Judaism and the Environment Author Jeremy Benstein
ISBN-10 9781580232685
Release 2006
Pages 260
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Explores the religious and historical meaning of being Jewish, how Judaism contributes to contemporary social-environmental issues, and the many ways Jews have interacted with, defended the identity of, and honored non-Jews from biblical times to contemporary Jewish-Christian interfaith dialogues.



The Great Shift

The Great Shift Author James L. Kugel
ISBN-10 9780544520578
Release 2017-09-12
Pages 496
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A world-renowned scholar brings a lifetime of study to reveal how a pivotal transformation in spiritual experience during the Biblical Era made us who we are today Why does the Bible depict a world in which humans, with surprising regularity, encounter the divine—wrestling an angel, addressing a burning bush, issuing forth prophecy without any choice in the matter? These stories spoke very differently to their original audience than they do to us, and they reflect a radically distinct understanding of reality and the human mind. Yet over the course of the thousand-year Biblical Era, encounters with God changed dramatically. As James L. Kugel argues, this transition allows us to glimpse a massive shift in human experience—the emergence of the modern, Western sense of self. In this landmark work, Kugel fuses revelatory close readings of ancient texts with modern scholarship from a range of fields, including neuroscience, anthropology, psychology, and archaeology, to explain the origins of belief, worship, and the sense of self, and the changing nature of God through history. In the tradition of books like The Swerve and The Better Angels of Our Nature,The Great Shift tells the story of a revolution in human consciousness and the enchantment of everyday life. This book will make believers and seekers think differently not just about the Bible, but about the entire history of the human imagination.



A Wild Faith

A Wild Faith Author Mike Comins
ISBN-10 9781580233163
Release 2007
Pages 221
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A spiritual primer on the organic partnership between wilderness and Judaism unravels the mystery of Judaism's connection to the natural world and offers ways for believers to enliven and deepen their spiritual life through wilderness experience. Original.



The Jewish Approach to Repairing the World tikkun Olam

The Jewish Approach to Repairing the World  tikkun Olam Author Elliot N. Dorff
ISBN-10 9781580233491
Release 2008
Pages 231
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Provides accessible, honest, and thorough answers to an important concept in Judaism, paralleling explanations with Christian themes and practices and exploring different facets touched by the tradition of tikkun olam--repairing the world. Original.



The Jewish Approach to God

The Jewish Approach to God Author Neil Gillman
ISBN-10 9781580231909
Release 2003
Pages 164
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Discusses various ways the Jewish people have understood God, and how to build on these lessons to explore and deepen personal spirituality.



The Death of Death

The Death of Death Author Neil Gillman
ISBN-10 9781580230810
Release 1997
Pages 318
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Combines astute scholarship with keen historical, theological and liturgical insights to outline the evolution of Jewish thought about bodily resurrection and spiritual immortality. A strikingly innovative statement on resurrection and immortality



The Way Into Tikkun Olam

The Way Into Tikkun Olam Author Elliot N. Dorff
ISBN-10 9781580233286
Release 2007
Pages 287
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An accessible introduction to the Jewish concept of our responsibility to care for others and repair the world. Shows the way into an essential aspect of Judaism and allows you to interact directly with the sacred texts of the Jewish tradition.



Traces of God

Traces of God Author Neil Gillman
ISBN-10 9781580232494
Release 2006-01-01
Pages 216
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A theologian probes for clues that will help answer the deepest questions of one's spiritual search, exploring how one knows if God really exists, how one knows when God is present, and how much control one has over their own destiny.



The God who Hates Lies

The God who Hates Lies Author David Hartman
ISBN-10 9781580234559
Release 2011
Pages 192
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In this personal look at the struggle between commitment to Jewish religious tradition and personal morality, the author probes the deepest questions at the heart of what it means to be a human being and a Jew.



God in All Moments

God in All Moments Author Or N. Rose
ISBN-10 9781580231862
Release 2004
Pages 163
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Spiritual direction for today's spiritual seeker from the wisdom of the Hasidic rabbis.



God in the Wilderness

God in the Wilderness Author Jamie Korngold
ISBN-10 9780767929073
Release 2008-04-08
Pages 160
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Rabbi Jamie Korngold has always loved the outdoors, the place where humankind first met with God. Whether it’s mountaineering, running ultramarathons, or just sitting by a stream, she finds her spirituality and Judaism thrive most in the wilderness. In her work as the Adventure Rabbi, leading groups toward spiritual fulfillment in the outdoors, Korngold has uncovered the rich traditions and lessons God taught our ancestors in the wild. In God in the Wilderness Korngold uses rabbinic wisdom and witty insights to guide readers through the Bible, showing people of all faiths that, despite the hectic pace of life today, it is vital for us to reclaim these lessons, awaken our inner spirituality, and find meaning, tranquillity, and purpose in our lives.



The Book of Words

The Book of Words Author Lawrence Kushner
ISBN-10 9781580230209
Release 1993
Pages 160
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In the incomparable manner of his award-winning "The Book of Letters: A Mystical Alphabet", Kushner now lifts up and shakes the dust off 30 primary religious words used to describe the spiritual dimension of our lives.



God of Love

God of Love Author Mirabai Starr
ISBN-10 9780983358954
Release 2013-02-05
Pages 240
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God of Love is Mirabai Starr’s passionate and personal exploration of the interconnected wisdom of the three Abrahamic faiths. She shares an overview of essential teachings, stories of saints and spiritual masters, prophetic calls for peace and justice, and for the first time in print, deeply engaging narratives from her own spiritual experiences. She guides readers to recognize the teachings and practices that unify rather then divide the three religions, and sheds light on the interspiritual perspective, which celebrates the Divine in all paths. It is Mirabai’s hope that this book will serve as a reminder that a dedication to lovingkindness is the highest expression of faith for all three religions. EARLY REVIEWS FOR God of Love “Mirabai Starr takes us out dancing with the One. God of Love is a confluence of the currents of Judaism, Islam and Christianity all emptying into the great ocean of Love.” —Ram Dass, Author Be Here Now “In a time of division between people, this book — which is a masterful blend of research, storytelling, poetry, and memoir — is like a sacred magnet, pulling on the spiritual heart of all seekers.” —Elizabeth Lesser, Cofounder, Omega Institute; Author, Broken Open: How Difficult Times Can Help Us Grow “Mirabai Starr writes of the divine from a luminous gene inherited by only a few. We hear The True Song in each word she attributes to the holy. It is more than just her song; it is the Melody of the Spheres translated by an astute musician. We are always touched by the genuine in her call to the reader to love and love well, to see with the sacred eye of beauty.” -Ondrea & Stephen Levine, Authors Embracing the Beloved "Mirabai's book has brought me great consolation." -Daniel Berrigan, S. J. activist-priest; Author, No Gods but One “This book brilliantly reminds us that in the heart of the Abrahamic traditions there burns a singular divine flame.” -Rev. Robert V. Thompson, Author A Voluptuous God “A wonderful and ‘perfect’ book. Highly recommended.” -Rabbi David A. Cooper, Author God Is a Verb “[God of Love] will expand your vision and inspire your search; I recommend it with great joy.” -Andrew Harvey, Author The Hope: A Guide to Sacred Activism “At home in the three great Abrahamic traditions, Mirabai Starr takes us on a deeply personal journey 'Toward the One,' exploring aspects of the 'God of Love' as seen through the eyes of Jewish, Christian and Muslim mystics. This is a book which will delight the seeker of sacred connections between these traditions and those who look forward to a day when Jerusalem, the city shared by all these faiths, will be a house of prayer for all people." -Reb Netanel Miles-Yepez, Co-Author A Heart Afire: Stories and Teachings of the Early Hasidic Masters