Understanding Judaism: The Basics of Deed and Creed

Judaism is primarily a religion of actions rather than beliefs When the Jewish people accepted God s covenant, they committed themselves first to obedience and practice, and then to striving to understand the message implicit in the Torah In Understanding Judaism The Basics of Deed and Creed, a perfect textbook for independent and classroom study, Rabbi Benjamin Blech pJudaism is primarily a religion of actions rather than beliefs When the Jewish people accepted God s covenant, they committed themselves first to obedience and practice, and then to striving to understand the message implicit in the Torah In Understanding Judaism The Basics of Deed and Creed, a perfect textbook for independent and classroom study, Rabbi Benjamin Blech presents a comprehensive explication of the Jewish faith What does it meant to be a Jew How does religion affect the ways in which Jewish people think and act What are the basic concepts of Judaism This volume answers these vital questions.
Understanding Judaism The Basics of Deed and Creed Judaism is primarily a religion of actions rather than beliefs When the Jewish people accepted God s covenant they committed themselves first to obedience and practice and then to striving to unders

  • Title: Understanding Judaism: The Basics of Deed and Creed
  • Author: Benjamin Blech
  • ISBN: 9780876682913
  • Page: 153
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. Good teaching Love this author! I also have complete idiots guide to understanding Judaism! Intriguing and full of humor! The laffs help me remember the lessons.

    2. Great book for everyone who is interested in religious concepts in general and Judaism in particular. I felt deeply ashamed of my ignorance when I learned that ten commandments are not the same in Jewish and Christian interpretations, nor are they apparently the same between Catholics and Protestants. Moreover in Jewish interpretations they are not even commandments, but chapters, separating 613 commandments/mitzvot (at least I did know about that number). Book is full of interesting facts, comm [...]

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