We Jews

We Jews

Who Are We and What Should We Do?

Book - 2005
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In We Jews, Rabbi Steinsaltz explores the most important issues that concern Jews today as Jews. He provides wise and uplifting answers to Jews everywhere, whether they are secular and assimilated or orthodox–Are we a nation or a religion? Are the stereotypes of Jews really true? Why are Jews so controversial? How can we navigate the opposing forces of diversity, culture, and politics? Can we survive intermarriage and the loss of tradition? Do we still worship the Golden Calf? In this book, Rabbi Steinsaltz sees causes and consequences, achievements and failures, looks at the contemporary world, and observes the dreams and longings of modern Jewish people. Written as an intimate and inspiring internal memo to the whole Jewish family, We Jews answers these questions and many more in a way that is at once insightful and inspiring.

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An authentic voice of spiritual leadership answers some of the most difficult questions facing Jews throughout the United States and the world, with discussions of identity, religion, politics, and more, all dealt with in an insightful and inspiring manner.

Publisher: San Francisco : Jossey-Bass, [2005]
Edition: First edition
Copyright Date: ©2005
ISBN: 9780787979157
Branch Call Number: 305.8924 STEIN
Characteristics: xix, 204 pages ; 22 cm
Notes: Includes index
"An Arthur Kurzweil book."


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