Who Stole My Religion?: Revitalizing Judaism and Applying Jewish values to Help Heal Our Imperiled Planet (PDF)

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In the five decades since Richard Schwartz first became a religious Jew, he has watched the mainstream Jewish community shift more and more to the Right, often abandoning the very values that originally attracted him to Orthodox Judaism. In this soul-searching book, Schwartz examines the ways in which he believes his religion has been "stolen" by partisan politics, and offers practical suggestions for how to get Judaism back on track as a faith based on peace and compassion. Tackling such diverse issues as U.S. politics, Israeli peace issues, the misuse of the Holocaust, antisemitism, U.S. foreign policy, Islamophobia, socialism, vegetarianism, and environmentalism, Schwartz goes where many Jews fear to go -- and challenges us to re-think current issues in the light of positive Jewish values. This PDF edition includes the complete original book text, with color photos, appendix material by Rabbi Yonassan Gershom, action ideas, resource lists, annotated bibliography.
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June 27, 2012
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