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What No Cheese? Converting to Judaism By Tikvah Bernard
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Enjoyable story of a woman's conversion to Judaism, quest for spiritual belonging and development of sprititual expression through the creation of West Virginia's only Kosher Bed and Breakfast.
Judaism at Home By Peter Galgut
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"At Home with Judaism" is a straightforward and simple guide to practical Judaism - what to do, when to do it, and how to do it! Its emphasis is on Judaism as practised in the home, and is... More > written in a straightforward, easy to read manner. The passages to be read in Hebrew are printed in Hebrew, followed by an English text transliteration so that it is easy to say the words without being proficient in Hebrew.< Less
Judaism at Home By Peter Galgut
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"At Home with Judaism" is a straightforward and simple guide to practical Judaism - what to do, when to do it, and how to do it! Its emphasis is on Judaism as practised in the home, and is... More > written in a straightforward, easy to read manner. The passages to be read in Hebrew are printed in Hebrew, followed by an English text transliteration so that it is easy to say the words without being proficient in Hebrew.< Less
Unveil- Why I left Christianity and embrace Judaism. By Eli Santis
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Throughout the years, after leaving Christianity to embrace Judaism, I have come across the following question, asked by friends and even strangers, "You don’t believe in Jesus... More > anymore?" That question led me to write this book, to explain why I left Christianity and embraced Judaism, directing my prayers only to the Eternal G-d of Israel. It took me over 10 years of research, debate and confrontation to finally finalize this work. I want to make clear that I have no intention of converting anyone; the purpose of this book is to help those who are seeking clarification.< Less
Jewish Confession: Why I Converted to Islam By Joshua Zadok
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Coming to terms with the history of my people in rebellion against YHVH.
The Gerus Guide - The Step By Step Guide to Conversion to Orthodox Judaism By Rabbi Aryeh Moshen
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The Gerus Guide is the only book on the market that provides a step-by-step guide to Orthodox Jewish conversion. Drawing from over 25 years of experience counseling hundreds of candidates through the... More > process, Rabbi Aryeh Moshen lays out a roadmap that’s been proven successful time and again. Here, you’ll find a comprehensive guide to keeping Kosher and observing the Sabbath, finding your community, Jewish prayer, and everything you need to live as an Orthodox Jew on a daily basis.< Less
Chassidic Fever By Mordechai Kramer
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A young couple with small children goes to Safed, a city in the north of Israel.They are part of a Chassidic group known as Breslev who seek to restore the dilapidated area of the old city. They... More > become involved with the many newly religious Jews and converts to Judaism who had gravitated to the city, most of who have difficulty fitting in with the myriad of traditional Jewish lifestyles and philosophies. This problem of belonging which they encounter is the crux of the novel. Most of what has been written concerning the newcomers to Judaism has been written by rabbis and has been of a religious nature. Here we see a different picture. You may see people in synagogues, yeshivas, and Orthodox neighborhoods who appear no different than others in their surroundings, but they are different. They are a composite of their former secular selves and their new Orthodox religious personalities. They have changed but they are still a product of their total lives.< Less
Chassidic Fever By Mordechai Kramer
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A young couple with small children goes to Safed, a city in the north of Israel.They are part of a Chassidic group known as Breslev who seek to restore the dilapidated area of the old city. They... More > become involved with the many newly religious Jews and converts to Judaism who had gravitated to the city, most of who have difficulty fitting in with the myriad of traditional Jewish lifestyles and philosophies. This problem of belonging which they encounter is the crux of the novel. Most of what has been written concerning the newcomers to Judaism has been written by rabbis and has been of a religious nature. Here we see a different picture. You may see people in synagogues, yeshivas, and Orthodox neighborhoods who appear no different than others in their surroundings, but they are different. They are a composite of their former secular selves and their new Orthodox religious personalities. They have changed but they are still a product of their total lives.< Less
Unveil Why I left Christianity By Eli Santis
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Throughout the years, after leaving Christianity to embrace Judaism, I have come across the following question, asked by friends and even strangers, "You don’t believe in Jesus... More > anymore?" That question led me to write this book, to explain why I left Christianity and embraced Judaism, directing my prayers only to the Eternal G-d of Israel. It took me over 10 years of research, debate and confrontation to finally finalize this work. I want to make clear that I have no intention of converting anyone; the purpose of this book is to help those who are seeking clarification.< Less
Making Jews By Eugene Kaellis
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Dr. Aaron Velinsky realizes that the future of world Jewry is in danger of extinction, largely because of assimilation and a declining birth rate. He concludes that the only feasible means of... More > sustaining Jewry and Judaism, which he considers very important to the world, is by converting non-Jews to Judaism. The Return Movement he starts is, in spite of widespread Rabbinic opposition, significantly successful, but a shocking event leaves him disconsolate and convinced his efforts were mistaken. Davida, the young, dynamic leader of the Movement, challenges his despair and vows to continue the struggle.< Less