Like the Hebrew prophets before him, the great American rabbi and civil rights leader reveals God's concern for this world and each of us.
In The Telling, Mark Gerson, host of The Rabbi’s Husband podcast and renowned Jewish philanthropist, shows us how to make the Seder the most engaging, inspiring, and important night of the Jewish year.
God didn’t design the Seder to put your kids to sleep.
Instead, the Seder is an experience your family should love, treasure and remember.
The Jewish metaphysical system of the Holy Kabbalah posits a vertical and positively-aligned Tree of Life, through which energy from the earthly plane flows upward in a series of experiences culminating in union with the Divine Source. However the Kabbalah, as we know it today, was not the only mystical formulation that emerged in the 12th century.
In this #1 Amazon and Barnes & Noble Bestseller, author and spiritual teacher, Moshe Gersht delivers a gift.
After a decade and a half deeply studying the wisdom of Torah, Kaballah, Chasidus, and Spirituality, Moshe Gersht has gifted us with a new lens on life.
This lively chronicle of the years 1847–1947—the century when the Jewish people changed how we see the world—is “[a] thrilling and tragic history…especially good on the ironies and chain-reaction intimacies that make a people and a past” (The Wall Street Journal).
In a hundred-year period, a handful of men and women changed the world.
Named one of the best books of 2019 by The Economist and a New York Times Book Review Editors' Choice. A National Jewish Book Award finalist.
"A superb and touching book about the frailty of ties that hold together places and people." --The New York Times Book Review
The Art of Passover is the ideal presentation as a hostess gift at a seder. Full of ritual riches, The Art of Passover is an exquisite compilation of a cherished celebration to be passed down from generation to generation.
The Jewish intellectual tradition has a long and complex history that has resulted in significant and influential works of scholarship. In this book, the authors suggest that there is a series of common principles that can be extracted from the Jewish intellectual tradition that have broad, even life-changing, implications for individual and societal achievement.
In these stormy times, loud voices from all fronts call for revolution and change. But what kind of revolution brings true freedom to both society and the human soul? Cultural observer Os Guinness explores the nature of revolutionary faith, contrasting between secular revolutions such as the French Revolution and the faith-led revolution of ancient Israel.
The Cambridge Companion to Jewish Theology offers an overview of Jewish theology, an aspect of Judaism that is equal in importance to law and ethics. Covering the period from antiquity to the present, the volume focuses on what Jews believe about God and also about the relation of God to humans and the world.
For a world mired in catastrophe, nothing could be more urgent than the question of survival. In this theoretically and methodologically groundbreaking book, Adam Y. Stern calls for a critical reevaluation of survival as a contemporary regime of representation.
A biography of Louis Jacobs, rabbi, theologian and author of the highly controversial book on Jewish thought and religion, We Have Reason to Believe
Louis Jacobs was Britain's most gifted Jewish scholar. A Talmudic genius, outstanding teacher and accomplished author, cultured and easy-going, he was widely expected to become Britain's next Chief Rabbi.