2 edition of spiritual foundations of Judaism found in the catalog.
spiritual foundations of Judaism
in Cincinnati, Congregation Adath Israel
Written in English
Includes one essay in Hebrew and one in English.
|Statement||with an appreciation by Emanuel Gamoran.|
|LC Classifications||BM45 .F37|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||280|
|LC Control Number||51028418|
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Description: xiv, pages portrait 24 cm: Contents: Religious Essays: The Spiritual foundations of Judaism --What do I get out of Judaism?--In quest of the Divine --A Rock of strength --What is Jewishness?--Knowledge and religion --The Quest for security --Our common father --The Will to Live: The Jewish will to.The Foundation Stone educates and inspires people to experience Torah as a real framework for our world, and in turn, guiding us in how we relate to ourselves, how we .