The Eternal Covenant: Articles and Essays on Judaism, the Jewish Year and Contemporary Issues
Feldheim Publishers, 2005 - 328
A collection of original, thought-provoking articles, stories, parables, and poems covering a wide range of Jewish subjects. This book will give the reader a refreshing new perspective into various aspects of traditional Judaism. Written in an informative, engaging, easy-to-understand style, this book is sure to interest readers of all backgrounds with its eternal message that speaks to the soul within every Jew. Topics include: The Voice of the Shofar, Anti-Semitism: Its Meaning for Us, Is There a Future for the Secular Jew?, and Mourning the Beis haMikdash.
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The Birth of a Nation 47 Zman Charuseinu
The Festival of Mercy 54 Matzah The Bread
The Road to Sinai 65 A Chosen People 69 Reflec
Mourning the Beis haMikdash 83 The Secret of
Faith Trust and Joy
Purim Is Forever 147 The Light of the Galus
Blotting out Amalek
A Visit to Israel 183 Israel Versus the Nations
Is There a Future for the Secular Jew? 197 AngloJewry
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