Thursday, April 17, 2014 Nisan 17, 5774
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The author of The New Reform Judaism discusses the largest denomination’s struggle with fundamental questions of faith and practice as a scholar-in-residence at an Abington synagogue.
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After partnering with a larger university press, the venerable publisher recently won a national award, completed an ambitious anthology of ancient texts and has several other projects in progress.
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Rabbi Barry L. Schwartz
The director of the Jewish Publication Society explains how Outside the Bible: Ancient Jewish Writings Related to Scripture offers a tantalizing glimpse into the tumultuously creative world of the Second Temple era.
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Women share personal stories with a focus on Torah in a new collection of essays edited by two local rabbis.
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Invitations to orgies on yachts, a brazen drug culture and brushes with the Vegas underworld — these are among the childhood memories Suzanne Krauss chronicles in To Vegas and Back .
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