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Judaism: A Beginner's Guide [Paperback-2010]
Lavinia Cohn-Sherbok
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Category:Religion- Photography TechniquesJudaismJudaism-Jud
Publisher: Oneworld Uk | ISBN: 9781851687480 | Pages: 0

The oldest of the monotheistic religions, Judaism has played a central role in shaping world culture. Its texts and traditions have inspired other world faiths, and its principles have had a profound influence on ethics and law all over the globe. With a history dating back over 3000 years, this ancient religion s customs have undergone many changes over the centuries, and today it is practiced and experienced in a wide variety of ways. Examining the faith as a religion, philosophy, and lifestyle, this authoritative introduction asks what it means to be Jewish today. From the nature of God to worship and everyday life, Dan and Lavinia Cohn-Sherbok address the topics essential to an informed understanding of the beliefs, values, and enduring traditions of this highly influential religion.

About the Author

Dan Cohn-Sherbok was Professor of Judaism at the University of Wales, and is the author or editor of over 80 books. Lavinia Cohn-Sherbok is a writer specialising in Judaism and Jewish issues, a former headmistress, and a published novelist.

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