The Elements of JudaismBook - 1993
A concise introduction to this many-layered spiritual tradition, now adapting to the modern world. The author draws upon his experience of psychology as well as his own practice of Judaism, and explains the spiritual, psychological, historical and practical aspects of the faith. He addresses key issues, helping the reader to understand the message contained in nearly 400 years of Jewish experience. He unveils the meaning of the scriptures and explains the mythical aspects of Judaism, and by tackling contemporary topics such as the role of the feminine in Jewish tradition, explores the relevance and importance of Judaism today.
Publisher: Rockport, MA : Element, Inc., 1993.
Characteristics: 154 p. ; 20 cm.