From classic sources (e.g., the Bible, the Mishnah, Maimonides, the Zohar) to modern figures (e.g., Agnon, Heschel, Wiesel, Hammer) and contemporary alternative meditations, Steinberg invites all Jews to participate more fully in the historical, ethical, and theological dimensions of these great festivals. 220 pages, softcover. Jewish Publication Society.
“A superb addition to personal, family, school and community library Judaic Studies reference collections, Celebrating the Jewish Year is very highly recommended and informative reading that will help the reader to create a memorable holiday experience for themselves and their loved ones that will be enhanced in both meaning and spirit.”—Midwest Book Review
“This is the kind of book where a reviewer says ‘every family should own one.’ All three volumes will make excellent contributions to the celebrations of our Jewish holidays.”—Sybil Kaplan, National Jewish Post and Opinion
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