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by Henry Cohen

Free eBook What's Special about Judaism? download ISBN: 0738866687
Author: Henry Cohen
Publisher: Xlibris (June 1, 2006)
Language: English
Pages: 390
Category: Religion
Subcategory: Judaism
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What's Special about Judaism? book. HENRY COHEN, born into a family of Texas Reform Rabbis, was.

HENRY COHEN, born into a family of Texas Reform Rabbis, was ordained as a rabbi at the Hebrew Union College in Cincinnati in 1953. In 1964, he became rabbi of Beth David Reform Congregation in Philadelphia

HENRY COHEN, born into a family of Texas Reform Rabbis, was ordained as a rabbi at the Hebrew Union College in Cincinnati in 1953. In 1964, he became rabbi of Beth David Reform Congregation in Philadelphia. In the 1970?s, he was the chairman of the Jewish Coalition for Peace. During the late 1960?s and 1970?s, he taught a course on Judaism at St. Joseph?s University. He wrote two books, Justice, Justice: A Jewish View of the Black.

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What's Special about Judaism? by Henry Cohen.

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Henry Cohen (April 7, 1863 – June 12, 1952) was a British-American rabbi, scholar, community activist and writer who served most of his career at Congregation B'nai Israel in Galveston, Texas, from 1888 to 1949

Henry Cohen (April 7, 1863 – June 12, 1952) was a British-American rabbi, scholar, community activist and writer who served most of his career at Congregation B'nai Israel in Galveston, Texas, from 1888 to 1949.

What's Special about Judaism? Cohen, Henry

What's Special about Judaism? Cohen, Henry.

HENRY COHEN, born into a family of Texas Reform Rabbis, was ordained as a rabbi at the Hebrew Union College in. . In the 1970´s, he was the chairman of the Jewish Coalition for Peace.

Joshua Cohen’s Book of Numbers is a fascinating look at the dark heart of.

Joshua Cohen’s Book of Numbers is a fascinating look at the dark heart of the We.A page-turner about life under the veil of digital surveillance. one of the best novels ever written about the Internet. If John Henry is going to compete with the steam engine, he needs an almost superhuman energy and intelligence of his own-and if any writer has it, it is Joshua Cohen. The book, published by Cohen at the age of thirty-four, succeeds at doing to the Internet what David Foster Wallace’s Infinite Jest-also published when its author was d to do to television. It humanizes it. -Flavorwire.

HENRY COHEN, born into a family of Texas Reform Rabbis, was ordained as a rabbi at the Hebrew Union College in Cincinnati in 1953. In 1964, he became rabbi of Beth David Reform Congregation in Philadelphia.In the 1970´s, he was the chairman of the Jewish Coalition for Peace.During the late 1960's and 1970's, he taught a course on Judaism at St. Joseph´s University.He wrote two books, Justice, Justice: A Jewish View of the Black Revolution, and Why Judaism? - A Search for Meaning in Jewish Identity.

In 1993, after becoming rabbi emeritus, he conducted research on "Raising Children in an Interfaith Family," published by the Jewish Outreach Institute.Since 1993, he has taught an Introduction to Judaism course primarily but not exclusively for interfaith couples.This book is his attempt to convey to skeptical Jews and searching non-Jews What´s Special about Judaism?

"This volume offers sound scholarship and a very personal and consistently interesting approach to Judaism that relates to fundamental Jewish values, practices and beliefs to the everyday concerns of today´s readers.Rabbi Cohen understands his readers´ questions before they are asked, and provides them with a liberal understanding of the Jewish tradition that is refreshingly honest and intellectually compelling." Rabbi Eric Yoffie, President of the Union for Reform Judaism.

"Henry Cohen´s journey through the crucial aspects and history of Judaism and the Jewish people is amazingly deft at transmitting 4,000 years of struggle in a succinct, inviting way. His invitations to join in wrestling with the central issues and questions are a powerful teaching not only of how to learn from the past but of how to create the future."Rabbi Arthur Waskow, director of the Shalom Center, author and leader of Jewish Renewal.