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JEW ISH BOOK ANNUAL
A
v ia d
, J
a n e t
.
Return toJudaism: religious renewal in Israel.
Chicago, Uni­
versity of Chicago Press, 1983. 194 p.
About the “conversion” of secular Jews to Orthodox Judaism.
B
e r g
, P
h i l i p
S.
Kabbalah for the layman: a guide to cosmic consciousness.
Jerusalem, Research Center of Kabbalah, 1981. 195 p.
BERGER, G
i l d a
.
Religion; a referencefirst book.
New York, Franklin Watts,
1983. 96 p.
Includes information about Judaism.
BERKOVITS, E
l i e z e r
.
Not in heaven: the nature andfunction ofHalakha.
N ew
York, Ktav, 1983. 131 p.
Elucidates concept, scope and ramifications of Halakhic Judaism.
B
e rm a n
, J
a c o b
.
Popular Halacha, vol. II.
Tr. into English by L.A.
Moscovitz. Jerusalem, Department for Torah Education and Cul­
ture in the Diaspora of the World Zionist Organization, 1982.355 p.
Includes: Shabbat and festivals, Jewish calendar, repentance,
High Holy Days, minor festivals.
B
e rm a n
,
LOUIS A.
Vegetarianism and theJewish tradition.
New York, Ktav,
1983. 119 p.
B
l e i c h
, J . D
a v id
, ed .
Withperfectfaith: thefoundations ofJewish belief.
N ew
York, Ktav, 1983. 686 p.
Selections on issues of faith from medieval Jewish philosophers,
organized around Maimonides’ 13 principles of faith.
B
o r o
WITZ, E
u g e n e
B .
Choices in modern Jewish thought; a partisan guide.
New York, Behrman, 1983. 305 p. Paperbound.
Presents spectrum of Jewish philosophic and theological views in
the post-emancipation era.
B
r o w n
, R
o b e r t
M
c
A
f f e
.
Elie Wiesel: messenger to all humanity.
Notre
Dame, Ind., University of Notre Dame Press, 1983. 244 p.
C
a rd o zo
, A
r l e n e
R
o s s en
.Jewishfamily celebrations; the Sabbath, festivals
and ceremonies.
New York, St. Martin’s Press, 1982. 268 p.
Handy reference text, including information on backgrounds as
well as practical guidance on “how to celebrate.”
D
a n
, J
o s e p h
.
The teachings ofHasidism.
NewYork, Behrman, 1983. 162
p.
Paperbound.
Selection of texts from the early classical period of the movement
(1780-1811).
DlENSTAG, JACOB
I.
Eschatology in Maimonidean thought: messianism, resur­
rection and the World to Come.
New York, Ktav, 1983. 281 p.
Selected studies with introduction.
DRESNER, S
a m u e l
H.
TheJewish dietary laws; theirmeaningfor our time.
Rev.
edition. New York, Rabbinical Assembly, 1982. 110 p.
FACKENHEIM, E m i l L .
T
o
mend the world: foundations of future Jewish
thought.
New York, Schocken, 1982. 362 p.