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A guide for parents, fearing the threat of assimilation and in­
termarriage, who want to raise their children in Jewish ways.
S
c h w a r t z
, S
h u l y
R
u b i n
.
The emergence ofJewish scholarship in America:
The publication of the Jewish encyclopedia.
Cincinnati, OH: Hebrew
Union College Press, 1991. 235 p.
Recounts the story of
J E ’s
publication from 1901 to 1906, ev­
aluates its significance in American Jewish cultural life, and an­
alyzes its contents.
S
h e r m i s
, M
ic h a e l
and
A
r t h u r
E.
Z
a n n o n i
,
eds.
Introduction toJewish-
Christian relations.
New York: Paulist Press, 1991. 288 p.
Essays written expressly for newcomers to the Jewish-Christian
dialogue. Topics range from the Bible, Holocaust, Israel and anti-
Semitism to Intermarriage, Feminism, etc.
S
t e r n b e r g
, L
a w r e n c e
I .
Changing Jewish life: service delivery and plan­
ning in the 1 990 ’s.
New York: Greenwood Books, 1991. 296 p.
Essays focus on understanding the current realities of the com­
munity and the roles professionals play in implementing change.
A time to act: the report of the Commission on Jewish Education in North
America.
Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 1991. 97 p.