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JEWISH BOOK ANNUAL
C
o h e n
, M
a u r ic e
S.
Does there have to be an occasion?: a harvest of pulpit
reflections.
Hoboken: Ktav, 1992. 262 p.
E
p s t e i n
, L
aw r e n c e
J.
The theory and practice of welcoming converts to Ju ­
daism: Jewish universalism.
Lewiston, N.Y.:
E .
Mellen Pr., 1992. 154
p. Bibl., ix. (Jewish studies, vol. 13)
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A treasury of Jewish inspirational stories.
Northvale, N.J.:
Aronson, 1993. 269 p. Bibl., ix.
Fox,
K
a r e n
a n d
P
h y l l is
Z
im b l e r
M
il l e r
.
Seasons for celebration: a con­
temporary guide to the joys, practices, and traditions of theJewish holidays.
111.
b y
Vicki Reikes Fox. New York: Putnam
P u b .
Grp., 1992. 159
p.
B ib l . ,
ix.
Intended for religious school use, this recommended work is
a guide to creating traditional Jewish home celebrations for the
10 most significant holidays o f the Jewish year.
G
o l d
, M
ic h a e l
.
Does God belong in the bedroom?
1st ed. Philadelphia:
Jewish Publication Society, 1992. 215 p. Bibl., ix.
Traditional Jewish sexual ethics.
G
r o s s
, D
a v id
C
.Judaism: a religion of deeds and ideals.
New York: Hip-
pocrene Bks., 1992. 164 p. Bibl., ix.
I
m b e r
- B
l a c k
, E
v a n
a n d
J
a n in e
R
o b e r t s
.
Rituals for our times: celebrat­
ing, healing, and changing our lives and our relationships.
1st ed. New
York: HarperCollins, 1992. 331 p. Bibl., ix.
I
s a a c s
, R
o n a l d
H.
Rites of passage: a guide to the Jewish life cycle.
Hoboken: Ktav, 1992. 167 p. Bibl.
K
a u fm a n
, M
ic h a e l
.
Love, marriage, and family inJewish law and tradition.
Northvale, N.J.: Aronson, 1992. 390 p. Bibl., ix.
K
r o l o f f
, C
h a r l e s
A.
54 ways you can help the homeless.
Southport,
C t .:
Hugh Lauter Levin; dist. by Macmillan, 1993. 96 p.
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When Elijah knocks: a religious response to homelessness.
West
Orange, N.J.: Behrman House, 1992. 162 p. Bibl., ix.
M
il g r o m
, J
o
.
Handmade midrash.
Philadelphia: Jewish Publication So­
ciety, 1992. 177 p. Bibl.
A workshop in “visual theology”, using participant-created arts
and crafts to explore and enhance spirituality.
O
l it z k y
, K
e rr y
M.
a n d
A
a r o n
Z.
Renewed each day: daily twelve-step
recovery meditations based on the Bible.
Woodstock, Vt.: Jewish Lights,
1992. 2 vols.
Provides genuine spiritual support for recovery, with 5 days per
week o f brief biblical texts, and 2 days per week o f brief statements
from other Jewish traditions. Vol. 1 includes Genesis and Exodus;
volume 2 covers Leviticus, Numbers and Deuteronomy. Highly
recommended.
O
l it z k y
, K
err y
M.,
S
t e v e n
M.
R
o sm a n
,
a n d
D
a v id
P.
K
a s a k o v e
.
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