6 edition of Jewish Women Speak About Jewish Matters found in the catalog.
January 1, 2000
Written in English
|Contributions||Sarah Tikvah Kornbluth (Editor), Doron Kornbluth (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||180|
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Quick on the heels of their Jewish bestseller Jewish Matters, husband and wife editors Doron and Sarah Tikvah Kornbluth have teamed up to produce Jewish Women Speak, a moving and inspiring collection of essays by well-known and less-known (but impressive nonetheless!) female teachers of Jewish ideas around the world/5(3).
Although not a woman,I have reviewed over books for Jewish Women Speak About Jewish Matters book Jerusalem Post,as well as a number on women-related themes for B'Or HaTorah. The editors wrote their book to "inspire Jewish women about their identities as Jewish women" by inviting Jewish women to write on subjects that revolve around " the value,importance,contributions,and personal journeys of Jewish women."/5.
"The power-packed sequel to the bestselling 'Jewish Matters.' Each of the twenty-four, hand-picked essays illuminates a different issue affecting Jewish women of today. Topics discussed include: women in the workplace, women and spirituality, the Biblical view of women, and so much more.
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The power-packed sequel to the bestselling 'Jewish Matters.' Each of the twenty-four, hand-picked essays illuminates a different issue affecting Jewish women of today.
Topics discussed include: women in the workplace, women and spirituality, the Biblical view of women, and so much more. Dispel the myths and ignorance--come see what Judaism really thinks about women.
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The Court of the Women obtained its name, not from its appropriation to the exclusive use of women, but because they were not allowed to proceed farther, except for sacrificial purposes.
Indeed, this was probably the common place for worship, the females occupying, according to Jewish tradition, only a raised gallery along three sides of the court.
10 Great Books Every Jewish Girl Should Read. By Stephanie Wellin Levine traces with respect and honesty the unquestionably distinct lives of women.
I was raised in the Jewish tradition, taught never to marry a Gentile, women shave on Saturday and most especially never to shave a Gentile woman on Saturday.
Woody Allen The pursuit of knowledge for its own sake, an almost fanatical love of justice and the desire for personal independence, these are the features of the Jewish tradition which.
Women studied and increased their knowledge of languages, literature and so on. This created a gap between women’s level of education in non-Jewish subjects and their lack of learning in Jewish matters. In addition, a process of leaving religion and assimilation followed.
What Was the Parting of the Red Sea. The miracle of the parting of the Red Sea (keriat yam suf in Hebrew) was performed by G‑d through Moses, seven days after the Israelites ’ Exodus from h and the Egyptian armies had pursued Israel to the water. Moses turned to G‑d in prayer, and G‑d instructed him to raise his staff.
A strong east wind blew, and the sea parted, allowing. On Jewish Matters is a contemporary magazine, dedicated to original content, news, and analysis about Israel and the Jewish world as they evolve in modern time. The Secrets of Jewish Masculinity event gives Keats Jaskoll and Chizhik-Goldschmidt an opportunity to “discuss the importance in the Jewish community for men and women to work together.".
It evoked a generations-old rift between the Jewish and the black community, one that Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel so. The Role of Women. Level: Intermediate. The role of women in traditional Judaism has been grossly misrepresented and misunderstood.
The position of women is not nearly as lowly as many modern people think; in fact, the position of women in halakhah (Jewish Law) that dates back to the biblical period is in many ways better than the position of women under US civil law as recently as a century.
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Today, public worship can take place in a synagogue only if at least ten adult Jewish males are present. Women do not qualify as part of this quorum. Furthermore, women are separated from men within the synagogue: women worship in an ezrat nashim, a balcony or section with a divider located beside or behind the men’s section.
Things were considerably different in Jesus’ day.