Best Jewish Holidays Books
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1. The Encyclopedia of Lost and Rejected Scriptures: The Pseudepigrapha and Apocrypha
Author: by Joseph B. Lumpkin
The Encyclopedia of Lost and Rejected Scriptures: The Pseudepigrapha and Apocrypha – Section One – Lost Scriptures of the Old Testament – First Book of Adam and Eve, Second Book of Adam and Eve, First Book of Enoch, Second Book of Enoch (Secrets of Enoch), Third Book of Enoch (Hebrew Enoch), Jubilees, Jasher – Section Two – Apocalyptic Writings and the End of Days – Apocalypse of Abraham, Apocalypse of Thomas, 2 Baruch, War Scroll (Sons of Dark vs.
Sons of Light) – Section Three – Lost Scriptures of the New Testament – Gospel of Philip, Gospel of Mary Magdalene, Apocryphon of John, Gospel of Thomas, Gospel of Judas, Acts Chapter 29 – – Section Four – The Life and Times of Jesus – Infancy Gospel of James, Infancy Gospel of Thomas, Life of Joseph The Carpenter, Letters of Pilate, Life of Saint Issaa – Section Five – The Apocrypha – 1 Esdras, 2 Esdras, 1 Maccabees, 2 Maccabees, 3 Maccabees, 4 Maccabees, Letter (Epistle) of Jeremiah, The Prayer of Azariah, 1 Baruch, Prayer of Manasseh (Manassas), Bel and the Dragon, Wisdom of Sirach, Wisdom of Solomon, Additions to Esther, Tobit, Judith, Susanna, Psalm 151, 1 Clements, Shepherd of Hermas, The Didache
2. This Is Real and You Are Completely Unprepared: The Days of Awe as a Journey of Transformation
Author: by Alan Lew
There are times in life when we are caught utterly unprepared: a death in the family, the end of a relationship, a health crisis. These are the times when the solid ground we thought we stood on disappears beneath our feet, leaving us reeling and heartbroken, as we stumble back to our faith.
The Days of Awe encompass the weeks preceding Rosh Hashanah up to Yom Kippur, a period in which Jews take part in a series of rituals and prayers that reenact the journey of the soul through the world from birth to death.
This is a period of contemplation and repentance, comparable to Lent and Ramadan. Yet, for Rabbi Alan Lew, the real purpose of this annual passage is for us to experience brokenheartedness and open our heart to God. In This is Real and You Are Completely Unprepared, Lew has marked out a journey of seven distinct stages, one that draws on these rituals to awaken our soul and wholly transform us.
Weaving together Torah readings, Buddhist parables, Jewish fables and stories from his own life, Lew lays bare the meanings of this ancient Jewish passage. He reveals the path from terror to acceptance, confusion to clarity, doubt to belief, and from complacency to awe.
3. The Apocrypha: Including Books from the Ethiopic Bible
Author: by Joseph B. Lumpkin
The number of books in the Bible depends on which Bible is being referenced. Protestant and Catholic churches recognize 27 New Testament books. Protestants recognize 39 books of the Jewish canon in the Old Testament. Roman Catholics hold 46 books of the Old Testament as canon, along with expanded versions of Esther and Daniel.
In addition to the 73 books of the Catholic Bible, the Orthodox Church adds three more books to their canon. By far, the largest canon of all is found in the Ethiopic Church, whose Bible totals 81 books. This Apocryphal volume contains the books of the Catholic, Orthodox, and Ethiopic Bibles, which include: 1 Esdras, 2 Esdras, 1 Maccabees, 2 Maccabees, 3 Maccabees, 4 Maccabees, Letter (Epistle) of Jeremiah, The Prayer of Azariah, Baruch, Prayer of Manasseh (Manassas), Bel and the Dragon, Wisdom of Sirach, Wisdom of Solomon, Additions to Esther, Tobit, Judith, Susanna, Psalm 151, Enoch, Jubilees, 1 Clements, Shepherd of Hermas.
4. Koren Talmud Bavli, Vol.10: Sukka (Hebrew and English Edition)
Author: by Adin Steinsaltz
Koren Publishers Jerusalem
The Koren Talmud Bavli is a groundbreaking edition of the Talmud that fuses the innovative design of Koren Publishers Jerusalem with the incomparable scholarship of Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz. The Koren Talmud Bavli Standard Edition is a full-size, full-color edition that presents an enhanced Vilna page, a side-by-side English translation, photographs and illustrations, a brilliant commentary, and a multitude of learning aids to help the beginning and advanced student alike actively participate in the dynamic process of Talmud study.
5. The Feasts of the Lord: God's Prophetic Calendar from Calvary to the Kingdom
Author: by Kevin Howard
Isreal’s feasts are infinitely more important than just a series of cultural observances. These feasts are appointed by the Lord, and they are owned by the Lord. Together they form God’s prophetic calendar, outlining the work of history’s most important person…Jesus, the Messiah.
As such, few themes are more timely or rewarding for God’s people today. The Feasts of the Lord covers all aspects of the biblical feasts, including:historical backgroundbiblical observanceand prophetic significanceYet, this book is not just another reference book on the feasts.
It is written from the Hebrew Christian viewpoint, helping you to see the feasts through Jewish eyes. The words of the Savior, His messianic claims, and Bible prophecy will all take on a rich, new relevance for you against the exciting backdrop of The Feasts of the Lord.
6. Yiddish: Biography of a Language
Author: by Jeffrey Shandler
Oxford University Press
The most widely spoken Jewish language on the eve of the Holocaust, Yiddish continues to play a significant role in Jewish life today, from Hasidim for whom it is a language of daily life to avant-garde performers, political activists, and LGBTQ writers turning to Yiddish for inspiration.
Yiddish: Biography of a Language presents the story of this centuries-old language, the defining vernacular of Ashkenazi Jews, from its origins to the present. Jeffrey Shandler tells the multifaceted history of Yiddish in the form of a biographical profile, revealing surprising insights through a series of thematic chapters.
He addresses key aspects of Yiddish as the language of a diasporic population, whose speakers have always used more than onelanguage. As the vernacular of a marginalized minority, Yiddish has often been held in low regard compared to other languages, and its legitimacy as a language has been questioned.
But some devoted Yiddish speakers have championed the language as embodying the essence of Jewish culture and adefining feature of a Jewish national identity. Despite predictions of the demise of Yiddish-dating back well before half of its speakers were murdered during the Holocaust-the language leads a vibrant, evolving life to this day.
7. The Exodus You Almost Passed Over
Author: by David Fohrman
Maggid (February 18, 2021)
The coeditor of the enormously popular Jewish Catalog “help[s] readers understand more fully the meaning of our holidays and thereby to observe these festivals … With a greater devotion and joy.”-Rabbi Alexander M.Schindler
9. My Jewish Year: 18 Holidays, One Wondering Jew
Author: by Abigail Pogrebin
Fig Tree Books LLC
as of Jul 14, 2021
This book is unique and its author is a marvel.First the book. Classic works of Jewish thought teach that each of the twelve lunar months corresponds to one of the twelve tribes. What do the months and the respective tribes have in common?
The sacred works teach also that the four letters of Hashem’s sacred Name can be rearranged in twelve different ways, and each of these twelve Name Combinations corresponds to one of the twelve months. Another mystery: What is the significance of these twelve different spellings?
What do they tell us about the Creator? And what is the relationship of the month to the spelling?And to the tribes? And to the Heavenly constellations? One mystery after another – and nowhere are they explained in English.Until now.
The Wisdom in the Hebrew Months opens the door to a new dimension of understanding. Drawing upon the full breadth of Talmudic, Midrashic, and Rabbinic literature, this work sheds new light on the months of the year, the tribes of Israel, and the ways that Hashem relates to His people.
11. Siddur Interlinear Sabbath & Festivals Full-size Ahkenaz Schottenstein Edition
Author: by Menachem Davis
This new Schottenstein Interlinear Series will elevate the standards of prayer for countless Jew for generations to come.
12. 2021-2022 Two Year Planner: 2021-2022 see it bigger Square planner | 24-Month Plan & Calendar with Holidays Size: 8.5" x 11" ( Jan 2021 – Dec 2022). … for women (2 year monthly planner 2020-2021)
Author: by Johan Publishers
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It is perfect for your personal or business planning . You can use for personal, work, to do list, short term – long term planning , diary for note and all purposes. The Book Contains:Yearly Plan 2021-2022 : Two pages per year , holidays and note areaPersonal internet address and password log : you can record your website , user , password24 months | monthly planner 2021-2022 : start from January 2021 to December 2022Monthly Planner 2021-2022 : One month per each two page spreadPrinted on quality paperPremium matte cover designPerfectly Large sized at 8.
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13. Lamentations: Faith in a Turbulent World
Author: by Yael Ziegler
Maggid (June 6, 2021)
How do people progress from despair to hope? How does one maintain faith in God’s justice in a world that seems cruel and unfair? What is the nature of Israel’s culpability and to what degree does sinfulness factor in Israel’s calamities?
What is the nation’s relationship to its land, to Jerusalem, and to the outside world? Artfully combining traditional and academic scholarship, Dr. Yael Ziegler weaves together close readings of the book of Lamentations (Eikha) with an integrated reading of each chapter and examinations of larger themes.
To the reader’s surprise, Lamentations emerges as a coherent discourse on the way that people – as individuals and as nations – contend with adversity. Independent essays at the beginning and end of the book, as well as in appendices at the conclusion of the chapters, cover topics such as Eikha’s historical background, poetic techniques, theology, structure, and linguistic and thematic connections to other biblical books, most notably the chapters of consolation in Isaiah.