Tikkun Passover haggadah supplement 1992
- Russian Jews: The Confessional Situation in the Late Twentieth Century. Kozlov, Semen Ia. // Anthropology & Archeology of Eurasia;Winter2001/2002, Vol. 40 Issue 3, p31
Focuses on the history of Judaism in Russia. Relocation of Jewish population due to the three partitions in Poland; Closure of synagogues and religious schools; Conferences conducted by Jewish organizations.
- The Judaism born in America. // Commentary;Dec86, Vol. 82 Issue 6, p41
The Conservative movement in Judaism, currently celebrating its centennial is the largest Jewish `denomination' in the US. Unlike Orthodoxy and Reform, Conservatism is a native American product, and its history is completely accessible. A look at how it has changed over the century.
- Is Messianism good for the Jews? Katz-Leavy, J. // Commentary;Apr87, Vol. 83 Issue 4, p31
The main difference between Christian and Jewish Messianism concerns the advent of the Messiah. Discusses what function Messianism has fulfilled in Jewish history and what positive contribution it has made to the maintenance and survival of the Jewish community.
- Writing as a Jew. Bartov, H. // Commentary;Jun89, Vol. 87 Issue 6, p24
An Israeli novelist discusses the connection between Judaism and writing. American Jewish society; Being an Israeli; The Diaspora.
- A religion of history. Olitzky, K.M. // Cobblestone;Nov91, Vol. 12 Issue 11, p38
Relates the history surrounding the Jewish religion. Talmud and Torah given to Moses by God; Passover traditions; Chanukah celebration; Jewish holy days and festivals.
- New world seder. Steingroot, I. // Tikkun;Mar92, Vol. 7 Issue 2, p24
Offers a group of haggadot that will provide much food for thought for your prepared table, whether you use them as primary texts or as supplemental material. `Tikkun Passover Haggadah Supplement'; `The Feast of Freedom'; The Santa Cruz Haggadah'; `Haggadah for a Secular Celebration of Pesach';...
- The aleph-bet of creation: Jewish mysticism for beginners. // Tikkun;Jul92, Vol. 7 Issue 4, p45
Presents an introduction to the Kabbalists' (Jewish mystics) beliefs about the creation of the world. Significance of language and words; God calling each aspect of existence into being by stating its name; God the cosmic Kabbalist and the sacred Hebrew alphabet; Transition of One to many; More.
- Don't split spirit from politics. // Tikkun;Jan/Feb98, Vol. 13 Issue 1, p8
Editorial. Views on the New York Times Magazine, December 7 1997 issue called `God Decentralized' and a article on `Unorthodox Jews' by Rodger Kamenetz while referring to Jewish spirituality.
- Simply Jewish. Shapiro, Rabbi Rami // Tikkun;Jan/Feb98, Vol. 13 Issue 1, p31
Opinion. Views on the spirit of Judaism for the 21st century. Details on the principles at the heart of Jewish civilization; Definition of the principles.