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soc.culture.jewish FAQ: Jewish Thought (6/12)
Section - Question 12.18: Where can a Gentile learn about Judaism?

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                                  Answer:
   
   A good place to start is Dennis Prager and Joseph Telushkin's [5]The
   Nine Questions People Ask About Judaism, Simon and Schuster, New York,
   NY, 1981.
   
   Because major questions about Judaism are answered in this and other
   similar books, gentiles who post "I'm just curious about why Jews
   reject my faith" will be assumed to be missionaries until proven
   otherwise. Too many missionaries have posted, pretending to ask
   objective, curious questions, only to end up preaching to the group.
   
   Additional information may be found in the [6]General Judaism Reading
   List, available at [7]http://www.scjfaq.org/rl/gen-index.html.

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