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Judaism Reading List: Introduction and General (Pt. I)
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   You'll probably find the texts listed elsewhere in this list may be a
   little too deep if you just want to learn what Judaism is. Consider
   the following instead:
   
   [Clo87]
          Clorfene, Chaim and Yaakov Rogalsky. The Path of the Righteous
          Gentile. Smithfield, MI: Targum Press, 1987.
          [6][Buy at Amazon:
          http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/087306433X/socculturejew
          ish] 
          
   [Dia91]
          Diamant, Anita; and Cooper, Howard. Living a Jewish Life: A
          Guide for Starting, Learning, Celebrating, and Parenting.
          HarperCollins Publishers, New York, NY 10022. 1991. Hardback:
          Out of Print. Paperback: Reissued 1996, ISBN 0-062734-43-1. 352
          pgs. [An introduction to liberal Judaism, or more precisely,
          the broad range of religious practices of non-Orthodox North
          American Jews]
          [7][Buy at Amazon:
          http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0062734431/socculturejew
          ish] 
          
   [Ein91]
          Einstein, Stephen J. and Kukoff, Lydia. Every Person's Guide to
          Judaism. UAHC Press #142610. 1991. Reprinted 1998. 195 pp. ISBN
          0-807404-34-9. [Non-Orthodox. Guide to Judaism that recognizes
          that study is only the first step to learning and living as a
          Jew.]
          [8][Buy at Amazon:
          http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0807404349/socculturejew
          ish] 
          
   [Gar89]
          Garfiel, Evelyn. Service of the Heart: a Guide to the Jewish
          Prayer Book. Jason Aronson, Northvale (NJ), October 1995, ISBN
          1-568210-41-8.
          [9][Buy at Amazon:
          http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/1568210418/socculturejew
          ish] 
          
   [Isa93]
          Isaacs, Ronald H. and Olitzky, Kerry M. The How-To Handbook for
          Jewish Living. K'tav, Hoboken NJ. 1993. ISBN 0-881252-94-8
          (Hardback), 0-881252-90-5 (Paperback)
          [10][Buy at Amazon:
          http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0881252905/socculturejew
          ish] 
          
   [Jab00]
          Jablon, Shmuel. Jewish Answers. Unknown; 2000. Paperback: ISBN
          0-595122-31-0.
          [11][Buy at Amazon:
          http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0595122310/socculturejew
          ish] 
          
   You should also explore [12]The Jewish Almanac, [13]The Nine Questions
   People Ask About Judaism, the excellent books by Donin ([14]To Be A
   Jew, [15]To Pray as a Jew) and the [16]Jewish Catalog series. You'll
   find a discussion of the relationship between Christianity and Judaism
   in the supplemental [17]Antisemitism reading list.

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