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Judaism Reading List: Reform Judaism (Pt. IV)
Section - Reform Rituals and Practice

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   [GoM79]
          Maslin, Simeon J. (ed). Shaarei Mitzvah: Gates of Mitzvah: A
          Guide to the Jewish Life Cycle. Central Conference of American
          Rabbis; 1979, 1986. Paperback. ISBN 0-916694-53-4. [This book
          summarizes the Reform position on the life cycle events]
          [6][Buy at Amazon:
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          ish/] 
          
   [GoS83]
          Knobel, Peter S. (ed). Shaarei Mo-Eid: Gates of the Seasons, A
          Guide to the Jewish Year Central Conference of American Rabbis;
          1983, 1986. Hardcover. ISBN 0-916694-92-5. [This book
          summarizes the Reform position on the year cycle events]
          [7][Buy at Amazon:
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          ish/] 
          
   [GoS91]
          Shapiro, Mark Dov (ed.); Waldman, Neil (ill.). Shaarei Shabbat:
          Gates of Shabbat. Central Conference of American Rabbis; 1991.
          Paperback. ISBN 0-881230-10-3. [This book provides Reform
          guidelines on Shabbat observance.]
          [8][Buy at Amazon:
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          ish/] 
          
   [Bar90]
          Barth, Lewis M. (ed). Berit Mila in the Reform Context. Carol
          Pub Group; 1990. Hardcover. ISBN 0-821650-82-3.
          [9][Buy at Amazon:
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          ish/] 
          
   [Bia71]
          Bial, Morrison. Liberal Judaism at Home: The Practice of Modern
          Reform Judaism. Union of American Hebrew Congregations; 1971.
          Paperback. Revised edition. ISBN 0-807400-75-0.
          [10][Buy at Amazon:
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          ish/] 
          
   [Sch69]
          Schauss, Hayyim. The Jewish Festivals: From Their Beginnings to
          Our Day. UAHC, 1969. Out of Print
          
   [Sch50]
          Schauss, Hayyim. The Lifetime of a Jew: Throughout the Ages of
          Jewish History. UAHC Press; 1950, 1998. Paperback. ISBN
          0-807400-96-3.
          [11][Buy at Amazon:
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          ish/] 
          
   [Sym98]
          Syme, Daniel. The Jewish Home: A Guide for Jewish Living. Union
          of American Hebrew Congregations; 1998. Paperback. ISBN
          0-807404-00-4. [Reform]
          [12][Buy at Amazon:
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