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  • Defending the Faith

    Ronald Isaacs

    Disputations between Jews and non Jews were frequent in ancient and medieval times. Religious differences have at all times induced serious-minded people to exchange their views in order to win opponents over to their side by appeals to reason. The Talmudic-Midrashic literature contains many examples of disputations between Jews and adherents of various religions. Disputations and trials have continued to the present time.
    This exciting new volume by Rabbi Ron Isaacs will present some of the famous disputations throughout the centuries, allowing students and opportunity to role play and debate the issues in a classroom setting. Learn More
  • The Third How- To Handbook for Jewish Living

    Kerry Olitzky

    As we live Jewish lives, we are guided by a certain rhythm of daily prayers, weekly Torah readings, holidays and special occasions. These have been treated in the very successful How-To One and Second How-To volumes by Rabbis Kerry Olitzky and Ron Isaacs. As Jews go about their daily lives, they encounter challenges that are often not anticipated and not as rhythmic.
    The Third How-To Handbook intends to help readers with these new challenges. Learn More
  • I Believe

    Based on Maimondies' famous 13 principals of faith will afford teens an opportunity to explore their own personal beliefs as related to a variety of topics. Learn More
  • Entering the Biblical Text

    Ronald Isaacs

    The Bible is the oldest and most widely read book in civilization. This new volume by Rabbi Ron Isaacs provides an exciting pathway for students to enter into the biblical text and explore contemporary issues and problems that are manifested in twelve challenging Bible stories. Each chapter includes the text of the Bible story, the problems that are raised in the story, a selection of ancient and contemporary Bible commentary, and questions that will require students to re-read the story and use the commentaries in search of the answers. The Bible stories in this volume are stimulating, challenging and intriguing tales that are certain to delight the reader. Answering the questions and doing the exercises will enable students to acquire a deeper understanding of the biblical story and a rich appreciation of its message. Learn More
  • Tell it Like it Is

    Ellen Frankel

    Fourteen-year-old Sarah Isenberg is nervous when her family moves to the city. Lessons learned from her family, and Jewish tradition, Sarah navigates through adolescence. Learn More
  • Critical Jewish Issues

    Ronald Isaacs

    Societal issues for High School students most want to know. Learn More
  • Understanding the Hebrew Prophets

    Ronald Isaacs

    Introduces students to the world of prophets and Jewish prophecy. The books affords students an opportunity to learn about the kind of people that the prophets were, why G-d chose them, how they were able to hear G-d's words, and the values inherent in their messages and speeches which they preached.
    Each chapter provides a variety of exercises and questions that will allow students an opportunity to ponder the same issues that concerned the prophets centuries ago. Learn More

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