BEYOND SURVIVAL: A HOLOCAUST MEMOIR by Kenneth Arkwright OAM, published by Hybrid Publishers
THE DIGNITY OF DIFFERENCE: HOW TO AVOID THE CLASH OF CIVILIZATIONS by Jonathan Sacks, published by Continuum
Read the report in CCJWA’s 2006 NEWSLETTER.
A HANDBOOK OF JEWISH THOUGHT (VOLUMES 1 AND 2) by Rabbi Aryeh Kaplan, published by Maznaim Publishing Co.
Aryeh Kaplan was not only a prolific translator and innovative kabbalist but a nuclear physicist as well.
BLOOD BROTHERS, by Elias Chacour, published by Chosen Books, a division of Baker Book House Company (Foreword by James A Baker III, former US Secretary of State)
- What behind-the-scenes politics touched off the turmoil in the Middle East?
- What does Bible prophecy really have to say?
- Can bitter enemies ever be reconciled?
In a world of tension and terror, this book offers hope and insight that can help each of us learn to live at peace.
JUDAISM AND CHRISTIANITY, Essays by Leo Baeck, published by Harper and Row
This book explores the difference between Judaism and Christianity, and highlights the incorporation of Jewish thought in the New Testament and the way it is interpreted.
LOVING THE TORAH MORE THAN GOD? Toward a Catholic Appreciation of Judaism by Frans Jozef van Beeck, published by London University (Foreword by Eugene B Borowitz)
(Excerpt from the Foreword by Eugene B Borowitz, Hebrew Union College, Jewish Institute of Religion.)
THE ESSENCE OF JUDAISM by Leo Baeck, published by Harper and Row
This book was written by outstanding Rabbi and Philosopher, Leo Baeck, who was the leader of the German Jews during the Holocaust years.
PHILOSOPHIES OF JUDAISM (HISTORY OF JEWISH PHILOSOPHY FROM BIBLICAL TIMES TO FRANZ ROSENZWEIG) by Juliius Guttmann, published by Schocken Books
This book portrays the interaction of Jewish and secular philosophy.
THE BOOK OF OUR HERITAGE: THE JEWISH YEAR AND ITS DAYS OF SIGNIFICANCE by Eliyahu Kitov, published by Feldheim Publishers
This work gives a practical overview of Jewish observance in the yearly cycle.
THE VISION OF THE PRIESTLY NARRATIVE: ITS GENRE AND HERMENEUTICS OF TIME (Ancient Israel and its Literature 27) by Revd Dr Suzanne Boorer, published by SBL Press 2016