The Rhythms of Jewish Living : A Sephardic Exploration of the Basic Teachings of Judaism
In this book, Rabbi Angel discusses the distinguishing characteristics of the Sephardic approach to the observances and concepts of Judaism. Angel says that Sephardic Jewry has been especially influenced by the Golden Age of Spanish Jewry, and by the great mystics of 15th century Safed. Among the issues analyzed are the family, the application of Halakhah to modern life, confronting death, Israel and the nations, and conversion.
- Paperback | 216 pages
- 153.2 x 229.9 x 14.5mm | 298.59g
- 01 Sep 1997
- Jason Aronson Inc. Publishers
- Northvale NJ, United States