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Bar Mitzvah: A guide to Spiritual Growth - Assouline
Bar Mitzvah: A guide to Spiritual Growth - Assouline
Bar Mitzvah: A guide to Spiritual Growth - Assouline
Bar Mitzvah: A guide to Spiritual Growth - Assouline
Bar Mitzvah: A guide to Spiritual Growth - Assouline
Bar Mitzvah: A guide to Spiritual Growth - Assouline

Bar Mitzvah: A guide to Spiritual Growth -

€25,00

Assouline

9782843237188

9782843237188

13829554700310

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Description

Do you have to be Jewish to have a Bar Mitzvah? What is a synagogue? What is read in the Torah? Why is reading and study at the heart of Judaism and this symbolic ceremony? What are the foundations of Judaism? Signifying the end of childhood and the passage into adult life, the Bar Mitzvah is one of the most famous ceremonies in Judaism. Celebrated at the synagogue, it is a big event for family and friends, and also a time of ritual. Clear and educational, this book is an introduction to the fascinating and mysterious world of one of Judaism's oldest rituals. Perfect for children who are about to have this important experience. Thanks to its informative content the parents too will be able to share their knowledge of this age-old ceremony with their family and friends.

Details
  • 390 pages
  • N/A illustrations
  • English language
  • Released in October 2005
  • W 6.46 x L 8.66 x D 1.18 in
  • Hardcover with a Jacket
  • ISBN: 9782843237188
  • 0.667 kg
About the Author

Rabbi and doctor of philosophy Marc-Alain Ouaknin is the director of the ALEPH Center for Jewish Studies (Paris) and associate professor at the University of Bar-ilan (Israel), where he teaches philosophy and comparative literature. Among his many works, Ouakin has published The Burnt Book, I'll Tell You a Story, Mysteries of the Alphabet, Mysteries of the Kabbalah, and with Assouline, Symbols of Judaism (1995), and Haggadah: The Passover Story (in collaboration with Gerard Garouste, 2001).

Bar Mitzvah: A guide to Spiritual Growth - €25,00

Assouline

9782843237188

9782843237188

13829554700310

Description

Do you have to be Jewish to have a Bar Mitzvah? What is a synagogue? What is read in the Torah? Why is reading and study at the heart of Judaism and this symbolic ceremony? What are the foundations of Judaism? Signifying the end of childhood and the passage into adult life, the Bar Mitzvah is one of the most famous ceremonies in Judaism. Celebrated at the synagogue, it is a big event for family and friends, and also a time of ritual. Clear and educational, this book is an introduction to the fascinating and mysterious world of one of Judaism's oldest rituals. Perfect for children who are about to have this important experience. Thanks to its informative content the parents too will be able to share their knowledge of this age-old ceremony with their family and friends.

Details
  • 390 pages
  • N/A illustrations
  • English language
  • Released in October 2005
  • W 6.46 x L 8.66 x D 1.18 in
  • Hardcover with a Jacket
  • ISBN: 9782843237188
  • 0.667 kg
About the Author

Rabbi and doctor of philosophy Marc-Alain Ouaknin is the director of the ALEPH Center for Jewish Studies (Paris) and associate professor at the University of Bar-ilan (Israel), where he teaches philosophy and comparative literature. Among his many works, Ouakin has published The Burnt Book, I'll Tell You a Story, Mysteries of the Alphabet, Mysteries of the Kabbalah, and with Assouline, Symbols of Judaism (1995), and Haggadah: The Passover Story (in collaboration with Gerard Garouste, 2001).

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About the Author

Do you have to be Jewish to have a Bar Mitzvah? What is a synagogue? What is read in the Torah? Why is reading and study at the heart of Judaism and this symbolic ceremony? What are the foundations of Judaism? Signifying the end of childhood and the passage into adult life, the Bar Mitzvah is one of the most famous ceremonies in Judaism. Celebrated at the synagogue, it is a big event for family and friends, and also a time of ritual. Clear and educational, this book is an introduction to the fascinating and mysterious world of one of Judaism's oldest rituals. Perfect for children who are about to have this important experience. Thanks to its informative content the parents too will be able to share their knowledge of this age-old ceremony with their family and friends.

  • 390 pages
  • English language
  • Released in October 2005
  • W 6.46 x L 8.66 x D 1.18 in
  • Hardcover with a Jacket
  • ISBN: 9782843237188
  • 0.667 kg

Rabbi and doctor of philosophy Marc-Alain Ouaknin is the director of the ALEPH Center for Jewish Studies (Paris) and associate professor at the University of Bar-ilan (Israel), where he teaches philosophy and comparative literature. Among his many works, Ouakin has published The Burnt Book, I'll Tell You a Story, Mysteries of the Alphabet, Mysteries of the Kabbalah, and with Assouline, Symbols of Judaism (1995), and Haggadah: The Passover Story (in collaboration with Gerard Garouste, 2001).

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Free economy shipping in Europe on 100€+ orders - Ships same day if order placed before 2pm