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by Norman Linzer
Author: Norman Linzer
Publisher: Human Sciences Pr; First Edition edition (January 1, 1984)
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Jewish tradition established the Sabbath as a special day. Its observance was both part of a religious tradition and an example of psychological health. 12. Herberg, . Judaism and Modern Man: An Introduction to Jewish Religion. New York, Atheneum Press, 1980. New York, Human Sciences Press, 1984. In Efros, . e. Selected Poems of Hayyim Nahman Bialek, translated from the Hebrew by Jessie Sampler.
Though Jewish educators have always known that the home needs to reinforce the school, it is only recently that concerted efforts have been made to conceptualize and develop programs for Jewish family education. Do you want to read the rest of this article? Request full-text.
Authority and Tradition in Modern Perspective (1984); . The welfare of both is dependent upon the success of the family as an institution in fulfilling its primary goals of socializing and educating its members. Similarly, individual Jewish identity and the viability of Jewish communal life in the United States are tied to the cultural integrity of the American Jewish family. The historic Jewish family, in various countries and in various periods, has demonstrated great resilience in the face of physical, spiritual and economic pressures.
The Jewish Family: Authority and Tradition in Modern Perspective. New York, NY: Human Sciences Press, 1984. Marcus, Ivan . ituals of Childhood: Jewish Acculturation in Medieval Europe.
Modern-day Pagans’ turning to the past is grounded in the conviction that the reli-gious beliefs and practices developed by the European Pagans of previous times possess continuing value for us in our own time, even after centuries of suppression and neglect. The most well-known modern Pagan or Neopagan religious movement is Wicca, which has gained considerable popularity in the United Kingdom, the United States, and elsewhere (Crowley 1989, 1994; Pearson 2002c).