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Judaism and Hebrew prayer new perspectives on Jewish liturgical history by Stefan C. Reif

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Published by Cambridge University Press in Cambridge, New York, NY, USA .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Judaism -- Liturgy -- History.,
  • Prayer -- Judaism.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 411-421) and index.

StatementStefan C. Reif.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBM660 .R45 1993
The Physical Object
Paginationxiii, 437 p. ;
Number of Pages437
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1701263M
ISBN 100521440874
LC Control Number92001709

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  As a new comer I find this prayer book very helpful and I am able to learn the Jewish prayers in English and Hebrew. When I pray using The Messianic Prayer Book it allows me to have a close relationship with the Lord. The prayers are heartwarming and one feels like they are in the presence of Yeshua. I know I have a very long way to go/5().   All the Jewish prayers are in Hebrew, and while you can find prayer books with transliterations of the texts, wouldn’t you feel better being able to read the original Hebrew texts? Mount Sinai's Minyan Prayer Book contains prayers and readings for minyan gatherings during the 7 days of Shiva after a Jewish funeral. There are two groups that I think will benefit from Parenting on a Prayer (Ben Yehuda Press, ): those of us who are worried that we may not be raising children in the way that we should and those of us who have no idea how the Jewish prayer book can possibly speak to the challenges of parenting and all of the other issues that we face in life.. As I read Rabbi Amy Grossbart Pesach’s book.