The Jewish Way: Living the Holidays

Rabbi Greenberg uncovers the patterns of the Jewish holidays, patterns that demonstrate Judaism’s underlying structures of meaning. Understanding the deeper meanings and traditions of the holidays adds a greater depth to understanding Jewish life and history and, in the author’s words, “help(s) release the creative imagination for religious living present in every person.”


First sixty-five pages: Preface; Table of Contents; A Word to the Reader; Part 1, “The Vision and the Way”; Chapter 1, “The Holidays as the Jewish Way”; Chapter 2, “Judaism as an Exodus Religion: Passover”

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Sumi Fleming