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Books Available Through the Internet:
All of these great books are available via our on-line form on the Internet. Each book is recommended reading by the Society for Humanistic Judaism.

To order these books/gifts listed on this page please note the Topic header, name of book and price:
ie., Understanding Humanistic Judaism; What is Humanistic Judaism?; $25.00


Modern Jewish Issues

WHO IS A JEW?
In October, 1988, the International Federation of Secular Humanistic Jews held its second biennial conference in Brussels, Belgium. Delegates from ten countries gathered to discuss the issue of who is a Jew. This issue of the journal Humanistic Judaism presents edited excerpts of this conference. $4.00

THE FUTURE OF THE JEWISH PEOPLE: A SECULAR HUMANISTIC JEWISH RESPONSE
In October, 1990, delegates to the third biennial conference of the International Federation of Secular Humanistic Jews examined the responses of Secular Humanistic Jews to the changing world and explored the role they can play in ensuring the survival of the Jewish people. The journal Humanistic Judaism presents edited excerpts of the conference proceedings. $5.00

THE RETURN TO TRADITION
The journal Humanistic Judaism examines the growing return to Orthodoxy among the Jewish people. We look at the humanistic tradition and how we meet the needs for Jewish survival and authenticity. Also presented is a discussion of the revival of Yiddish language, culture, and music. $5.00

FAMILY VALUES
One of the greatest revolutions in modem times has been the family revolution. The journal Humanistic Judaism examines the new family structures that have come into being and explores how Humanistic Judaism responds to these powerful changes in family life. $6.00

THE CHANGING JEWISH FAMILY
The journal Humanistic Judaism explores the new dimensions of our role as members of a changing Jewish family - not only a particular household, but the extended family called the Jewish people. $4.00

CELEBRATING DIFFERENCES
by Miriam S. Jerris
A study addressing the issue of how people from different religious and cultural backgrounds describe the experience of being intermarried. $14.00

REMEMBERING THE HOLOCAUST
The journal Humanistic Judaism examines the meaning of the Holocaust for Humanistic Jews and how we can teach and learn about this event that has shaped Jewish life in the twentieth century. $5.00

ANTI-SEMITISM AND THE JEWISH FUTUREB The journal Humanistic Judaism examines the effect of anti-Semitism on the Jewish people. $4.00

THE CHALLENGE OF SOVIET JEWRY
Secular Humanistic Judaism, a publication of the International Institute for Secular Humanistic Judaism, focuses on the impact of Soviet Jewish emigration, examining the life of Soviet Jews in Russia, Israel, and the Diaspora. $5.00

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