8 edition of How to Be a Jewish Parent found in the catalog.
September 5, 2000
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||320|
I mean, your father wouldn't have known that his child was Jewish,'" Shapiro said. "The irony for me is my mother, who is my biological parent, is not someone that I . How to Be a Jewish Parent: A Practical Handbook for Family Life Anita Diamant, Author, Karen Kushner, With Schocken Books Inc $25 (p) ISBN More By and About This Author.
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(It’s billed as “more a parenthood book, not a parenting book.”) The Chicago Tribune called it a “a wise book [whose] ideas keep stirring after the last page is turned.” 4.
The New Jewish Baby Book – Anita Diamant If you want to incorporate Judaism and Jewish tradition into your baby’s life from day one, then this book is for you. A creative handbook for Jewish parents explains how to build a family and a home that is imbued with the values, principles, and traditions of Judaism combining insights from the Talmud with practical advice and firsthand experience to offer guidance on synagogue membership, religious education, hol/5.
As a reader and as a parent, I’m committed to reading diverse books for myself, and also providing diverse books of all kinds to my son. He goes to a Jewish preschool, and while it’s important to me that he learns about our religion, it’s also important that he learns that there are many different kinds of Jews—I recently attended a panel that talked about racism in the Jewish.
Becoming a Jewish Parent is the book to turn to at every phase of a family's spiritual quest. If being a good parent means having a subtle, sophisticated, and appropriate sense of what is "honest" when it comes to love, sex, police, the government, or other complicated issues, the same is clearly true with God.5/5(2).
Judaism (originally from Hebrew יהודה, Yehudah, "Judah"; via Latin and Greek) is an ethnic religion comprising the collective religious, cultural and legal tradition and civilization of the Jewish people.
Judaism is considered by religious Jews to be the expression of the covenant that God established with the Children of Israel. It encompasses a wide body of texts, practices, theological.
Jewish Parent Book Group. Jewish Community Programs. Raising children has always been demanding, and our current culture has its own challenges (social media, competition, culture of protecting kids from discomfort).
Meet monthly with other parents, using a parenting book and discussion to keep trying to be the best parent you can be. The place of parent as God’s representative is further emphasized through the mitzvah to teach one’s children Torah — God’s word.
Adoptive, step- and foster parents are included in this sacred relationship — “He who brings up a child is to be called its father, not he who gave birth”.
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A Jewish parent must be sensitive to be consistent and fair with all his or her children. Favoring one child over the others can have dire consequences (Babylonian Talmud [BT] Shabbat 10b). This was demonstrated in the biblical story of Joseph and his brothers, where Jacob, the father, favored Joseph over all the other children (Genesis JEWISH PARENTING BOOKS This annotated list was created by Havurah Shalom Education Director Deborah Eisenbach-Budner.
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Spock, which she had diligently applied on her only child (me), I became a My days on Wall Street had not prepared me for what lay ahead parent in Bullish dreams of a home managed with the precision of a CEO, the smell of freshly baked challah every week and a team of pleasantly behaved children at.
As parents, it’s essential to teach our kids that the Jewish community is diverse — especially if that’s not what they see. And there’s a difference between dismantling and examining personal racism — which this book aims to help do, by encouraging our kids to view people of color as humans with their own stories — and fighting systemic racism and oppression, which this specific.
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The Torah, otherwise known as the Hebrew Bible, has inspired debate and sparked imaginations for thousands of years, and the Talmud is itself an imaginative compendium of Jewish legal debate.
Several others said that Jews, affiliated and not, upon learning that the Jewish parent is their father, have said, “So you’re not really Jewish.” One individual who had chosen a Reform conversion because she’d been raised Christian had a fellow congregant say, “Wow, you’re so active, even though you’re not really Jewish.”.
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