This book is a friendly, engaging explanations of the traditions and lifestyles of Orthodox Jews. Informative for both Jews and non-Jews, Eli W. Schlossberg draws on personal experiences as an Orthodox Jew active in the international business world to answer the most commonly asked questions people have about religious Jewish life. qThe World of Orthodox Judaismq is a concise resource for anyone interested in learning more about the customs and standards of Orthodox Jewish life.Maror: Bitter herbs eaten at the Passover seder to symbolize the bitterness of slavery in Egypt. Matzoh: Flat (unleavened) bread eaten at the Passover seder and during the entire Passover holiday to recall the Exodus from Egypt. Mazal Tov:anbsp;...
|Title||:||The World of Orthodox Judaism|
|Author||:||Eli W. Schlossberg|
|Publisher||:||Rowman & Littlefield - 1996|