Publisher: Jewish Lights
What draws Jews back to their religious roots? What drives them away? What obstacles must they overcome to find their way home?
Paula Amann candidly probes these questions and more as she explores how secular and nominal Jews are blazing their own trails toward a vibrant, twenty-first-century Judaism. With the ear of a journalist and the heart of a seeker, Amann weaves a tapestry of human stories-of alienation, connection, spiritual detours, and unexpected portals into a life of faith. The people you meet in this engaging book will throw a fresh light on Jewish thought and practice. And their tales of personal transformation might just renew your relationship with Judaism-or send you off on your own Jewish journey.
-Swerving In and Out of Other Faiths
-Traditions That Chafe
-The Arts as a Portal Healing Body and Soul
-Making a Jewish Life That Works
… And Many Others
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