Author: Rabbi Eliezer Shemtov
Format: 5½" x 8½" Hardcover, 188 pages
A Dialogue on Intermarriage
Intermarriage between Jews and Non Jews is one of the most important and sensitive challenges facing young Jews today.
As more and more external walls and boundries fall by the wayside in today's postmodern society, one must have the tools with which to define one's own identity and moral boundries.
Before answering the question of how to be Jewish, one needs to first answer what is a Jew and why be Jewish.
This book documents real life dialogues between two Catholic students and an Orthodox Rabbi regarding their amorous relationships with jews. Many basic issues regarding Jewish identity are explored.
Combining romance, philosophy, psychology and human nature, this page-turner is sure to engage, challenge and educate the reader all the way through.
After reading this book, you will probably never look at the issue in quite the same way.
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