For Signs and for Seasons

A diverse collection of essays on the cycle of Jewish holy days. Each explores the interplay between the Torah and its interpretations by diverse types of personalities, ideologies and historical events. Written from a non-dogmatic perspective by an expert in Judaism, the essays were originally newspaper columns; they are designed to entertain and educate a wide audience with Segal's witty style.

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Published by Quid Pro Books
Words: 34,430
Language: English
ISBN: 9781610271066
About Eliezer Segal

Professor of Religious Studies at the University of Calgary.

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