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The Blind Angel

The Blind Angel

by Joshua Halberstam

For more than twenty-five years, Jonathan Halberstam’s father shared Chassidic stories weekly over Yiddish radio. After finding a box containing 250 of these stories, Jonathan Halberstam has chosen thirty-seven to thoughtfully translate into English. read more

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From the JBC Blog

Interview with Rebecca Dinerstein

by Nat Bernstein
"The peacefulness that I most cherish in Judaism is in this book, and in that regard I would say it’s Jewish literature. I think it champions the peaceful essence of Judaism in its own serenity." Captivated by Rebecca Dinerstein's debut novel, Jewish Book Council sat down with the author to discuss The Sunlit Night.

May As Well Be Called Jesus

by Christopher Noxon
"As an unofficial, unaffiliated friend of the Tribe, I found a certain freedom. I could approach Judaism unburdened by questions of whether doing this practice or not made me a 'good' or 'bad' Jew."