How To Raise Jew­ish Chil­dren: Even When You’re Not Jew­ish Yourself

Rab­bi Ker­ry Olitzky and Paul Golin
  • From the Publisher
October 6, 2011
It is hard to run a Jew­ish house­hold when you have no train­ing. It is even hard­er when you feel that you don’t belong. The book, grown out of years of work­ing with inter­mar­ried fam­i­lies who want a con­nec­tion to Jew­ish life, makes the process of involve­ment sim­ple. It goes step by step through Jew­ish hol­i­days and prac­tices. Explain­ing these prac­tices and cus­toms clear­ly, speak­ing hon­est­ly (and with exam­ples) on issues involved with being a non-Jew involved in Jew­ish life, and pro­vid­ing lots of options, this is the book that helps to open up the code of Jew­ish living.

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