Jews; Their Religious Beliefs And Practices

The book “Jews; Their Religious Beliefs And Practices” is about the religion, rituals, and perspectives of Jews, focusing on aspects of Jewish life that are unique to the Jewish people. Therefore, one cannot find much about common ethical norms among individuals in modern Western societies.

However, there is no doubt that the difference between the approach of Jews and non-Jews is not in matters such as hospitality, charity, compassion, honesty, and responsiveness to fellow human beings.
For traditional and authentic Jews, ethical norms are part of religious rituals, and the holy scriptures and subsequent Jewish writings also play a significant role in determining them.


Alan Unterman


Reza Farzin

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