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By Shalom Shore Consulting
Short stop motion Passover parody includes an online backstory for “Marvin the Matzah Ball”

By Biblical Archaeology Society
An excellent resource for both students and scholars, Partings engagingly presents the most recent scholarship on how Judaism and Christianity went their separate ways. Includes extensive citations and over 60 stunning images.

By Five Star Publications, Inc.
Modern Jewish families who shy away from participating in the annual Passover Seder due to its typical two- to five-hour ceremony, will cheer Cass and Nellie Foster's Sixty-Minute Seder: Preserving the Essence of the Passover Haggadah.

By Chavurah Zohar Yisrael
Chavurah Zohar Yisrael serves Jews living throughout Southeast Dallas and North East Dallas Counties. To meet the needs of its members and to serve Jews in typically underrepresented Jewish areas, they have developed a "mobile" synagogue.

By Horiscorpio
The titles of the Alchemy Series by Jason Jowett are all available now. Published independently, the final title is available through Amazon Direct currently against the majority of the series on Google Books, along with the egamebooks.

By fahrnermusic
Roots-rocker Nachman Fahrner celebrates his love for Judaism and early fifties music with the release of "Azamra".

By Jill Bernstein Communications
The Story of a Remarkable Man and an Important Era in American Jewish History

By Jewish Lives Biography Series
Author Mordechai Bar-On will speak about "Moshe Dayan: The Hero and the Man" on November 4th at Washington Hebrew Congregation, 3935 Macomb Street, NW, Washington. D.C. at 10:30 AM.

By BookBuzz.net
Author, Alexander Maller is pleased to announce the release of his new book, Reform Judaism for the Rest of Us: Faith Versus Political Activism.

By Congregation Beth Israel
Congregation Beth Israel is joining synagogues across the country in recognizing Jewish Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Awareness Shabbat on Friday, May 4, 2012, 6:30pm.

By Biblical Archaeology Society
The Dead Sea Scrolls: Discovery and Meaning e-book takes a look at the significance of the Dead Sea Scrolls and explores how they relate to the Bible, Christianity and Judaism.

By Biblical Archaeology Society
The Biblical Archaeology Society is excited to announce the 14th Annual Bible & Archaeology Fest to be held in San Francisco this November. As a highlight, Leonard Greenspoon will lead a lecture marking the 400th anniversary of the King James Bible.

By Omega Consulting Enterprises
This is not just another diet or “weight loss” book. In fact, it would be better categorized as a “Negativity Loss” guide. Loss of negative fat, negative habits, negative foods, negative people, negative thoughts and negative actions.

By Biblical Archaeology Society
With the Dead Sea Scrolls recently being digitalized and able to be viewed online, the Biblical Archaeology Society (BAS) is providing access to resources which allow visitors to further explore what they mean and why they matter.

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By Shalom Shore Consulting
Short stop motion Passover parody includes an online backstory for “Marvin the Matzah Ball”

By Biblical Archaeology Society
An excellent resource for both students and scholars, Partings engagingly presents the most recent scholarship on how Judaism and Christianity went their separate ways. Includes extensive citations and over 60 stunning images.

By Five Star Publications, Inc.
Modern Jewish families who shy away from participating in the annual Passover Seder due to its typical two- to five-hour ceremony, will cheer Cass and Nellie Foster's Sixty-Minute Seder: Preserving the Essence of the Passover Haggadah.

By Chavurah Zohar Yisrael
Chavurah Zohar Yisrael a multicultural Jewish community is holding a celebration this Holiday season. This event is open to the public and will feature a Maariv service followed by a Havdalah service and a Chanukah party right after.

By Chavurah Zohar Yisrael
Chavurah Zohar Yisrael serves Jews living throughout Southeast Dallas and North East Dallas Counties. To meet the needs of its members and to serve Jews in typically underrepresented Jewish areas, they have developed a "mobile" synagogue.

By Horiscorpio
The titles of the Alchemy Series by Jason Jowett are all available now. Published independently, the final title is available through Amazon Direct currently against the majority of the series on Google Books, along with the egamebooks.

By The Arava Institute
Boston, MA, December 6, 2012 – The Arava Institute for Environmental Studies (www.arava.org) has announced a $1,000,000 bequest from the Jerome Toffler Foundation. This is the third-largest individual’s donation in the history of the Institute.

By fahrnermusic
Roots-rocker Nachman Fahrner celebrates his love for Judaism and early fifties music with the release of "Azamra".

By Jill Bernstein Communications
The Story of a Remarkable Man and an Important Era in American Jewish History

By Jewish Lives Biography Series
Author Mordechai Bar-On will speak about "Moshe Dayan: The Hero and the Man" on November 4th at Washington Hebrew Congregation, 3935 Macomb Street, NW, Washington. D.C. at 10:30 AM.

By BookBuzz.net
Author, Alexander Maller is pleased to announce the release of his new book, Reform Judaism for the Rest of Us: Faith Versus Political Activism.

By Congregation Beth Israel
Rabbi Lawrence A. Hoffman, Ph.D., will be the scholar-in-residence at Congregation Beth Israel, 701 Farmington Ave., West Hartford, CT, during the weekend of November 2-4, 2012.

By Jewish Lives Biography Series
Author Mordechai Bar-On will speak about "Moshe Dayan: The Hero and the Man" on November 1, 2012 at the Milwaukee JCC at 7:30 PM. Other cities on the tour include Palo Alto CA, Wilmette IL, and Washington D.C.

By Raziyoga
"Moving with Morning Blessings: A Guided Yoga Practice with Jewish Song and Prayer" has been released on CD and MP3. It is the first CD to weave a yoga practice together with a Jewish prayer practice.

By The Publishing Pro, LLC
Colorado Springs publishing consultant Kenneth Guentert has published a trade paperback edition of his own 50,000-word memoir, From Rome to Jerusalem: A Non-Jew on the Way, about his decades long transition from Catholicism to Judaism.

By SevenStarHand.org
History records how groups like the Essenes, Gnostics, Ebionites, Cathars, Templars and others were ruthlessly eliminated by Rome, and their knowledge destroyed, because they possessed some evidence that contradicted the Bible or Christian dogma.

By Congregation Beth Israel
Congregation Beth Israel is joining synagogues across the country in recognizing Jewish Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Awareness Shabbat on Friday, May 4, 2012, 6:30pm.

By SevenStarHand.org
While struggling to hide the true meaning of the recent Talpiot Tomb findings, the Jesus Discovery team blunders into a trap set by the Hebrew author of the Book of Revelation, exposing Christian Rome's darkest secret to the bright light.

By Jerry McGlothlin of Special Guests, Inc.
Messianic Jewish leaders issue statement regarding Christ at the Checkpoint conference in Bethlehem, March 5-9, 2012. Several prominent European and American Christians are listed as speakers, along with Palestinian Christian counterparts.

By marketingworx
Family-owned Scottsdale store commemorates move with fun- filled weekend

By Omega Consulting Enterprises
Bestselling self-published author spearheads “Occupy Amazon.com” movement to help bring attention to how difficult it is for self-publishers to compete in an industry overwhelmingly dominated by the traditional publishing houses.

By Biblical Archaeology Society
The January/February 2012 issue of the Biblical Archaeology Review is the “Find A Dig” issue which lists the various archaeological excavations taking place in the Holy Land.

By Omega Consulting Enterprises
This is not just another diet or “weight loss” book. In fact, it would be better categorized as a “Negativity Loss” guide. Loss of negative fat, negative habits, negative foods, negative people, negative thoughts and negative actions.

By Biblical Archaeology Society
The Dead Sea Scrolls: Discovery and Meaning e-book takes a look at the significance of the Dead Sea Scrolls and explores how they relate to the Bible, Christianity and Judaism.

By Omega Consulting Enterprises, LLC.
This is not just another diet or “weight loss” book. In fact, it would be better categorized as a “Negativity Loss” guide. Loss of negative fat, negative habits, negative foods, negative people, negative thoughts and negative actions.

By Biblical Archaeology Society
The Biblical Archaeology Society is excited to announce the 14th Annual Bible & Archaeology Fest to be held in San Francisco this November. As a highlight, Leonard Greenspoon will lead a lecture marking the 400th anniversary of the King James Bible.

By Biblical Archaeology Society
The Biblical Archaeology Society has released a new DVD study course by James Charlesworth which explores topics falling within the history of Early Christianity to its position in the Roman Empire in the fourth century.

By Omega Consulting Enterprises
This is not just another diet or “weight loss” book. In fact, it would be better categorized as a “Negativity Loss” guide. Loss of negative fat, negative habits, negative foods, negative people, negative thoughts and negative actions.

By Biblical Archaeology Society
With the Dead Sea Scrolls recently being digitalized and able to be viewed online, the Biblical Archaeology Society (BAS) is providing access to resources which allow visitors to further explore what they mean and why they matter.

By Meru Foundation
The Alphabet That Changed the World: How Genesis Preserves a Science of Consciousness in Geometry and Gesture, based on 30 years of research by author Stan Tenen, revolutionizes our understanding of the Hebrew Bible, its meaning, and its purpose.

By Askin Ozcan
In some places in the world, people with different religious beliefs live like brothers, yet in some places, they kill one another.

By Pikimal
A Tool for Finding the Best Religion is Here

By Raider Publishing International
Raider Publishing International announces the release of Why a Jew? by Joseph Rosen

By Temple Ahavat Shalom
As Jews around the world celebrate Shavuot—the holiday that commemorates receiving the Torah at Mount Sinai—Temple Ahavat Shalom is celebrating the completed restoration of a 350 year-old Torah.

By Beit David Highland Lakes Shul
Beit David Highland Lakes Shul to Host Rabbi Dr. Laibl Wolf on May 18th.

By Askin Ozcan
SMALL MIRACLES by Askin Ozcan - ISBN 1598001000 (Outskirts Press) contains thirty true stories of miracles from the author's own life.

By Temple Ahavat Shalom
This month at the Los Angeles Jewish Home, survivors of the Holocaust will be helping out another survivor: a 350 year-old Torah from the Czech Republic, hidden away during the Holocaust in an abandoned synagogue.

By Askin Ozcan
"Small Miracles" by Askin Ozcan is a true-to-the-last-word account of thirty stunning, miraculous incidents, the author has experienced in his life in different countries. ISBN 1598001000 (Outskirts Press)

By Askin Ozcan
Small or big, miracles happen all the time and they are proofs of God, just as the superior order in the nature. "SMALL MIRACLES" by Askin Ozcan relates thirty miracles which happened in the life of its author. ISBN 1598001000 (Outskirts Press)

By Harriet J. Dobin, Mandell JCC
Oscar buzz, Olympic gold, violins and baseball are in the spotlight at the 15th Annual Mandell JCC Hartford Jewish Film Festival March 26 - April 5, 2011, a cinematic melting pot of 21 acclaimed features, docs, shorts and comedies for everyone.

By Askin Ozcan
Askin Ozcan, 70, an architect and an author, lived in nine countries and travelled in fifteen. He relates the stories how God helped him in his life, in his book "SMALL MIRACLES " - ISBN 1598001000 (Outskirts Press)

By Askin Ozcan
Although all the religions of God preach love, peace, justice and brotherhood, human history has been filled with wars and conflicts and hatret among the believers of various religions of God.

By Askin Ozcan
Stunning miracles and adventures in the life of author Askin Ozcan, are drawing more and more attention globally.

By Temple Ahavat Shalom
This November 10, Temple Ahavat Shalom in Northridge will continue with the restoration of its 300 year-old Torah by bringing in some new “experts” to help restore its faded letters: pre-schoolers.

By United Synagogue of Hoboken
United Synagogue of Hoboken's Star of Israel to be rededicated on December 5th

By Corona Films
THE GREAT MYSTERY, An entertaining and inspiring road trip movie about the 6 major world religions WON both Audience Choice and Best Documentary Awards this past Weekend!

By Askin Ozcan
Christianity, Islam and Judaism are three sister religions of the same God - as God is One ! Fight among them is intolerable, unacceptable and totally unnecessary.

By Patricia Waldygo
Yes, it can be worthwhile for Christians to study the Kabbalah if they want to dig deeper into the roots of their religion.

By Patricia Waldygo
Does the Kabbalah have relevance for Christians? Yes, if they want to dig deeper into the roots of their religion.

By Samuel J. Scott
Samuel J. Scott, a former Boston newspaper editor and founder of the Considerations blog who moved to Israel in 2008, has published “Letters from Israel: An American journalist’s adventures in the Holy Land.”



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