Kashrut and Jewish Food Ethics

(Jewish Thought, Jewish History: New Studies)

5dc4cf72054a7.png Author Shmuly Yanklowitz
Isbn 9781618119032
File size 14.3MB
Year 2019
Pages 292
Language English
File format PDF
Category Religion

Book Description:

Kashrut and Jewish Food Ethics is well-organized and thoughtfully presented, offering germane and urgent issues, even for those not fully compliant with Jewish dietary laws. Its remedies are balanced, middle paths between Jewish law, rabbinic dictum, and modern realities, showing that kashrut’s core values permeate Judaism, so that if the commandments are characterized as wheels driving Judaism forward, the dietary laws are their hubs and spokes. Kashrut and Jewish Food Ethics is a remarkable book, creating a mnemonic, the simple act of eating, reminding us we have custodianship of the Earth, welfare for our fellow humans, and care for ourselves.” ―Fred Reiss, San Diego Jewish World



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