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    The Gifts Of the Jews by Thomas Cahill

    The author of the runaway bestseller How the Irish Saved Civilization has done it again. In The Gifts of the Jews Thomas Cahill takes us on another enchanting journey into history, once again recreating a time when the actions of a small band of people had repercussions that are still felt today.The Gifts of the Jews reveals the critical change that made western civilization possible. Within the matrix of ancient religions and philosophies, life was seen as part of an endless cycle of birth and death; time was like a wheel, spinning ceaselessly. Yet somehow, the ancient Jews began to see time differently. For them, time had a beginning and an end; it was a narrative, whose triumphant conclusion would come in the future. From this insight came a new conception of men and women as individuals with unique destinies--a conception that would inform the Declaration of Independence--and our hopeful belief in progress and the sense that tomorrow can be better than today. As Thomas Cahill narrates this momentous shift, he also explains the real significance of such Biblical figures as Abraham and Sarah, Moses and the Pharaoh, Joshua, Isaiah, and Jeremiah.Full of compelling stories, insights and humor, The Gifts of the Jews is an irresistible exploration of history as fascinating and fun as How the Irish Saved Civilization.From the Trade Paperback edition.


    Survival In Auschwitz by Primo Levi

    If This Is a Man is a work of witness by the Italian author Primo Levi. It was influenced by his experiences in the concentration camp at Auschwitz during the Second World War. It can be described as a memoir or a personal narrative, but it goes beyond mere recollection by seeking to consider the human condition in all its extremes through the narrative form.


    A History Of God by Karen Armstrong

    "Originally published in Great Britain by William Heinemann Ltd., London"--T.p. verso. Includes bibliographical references (p. [427]-436) and index.


    Constantine's Sword by James Carroll

    “A rare book that combines searing passion with a subject that has affected all of our lives.”— Chicago Tribune   Novelist, cultural critic, and former priest James Carroll marries history with memoir as he maps the two-thousand-year course of the Church’s battle against Judaism and faces the crisis of faith it has sparked in his own life. “Fascinating, brave, and sometimes infuriating” ( Time ), this dark history is more than a chronicle of religion. It is the central tragedy of Western civilization, its fault lines reaching deep into our culture to create “a deeply felt work” ( San Francisco Chronicle ) as Carroll wrangles with centuries of strife and tragedy to reach a courageous and affecting reckoning with difficult truths.


    My Grandfather's Blessings by Rachel Naomi Remen

    Rachel Naomi Remen, M.D. has been counseling those with chronic and terminal illness for more than twenty years. She is cofounder and medical director of the Commonweal Cancer Help Program in Bolinas, California, and is currently clinical professor of family and community medicine at the University of California at San Francisco School of Medicine.


    Six Days Of War by Michael B Oren

    Six Days of War: June 1967 and the Making of the Modern Middle East is a 2002 non-fiction book by American-Israeli historian Michael Oren, chronicling the events of the Six-Day War fought between Israel and its Arab neighbors. Widely praised by critics, the book won the Los Angeles Times Book Prize for history and spent seven weeks on the New York Times Best Seller list.


    Destruction Of the European Jews by Raul Hilberg

    The Destruction of the European Jews is a book published in 1961 by historian Raul Hilberg. Hilberg revised his work in 1985, and it appeared in a new three-volume edition. It is largely held to be the first comprehensive historical study of the Holocaust. According to Holocaust historian, Michael R.


    The Thirteenth Tribe by Arthur Koestler



    A Vanished World by Roman Vishniac



    The Warburgs by Ron Chernow



    A Practical Grammar For Classical Hebrew by J Weingreen



    An Interrupted Life by Etty Hillesum



    Peace Of Mind by Joshua Loth Liebman



    My Life by Golda Meir



    The Origins Of the Inquisition In Fifteenth Century Spain by B Netanyahu



    God In Search Of Man by Abraham Joshua Heschel



    Odyssey by John Bierman



    Mystical Qabalah by Dion Fortune



    Wanderings by Chaim Potok



    The Joys Of Yiddish by Leo Rosten



    Our Crowd the Great Jewish Families Of New York by Stephen Birmingham



    A History Of the Jews by Paul Johnson



    The Controversy Of Zion by Douglas Reed



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