Jewish ethical living

by Aronson, David

Publisher: National Federation of Jewish Men"s Clubs in [New York]

Written in English
Published: Pages: 32 Downloads: 179
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StatementDavid Aronson.
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LC ClassificationsBJ1280 .A7
The Physical Object
Pagination32 [2] p. :
Number of Pages32
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6066223M
LC Control Number50003227
OCLC/WorldCa18492225

The Book of Jewish Values Quotes Showing of 2 “The fact that you are feeling unhappy does not entitle you to inflict your bad mood on others.” ― Joseph Telushkin, The Book of Jewish Values: A Day-by-Day Guide to Ethical Living. What ‘The Good Place’ says about Jewish ethics PJ Grisar a decision-paralyzed professor who believes every answer can be found in books. as the only living person to have figured out. Conferences on Jewish medical ethics became fashionable about fifteen years ago, although the trend has diminished over the past few years. They have tended to focus on the standard medical ethical issues, such as brain death, organ transplantation, in vitro fertilization and surrogate motherhood, and other esoteric issues. Leo Jung, “The Ethics of Business” in Kellner, op. cit., pp. Leo Jung and Aaron Levine, Business Ethics in Jewish Law, New York, Isaac Klein, “Advertising Practices” and “Business Ethics in the Talmud” in his book: Responsa and Halakhic Studies, New York, Aaron Levine, Economics and Jewish Law, Haboken and New.

Making Sense of Many Theories. The order of these theories as presented in this book warrants a brief note. Chapters 1 through 10 follow a fairly linear chronological order, starting with the Bible and ending with the Holocaust. Since this book could not give due attention to all players in Jewish ethical theorizing, editorial decisions had to be made to select the elements on which to focus. Jewish Medical Ethics 33 cheat your fellow man,35 do not rob,36 do not refrain from saving a life,37 38 return lost objects and do not hide from this obligation,39 remove harmful objects from public places,40 save the pursued from the pursuer,41 etc. • One must refrain from harming another even through speech. MaRk kiRchhoff Many of his writings have served as guides to ethical living e Jewish Federation of Omaha will welcome Rabbi and his work is filled with hundreds of ways to become a Joseph.   The rise in interest in one’s legacy has led to greater awareness in the traditional idea of writing an Ethical Will. This desire to leave something spiritual and ethical behind is at the heart of our own spiritual growth as we age. From the volume A Time to Prepare, here is a brief outline of the ethical will, and a suggested form with which to begin your own spiritual gift to those you.

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"An absolutely superb book: the most practical, most comprehensive guide to Jewish values I know." —Rabbi Harold Kushner, author of When Bad Things Happen to Good People Telushkin speaks to the major ethical issues of our time, issues that have, of course, been around since the beginning/5().

His guide to ethical living should be consulted daily by all who aspire to the dignity of man." —Rabbi Abraham J. Twerski, M.D., author of Do Unto Others and Living Each Week "I like to study with Rabbi Telushkin and I only hope that learning from The Book of Jewish Values will be as exhilarating for you as it has been for me." —Kirk Douglas/5().

A handbook of Jewish ethical values and literature. Life as an art form―an invitation to Jewish ethical living. “It is the human task to complete God’s unfinished artistic masterpiece―the human person.” ―from the Introduction The classic texts of Jewish ethical literature―works little-known to most of us―are now readily available for personal study/5(3).

The Book of Jewish Values: A Day-by-Day Guide to Ethical Living Rabbi Joseph Telushkin combed the Bible, the Talmud, and the whole spectrum of Judaism’s sacred writings to give us a manual on how to lead a decent, kind, and honest life in a morally complicated world.

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The book presents ethical issues - one for each of six days with a time to review on the Sabbath - that weave current and historical illustrations of important ethical principles. What distinguishes this "day at a time" ethical compendium from others like it is the strength of the stories which illustrate each principle.5/5(5).

A Code of Jewish Ethics, Volume 1: You Shall Be Holy is the initial volume of the first major code of Jewish ethics to be written in the English language. It is a monumental work on the vital topic of personal character and integrity by one of the premier Jewish scholars and thinkers of our time/5(65).

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Joseph Telushkin (born ) is an American rabbi, lecturer, and best selling author. His more than 15 books include several volumes about Jewish ethics, Jewish Literacy, as well as "Rebbe", a New York Times best seller released in June Telushkin was raised in/5(11).

The book features work from both traditionalist and liberal contributors, making this the only volume which encompasses the full range of contemporary Jewish ethical perspectives. Writers such as Harold Schulweis, Judith Plaskow, David Novak, David Hartman, and Blu Greenberg discuss law and ethics, natural law, humility, justice, sex and the.

Book Review: Ethical Wills & How to Prepare Them: A Guide to Sharing Your Values from Generation to Generation Glick is the author of a new book, Living The Life of Jewish Meditation: A Comprehensive Guide to Practice and Experience (Jewish Lights), a passport into the inner world of sitting, breathing, silence and the soul.

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For centuries, Jewish parents have passed down wisdom and values to their children by crafting end-of-life documents called tzava’ot or “ethical wills.” Much as a legal will enables one to dole out assets and possessions to one’s heirs, an ethical will gives the writer an opportunity to share their wealth of wisdom: lessons they’ve learned over a lifetime, where they found meaning in.

This book contains many essays that help one live a moral, ethical life, and while based in Halacha (Jewish law) is applicable to non-Jews as well.

Rabbi Telushkin is well versed in the subject matter as Jewish law is very concerned with ethics and living in a moral and ethical manner/5().

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The Reason for Antisemitism, and more on Hebrew Ethical Wills can teach us much about the past and gives us food for thought for the present. First published inthis expanded edition includes new material: Lawrence Fine’s excellent introduction, passages from the autobiography of Gluckl of Hameln (to give expression to a Jewish women’s voice), and a bibliography of state-of.

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This book feels like a conversation, with many stories and historical anecdotes of the teachings of famous rabbis/5.This translation, published originally in by JPS, is a landmark in Jewish publishing. It made this Hebrew text finally available to English readers, and it gave us insights into the groundbreaking work that Kaplan did in orienting American Jews to the deep connection between ethical living and religious belief.