The Sacred Table: Creating a Jewish Food Ethic (Ccar Challenge and Change)

* Read # The Sacred Table: Creating a Jewish Food Ethic (Ccar Challenge and Change) by Brand: CCAR Press ↠ eBook or Kindle ePUB. The Sacred Table: Creating a Jewish Food Ethic (Ccar Challenge and Change) Developing a Jewish Food Ethic according to trilingual19Developing a Jewish Food Ethic trilingual1946 Written from the Reform (Progressive) Jewish perspective, this thoughtful volume explores the traditions of kashrut and modern ethical concerns about food and food production. The numerous essays cover many topics, all focusing on the sacredness and holiness of food, food production, cooking and eating -- daily activities that can link us more closely to the divine. This is not an effort to cr

The Sacred Table: Creating a Jewish Food Ethic (Ccar Challenge and Change)

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Rating : 4.91 (926 Votes)
Asin : 0881231703
Format Type : paperback
Number of Pages : 564 Pages
Publish Date : 2013-01-24
Language : English

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In exploring these complexities, this book includes topics such as food production, the environment,personal health, agricultural workers' rights,animal rights, the spirituality of eating and fasting, gratitude, caring for the hungry, the challenges of eating together, and more. The Sacred Table: Creating a Jewish Food Ethic serves up a rich dialogue about the intersection of Judaism and food. Picture a beautiful buffet of choices from which you can shape your unique Jewish food ethic. Whether for the individual, family, or community, The

"Developing a Jewish Food Ethic" according to trilingual19Developing a Jewish Food Ethic trilingual1946 Written from the Reform (Progressive) Jewish perspective, this thoughtful volume explores the traditions of kashrut and modern ethical concerns about food and food production. The numerous essays cover many topics, all focusing on the sacredness and holiness of food, food production, cooking and eating -- daily activities that can link us more closely to the divine. This is not an effort to create or impose a standardized Reform version of kashrut. Rather, the book seeks to provide background, history, information and resources so that individuals can develop their own forms o. 6. Written from the Reform (Progressive) Jewish perspective, this thoughtful volume explores the traditions of kashrut and modern ethical concerns about food and food production. The numerous essays cover many topics, all focusing on the sacredness and holiness of food, food production, cooking and eating -- daily activities that can link us more closely to the divine. This is not an effort to create or impose a standardized Reform version of kashrut. Rather, the book seeks to provide background, history, information and resources so that individuals can develop their own forms o. J. T. Ormsbee said Good content, horrible ebook. My title says it all. The content of the book is first rate: thoughtful, challenging, insightful, provocative. But the publisher really does not understand how ebooks work or the ebook market. The formatting is off; TOC doesn't work; text runs lines and over sections and paragraphs. This was, at best, a lazy way to get the book on Kindle. The publisher really owes its readers better care and quality in producing an ebook.For the book's contents, I give it five stars.But do not buy this on Kindle until the Publisher corrects and formats the book, and takes as much care with it'. Amazon Customer said Wonderful. This is NOT another book on keeping Kosher. Not only did I use it during adult education classes, but have gone back to the beginning and found it infinity fascinating. The history and ethics involved is something that should be of interest to a wide audience, no just for Jewish people. It is not an orthodox book, it slanted more to the reform reader, but again, I think that anyone who is interested in the ethics of eating will find this to be an absorbing book. It includes on the ethics of treating, feeding, and, of course eating them.What is disgusting is that several countr

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