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Cover Type: Hardcover
Condition: Used - Very Good
No. of Pages: 344
ISBN: 965-7108-52-7
Language : English
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Traditions And Celebrations For The Bat Mitzvah - Ora Wiskind Elper

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Since the Bat-Mitzvah celebration is not founded in ancient tradition, much confusion surrounds it. In this volume, Rabbis and Rabbaniyot, male and female educators, come together to deal with the milestone of the Bat-Mitzvah from a halakhic, philosophical and educational perspective. Elements that are paid special attention are the staging of the event, halakhic questions, learning material for the girl who is entering Bat-Mitzvah, ideas for drashot, and a survey of preparatory programs for the upcoming celebration, and more.
Jewish tradition includes no long-standing practices for celebrating the bat mitzvah event. In Traditions and Celebrations for the Bat Mitzvah, rabbis and experienced educators, learned women and men, consider the occasion of bat mitzvah from a variety of perspectives - halakhic, philosophical, pedagogical and personal. These essays offer reflections on the nature and form of the event itself, halakhic responsa, source materials for study in preparation for the acceptance of mitzvot, descriptions of existing bat mitzvah preparatory programs, and more.

 
Contributors:
Rachel Adelman
Rabbi Ya'akov Ariel
Leora Bednarsh
Rabbanit Malke Bina
Erica Brown
Gabriel H. Cohn
Yardena Cope-Yossef
Rabbi Seth Farber
Ilana Fodimen-Silverman
Sara Friedland Ben Arza
Hannah Ross Friedman
Rabbi Aryeh A. Frimer
Baruch Kahana
Felice Kahn Zisken
Tirza Kelman (Garber)
Rabbanit Oshra Koren
Rabbi Benny Lau
Yael Levine
Bryna Jocheved Levy
Rabbanit Malka Puterkovsky
Rabbanit Rivka Rappoport
Rabbi Aryeh Strikovsky
Manuel Weill
Dr. Joel B. Wolowelsky