How does it look and feel to live as an Orthodox Jew?
Josep, a secular Catholic from Barcelona, wondered exactly that. And when he met Daniella, an American-Israeli Orthodox Jew, he had more questions than he knew how to ask.
Inspired by his curiosity, Daniella began to describe her faith and her life to Josep: from celebrating the Sabbath to keeping kosher, from the Hebrew calendar to the Jewish concept of the afterlife.
The result? This collection of amusing and enlightening letters. Daniella untangles the threads of a highly complex religion so accessibly that even the most uninitiated can relate. But she addresses difficult concepts with enough depth that the knowledgeable will find new insight, too. Every page resonates with the warmth, candor, and respect that characterize this unlikely friendship… served up with a liberal dash of humor.
Whether you’re a curious non-Jew or a Jew hoping to expand your knowledge, Letters to Josep: An Introduction to Judaism will charm, inform, and inspire you.
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If you’re in Jerusalem and prefer a physical store, you can pick up a copy at Pomeranz Booksellers.
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At the moment the eBook is available exclusively through Amazon Kindle, which allows access to Kindle Unlimited users.
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