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  • Author:
    Amy Hirshberg Lederman
  • ISBN:
    158736736X
  • ISBN13:
    978-1587367366
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  • Publisher:
    Wheatmark (April 15, 2008)
  • Pages:
    168 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Judaism
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  • Rating:
    4.4
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Finding Meaning and Inspiration in Jewish Teachings by Amy Hirshberg Lederman. Winner of the glyph award for best book on religion and spirituality. One God, Many Paths celebrates the joy and wisdom that the teachings of Judaism can bring to everyday life. Amy Hirshberg Lederman has done it again! Her charming vignettes are filled with engaging tales and trenchant insights, utilizing the best of Jewish tradition and, most of all, a big heart and a special soul. This is a book to read again and again.

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One God, Many Paths celebrates the joy and wisdom that the teachings of Judaism can bring to everyday life. Regardless of your age, religious background, or observance, Amy Lederman's heartwarming stories will inspire you as they provide new insights into love, family, work, relationships, tradition, and God.

Priotian
Amy Hirschberg Lederman's ONE GOD, MANY PATHS, is filled with wit and wisdom that can touch the heart and soul of people of all ages. She brings the experiences of her life into the Jewish world reminding us that living a Jewish life can be found in so many places of our lives. As a rabbi, her stories are a great way to help set the mood at our Erev Shabbat service as she encourages us to look at ourselves. This is a book that should be a part of every person's Jewish library filed under living Jewishly.

Rabbi Jon Adland
Indianapolis, IN
Akta
Amy Hirshberg Lederman's ONE GOD, MANY PATHS strikes the perfect balance between spirituality and everyday life. Her practical wisdom--backed up by humor, honesty, and a fresh perspective on religious ideals--makes ONE GOD, MANY PATHS the book for anyone searching for a better, more authentic way to live.
Mr.Bean
Lederman's excellent book, filled with personal history, is an inspiration to anyone seeking to find a spiritual home in Judaism. Relating critical Jewish concepts to events in her life, Amy Hirshberg Lederman reaches out to the reader engaging them to be involved in their own way.

Many books bog down on the details of practice, but this book takes a higher road looking at the big picture of Judaism in the events that occur in peoples lives.

If you are looking for a quick inspirational read that will show you Jewishness in all aspects of YOUR life, this book is for you.
Ironfire
One God, Many Paths: Finding Meaning and Inspiration in Jewish Teachings I was inspired by the stories in Amy Hirshberg Lederman's book, and see the text as a springboard for conversation among Jewish adults searching for personal meaning. As an adjunct professor of Jewish Education at Baltimore Hebrew University and Gratz College I intend to share this book as a resource for my graduate students working with disparate groups including women, Jewish and interfaith family educators, and adults seeking spiritual nourishment.
Gann
"One God, Many Paths" constitutes an informal guide to personal ethics and spirituality. In it Amy Lederman shows
how we can integrate the teachings of the Jewish faith in the various aspects of our everyday life. She also helps us
to recognize that every experience has a spiritual significance which we might not always have suspected at first sight.
It makes for a pleasant and profound reading at the same time.

Rabbi Leo Abrami
Phoenix Jewish Studies Institute
author of "Evading the Nazis, the Story of a hidden Child in Normandy"
Bragis
This book is a delightful mix of personal anecdotes from Amy's life and a solid knowledge of Jewish teachings. Each brief chapter draws the reader in with an everyday experience that is easy to relate to, then expands that experience to reflect a key teaching or moral value from the Jewish tradition. I recommend this book to all readers who want to learn more about Jewish life and ethics. In addition, it would make an excellent text for someone considering becoming Jewish.
Rabbi Helen T. Cohn
Taun
This book is warm, inviting, and real! I enjoyed the Jewish journeys in her book as I believe will other readers. From the first page, Amy confides candidly, as she shares her feelings and questions as well as her wonderful discoveries from the treasures of Jewish texts. Her gentle style will give you the sense that you are talking with a close friend, sitting next to you on the couch.

Gil Mann, author of How to Get more Out of Being Jewish, Even if... [...]
As a non-Jew, I was particularly grateful for how much Jewish tradition and wisdom Ms. Lederman dished up with her stories. Her enthusiasm for her faith and culture are contagious. And of course there is laughter ranging from the subtle to the rollicking. Don't miss her take on what the Talmud teaches about how much sex a woman is due from her husband.