Out of Print

Mahzor for Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur

Harlow MahzorJules Harlow, editor
(out of print)
ISBN 978-0-87441-148-5
Pages 816 hc 

A translation in modern English for meaningful devotional use by contemporary Jews. Explanatory notes and guides to the liturgy with new Hebrew texts within a handsome volume. Includes selections from ancient and modern sources and a liturgical meditation on the Holocaust incorporated into the Martyrology. Revised edition. 

It's a Mitzvah!

It's a mitzvahBradley Shavit Artson
Out of Print
List price $18.00
ISBN 978-0-87441-585-8
Pages 244 pb

A guide to Jewish living for those seeking to increase their level of Jewish commitment. From lighting Shabbat candles to volunteering in a homeless shelter, this book identifies hundreds of opportunities to transform daily living into Jewish living.

"It's a Mitzvah! is a rare commodity: a practical book to change your spiritual life. Rabbi Artson provides everything we need to begin and sustain a religious journey.” -David Wolpe, Sinai Temple, Los Angeles, CA; and author

The Seminary at 100: Reflections on the Jewish Theological Seminary and the Conservative Movement

seminary at 100Nina Beth Cardin and David Wolf Silverman, editors
Out of Print
List price $17.95
ISBN 978-0-916219-05-5 (Paperback), 978-0-916219-04-8 (Hardcover)
Pages 475 pb

Published in 1987, this landmark anthology contains over 50 essays about the Conservative movement, its contributions and its mission. Contributors include Elliot Dorff, Joel Roth, Yochanan Muffs and Neil Gillman.

Tradition and Change: The Development of Conservative Judaism

tradition and changeMordecai Waxman
Out of Print
List price $14.95
ISBN 978-0-8381-3116-9
Pages 477 pb

Originally published in 1958, this volume contains an extended introduction by the editor followed by classic statements by the founders and leading spokespersons of the Conservative movement. Included among the authors are: Cyrus Adler, Morris Adler, Jacob Agus, Louis Finkelstein, Zacharias Frankel, Israel Friedlander, Louis Ginzberg, Robert Gordis, Simon Greenberg, Mordecai Kaplan, Solomon Schechter, Milton Steinberg, and Henrietta Szold.