The Essential Jewish Stories: God, Torah, Israel & Faith


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Rossel Books
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6.0 X 0.91 X 9.0 inches | 1.32 pounds
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About the Author

Rabbi Seymour Rossel is the author of The Wise Folk of Chelm and more than thirty other books, including The Torah: Portion-by-Portion, Bible Dreams: The Spiritual Quest, A Child's Bible, When a Jew Prays, When a Jew Seeks Wisdom, A Thousand and One Chickens, and Managing the Jewish Classroom. In addition, he has edited some 300 books, having worked with many distinguished Jewish authors of our times. Seymour is the President of Rossel Books and RCC, Inc. He was Rabbi of Congregation Jewish Community North in Spring (Houston), Texas. During his many years in New York, he served the American Reform movement (URJ) in a number of national positions: as Director of URJ Press, Director of the Department of Education, Director of the Commission on Reform Jewish Education, and Dean of the School of Education of Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, NY. He also sat on national boards for the Coalition for the Advancement of Jewish Education (CAJE), the Jewish Book Council, and the National Association of Temple Educators. He was Founding Director of Pathways Foundation (an advocacy program for Jewish teens and Jewish dreams); Headmaster of Solomon Schechter (now Levine) Academy of Dallas, TX; Executive Vice President of Behrman House; and Director of Education for Temple Shalom of Dallas, TX, and Temple Beth El of Chappaqua, NY. Seymour also served in voluntary capacity as Chairperson for two international Jewish education conferences both convened at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. Seymour lectures widely on Jewish stories & legends, Bible, archaeology, mysticism, Kabbalah, spirituality, Jewish history, education, dreams, and values; and he conducts scholar-in-residence; teacher, board, and congregational workshops; and retreats in communities throughout North America.