Gates of Shabbat: A Guide for Observing Shabbat.

Gates of Shabbat: A Guide for Observing Shabbat

A book that is helpful for both experienced and beginning Sabbath observers

Andy McRae, associate pastor, Sligo church, Takoma Park, Maryland.

This book is "written in the spirit of Reform Judaism," and is useful for Sabbath beginners as well as the experienced. "It includes the basic ceremonies necessary for introducing Sabbath into the home plus background material on the origins and purposes of the various rituals." Written for contemporary Jews, it has wonderful implications for Christians as well.


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Andy McRae, associate pastor, Sligo church, Takoma Park, Maryland.

May 1997

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