A Different Light: The Big Book of Hanukkah
Noam Zion, Barbara Spectre
Devora Publishing, 2000 - Religion - 334 pages
Hanukkah thoughts and perspectives by such contemporary Jewish thinkers as David Hartman, Irving Greenberg, Chaim Potok, Daniel Gordis, and the Lubavitcher Rebbe. These pluralistic perspectives help explain how different communities and denominations find their particular identity symbolised in the light of the Menorah.
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