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#788002 - 10/15/12 08:38 PM Parsha Noach
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Parsha Noach is a great story for children, but it's also a great tale for the adult mind.

Parsha Noach
Lisa Pinkus

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#788883 - 10/21/12 08:58 PM Re: Parsha Noach [Re: Lisa - Moms]
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I know you don't have a lot of posters but you do have a lot of readers and lurkers, me included. smile

I find your articles fascinating even though I am not Jewish. Thank you for writing them.

By the way, is it required of all Jewish church members to study Hebrew?
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#789048 - 10/22/12 06:23 PM Re: Parsha Noach [Re: Lisa - Moms]
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Thanks, Lori.

I appreciate it.

It is not necessary for all Jews to know Hebrew. There are different denominations of Judaism so - perhaps - if one was going to an orthodox or traditional synagogue, much of the service would be in Hebrew. If one went to a reformed synagogue, a lot of that service would be in English. There are also prayerbooks that provide the Hebrew, the English, and the transliteration of the Hebrew.

Many people can read the Hebrew but don't necessarily understand what they are saying without reading the accompanying English.

Hope that answers your question.
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