The Messiah and The Jews
The coming of the Messiah – the promise of redemption – is Judaism’s greatest gift to the world. But it is a gift about which the world knows so little. It has been overshadowed by Christian belief and teaching, and as a result its significance has been all but lost. The Messiah and the Jews will change that.
Haman and the Jews
The villain of the biblical Book of Esther, Haman was viewed as Israel’s eternal enemy by Judaism’s ancient sages. A combination of rigorous scholarship – including translations of previously-untranslated Hebrew and Aramaic sources – and accessible writing, Haman and the Jews explores the fascinating figure of Haman – and the nature of evil.
Living Torah is a collection of magnificent essays and teachings from leading Reform rabbis on the weekly Torah portions. Selected and beautifully introduced by Rabbi Elaine Rose Glickman, this remarkable volume is an indispensable resource for anyone wishing to explore, learn, and be inspired by the wisdom and glory of the Torah.
The Torah: A Women’s Commentary
Rabbi Elaine Rose Glickman is proud to have contributed an essay – “Moses’s Fate” – and two poems – “Parashat Noah” and “Zilpah Speaks to Gad” – to this groundbreaking Torah commentary written entirely by female scholars and clergy. The Torah: A Women’s Commentary is a National Jewish Book Award winner.
Jewish Stories from Heaven and Earth
Inspired by the bestselling Chicken Soup for the Soul series, this beautiful and heartwarming collection of Jewish tales features Rabbi Elaine Rose Glickman’s essay “My Great-Grandfather’s Partner” – the true story of a man betrayed and ruined by a friend, the power of compassion and forgiveness, and the legacy of a singular family.