Urim Publications at the Jerusalem International Book Fair!

February 8, 2015

We are honored and humbled to celebrate 17 years of quality publishing.

Please visit the Urim Publications booth (#9) at the Jerusalem International Book Fair in the new indoor facility at the First Train Station near the center of Jerusalem.

Monday, February 9 — Thursday, February 12, 2015, 10am-10pm. Free admission.

 Buy 1 book and get 1 FREE* FrontCoverHiRes

*of equal or lower price, while supplies last. Does not include multiple copies of the same title. Applicable for all Urim, Penlight, Penina and Devora imprints.

A selection of quality books from the following publishers will be on sale at the Urim booth: Urim, KTAV, Penlight, Lambda, Devora, Penina, Yasha, Flashlight.

Don’t forget to check out our Summer 2015 catalog.

We hope to see you there!

Advertisements

Lecture this Wednesday in Jerusalem

January 8, 2015

The public is invited to attend theRedeeming Relevance in the book of numbers

Jerusalem Lecture Series on Jewish Philosophy 5775/2014-5

RABBI FRANCIS NATAF

 Will be speaking on

Why Jews should Continue to Ignore the Bible Critics – The Path from Chazal to Stanley Fish

Wednesday January 14, 2015 at 8pm

Yad Harav Nissim Auditorium

44 Jabotinsky Street, Jerusalem (entrance from Molcho St.)

 

Free admission | Refreshments served | Lecture in English

For more information contact Avital Macales: 054-768-5849 amacales@cardozoacademy.org

DCA Academy can be contacted at 02-642-7272 * Visit us at www.cardozoacademy.org


Book Launch and Lecture

December 30, 2014

Book Launch and Lecture

with guest speaker Rabbi Joseph Polak

author of After the Holocaust the Bells still Ring 

3 January, Motzei Shabbat

at 19:30

at Pomeranz Bookseller

Be’eri 5, Jerusalem  

Admission is free, but seating is limited

Please RSVP

Pomeranz Bookseller – sbtp60@netvision.net.ilAftertheHolocustWeb1


On The Israeli-Arab Conflict: A Biblical Perspective

July 17, 2014

by Nathan Lopez Cardozo [1] For the Love of Israel and the Jewish People

Impartial observers of the Middle East will realize that these are extraordinary times. Tens of thousands of Jews from many different countries are returning to their national and historic homeland after thousands of years. Arab states are beginning to reconsider their attitude towards Israel now that they realize that after more than fifty years, the Jewish state is here to stay.

Many gentiles throughout the world are showing a new and keen interest in the Bible, proclaiming fulfillment of the old biblical prophecies. The continuous conflict between the Israelis and the Arabs, especially the Palestinian Arabs, is a constant focus of world attention, allotted more broadcast hours and newspaper column space than any other conflict. It is the most discussed issue at the United Nations and the perceived root of international tension. It is believed to have the potential to cause a large-scale conflict in the Middle East and even a global confrontation.

However, the truth is more prosaic. The conflict between the Israelis and the Palestinians is something of a local affair. Looking on the world map, many larger hotbeds can be identified, with even greater issues at stake. For the religious mind all this presents a great challenge. What is the spiritual secret behind the conflict?

From a religious perspective, it seems that another, more profound point is being made. History is not made up of social, political, or economic factors alone, but also of spiritual forces that have far-reaching moral implications. As always, religious people will turn to the Torah and Jewish tradition, the blueprint of all history and reality, to seek deeper insight. It is the author’s hope that this essay might serve such a purpose. Read the rest of this entry »