Disability in Jewish law / Tzvi C. Marx.
Jewish perspectives on theology and the human experience of disability / Judith Z. Abrams, William C. Gaventa, editors.
Abrams, Judith Z.
New York : Haworth Pastoral Press
Im ani kan, hakol kan, if I am here, all is here : a contemplation on "defects" & "wholeness" / Bradley Shavit Artson -- Jewish theological approaches to the human experience of disability : a primer for rabbis and rabbinical students / Wallace Greene -- The participation of Jews who are blind in the Torah service / Daniel S. Nevins -- Reform responsa concerning persons with disabilities / introduction by Judith Abrams -- Misconceptions about disabilities in the Hebrew Bible / Judith Z. Abrams -- Jewish perspectives on theology and the human experience of disability : what the rabbis heard : deafness in the Mishnah / Bonnie L. Gracer -- Judaism, theology and the human rights of people with disabilities / Melinda Jones -- "Ledor vador," from generation to generation : one community's response to Jewish genetic diseases / Becca Hornstein -- Executive summery, Minneapolis Jewish community, inclusion program for people with disabilities research report / Claire Buchwald -- What does being Jewish mean to you? : the spiritual needs of Jewish people with learning disabilities and their families / Eve Kuhr Hersov -- Marriage and parenthood among persons with intellectual disability in Jewish law / Isack Kandel, Katherine Bergwerk, Joav Merrick -- The participation of disabled women in the rules of Niddah / Deena R. Zimmerman -- Legal aspects of parenthood among persons with intellectual disability in Israel / Isack Kandel, Katherine Bergwerk, Joav Merrick -- The sages, people with disabilities, and adaptive technology / Robert Brown --Jacob who loves the Sabbath / Bradley Shavit Artson.
"Co-published simultaneously as Journal of religion, disability & health, v. 10, no. 3-4, 2006".
Includes bibliographical references and index.
xvii, 266 pages : ill
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