This book offers information to everyone who is thinking about the position of Jews in today's world and in history. Throughout most of the Common Era there were two groups of Jews in the world: those who were visible and counted within the community, and those who traveled under the radar and were not counted until the latter part of the 18th century when they suddenly reappeared and took their place as the new Jewish artists, musicians and authors. the book is about where they were, why they suddenly reappeared, and what lessons can be learned from their hidden identity and their reappearance. the author also examines contemporary Jews' own varying views of Jewishness and discusses what it means to be a Jew today.
Challenging the Stereotype
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