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Finding Hope and Faith in the Face of Death: Insights of a Rabbi and Mourner

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This book is about giving people hope and faith, comfort and inspiration when a death occurs. It is based on my experiences throughout my forty-year career as a rabbi in helping my congregants deal with the emotions and thoughts that occur when a loved one dies. I have grown to understand, and have taught about, the importance of community when we are mourners, and of the ...more
Kindle Edition, 70 pages
Published April 17th 2018 by Cascade Books, an Imprint of Wipf and Stock Publishers
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Rabbi Stephen A. Karol is Rabbi Emeritus of Temple Isaiah in Stony Brook, New York, and the author of Finding Hope and Faith in the Face of Death: Insights of a Rabbi and Mourner, based on experiences throughout his more than forty-year career as a rabbi helping congregants deal with the emotions and thoughts that occur when a loved one dies.