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Judaism

Judaism 101
"An online encyclopedia of Judaism, covering Jewish beliefs, people, places, things, language, scripture, holidays, practices and customs." Topics are generally described as basic, intermediate, or advanced. An award-winning site that you'll want to explore in depth.

Judaism and Jewish Resources
You'll need to look for the links specifically devoted to Judaism, but it's worth the hunt. Along the way you'll find lots of information on all aspects of Jewish life and history. A major resource.

Bluethread
Self described as "a neutral place to study Torah, Mitzvot, and their meaning to Reform Jews."

Ritualwell: Ceremonies for Jewish Living
"Ritualwell provides resources for creating innovative, contemporary Jewish rituals. Our hope is that this site will connect Jews to a living Judaism and empower us all to mark important times in our lives with ritual."

Maven: The Portal Directory to the Jewish World
A useful directory for all things Jewish.

Welcome to Jewish Community Online
Jewish news, food, youth, Torah, spirituality, and more. Be sure to look at the Ask a Rabbi section for replies to a wide variety of questions ranging from conversion to the age at which Jewish children were weaned in ancient times.

Guide to the Jewish Year
A brief introduction to the structure and holidays of the Jewish year. The site links to the webmaster's basic introduction to the study of Torah.

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