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Title: Tempest In the Temple – Jewish Communities & Child Sex Scandals
Brandeis University Press; Edited by Amy Neustein
Conclusion: Tempest in the Temple is a pioneering book, offering a broad range of highly readable, thorough, balanced, professional studies and first hand accounts concerning the chosen subject matter of Jewish Communities and Child Sex Scandals. It is my recommendation that Tempest in the Temple should be read particularly by those involved in Jewish community life, including those in Jewish social services, education, congregational management and rabbinical training.
(Tempest in the Temple can be ordered on-line directly from Brandeis University Press)
About the Author: David Morris is a child protection activist, founder of the SafeKids program, and founder and volunteer chairman of Lema'an Achai, the community social services charity, in Ramat Bet Shemesh, Israel. He writes at tzedek-tzedek.blogspot.com.
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