Hearing Shofar – Volume 3 Page 2
© 2009, Michael T. Chusid
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Title PageAbout the Author NoticesAcknowledgementsFrontMaterial.htmForward – by Rabbi Dr. Zalman M. Schachter-Shalomi
BOOK ONE – THE CALL OF THE HIGH HOLY DAYS
BOOK TWO – FOR THE SHOFAR BLOWER
BOOK THREE – THE PEOPLE OF THE RAM
Shofar is a legacy of our ancestor’s vocation.
The Still Small Voice:
Shofar as a call to silence.
Sometimes a Shofar is Just a Shofar:
The Shaman’s Shofar:
Tikkun olam and the healing of our souls and world.
Beyond the Days of Awe:
Shofar for other holidays and rituals.
The Ram’s Horn of Passover:
A proposal for a shofar on a seder table.
The Silent Shofar:
Including the deaf in shofar.
Iconography and Iconolatry:
Thevisual symbolism of horns in Judaism
More Teachings from the Ram:
Grazing among the writings of the Sages.
A trope and the chain of tradition.
After Jericho, Shevarim:
Shofar insight from
The Book of Joshua.3-12
Would a Shofar by Any Other Name Smell So Sweet?:
Insights from etymology.
Spirituality and “Spirality”:
Shofar’s spiral shape as a map for spiritual growth.
Blow it as it Grows:
Can a side-blown horn be a shofar?
Shofar, So Good:
Teachings too good to ignore.
Scriptural References to Shofar Bibliography
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Cover Image: Akedah, from mosaic at Bet Alpha Synagogue, 6
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