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Recommended websites:
Official homepage for worldwide Chabad-
Lubavitch movement that promotes Judaism and provides daily Torah lectures and Jewish insights.
Video lectures, lessons and presentations by world-class Torah scholars and experts in their fields.
Mayanot is a revolutionary journey of self discovery, located in the heart of Jerusalem. Providing a highly academic Judaic Studies program taught by dynamic staff in a welcoming atmosphere, Mayanot's unique curriculum encompasses both the intellectual & inner spiritual dimensions of Torah study.
This website is a great resource for classic Jewish texts and hundreds of others available to be viewed online. There is also a great collection of English books available.
The largest, kosher, kabbalah-in-English website on the web. 

Chayenu is a weekly Torah magazine, for the English speaking community.
Provides a rich and stimulating learning experience for individuals who find learning in English more natural but at the same time would like to retain the authentic learning style.

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Recommended Books

Beginners to Judaism

  • To Be A Jew: A Guide to Jewish Observance in Contemporary Life by Hayim Donin
  • This Is My God by Herman Wouk
  • The Mitzvot: The Commandments and Their Rationale by Abraham Chill
  • Toward A Meaningful Life by Simon Jacobson

Jewish Mysticism

  • Bringing Heaven Down To Earth by Tzvi Freeman


  • Sabbath: Day of Eternity by Aryeh Kaplan

Classic Texts

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