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About the Author: Sandy Eisenberg Sasso

Rabbi Sandy Eisenberg Sasso is the director of the Religion, Spirituality, and the Arts Initiative at IUPUI Arts and Humanities Institute From 1977 2013 she served, along with her husband Rabbi Dennis C Sasso, as spiritual leader of Congregation Beth El Zedeck In June 2013 she became Rabbi Emerita After receiving her B.A and M.A from Temple University, in 1974 she was the first woman

10 thoughts on “In God's Name

  1. says:

    This is an adult picture book Although, with some discussion it could be used with children The illustrations are brilliant with big figures that will appeal to children By exploring how different people see God, the text encourages everyone to accept how others relate to God Definitely has potential for discussion.

  2. says:

    This is one of my favorite children s books, with a very serious adult message about the name s of G d In a gentle way, in a non judgmental style, Sandy Sasso, the first woman rabbi in the Reconstructionist movement shows how there are many names for G d, often times based out of our own experience So for instance, The farmer whose skin was dark like the rich brown earth from which all things grew, called G d, The Source of Life The illustrations are bright, charming This book is appropriate for children and I have used it successfully in Hebrew Schools, with kids sitting around a mirror as a lake, in children s services, with adults and with the annual interfaith thanksgiving service It teaches the message that although there are many names for G d, there is ultimately only one G d Highly recommend.

  3. says:

    One of the deacons read this to the children and adults during an evening service at retreat.I liked the series of names that different people gave God based on their own lived experience though looking at the illustrations later, the attempts at multi racial ness were at times a bit awkward the farmer whose skin was dark like the rich brown earth was illustrated as just light brown and the girl whose skin was as golden as the sun genuinely shows up throughout the book with her shiny yellow skin, making her look a bit non human , but then the characters each start insisting that theirs is the perfect name for God which, yes, feels historically true and no one listened Least of all, God, and I was really uncomfortable with the idea that God doesn t listen Especially since a bunch of these names are literally names that show up in the Bible, and the author is a rabbi And at the end, everyone gets together and says all the names and, At that moment, the people knew that all the names for God were good, and no name was better than another which I agree with, but which I feel was undercut by previous narrative in this book Sidenote The people all gather at a lake mirror, which reminded me of The Conference of the Birds from Sufism Also, view spoiler One felt like a not very inspiring name for God I was expecting the Name to be Love or something.I suppose if I d read the epigraph I would have been prepared for that The voice of God is in the uniqueness of every person.The Holy One said Do not be confused because you hear many voices.Know that I am One and the same Pesikta de Rav Kahana hide spoiler

  4. says:

    Beautiful art and wonderful story Long and short everyone has a name of God that means something to them, Healer, Father, Giver of Light, but they couldn t agree and thought their name was the best It s an interesting look at a very spiritual topic that I think works well for children.

  5. says:

    Perhaps the best young child s book I ve ever read Non denominational, non judgemental, and inspiring A group of people search of the name of Godand find it I won t spoil it, find it read it, you ll want a copy, too

  6. says:

    Wonderful This book is a lovely way to talk about God being one even if people see God differently We can be united in the one God even among the differences Fantastic book

  7. says:

    This is not my very favorite Sasso book, but I like it a lot AND it is the only one I ve found in Spanish so far People give different names to God, and then fight about which is true.

  8. says:

    I love everything that Rabbi Sasso has written This is no exception A beautiful ecumenical message about the diversity and unity of God.

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    WOOW 7

  10. says:

    This one of my favorite childhood books This book is about how we each experience God differently It is illustrated beautifully.

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