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May 21, 2004 - Image 90

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-05-21

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ent, go no further than
vvww.karaite-korner.org/
shavuot.shtml
Karaite Jews, small pockets of
whom live in Israel and the United
States, do not accept the Talmud,
but literally observe the words of the
Torah. Check out their take on
Shavuot at this site.
• Want to send Shavuot e-cards to
friends and family? Then head for
www.torahtots.com/holidays/
Shavuos/Shavuot.htm This is a fun,
colorful site with games for children,
basic information about the holiday
and the best Shavuot cards available
on the Web.
• Maybe what your Shavuot cake

is missing is a pinch of Leviticus
2:13. Or did you forget the 4 tea-
spoons of II Chronicles 9:9?
The Jewish Theological Seminary
of America's Shavuot Bible cake is an
absolutely and completely delicious
idea — the ingredients are hidden in
Bible verses. You can find the recipe
at
learn.jtsa.edu/topics/kids/shavuot
_together/biblecake.shtml
Also check out: learn.jtsa.edu/
where you can read JTS Chancellor
Rabbi Ismar Schorsch's current and
past commentaries on Shavuot and
find holiday coloring -pages to print
for children:0

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