Item 7554. UNDERSTANDING RABBINIC JUDAISM, FROM TALMUDIC TO MODERN TIMES

UNDERSTANDING RABBINIC JUDAISM, FROM TALMUDIC TO MODERN TIMES

Eugene, Or. ; Wipf And Stock Publishers, 2003. Item #32848

Softbound. 8vo. VII, 422 pages. 21 cm. Second edition. Reprint. Originally published New York, KTAV, 1974. A collection of essays, compiled by Jacob Neusner, including the following: Rabbinic Judaism, Mordecai M. Kaplan - The religious ideas of Talmudic Judaism, Julius Guttman - The legal foundations of Rabbinic Judaism, Mordecai M. Kaplan - The centrality of Halakhah, Eliezer Berkovits - The literature of the law, Mendell Lewittes - The life of the synagogue, Israel Abrahams – Rashi, Alexander Marx - The gaon, Rabbi Elijah Wilna, Louis Ginzberg - Medieval Jewish theology, Mordeccai M. Kaplan - Saadia Gaon, Alexander Marx - Judah Halevi, Henry Slonimski – Maimonides, Isadore Twersky – Nachmanides, Solomon Schechter - General characteristics of Jewish mysticism, Gershom G. Scholem - The mystical element of Judaism, Abraham J. Heschel - The book of the pious, Solomon Alcanan Singer - Shneyur Zalman of Liady, Charles B. Chavel - Moses Sofer, S. Ehrmann - Israel Salanter, Louis Ginzberg - Bibliography on Judaism from Talmudic to modern times, David Goodblatt. Subjects: Judaism - History. Rabbis. Rabbinical literature - History and criticism. Clean and fresh. Very good condition. (NEUSNER-3-3).

Price: $100.00

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