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S ch o e p s , H a n s J o a c h im .
Paul: the theology of the apostle in the light of
Jewish religious history. Philadelphia, Westminster, 1961. 303 p.
The religious teaching of Paul in relation to rabbinic teaching of
the period.
S c h u r e r , E m i l .
A history of the Jewish people in the time of Jesus. New
York, Schocken, 1961. 428 p. Paperbound reprint.
An abridgement of the larger work edited by Nahum N. Glatzer.
S c h w a r t z , D a v id .
Hanukkah latkes and Rothschild’s millions. New York,
Twayne, 1961. 206 p.
American Jewish folklore and humor.
S c h w a r z , L e o W .
Great ages and ideas
o f
the Jewish people. New York,
Modem Library, 1962• 583 p.
A symposium by American Jewish scholars presenting the essence of
Jewish religion and philosophy since the Bible age.
S h a r e f , Z eev .
Three days. Trans, by Julian L. Meltzer. Garden City, Double-
day, 1962. 298 p.
Abounding in historically accurate fact and vivid anecdotes. The
stirring account of the last days of the British Mandate and the birth
of Israel in 1948.
S h e f f e r m a n , N a t h a n .
The man in the middle. Garden City, Doubleday,
1961. 292 p.
The activities of a management-labor consultant on the Washington
scene.
S h ep h e rd , C o u l s o n .
Jewish holy days: their prophetic and Christian signifi-
cance. New York, Loizeaux, 1961. 95 p.
A Catholic view of Jewish customs and festivals.
S h im o f f , E p h ra im . R a b b i I saa c E lch a n a n Sp ek to r . N ew Y ork , Y e sh iva U n i -
v e r s ity ,
1961. 154, 160
p .
The life and letters of the famous rabbi of Kovno in Lithuania, based
on original letters and writings.
S h in e d l in g , A b r a h am
I. West Virginia Jewry 1850-1959. Philadelphia, 1961.
3 vols.
A history of the Jewish communities, detailing the origins of religious
and social life in the state.
S i lb e rm a n , L e n a K u c h l e r .
One hundred children. Adapted from the Hebrew
by David C. Gross. New York, Doubleday, 1961. 288 p.
A personal narrative-autobiography with some names changed which
deals with the author’s heroic efforts to keep alive a portion of the
pitiful remnant of Jewish children who somehow escaped concentration
camps and extermination.
S i l v e r , Abba H i l l e l .
Moses and the original Torah. New York, Macmillan,
1961. 188 p.
A modern interpretation of the bases of Jewish tradition by the
rabbi of The Temple, Cleveland.
S im o on s , F r e d e r ic k
J. Eat not this flesh: food avoidances in the Old World.
Madison, University of Wisconsin Press, 1961. 241 p.
Includes a description of Jewish dietary laws.
S in g e r , H o w a r d .
With mind and heart. New York, United Synagogue Com-
mission on Jewish Education, 1961. 312 p.
An approach to Judaism for young people.
S k in n e r , J o h n .
Prophecy and religion. New York, Cambridge, 1961. 360 p.
Paperbound reprint.
Interpretation of the prophecies of Jeremiah and Ezekiel.