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AMERICAN JEW ISH NON -FICTION BOOKS
1963-1964
B
y
I . E
dward
K
iev
A
d ler
, M
arcus
N
a th an
.
The itinerary of Benjamin of Tudela. New York,
Feldheim, 1964. 94; 89 p.
A reprint of the 1907 edition with a critical Hebrew text, introduction
and an English translation.
A
gus
, J
acob
B
ernard
.
The meaning of Jewish history. New York, Abelard-
Schuman, 1963. 2 vols. 509 p.
A cultural and sociological interpretation of the religious development
of the Jewish people and Judaism by the rabbi of Temple Beth El,
Baltimore, Md.
A
lbr igh t
, W
il l ia m
F. History, archaeology and Christian humanism: vol. 1.
New York, McGraw-Hill, 1964. 388 p.
Fifteen collected essays on the philosophy of religion and religious
thought by the eminent Biblical archaeologist.
A
l c a la y
, R
e u b e n
.
The complete English-Hebrew dictionary. Hartford, Prayer
Book Press, 1963. 2,135 p.
The Hebrew equivalents of more than 120,000 entries compiled by the
chief of the translation department of the office of the Prime Minister
in Israel.
A
llegro
, J
ohn
M
arco
.
Search in the desert. Garden City, Doubleday, 1964.
193 p.
An account of an archaeological expedition in the Judaean Desert in
the vicinity of Qumran during 1962-1963.
A
l tm a n n
, A
lexan d er
,
ed. Biblical and other studies. Cambridge, Harvard
University, 1963. 266 p.
Lectures delivered at the Lown Institute of Brandeis University by
Jewish scholars.
------- . Studies in nineteenth century Jewish intellectual history. Cambridge,
Harvard University, 1964. 250 p.
Essays on Jewish emancipation and spiritual development by seven
scholars.
A
na t i
, E
m m a n u e l
.
Palestine before the Hebrews. New York, Knopf, 1963.
453 p.
A history from archaeological and literary sources beginning with the
earliest arrival of man to the conquest of Canaan by the Israelites.
A
nderson
, B
ernard
W. The Old Testament and the Christian faith. New
York, Harper and Row, 1963. 271 p.
Selected articles by Christian theologians to show the interdependence
of the New Testament upon the Old Testament.
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