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J
e w i s h
B
o o k
A
n n u a l
B
onsirven
, J
o s eph
.
Palestine Judaism in the time of Jesus Christ. New York,
Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1964. 271 p.
A Catholic's view of Judaism during the period of the Second Com­
monwealth.
B
o w ie
, W
a lt er
R
u ssell
.
The story of the Old Testament. Englewood Cliffs,
Prentice-Hall, 1964. 225 p.
A popular introduction to the teaching and the deeds of Joseph,
Gideon, Samuel, David, Jonathan, Elijah and Jeremiah.
B
ra h am
, R
andolph
L. The destruction of Hungarian Jewry: a documentary
account. New York, Pro Arte and World Federation of Hungarian Jews,
1963. 2 vols. 970 p.
A collection of documents unearthed from the notorious section of the
German Foreign Office which planned the extermination of many East
European Jewish communities.
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and
H
aver
, M
ordecai
M .
Jews in the Communist world: a bibliography:
1945-1962. New York, Pro Arte, 1963. 125 p.
B
r eakston e
, R
aym ond
,
ed. Job: a case study. New York, Bookman, 1964. 256 p.
An anthology of major literature related to the book of Job including
the whole book of Job,
J .B .
by MacLeish, Frost’s
Masque of Reason
and a
guide to
Jo b ’s Encounter
by Richard E. Singer.
B
r ich to
, H
er b er t
C
hanan
. T h e p r o b lem o f “ cu r s e ” in th e H e b r ew B ib le .
P h i l a d e lp h i a , S o c ie ty o f B ib l i c a l L i t e r a t u r e a n d E x e g e s is ,
1963. 232
p .
A comparative study of the meaning of Hebrew nouns and verbs in the
Bible commonly translated as curse and parallels in Akkadian.
B
rotz
, H
oward
.
The black Jews of Harlem: a quest for pride and community.
New York, Free Press of Glencoe, 1964. 144 p.
A study based on interviews and personal observations of the Negro
Jewish cult which claims to be descended from the Ethiopian Hebrews
who were the lost tribes.
B
ro w n l e e
, W
il l ia m
H
ugh
.
The meaning of the Qumran scrolls for the Bible.
New York, Oxford University, 1964. 309 p.
An endeavor to show the value of the Dead Sea scrolls for the textual
study of the Hebrew Bible and especially the book of Isaiah.
B
ru c e
, F
rederick
F .
Israel and the nations: from the exodus to the fall of
of the Second Temple. Grand Rapids, Erdmans, 1964. 254 p.
A narrative based on Biblical and archaeological sources of the history
of Israel and the surrounding peoples in Bible times.
B
u c k l e
, R
ichard
.
Jacob Epstein: sculptor. Cleveland, World, 1963. 448 p.
The life and work of the famous American born English sculptor with
many illustrations of his work.
B
u n im
, I
rving
M. Ethics from Sinai: vol. 1. New York, Feldheim, 1964. 360 p.
A popular commentary based on discourses on the first three chapters
of
Pirke Abot
by an orthodox Jewish lay leader.
C
a p la n
, S
a m u e l
,
and
R
ib a l o w
, H
arold
U. The great Jewish books and their
influence on history. New York, Benjamin, 1963. 272 p. Paperbound
reprint.
An anthology and commentary on the Bible,
S iddur, Kusari,
Talmud,
Zohar, Shulhan Aruk ,
Rashi, the Zohar, Graetz’s history and Herzl’s
Jewish State.
C
a rm e l
, A
b ra h am
. S
o
strange my path: a spiritual pilgrimage. New York
Bloch, 1964. 234 p.
The personal story of a former Catholic priest who became a devout
Jew.