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H
y a t t
,
J .
P
h i l i p
.
The heritage of Biblical faith. St. Louis, Bethany, 1954. 361 p.
An introduction to the history, literature and theology of the Bible.
I
n fe ld
, H
en r ik
F. Essays in Jewish sociology, labour and cooperation: in
memory of Noah Barou. New York, Yoseloff, 1963. 167 p.
I
saac
, J
u le s
.
The teaching of contempt: Christian roots of anti-Semitism.
Trans, from French by Helen Weaver. New York, Holt, Rinehart and
Winston, 1964. 154 p.
The historical background of the conflict between the synagogue and
the church since the destruction of the Jewish commonwealth.
J
acob
, H
e in r ich
E. Felix Mendelssohn and his times. Englewood Cliffs,
Prentice-Hall, 1963. 356 p.
New insight into the composer’s life and the attempt to belittle his
genius because of his Jewish antecedents.
J
acob
, W
a lt e r
, S
chw artz
, F
rederick
C.,
and
K
avaler
, V
igdor
W.,
eds .
Essays
in h o n o r o f S o lom on F re e h o f . P i t t s b u r g h , R o d e f S h a lom C o n g r e g a t io n ,
1964. 333 p.
In addition to tributes to Dr. Freehof, there are scholarly articles by
Wm. G. Braude, Maurice N. Eisendrath, Nelson Glueck, Solomon Grayzel,
among others.
J
udah
H
a l ev i
.
The Kuzari: an argument for the faith of Israel. New York,
Schocken, 1964. 321 p. Paperbound reprint.
The complete English translation by Hartwig Hirschfeld of the philo­
sophical work with a new introduction by Henry Slonimsky.
J
ung
, L
e o
,
ed. Men of the spirit. New
Y o rk ,
Kymson, 1964. 739
p .
A collection of biographical essays about famous orthodox Jews con­
tributed by authors from many countries.
K
adush in
, M
a x
.
Worship and ethics: a study in Rabbinic Judaism. Evanston,
111., Northwestern University, 1964. 329 p.
The ethical sources of prayer and worship found in the Agada and
Halakhah of the Rabbis by the professor of theology at the Jewish
Theological Seminary of America.
K
agan
, H
en r y
E
noch
.
Six who changed the world. New York, Yoseloff, 1963.
278 p.
Biographical studies of the genius of Moses, Jesus, Paul, Karl Marx,
Sigmund Freud and Albert Einstein and the unconscious motivations
which spurred them.
K
ah an e
, C
ha rles
.
Torah Yesharah. New York, 1963. 2 vols.
A new English translation of the Pentateuch printed with the Hebrew
text and a commentary.
K
ahn
, R
o bert
I. Lessons for life. Garden City, Doubleday, 1963. 240
p .
Popular homilies by the rabbi of Temple Emanu-El, Houston, Texas.
K
am in sk y
, M
a x
. M y
life in
jazz.
New York, Harper and Row, 1963. 242 p.
Autobiography of a leading figure in American jazz music.
K
a pelrud
, A
rvin
S. The Ras Shamra discoveries and the Old Testament.
Norman, University of Oklahoma, 1963. 91 p.
The value of the Ugaritic texts for modern Biblical scholarship.
K
a pla n
, M
ordecai
M .
The purpose and meaning of Jewish existence: a
people in the image of God. Philadelphia, Jewish Publication Society,
1964. 326 p.
A critique of Hermann Cohen’s philosophy of Judaism by the founder
of the Jewish Reconstructionist movement.