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H e r f o r d ,
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T r a v e r s .
Christianity in Talmud and Midrash. Clifton, N.J.,
Reference Publishers, 1966. 449 p.
A reprint of the work which analyzes the references in Rabbinic sources
to Jesus and Christianity.
Herzl year book: essays in Zionist history and thought: vol. 6. Ed by Raphael
Patai. New York, Herzl, 1965. 371 p.
Papers on the early history of the movement and its development in
Europe and in America.
H e r z o g , M a r v in
I. The Yiddish language in northern Poland: its geography
and development. Bloomington, Indiana University, 1965. 323 p.
H e s c h e l , A b r a h am J o s h u a .
Who is man? Stanford, Calif., Stanford University,
1965. 119 p.
Lectures on immortality and ethics.
------- . Man’s quest for God. New York, Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1966. 151 p.
The relation of symbolism to prayer and religious belief by the pro­
fessor of mysticism at the Jewish Theological Seminary.
------- . The insecurity of freedom. New York, Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 1966.
306 p.
Philosophical essays on race relations* and the responsibility of the
individual to renew religion in a free society.
H i r s c h , R i c h a r d
G. There shall be no poor. New York, Union of American
Hebrew Congregations, 1965. 134 p.
The program for social justice in America by the director of the Social
Action Center in Washington, D.C.
H o c h h u t h , R o l f .
The deputy: a drama. Adapted by Jerome Rothenberg.
New York, French, 1965. 119 p.
An acting edition of the play about Pope Pius XII.
H o w i e , C a r l
G. The Old Testament story. New York, Harper & Row, 1965.
183 p.
H y a t t , J . P h i l ip ,
ed. The Bible in modern scholarship. Nashville, Abingdon,
1966. 400 p.
Scholarly papers on Biblical and post-Biblical topics which were read
at the 100th meeting of the Society of Biblical Literature.
J a c o b s , P a u l . Is
curly Jewish? A political self-portrait illuminating three
turbulent decades of social revolt 1935-1965. New York, Atheneum, 1965.
399 p.
Autobiography of a former radical writer and agitator.
J a k o b o v i t s , Im m a n u e l .
Journal of a rabbi. New York, Living Books, 1965.
584 p.
Studies and sermons on education, medicine, law, Zionism, democracy,
labor and other subjects from the Jewish viewpoint by the rabbi of the
Fifth Avenue Synagogue in New York.
J am e s , F l em in g .
Personalities of the Old Testament. New York, Charles
Scribner’s Sons, 1965. 632 p. Paperbound reprint.
Jewish book annual: vol. 23. Ed. by A. Alan Steinbach. New York, Jewish Book
Council of America, 1965. 239 p.
Bibliographies of Jewish books in English, Hebrew and Yiddish and
essays on literary events and personalities.