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A l t , A l b r e c h t .
Essays on Old Testament history and religion. Trans, from
German by R.A. Wilson. Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, 1967. 274 p.
Learned essays on the origin of monotheism, Biblical law, and the
emergence of the separate states of Israel and Judah.
American Jewish year book: vol. 67, 1966. Ed. by Morris Fine and
Milton Himmelfarb. Philadelphia, Jewish Publication Society, New York,
American Jewish Committee, 1966. 618 p.
A survey of Jewish life in America and throughout the world with
a special article on Jewish studies in American universities and colleges
by Arnold Band.
A n d e r s o n ,
G. W. The history and religion of Israel. New York, Oxford Uni-
versity Press, 1966. 210 p.
A text for study of the Biblical period.
A n g o f f , C h a r l e s .
The tone of the twenties. New York,
A . S .
Barnes, 1967.
247 p.
A review of the American literary scene in the 1920s, and critical
appraisals of the work of some Jewish authors by an author, editor and
teacher of literature.
A v i - Y o n a h , M i c h a e l .
The Holy Land, from the Persian to the Arab con-
quests. Grand Rapids, Baker Book House, 1966. 231 p.
A historical geography of Palestine from 536 B.C.E. to 640 C.E.
B a e c i c , L e o .
The Pharisees and other essays. New York, Schocken, 1966. 166
p. Paperbound reprint.
The new edition contains an introduction by Krister Stendahl of Har-
vard University.
B a k e r , W e s l e y
C. More than a man can take: a study of Job. Philadelphia,
Westminster, 1966. 154 p.
A commentary on Job.
B e a , A u g u s t i n C a r d i n a l .
The church and the Jewish people. Trans, from
Italian by P. Loretz. New York, Harper & Row, 1966. 172 p.
The cardinal’s account of the events which led the late Pope John
XX III to make a statement to the Vatican Council to change the
church’s teaching concerning the Jews and its attitude to anti-Semitism.
B e l k i n , S im o n .
Through narrow gates. Montreal, Canadian Jewish Congress
and Jewish Colonization Association, 1966. 235 p.
An account of immigration into the Western hemisphere.
B e l l , M a r v i n .
Poems for Nathan and Saul.
M t .
Vernon, Iowa, Cornell
College, 1966. 15 p.
B e r g e r , G r a e n u m .
The Jewish community center: a fourth force in
American Jewish life. New York, Jewish Education Committee, 1966.
343 p.
The Jewish content in the programs of the community center outlined
by a leading authority in the movement.
B i r m i n g h a m , S t e p h e n .
“Our Crowd”t The great Jewish families of New
York. New York, Harper & Row, 1967. 404 p.
A portrait of the Loeb, Lehman, Lewisohn, Straus, Seligman, Goldman
and Guggenheim families.
B i r n b a u m , P h i l i p .
Ivrit Shotefet. Fluent Hebrew. New York, Hebrew
P u b -
lishing, 1966. 491 p.
A manual for the study of current Israeli Hebrew.