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e w i s h
o o k
n n u a l
e n n a n t
, F
reder ick
R .
The sources of the doctrines of the fall and original
sin. New York, Schocken, 1968. 363 p.
Reprint of the 1903 edition with the 1946 introduction by M. F.
e p l i t z
, S
a u l
Best Jewish sermons of 5727-5728. New York, Jonathan David,
1968. 232 p.
u r
in a i
, N
a p h t a l i
H. The book of Job: a new commentary. Jerusalem,
Kiryath Sepher, 1967. 593 p.
Includes the Hebrew text with English translation based on the
authorized and revised version with changes based on new findings.
l i c h
, R
o b e r t
. A
history of religious education. New York, New York
University, 1968. 336 p.
A documentary study beginning with the Old Testament with sub­
sequent periods on Jewish teaching in the diaspora, Christian indoc­
trination in the medieval period, the Reformation, and the modern
progressive movement.
l l e n d o r f
, E
dw a r d
. E t h i o p i a a n d th e
Bible. New York, Oxford
U n iv e r s i t y ,
1968, 173
p .
The volume covers Bible translations, the impact of the Old Testa­
ment on ritual and observances, the traditions about the Queen of
Sheba, and a special excursus on the Falashas. The Schweich lectures
for 1967.
or s p a n
, A
l b e r t
Jewish values and social crisis. New York, Union
o f
ican Hebrew Congregations, 1969. 320 p.
The director of the social action commission of the U.A.H.C. com­
piled this casebook for social action.
a r l
e r m a n n
Rabbi and minister; the friendship of Stephen Wise
and John Haynes Holmes. New York, Association Press, 1968. 383 p.
---------- , ed. Stephen S. Wise: servant of the people. Philadelphia, Jewish
Publication Society, 1969. 332 p.
Selected letters highlighting Rabbi Wise’s career in Jewish communal
affairs, Zionism, the founding of a Free Synagogue and the Jewish Insti­
tute of Religion as well as the Zionist Organization and the American
Jewish Congress.
ar bu rg
, J
am e s
P. Crosscurrents in the Middle East. New York, Atheneum,
1968. 256 p.
A political analysis of the situation.
e in b a c h
, M
ende l
ed. Who wants to live: 101
of the Chofetz
Chaim. New York, Philipp Feldheim; Jerusalem, Nachat, 1969. 240 p.
A collection of the parables of Rabbi Israel Meir Hacohen.
e isbord
, R
o b e r t
G. African Zion. Philadelphia, Jewish Publication Society,
1968. 347 p.
An account of the offer made by the British government to establish
a Jewish colony in Uganda, East Africa, which was rejected by the
Zionist Organization.
e isg a l
, M
e y e r
ed. The letters and papers of Chaim Weizmann: vol. 1.
New York, Oxford University, 1968. 447 p.
The volume contains letters from 1885 to 1902, edited by Leonard
Stein in collaboration with Gedalia Yogev.