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The th irteen pe ta lled rose.
Tr. by Yehuda Hanegbi. New York,
Basic Books, 1980. 181 p.
Theological synthesis.
T
w e r s k y
, I
s a d o r e
.
In troduc tion to the Code of Maimon ides (Mishneh
Torah).
New Haven, Yale University Press, 1980. 641 p.
Comprehensive study correlating Maimonides’ evaluation of his
work with objective assessments of the Code’s constructs, categories
and conclusions.
W
a g n e r
, S
t a n l e y
M.
A piece of my mind.
New York, Ktav, 1979.
346 p.
Collection of sermons, columns, addresses, and study guides.
W
i l d m a n
, J
o s h u a
.
Ve’imru Am en—and let us say Amen.
Tr. by Charles
Wengrov. New York, Feldheim, 1979. 267 p. Paperbound.
Hebrew and English texts elucidate meaning of “Amen” in
worship.
W
il s o n
, R
o b e r t
R .
Prophecy and society in ancient Israel.
Phila­
delphia, Fortress Press, 1980. 322 p.
Role of prophets re-examined in the light of contemporary
anthropological and sociological research.
Z
e r in
, E
d w a r d
.
What Catholics should know about Jews.
Dubuque,
Iowa, W illiam M. Brown, 1980. 66 p. Paperbound.
Resource book for study groups.
SOCIAL STUDIES
A
d l e r
, R
u t h
.
Women of the sh te tl—through the eyes of Y. L. Peretz.
Cranbury, N.J., Associated Law Presses, 1980. 144 p.
Sociopsychological and sociohistorical study.
A
x e l r o d
, C
h a r l e s
D
a v id
.
Studies in in tellectual breakthrough: Freud,
Simmel, Buber.
Amherst, University of Massachusetts Press, 1979.
93 p.
Studies in tensions between the individual and his social milieu
and the resulting perspective.
B
a i l e y
, L
l o y d
R.
B ib lica l perspectives on death.
Philadelphia, For­
tress Press. 159 p. Paperbound.
B
a k a n
, D
a v id
.
And they took themselves wives: the emergence of
patriarchy in Western civilization .
New York, Harper and Row,
1979. 186 p.
Study leading to conclusion that Bible is basis for patriarchal
family in Western civilization.
B
e t t l e h e im
, B
r u n o
.
Surviving and other essays.
New York, Alfred
A. Knopf, 1979. 432 p.
24 essays ranging over the spectrum of the author’s concerns
as educator, child psychologist and student of the Holocaust.