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Adduces additional evidence from the Talmud and Dead Sea Scrolls bearing
upon the conclusions in study # 1.
3.
The Bible as a cultural monument.
New York, Harper, 1962.
Analyzes principal strands of biblical thought and their overall synthesis.
Originally printed in
The Jews, their history, culture, and religion,
ed. by
Louis Finkelstein, pp. 457-496.
4.
The Book of Proverbs.
New York, Heritage Press, 1963.
5.
Koheleth, the man and his world: a study of Ecclesiastes.
3rd augm. ed. New
York, Schocken, 1968.
6.
Poets, prophets and sages; essays in biblical interpretation.
Bloomington,
Indiana University Press, 1971.
Collection of essays published earlier in various journals.
7.
Megillat Esther.
New York, Rabbinical Assembly, 1974.
Includes analytical introduction and new translation.
8.
The Song o f Songs and Lamentations: rev. and augm. ed.
New York, Ktav,
1974.
9.
The Word and the Book: studies in biblical language and literature.
Bloomington, Indiana University Press. 1976.
Collection of essays published earlier in various journals.
10.
The Book of Job : commentary, new translation, and special studies.
New
York, Jewish Theological Seminary, 1978.
11.
Edom, Israel and Amos.
Philadelphia, Dropsie, 1979.
12.
Studies in the Book o f Amos.
New York, American Academy for Jewish
Research, 1980.
PHILOSOPHIC WRITINGS:
1.
The Jew faces a new zuorld.
New York, Behrman, 1941.
2.
Conservative Judaism: an American philosophy.
New York, Behrman,
1945.
3.
Judaismfo r the modern age.
New York, Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 1955.
4.
A faith fo r moderns.
New York, Bloch, 1960.
5.
Politics and ethics.
Santa Barbara, 1961.
Studies in Jewish-Christian relationships.
6.
Judaism in a Christian world.
New York, McGraw-Hill, 1966.
7.
The root and the branch: Judaism and thefree society.
Chicago, University
of Chicago Press, 1962.
This work as well as #5 resulted from the author’s experiences as
Consultant to the Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions.
8.
Leave a Little to God: essays in Judaism.
New York, Bloch, 1967.
Collection of sermons published on the author’s 35th anniversary of
association with Temple Beth-El.
9.
Jewish existence in an open society.
Los Angeles, Ward Ritchie Press,
1970.