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JEW ISH BOOK ANNUAL
M
a z a
, B
e r n a r d
.
Insights into the Sedra of the week, vol. I, Bereshis, Shemos.
New York, Sayfer Publ., n.d., 128 p.
M
e n a h em
N
a h um
O
f
C
h e r n o b y l
.
Upright practices; The light of the eyes.
Trans, and introd. byArthur Green. New York, Paulist Press, 1982.
290 p.
The two tracts were among the earliest products in hasidic litera­
ture.
The Metsudah Siddur; Siddur Mezudath Abraham: a new linear Siddur with
English translation and anthology of the classic commentaries by Rabbi
Avrohom Davis.
New York, Metsudah, 1982. 667 p.
Sabbath/Festival prayers.
MlLGROM, JACOB.
Studies in cultic theology and terminology.
Leiden, Brill,
1983. 172 p.
Selection of studies intended as elucidation of the cult of ancient
Israel.
NEUSNER, JACOB.
Tzedakah: can Jewish philanthropy buy Jewish survival?
New York, Chappaqua, 1982. 106 p.
NEUSNER, JACOB,
ed.
TakeJudaism,for example; studies toward the comparison
of religions.
Chicago, University of Chicago Press, 1983. 244 p.
Attempt to exemplify a theory of how religions should be studied
and how they should be compared.
The Passover Haggadah with a traditional and contemporary commentary by
Rabbi Shlomo Riskin.
New York, Ktav, 1983. 169 p. Paperbound.
PETERS,
F.E.
Children of Abraham: Judaism, Christianity, Islam.
Princeton,
N.J., Princeton University Press, 1982. 225 p.
Underlines parallels in the three religions connecting them to a
common spiritual-intellectual environment.
R
a b in o w it z
, H
a r r y
.
Hasidism and the State of Israel.
Rutherford,
N J ,
Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 1982. 346 p.
Describes yearning of Hasidic masters for the Holy Land since the
founding of the movement; offers also information on contempo­
rary hasidic leaders in Israel.
R
o m b e r g
, H
e n r y
C.
Bris milah.
New York, Feldheim, 1982. 192 p.
Autobiographical, including description of procedure.
R
u b in s t e i n
, R
ic h a r d
L .
The age of triage: fear and hope in an overcrowded
world.
Boston, Beacon, 1983. 301 p.
Explores economic, social, and cultural forces at work in modern
civilization that make for unemployment and genocide.
S
e g a l
, A
b r a h a m
.
One people: a study in comparative Judaism.
Ed. by
Bernard M. Zlotowitz. New York, Union of American Hebrew
Congregations, 1982. 160 p. Paperbound.
Explores myths that the three branches of American Judaism fos­
ter about each other; also advises how to disarm prejudice with rea­
son.