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Invitation to the Talmud; a teaching book.
New York, Harper &
Row, 1984. 359 p.
Revised edition o f introduction to the study o f Talmud.
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Messiah in context; Israel’s history and destiny informative Judaism.
Philadelphia, Fortress, 1984. 259 p.
Investigates development o f messianic hopes in Mishnah,
Talmud and Midrash.
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Our sages, God, and Israel; an anthology of the Talmud o f the
Land of Israel.
Chappaqua, NY, Rossel Books, 1984. 181 p.
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The peripatetic saying: the problem o f the thrice-told tale in talmudic
literature.
Chico, CA, Scholars Press, 1985. 199 p. Paperbound.
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The Talmud of Babylonia; an American translation vol. XXXII,
tractate Arakhin.
Chico, CA, Scholars Press, 1984. 258 p.
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The Talmud of Babylonia; an American translation XVII, tract­
ate Sotah.
Chico, CA, Scholars Press, 1984. 290 p.
Second volume to appear in a projected complete translation o f
the Babylonian Talmud.
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The Talmud of Babylonia; an American translation XXIII A: tract­
ate Sanhedrin chapters 1-3.
Chico, CA, Scholars Press, 1984. 208 .p.
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The Talmud of Babylonia; an American translation XX IIIB : tract­
ate Sanhedrin chapters 4-8.
Chico, CA, Scholars Press, 1984. 259 p.
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The Talmud of Babylonia; an American translation XX IIIC : tract­
ate Sanhedrin chapters 9-11.
Chico, CA, Scholars Press, 1985. 237 p.
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The Talmud of the Land of Israel, vol. 35 , introduction: taxonomy.
Chicago, University o f Chicago Press, 1984. 156 p.
Introduction and guide to author’s translation o f Talmud
Yerushalmi.
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Torah: from scroll to symbol in formative Judaism.
Philadelphia,
Fortress, 1985. 208 p.
N o v a k , D a v id .
The image of the non-Jew in Judaism: an historical and con­
structive study of the Noahide Laws.
Lewiston,
NY ,
Edwin Mellen Press,
1983. 481 p.
Examines the theory o f the Noahide Laws and the way they have
been viewed by renowned halakhists and/or philosophers, e.g.
Maimonides, Albo, Mendelssohn.
P e l i , P i n c h a s
H., ed.
On repentance: in the thought and oral discourses of
Rabbi Joseph P. Soloveitchik.
New York, Paulist Press, 1984. 320 p.
Paperbound.
P e t e r s ,
F.E.
Children of Abraham: Judaism, Christianity, Islam.
Princeton,
Princeton University Press, 1984. 225 p. First paperback edition.
Traces parallels and differences among the three religions.
P l a u t , M o r d e c a i .
At the center of the universe: essays on Western intellectual
space.
Brooklyn, NY, Author, 1984. 167 p.