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Explores responses o f Jews and Christians to the continuing crisis
of the modern world.
E d e l h e i t , J o s e p h
A.,
e d .
The life of covenant: the challenge of contemporary
Judaism; essays in honor of Herman E. Schaalman.
Chicago, Spertus
College o f Judaica Press, 1986. 263 p.
E i s e n , A r n o l d
M.
Galut: modemJewish reflection on homelessness and home­
coming.
Bloomington, Indiana Univ. Press, 1986. 233 p.
Analysis of the meaning of exile and homecoming for Jews of the
Diaspora, Israelis, and 20th century man.
E l b e r g - S c h w a r t z , H o w a r d .
The human will inJudaism: theMishnah’sphi­
losophy of intention.
Atlanta, GA, Scholars Press, 1986. 250 p.
Work focuses on fundamental theological conceptions regarding
the divine-human relationship.
E l l i s , M a r c
H.
Toward a Jewish theology of liberation.
Maryknoll, NY,
Orbis, 1987. 147 p. Paperbound.
F e l d m a n , E m a n u e l .
The biblical echo: reflections on Bible,Jews, andJudaism.
Hoboken, NJ, Ktav, 1986. 289 p.
Collection o f sermons.
F r e e m a n , G o r d o n
M.
The heavenly kingdom: aspects ofpolitical thought in the
Talmud and Midrash.
Lanham, MD, Univ. Press o f America, 1986.
187 p.
G e w i r t z , L e o n a r d
B.
Jewish spirituality, hope and redemption.
Hoboken,
NJ, Ktav, 1986. 155 p.
Author’s insights are rooted in philosophy of Abraham Kook.
G o l d f e l d , L e a N a o m i .
MosesMaimonides’treatise on resurrection; an inquiry
into its authenticity.
N e w
York, Ktav, 1986. 167 p.
G o r d i s , R o b e r t .
Judaic ethicsfor a lawless world.
New York, Jewish Theo­
logical Seminary o f America, 1987. 194 p.
Author advocates return to the principles o f “natural law” revital­
ized by the world view o f Judaism.
G r e e n , A r t h u r , e d
.Jewish spiritualityfrom the Bible through the middle ages.
New York, Crossword, 1986. 450 p.
Vol. 13 o f “World Spirituality”— an encyclopedic history o f reli­
gious quest.
G r e e n b e r g , S i d n e y , e d .
LightfromJewish lamps: a modem treasury ofJewish
thought.
Northvale, NJ, Jason Aronson, 1986. 465 p.
Anthology of modern thoughts on Jewish deed, doctrine and des­
tiny.
Haggadah: an archeological Passover Haggadah.
English version by Cecil
Roth. Ed. by Beno Rothenberg. New York, Adama Books, 1986. 75
P-
H a l e v i , Z ’e v B e n S h im o n .
Kabbalah and psychology.
York Beach, ME,
Samuel WTeiser, 1987. 262 p. Paperbound.
H a r a p , L o u i s .
Creative awakening: theJewish presence in the twentieth-century