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FABER /AM ER ICAN JEW ISH NON-FICTION BOOKS
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A centennial publication o f the Jewish Theological Seminary o f
America examining biblical and rabbinic law as a coherent, con­
tinuing legal tradition.
E
c k h a r d
, A . R
o y
.
For righteousness sake: contemporary moral philosophies.
Bloomingdale, IN, Indiana University Press, 1987. 365 p.
Examines relationships between human values and events in our
times.
F
i s h b a n e
, M
i c h a e l
A
.Judaism: revelation and traditions.
San Francisco,
Harper & Row, 1987. 149 p.
F
r i e d m a n
, M
a u r i c e
.
Abraham Joshua Heschel and Elie Wiesel: you are
my witnesses.
New York, Farrar Straus & Giroux, 1987. 299 p.
Tribute to two men whom the author calls witnesses for the
God o f the biblical covenant in our times.
F
u r m a n
, F
r i d a
K
e r n e r
.
Beyond Yiddishkeit: the struggle fo r Jewish identity
in a Reform synagogue.
Albany, State University o f New York Press,
1987. 157 p.
G
o l d b e r g
, H
i l l e l
.
The fire within: the living heritage of the Musar move­
ment.
1st ed. Brooklyn, NY, Mesorah, 1987. 194 p.
G
r e e n
, A
r t h u r
,
ed.
Jewish spirituality: from the sixteenth-century revival
to the present.
New York, Crossroad, 1988. 447 p.
G
r e e n b e r g
, S
i m o n
,
the ordination o f women as rabbis; studies and responsa.
New York, The Jewish Theological Seminary, 1988. 223 p.
A centennial publication o f the Jewish Theological Seminary o f
America.
Haggadah with commentary compiled and adapted from the writings of Samson
Raphael Hirsch.
New York, Feldheim, 1988. 291 p.
H
a u p t m a n
, J
u d i t h
.
Developments o f the talmudic sugya: relationship between
Tannaitic and Amoraic sources.
Lanham, MD, University Press of
America, 1988. 243 p.
H
o f f m a n
, L
a w r e n c e
A .
Beyond the text: a holistic approach to liturgy.
Bloomingdale, IN, Indiana University Press, 1987. 213 p.
Study o f Jewish liturgy drawing on the sociology and history
o f religion.
I
d e l
, M
o s h e
.
The mystical experience in Abraham Abulafia.
Tr. from the
Hebrew by Jonathan Chipman. Albany, State University o f New
York Press, 1988. 246 p.
J
a c o b s o n
, D
a v i d
C.
Modern Midrash: the retelling of traditional Jewish
narratives by twentieth-century Hebrew writers.
Albany, State University
o f New York Press, 1987. 220 p.
K
a d u s h i n
, M
a x
.
A conceptual commentary o f Midrash Leviticus Rabbah:
value concepts in Jewish thought.
Atlanta, GA, Scholars Press, 1987.
252 p.
K
l n g
, S
i m c h a
.
Embracing Judaism.
New York, The Rabbinical Assem­
bly, 1987. 189 p. Paperbound.