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FABER /AM ER ICAN JEW ISH NON-FICTION BOOKS
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The Mishnah before 70.
Atlanta, GA, Scholars Press, 1987.
290 p.
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School, court, public administration: Judaism and its institu­
tions in Talmudic Babylonia.
Atlanta, GA, Scholars Press, 1987. 306
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Scriptures and the Oral Torah.
New York, Harper & Row,
1987. 396 p.
Major portion o f this work includes Neusner’s translations o f
selections from Mishnah and other parts o f talmudic literature.
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Sifre to Deuteronomy; an analytical translation.
Atlanta, GA,
Scholars Press, 1987. 347 p.
Two-volume set, differing in arrangement from previous trans­
lations.
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The way o f Torah; an introduction to Judaism.
Fourth edi­
tion. Belmont, CA, Wadsworth, 1988. 194 p. Paperbound.
The philosophy o f Franz Rosenzweig.
Ed. by Paul Mendes-Flohr. Hanover,
NH, University Press o f New England, 1988. 260 p.
R
e i n e s
, A
l v i n
J.
Polydoxy: explorations in philosophy of liberal religion.
Buf­
falo, NY, Prometheus, 1987. 219 p.
“Polydoxy” is described as an ideology that affirms the right
o f the individual to religious self-authority and autonomy.
Religious resurgence: contemporary cases in Islam, Christianity, and Judaism.
Ed. by Richard T. Antoun and Mary Elaine Hegland. 1st ed. Syr­
acuse, NY, Syracuse University Press, 1987. 269 p.
R
o t e n b e r g
, M
o r d e c h a i
.
Re-biographing and deviance: psychotherapeutic
narrativism and Midrash.
New York, Praeger, 1987. 221 p.
Explains concept that midrashic narrative philosophy entails a
psychotherapeutic system for reinterpretation o f past failings into
positive, future-oriented biographies.
S
a f r a i
, S
h m u e l
,
ed.
The literature o f the sages, part one: oral Torah,
Halakha, Mishna, Tosefta, Talmud, external tractates.
Philadelphia,
Fortress, 1987. 464 p.
S
a f r a n
, A
l e x a n d e r
.
Israel in time and space: essays on basic themes in
Jewish spiritual thought.
Tr. from the French by M. Pater and E.M.
Sandle. New York, Feldheim, 1987. 470 p.
The sanctity o f the synagogue: the case fo r mechitzah
separation between
men and women in the synagogue
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based on Jewish Law, history, and
philosophy, from sources old and new.
Ed. by Baruch Litvin. 3rd rev.
and exp. ed. Hoboken, NJ, Ktav, 1987. 573 p.
S
c h o l e m
, G
e r s h o m
.
Origins of the Kabbalah.
Ed. by Zvi Werblowsky.
Tr. from the German by Allan Arkush. Phila., Jewish Publication
Society, 1987. 487 p.
S
p i e g e l
, M
a r c i a
C
o h n
and
D
e b o r a h
L
i p t o n
K
r e m s d o r f
,
eds.
Women
speak to God: the prayers and poems of Jewish women,
San Diego, CA,