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FABER / AMERICAN JEWISH NON-FICTION BOOKS
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Revised and updated edition o f work first published in 1915
and revised in 1929.
C
h a r l e s w o r t h
, J
am e s
H .
Jesus within Judaism; new light from exciting
archeological studies.
New York, Doubleday, 1988. 265 p.
First volume in the Anchor Bible Reference Library placing Je­
sus within the culture o f first century Judaism.
D
r a n e
, J
o h n
.
Introducing the Old Testament.
New York, Harper, 1988.
352 p.
Combines and revises texts o f two previous works by Drane:
“The Old Testament story” and “The Old Testament faith.”
The Erdmans analytical concordance to the Revised Standard Version o f the
Bible.
Richard Whitaker, ed. Grand Rapids, MI, Wm. B. Erdmans,
1988. 1548 p.
H
a r t l e y
, J
o h n
E.
The book ofJob.
Grand Rapids, MI, Erdmans, 1988.
591 p.
J
o s i p o v i c i
, G
a b r ie l
.
The book of God: a response to the Bible.
New Haven,
CT, Yale University Press, 1988. 350 p.
Examines whether the Bible is one book or a collection o f writ­
ings; also whether it represents a coherent piece o f literature.
K
l e i n
, R
a l p h
W.
Ezekiel; the prophet and his message.
Columbia, SC, Uni­
versity o f South Carolina Press, 1988. 206 p.
Examines the book’s imagery, its technical vocabulary and re­
lationship o f its various parts to each other.
M
a y s
, J
am e s
L., ed.
Harper’s Bible commentary.
New York, Harper, 1988.
1344 p.
Includes commentaries on each o f the 84 books o f the Hebrew
Bible, New Testament and Apocrypha.
N
a s u t i
, H
a r r y
P.
Tradition, history and the Psalms of Asaph.
Atlanta,
GA, Scholars Press, 1988. 204 p.
R
o f e
, A
l e x a n d e r
.
The prophetical stories: the narratives about the prophets
in the Hebrew Bible, their literary types and history.
Jerusalem, The
Magnes Press, The Hebrew University, 1988. 218 p.
Study o f literary genres o f the prophetical narratives, their
growth and evolution.
Z
e l ig s
, D
o r o t h y
F.
Psychoanalysis and the Bible; a study in depth of seven
leaders.
New York, Human Science Press, 1988. 348 p.
Examines seven biblical figures: Abraham, Jacob, Joseph, Sam­
uel, Saul, David and Solomon.
HISTORY AND BIOGRAPHY
A
l e x a n d e r
, E
d w a r d
.
The Jewish idea and its enemies; personalities, issues,
events.
New Brunswick, NJ, Transaction Books. Rutgers University,
1988. 264 p.