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Movement, 1980-1985 .
New York, The Rabbinical Assembly, 1988.
321 p. Paperbound.
R
a d i n s k y
, J
o s e p h
R .
Torah concepts: the source o f Jewish values, book III.
Houston, TX, Business Printers, 1988. 368 p. Paperbound.
R
e e d e r
, J
o h n
P.
Source, sanction and salvation: religion and morality in
Judaic and Christian traditions.
Englewood Cliffs, NJ, Prentice Hall,
1988. 146 p.
Discusses various aspects o f Jewish and Christian ethics.
R
o s e n b e r g
, A
l a n
and
M
y e r s
, G
e r a l d
E., eds.
Echoesfrom the Holocaust:
philosophical reflections on a dark time.
Philadelphia, Temple Univer­
sity Press, 1988. 453 p.
Includes 23 essays on the philosophical significance o f the Hol­
ocaust.
R
o t h
, S
o l
.
Halakhah and politics: the Jewish idea of a state.
New York,
Ktav and Yeshiva University Press, 1988. 205 p.
Library o f Jewish Thought and Ethics volume XIV; companion
to author’s earlier work “The Jewish idea o f community.”
R
u b i n
, D
e v o r a
,
comp.
Daughters o f destiny: women who revolutionizedJew­
ish life and Torah education.
Brooklyn, NY, Mesorah, 1988. 224 p.
The Rylands Haggadah; a medieval Sephardi masterpiece in facsimile,
ed.
and tr. by Raphael Loewe. New York, Abrams, 1988. 190 p.
Reproduction o f the manuscript created by Spanish artists and
scribes in the 14th century.
S
a m u e l s o n
, N
o r b e r t
M.
An introduction to modern Jewish philosophy.
Al­
bany, State University o f New York Press, 1989. 320 p.
S
c h w a b
, S
h im o n
.
Selected writings; a collection of addresses, essays on
hashkafah, Jewish history and contemporary issues.
Lakewood, NJ, C.I.S.
Publishers, 1988. 328 p.
S
h e i n k o f f
, D
a v i d
I.
Issues in Jewish dietary laws.
Hoboken, NJ, Ktav,
1988. 210 p.
S
ie g a l
, D
a n n y
,
comp, and tr.
When heaven and earth touch; an anthology
o f Midrash and Halachah.
Northvale, NJ, Jason Anderson, 1989.
332 p.
Quotes statements, comments, reports o f encounters, etc., from
Talmud and Midrash with a view to inspire yearning to study
Torah, as well as to engage in wholesome deeds.
S
ig a l
, P
h i l l i p
.
Judaism: the evolution of a faith.
Grand Rapids, MI,
Erdmans, 1988. 326 p.
Work is revised version o f author’s original text edited by Lillian
Sigal.
S
im o n s
, H
o w a r d
.
Jewish times: voices of the American Jewish experience.
Boston, A Mark Jaffe Book/Houghton Mifflin, 1988. 418 p.
Collection o f interviews intended to convey flavor and unique­
ness o f American Jewish experience.