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Defines descriptive definitions of Midrash.
B
r ow n
, R
o bert
M
c
A
fee
and
B
r ow n
, S
idn e y
T
h om a s
,
eds.
Cry fo r
justice: the churches and synagogues speak.
New York: Paulist Press,
1989. 223 p.
C
a r d o zo
, N
a t h a n
T.
L
o p e s
.
The infinite chain: Torah, masorah and man.
Southfield, MI: Targum Press, 1989. 191 p.
Exposition of Judaism from a traditionalist’s point of view.
D
e ssler
, E
l iy a h u
.
Strive fo r truth! (Michtav me-Eliyahu); part 3.
Tr. and
ed. by Aryeh Carmell. Jerusalem: Feldheim, 1989. 253 p. Paper-
bound.
Essays from author’s lectures on subjects of Torah and mitzvot,
the power of evil, repentance, materialism and free will.
D
e st r o
, A
d r ia n n a
.
The law of jealousy: anthropology of Sotah.
Atlanta,
GA: Scholars Press, 1989. 189 p.
D
o m b
,
I.
The transformation: the case of the Neturei Karta.
Brooklyn,
NY :
Hachoma 1989. 244 p.
Exposition of the anti-Zionist philosophy of an extremist group.
F
a ie r s t e in
, M
or r is
.
All is in the hands of heaven: the teachings o f Rabbi
Mordecai Joseph Leiner o f Izbica.
Hoboken,
NJ:
Ktav, 1989. 126 p.
Describes philosophy of the “Izbica School” of Hasidism found­
ed by Mordecai Joseph Leiner.
F
a rk a sh
, Y
eku s iel
.
Machshevet Hataharah: family purity charts; a guide
to understanding and practice.
Brooklyn: Moznaim, 1989. 323 p.
The Halakhot of calculating the menstrual cycles according to
the rulings of Shulhan Arukh Harav and other poskim.
F
olgler
, Y
echeskel
D . ,
tr.
Tractate Kiddushin according to Meiri.
Jerusalem/New York: Feldheim, 1989.
Not a literal translation, but attempt to rephrase Meiri in con­
temporary legal terminology and modern modes of argumenta­
tion.
G
o r d is
, R
o b e r t
.
The dynamics of Judaism; a study of Jewish Law.
Bloomington and Indianapolis: Indiana University Press, 1900.
244 p.
Broad and sensitive overview of Jewish Law and its application
to contemporary issues.
G
o t t l ie b
, F
reema
.
The lamp o f God; a Jewish book o f light.
Northvale,
NJ: Jason Aronson, 1989. 498 p.
Explores the metaphor of light in Judaism.
G
re en b erg
, S
id n e y
,
ed.
A treasury of thought onJewish prayer.
Northvale,
NJ: Jason Aronson, 1989. 238 p.
Collection of meditations, comments, and reflections on prayer
in the Jewish faith.
G
r o d n e r
, R
e u v e n
.
The spirit of mishnaic law; tractate Berachot, volumes
1 and 2, chapters one through nine.
Jerusalem: Gefen, 1989, 530 p.