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Sfomo; commentary on the Torah by Ovadiah ben Jacob Sfomo.
Ed. and
tr. by Raphael Pelcovitz (2 vols.). Brooklyn, NY: Mesorah, 1989.
Vol. one: Bereshis-Shmos, 440 p.; Vol. two: Vayikra-Devarim,
462 p.
S
per b er
, D
a n ie l
.
A commentary o f Derech Erez Zuta.
Ramat Gan, Israel:
Bar-Ilan University Press, 1990. 190 p.
S
t e in b e r g
, A
v r a h am
,
ed.
The European colloquium on medical ethics; Jew­
ish perspectives.
Jerusalem: Magnes Press, 1989. 223 p. Paperbound.
S
t e in sa l t z
, A
d in
.
The sustaining utterance; discourses on Chasidic thought.
Ed. and trans. from the Hebrew by Yehuda Hanegbi. Northvale,
NJ: Jason Aronson, 1989. 129 p.
Commentary on the second part of the
Tanya,
the classic hasidic
work by Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi.
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The Talmud, the Steinsaltz edition; a reference guide.
New
York: Random House, 1989. 323 p.
The Talmud; Talmud Bavli, the Steinsaltz edition. Commentary by Rabbi Adin
Steinsaltz.
New York: Random House, 1989. 252 p.
Vol. I, tractate Bava Metzia, part I. Text with Rashi in Hebrew,
surrounded on right and left by Steinsaltz’s translation and com­
mentary in English, as well as marginal notes regarding sages and
unique linguistic features. Frequently, a column titled “Halakhah”
is added at the bottom o f a page.
W
e ch sl er
, H
arlan
J .
What’s so bad about guilt?; learning to live with
it since we can’t live without it.
New York: Simon and Schuster, 1990.
Guide to understanding nature of guilt.
W
e in b a c h
, M
e n d e l
,
comp.
127 insights into Megillas Esther.
Southfield,
M I:
Targum Press, 1989. 193 p.
W
il s o n
, M
arv in
R.
Our father Abraham: Jewish roots o f the Christian faith.
Grand Rapids,
M I:
Eerdman’s, 1989. 374 p.
Work offers discussion on Jewish origins of the Church.
W
ir s zu b sk i
, C
h a im
.
Pico della Mirandola’s encounter with Jewish mysticism.
New York: Harvard University Press, 1989. 292 p.
Claims that Pico was the first Christian scholar to attain an ac­
curate understanding of Jewish mystical doctrine.
W
y l en
, S
t e ph e n
M.
Settings of silver; an introduction to Judaism.
New
York, Paulist Press, 1989. 397 p.
Z
i p p e r s t e in
, E
dw a r d
.
Judaic insights fo r parents and children; articles, lec­
tures, sermons.
Los Angeles: Author, 1989. 229 p. Paperbound.
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Judaic insights fo r parents and children; essays in Jewish
thought.
Los Angeles: Author, 1989. 321 p. Paperbound.
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