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JEWISH BOOK ANNUAL
E
l k i n s
, D
o v
P
e r e t z
,
ed.
Moments o f transcendence: a devotional commen­
tary on the High Holiday Mahzor. Vol. I: Rosh Hashanah. Vol. II: Yom
Kippur.
Beachwood, OH: Growth Associates, Human Relations
Publishers. 1990. Unp.
Comments from various sources on the liturgy o f Rosh Hasha­
nah and Yom Kippur, meant to aid rabbis, teachers, and group
leaders.
E
l l e n s o n
, D
a v i d
.
Rabbi Esriel Hildesheimer and the creation o f a modern
Jewish Orthodoxy.
Tuscaloosa, AL: University o f Alabama Press. 199.
xv, 211 p.
F
e l d m a n
, E
m a n u e l
and
J
o e l
B.
W
o l o w e l s k y
,
eds.
The conversion crisis:
essays from the pages o f Tradition.
Hoboken,
N J :
Ktav Publishing
House. 1990. viii, 105 p.
Contributors include J. David Bleich, Shlomo Riskin, and Marc
D. Angel.
F
in k e l
, A
v r a h a m
Y
a a k o v
.
The Responsa anthology.
Northvale, NJ: Jason
Aronson Inc. 1991.
A collection o f approximately 250 rabbinic responsa drawn from
the responsa literature o f three periods: the Geonim (589-1038),
the Rishonim, (1038-1492), and the Early and Later Acharonim
(1492-1648, and 1649 to the present).
F
i s h e r
, E
u g e n e
J., ed.
The Jewish roots o f Christian liturgy.
Mahwah,
NJ: Paulist Press. 1990. 202 p.
Fox,
M
a r v i n
.
Interpreting Maimonides: studies in methodology, metaphysics,
and moral philosophy.
Chicago: University o f Chicago Press. 1990.
xiii, 356 p.
F
r a a d e
, S
t e v e n
D .
From tradition to commentary: Torah and its interpre­
tation in the Midrash Sifre to Deuteronomy.
Albany, NY: State Uni­
versity o f New York Press. 1991. xviii, 343 p.
F
r a n k ie l
, T
a m a r
.
The voice o f Sarah: feminine spirituality and traditional
Judaism.
New York: Harper & Row. 1990. xv, 140 p.
Frankiel says that Jewish tradition affirms a distinctly feminine
approach to religious experience and observance, and that the fig­
ures o f women in tradition can be powerful models for contem­
porary women’s self-understanding.
F
r i e d m a n
, M
a n i s
.
Doesn't anyone blush anymore? Reclaiming intimacy, mod­
esty, and sexuality.
New York: HarperCollins. 1990. xxi, 113 p.
Friedman draws on Jewish traditions and Jewish sources to say
that personal and sexual modesty is a powerful tool to help form
lasting and meaningful relationships.
G
l a s e r
, J
o s e p h
B., ed.
Tanu Rabbanan: our Rabbis taught.
New York:
CCAR Press. 1990. 155 p.
Four essays in commemoration o f the centennial o f the Central
Conference o f American Rabbis.