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Nine talmudic
Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press. 1990. xxxix,
197 p.
o w e n t h a l
, N
a f t a l i
Communicating the infinite: the emergence o f the
Habad school.
Chicago: University o f Chicago Press. 1990. xi, 336
u b a r s k y
, S
a n d r a
Tolerance and transformation: Jewish approaches to
religious pluralism.
New York: HUC Press. 1990. 149 p.
Presents a method for interreligious dialogue entailing neither
a loss o f particularity nor a descent into relativism.
e u s n e r
, J
a c o b
The foundations of the theology o f Judaism, Vol. I: God.
Northvale, NJ: Jason Aronson Inc. 1991. xlvi, 175 p.
From literature to theology informative Judaism: Three preliminary
Atlanta: Scholars Press. 1990. xix, 227 p.
Investigates the extent to which the authorship o f the Mishnah
expresses fundamental theological affirmations.
A Midrash reader.
Philadelphia: Fortress Press. 1990. vii, 176
The Midrash: an introduction.
Northvale, NJ: Jason Araonson
Inc. 1990. xii, 234 p.
Uniting the dual Torah: Sifra and the problem of the Mishnah.
New York: Cambridge University Press. 1990. xii, 233 p.
r a t z
, E
p h r a im
trans. and ed.; illus. by Siegmund Forst. . . .
nothing but the truth: insights, stories, and anecdotes o f Rabbi Menachem
Mendel o f Kotzk.
New York: Judaica Press. 1990. xxi, 138 p.
A collection o f stories, anecdotes, and aphorisms from Rabbi
Menachem Mendel o f Kotzk (1787-1859), a hasidic rabbi known
as “the Kotsker.”
u i n t
, E
m a n u e l
A restatement of rabbinic civil law: Vol. I
Laws of
Judges and Laws o f Evidence.
Northvale, NT: Jason Aronson Inc.
1990. xxi, 318 p.
A new translation with commentaries o f a portion o f
a section o f the
Shulhan Arukh.
o s n e r
, F
r e d
The existence and unity of God: three treatises attributed to
Moses Maimonides.
Northvale, NJ: Jason Aronson Inc. 1990. xiii,
247 p.
a c k s
, J
o n a t h a n
Arguments fo r the sake of heaven: emerging trends in
traditional Judaism.
Northvale, NJ: Jason Aronson Inc. 1991. xxi,
274 p.
Explores the issues that are influencing contemporary Judaism,
and the controversies that are affecting its destiny.
c h n e e r s o n
, M
e n a c h e m
e n d e l
Sefer tochen kotzor mesichos 5750 : Vol.
Brooklyn, NY: Vaad Hanochos Hatmimim. 1990. 394 p.
Contains Hebrew translations o f all the talks, lectures, and ser­