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The Study of Judaism : bibliographical essays / contributors: Richard Bavier, Henry Friedlander, Lloyd Gartner, Jacob Neusner, Fritz A. Rothschild, Seymour Siegel, Frank Talmage, John T. Townsend.

; Mazal Holocaust Collection ; B'nai B'rith. Anti-defamation League
New York : Published by Ktav Pub. House for Anti-defamation League of B'nai B'rith, [1972] .
ISBN 087068180X, 9780870681806

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Other Authors Bavier, Richard.
B'nai B'rith. Anti-defamation League.
Mazal Holocaust Collection.
Subjects Études juives -- Bibliographie.
Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Bibliography.
Holocauste, 1939-1945 -- Bibliographie.
JUDAISMO -- BIBLIOGRAFIAS.
Judaism -- Study and teaching -- Bibliography.
Judaism -- Study and teaching.
Judaïsme -- Bibliographie.
PROSELITISTAS Y PROSELITISMO JUDIO -- BIBLIOGRAFIAS.
Shoah -- Bibliographie.
Series Study of Judaism ; v. 1.
Description 229 pages ; 24 cm.
Copyright Date [1972]
©1972
Summary Judaism is among the least known of the religious traditions of the West, and is also among the most difficult to seek out and study. The bibliographical essays before us do much to improve matters. They are not simply lists of books, but thoughtful essays on important problems in the study of Judaism. They address serious students in the field of religion who are not experts in the study of Judaism. They recount what comes first and what comes afterward, what may be important in one way, what in another. Their collective testimony is not that the study of Judaism is too complex for the nonspecialist, but that it is a very serious and engaging undertaking.
Contents Introduction / by Jacob Neusner -- Judaism in New Testament times / by Richard Bavier -- Rabbinic sources / by John T. Townsend -- Judaism on Christianity : Christianity on Judaism / by Frank Talmage -- Modern Jewish thought / by Fritz Rothschild and Seymour Siegel -- The contemporary Jewish community / by Lloyd Gartner -- The Holocaust : anti-Semitism and the Jewish catastrophe / by Henry Friedlander.
Genre Bibliography.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)363101
(OCoLC)ocm00363101
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