Jps B Nai Mitzvah Torah Commentary

Author: Jeffrey K. Salkin
Publisher: U of Nebraska Press
ISBN: 0827613296
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The narrative summaries, big ideas, model divrei Torah, haftarot commentaries, and discussion questions will engage teens in studying the Torah and haftarot, writing divrei Torah, and continuing to learn Torah throughout their lives making ...

The Jps Rashi Discussion Torah Commentary

Author: Sarah Levy
Publisher: U of Nebraska Press
ISBN: 0827613474
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Sarah Levy, Steven Levy. In the JPS Study Bible Series The JPS Rashi
Discussion Torah Commentary Steven Levy and Sarah Levy The JPS B'nai
Mitzvah Torah Commentary Rabbi Jeffrey K. Salkin To order or obtain more
information on these or other Jewish Publication Society titles, visit

A Bibliography Of Jewish Education In The United States

Author: Norman Drachler
Publisher: Wayne State University Press
ISBN: 9780814323533
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Wolff, Ferida. Pink Slippers, Bat Mitzvah Blues. Phila.: JPS, 1989. 137pp. THE
BIBLE The Bible General Curzon, David, Editor and Introduction. Modern Poems
on the Bible. Phila.: JPS, 1993. 416pp. Friedman, Richard. Who Wrote the Bible?
N.Y.: Harper & Row, 1989. Leibowitz, Nehama. Studies in the Book of Genesis . .
. Deuteronomy. Jerusalem: World Zionist Organization, 1981. 6 vols. The JPS
Torah Commentary. "The Traditional Hebrew Text with the New JPS Translation.

Rediscovering Judaism

Author: Kerry M. Olitzky
Publisher: KTAV Publishing House, Inc.
ISBN: 9780881255669
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Bar and Bat Mitzvah for Adults Kerry M. Olitzky, Ronald H. Isaacs. Bibles with
Commentary Bernard Bamberger, William W. Hallo, and W. Gunther Plaut, eds.
The Torah: A Modern Commentary. New York: Union of American Hebrew
Congregations, 1981. (Reform) Joseph H. Hertz. Pentateuch and Haftorahs. New
York: Soncino Press, 1988. (Traditional) The JPS Torah Commentary. 5 vols.
Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society. Prayerbooks Jules Harlow, ed. Siddur
Sim Shalom.

Jewish Traditions

Author: Ronald L. Eisenberg
Publisher: Jewish Publication Society
ISBN: 0827610394
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A JPS Guide Ronald L. Eisenberg. Baruch Shem k'vod . . ., 414 bashert, 46 bat
mitzvah, 23, 26, 599 beards, 590–592 bears, 709–710 bedeken, 38 bedikah, 660
bedikat hametz, 268 bees, 710–711 Behemoth, 725 bein ha-meitzarim, 304 beit
midrash, 316 bereaved person. see onen beri'ah, 253 best man, 39 betrothal, 32
–34 Bible canonization, 487–488 commentary, 495–497 largest number in, 630–
631 names for, 485 number of books, 486–487 printed, 489 bigamy permissible ...

The Schocken Guide To Jewish Books

Author: Barry W. Holtz
Publisher: Schocken
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Since becoming bar or bat mitzvah is rendered significant by being called to the
Torah, basic biblical studies, while they may not be immediately appreciated, are
most appropriate gifts. Standard works, of all denominations, are dealt with
extensively in other ... and gleanings from Talmud, Midrash, classical and
modern sources. Both it and the new JPS Torah Commentary series, overseen by
Nahum Sarna with each volume prepared by a different biblical scholar (Jewish
Publication ...

Jewish Book World

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The JPS Bible Commentary Serlos Adele Berlin JPS continues its critically
acclaimed Bible commentary series witlvthe release of Adele Berlin's
commentary on Esther. Following the same format and design as the ... and What
to Expect When You're Expecting." — The lerusaiem Post 380 pages, ISBN 0-
8276-0698-2, paper, $19.95 TREES, EARTH, AND TORAH A Tu B'Shvot
Anthology Edited by Ari Elon, Naomi Mara Hyman, and Arthur Waskow "The
definitive work on Tu B'Shvat.

Jewish Spectator

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To have achieved either of these two goals: explaining what the Bible originally
meant in its own time and setting, or explaining what the Bible has come to mean
and still means to Jews today would have been an enormous task. To do both,
and to do them within the confines of one book, is an almost impossible task. But
the editors achieved it, and for this they deserve much gratitude. On the pshat
commentary they had invaluable assistance. The Jewish Publication Society (
JPS) ...