A Traditional Quest: Essays in Honour of Louis Jacobs
A&C Black, Mar 1, 1991 - Religion - 233 pages
Louis Jacobs has made a formidable contribution to Jewish scholarship over the last 40 years. In addition he has inspired a generation of students of Judaica as well as members of his own congregation at the New London Synagogue. The contributors to this volume in his honour include a wide range of distinguished scholars. Beginning with Jacob Neusner's essay on the transformation of the Dual Torah in the first four centuries CE, the volume ranges over a variety of topics in the field of Bible, Talmud, history and theology, mirroring the wide range of Louis Jacobs' own interests. In addition, a full bibliography of Louis Jacobs' publications is included.
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Elements of Composition in the Book of the Covenant
11 Law in Reform Judaism
12 Moses Mendelssohns Concept of Tolerance
13 The Quest for a Jewish Theology and a NonFundamentalist Halakhah
Bibliography of Louis Jacobss Writings
Notes on Contributors
8 Psychoanalytic Approaches to Biblical Narrative Genesis 14
9 Saul Levi Morteiras Eulogy for Menasseh ben Israel
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