Isaiah in Talmud and Midrash: A Source Book, Part 1
The Rabbis of classical Judaism, in the first six centuries of the Common Era, commented on the teachings of ancient Israel's prophets and shaped, as much as they were shaped by, prophecy. They commented on much of the Scriptural heritage and they made it their own. This collection of the Rabbinic comments on biblical books makes easily accessible the Rabbinic reading of the prophetic heritage and opens the way to the study of how normative Judaism responded to the challenge of the prophetic writings.
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lsA1AI IN THE MISHNAH TRACTATE ABOT AND THE TOSEFPA
IsA1A IN SIFRA THE TWO SFR12s AND MEKHILTA ATFRIBUTED T0 R ISIMAEL
IsAAH IN THE YERUSHALMI
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