Rabbinic Judaism: Structure and System
Neusner (U. of South Florida) introduces and critiques four approaches to describing the structure, system, and Western context of formative rabbinic Judaism--casting his lot with the last: nominalist, harmonistic, theological, and historical. Indexed by biblical and Talmudic reference as well as subject. Originally published by Augsburg Fortress. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
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