Aspects of Rabbinic Theology
The classic statement of the ideas which form the religious consciousness of the Jewish people at large, by one of the great minds of Jewish scholarship of our century. His creative scholarship, compelling English style, and warm personality have given this book lasting influence on Jew and non-Jew alike. Includes the original preface of 1909 and the introduction by Louis Finkelstein.
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A great and beutiful work by the founder of the Conservative movement in Judaism. Rabbi Solomon Schechter was also involved with the Cairo Geniza fragments, which he himself examined. I think this book it's probably Schechter's best one. Read full review
Introduction by Neil Gillman Introduction by Louis Finkelstein
Chapter Page I Introductory
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