The Bible Story for Jewish Young Folks

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Kessinger Publishing, Mar 1, 2005 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 344 pages
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1926. This volume is a purposive reworking of the Bible for the Jewish child; for the Bible has a special significance for the Jewish child. Not only because it was written by the Jews, but that the Bible has always been for the Jew more than an ancient literature of a half forgotten age. It is more than the mere beginning of Jewish literature. It has been the center of all Jewish self-expression.

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