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Books of the People: Revisiting Classic Works of Jewish Thought presents ten foundational books written between the tenth and the twentieth centuries that have dramatically influenced the development of Jewish thought, examined by contemporary scholars of Jewish studies.
Each scholar revisits a particularly salient work and discusses its themes Author: Yeshiva University Straus Center. This book belongs on the shelf of every serious student of Jewish thought." ― Rabbi Neil Gillman, PhD, Aaron Rabinowitz and Simon H.
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The Book of Ezekiel has always been a problem book. As early as the second century C.E., in the time of the Mishnah, there were doubts and concern about it. These doubts were strong enough, in those early days, to raise the question of whether Ezekiel should be one of the biblical books.
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