A broad historical perspective informs this book, as well as an inclusive consideration of Rashi’s many and variegated writings related directly or indirectly to the Jewish-Christian polemic, which gained momentum in his lifetime.
This study purports to examine the status, roles and meanings of the nigun in the writings of Rabbi Nahman
This book seeks to explore the Baal Shem Tov's revolution
The book raises a new research picture of Hasidic fiction
An intellectual portrait of Ibn Ezra
Conversations with Lea Koenig about theater and life
This book, the fourth in the series written by Prof. Dov Schwartz dealing with Rabbi Soloveitchik's thought, is mainly devoted to his work from the late 1960s
The periodical B.D.D. acts as a vehicle for the dissemination of new ideas, and the expression of different approaches to the interaction between Torah and general scholarship.
This collection assembles selected articles that appeared in various academic publications in the United States, Canada, England, Greece and Israel
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