This monograph explores one of the most fascinating themes in Jewish and Hebrew fiction, Tamar, Wife of Er. The book covers more than 150 Jewish versions of the theme.
This volume examines international relations in an era of extensive political activity in the ancient Near East.
The most important work of Maimonides' son, Abraham, expressing his original views on philosophy and Halakhah. Complete text with translation published for the first time.
The book describes the encounter between religious Zionism and the global phenomenon of prolonged singlehood as it is reflected in the narratives of religious single men and women.
In this issue, twelve articles were collected, each of which illuminates a unique angle of Hebrew and Jewish children's literature in the twentieth and early twenty-first centuries.
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.
"Religious Zionism" is a collection of studies by the Zerah Warhaftig Institute for the Study of Religious Zionism.
The essay includes a first biography of the Lebanese writer, born in 1948, and a first reading in Hebrew of the entirety of his work.
The edition includes the original text in Judeao-Arabic of Yefet's translation and commentary on the Book of Zephaniah, and a Hebrew translation accompanied by rich notes and comparisons to sages' sources, medieval sources and even modern sources.
A book in honor of Elyakim Rubinstein
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.
An exploration of the intellectual and social world of Rabbeinu Tam.
"Religious Zionism" is a journal published by the Dr. Zerach Verhaftig Institute for the Study of Religious Zionism, which deals with the history of religious Zionism, thought and creation among this movement and the processes it undergoes.
The late Zevulun Hammer (1936-1998) was one of the prominent leaders of the National Religious Party (NRP) in Israel, and this book traces his political path. His story is not just the story of the man, it is the story of a generation.
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