2 edition of Perspectives on Judaism found in the catalog.
Perspectives on Judaism
May 1997 by Bloch Pub Co .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||378|
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Shubert Spero (PhD Case Western Reserve University) is an ordained Orthodox rabbi who recently retired as Irving Stone Professor of Jewish Studies at Bar Ilan University, having occupied that chair since moving to Israel in from the United States.
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