Books Received

Books Received

Is the Good Book Bad A Traditional Jewish Response To The Moral Indictments Of The Bible by Michoel Stern (Mosaica) Orchos Taharah: A Comprehensive And Practical Compendium Of Hilchos Niddah And Yichud by Rabbi Netanel Tessler (Mosaica) Upon A Ten-Stringed Harp: How Torah And Mitzvos Prepare The Soul For Eternity by Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe (Mosaics) Exploring Perek Shirah by Rebbetzin ...

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The Anatomy of Jewish Law: A Fresh Dissection of the Relationship Between Medicine, Medical History, & Rabbinic Literature by R. Dr. Edward Reichman (OU Press) Bridging Traditions: Demystifying Differences Between Sephardic and Ashkenazic Jews by R. Haim Jachter (OU Press) Foundation of Faith: A Tapestry of Insights & Illuminations on Pirkei Avot by R. Norman Lamm (OU Press) Before Hashem ...

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The Judaism of the Poskim: Responsa and the Nature of Orthodox Judaism by R. Gidon Rothstein (Mosaica) Faith Fulfilled: Megillat Esther and the Ma’ariv Evening Service for Purim with Commentary from the Writings of Rabbi Eliezer Berkovits edited by Reuven Mohl (Urim)

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Jacob Katz on the Origins of Orthodoxy edited by Giti Bendheim, Menachem Butler, Jay M. Harris, Uriel Katz (Shikey) The Foundation of Judaism by R. Akiva Aaronson (Feldheim)

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Rupture and Reconstruction: The Transformation of Modern Orthodoxy by Dr. Haym Soloveitchik (Littman) Binah Ba-Sefarim: Dinim Derabbanan by R. Daniel Z. Feldman (Yeshiva)

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Shomer Emunim; The Introduction to Kabbalah by R. Yosef Ergas, translated by R. Avinoam Fraenkel (Urim) Who Will Remember You?: A Philosophical Study and Theory of Memory and Will by Israel Bitton (Hamilton)

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Bedtime Reading for Briskers: Lomdus and Life Lessons from the Laws of Korbanos on the Weekly Parsha by R. Ephraim Meth Making Meaning Out of Madness: A Jewish Journey by Miranda Portnoy

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