Introduction to the Talmud and Midrash. Description Gunter Stemberger's revision of H. Strack's classic introduction to rabbinic literature, which appeared in its first English edition in , was widely acclaimed.
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Gunter Stemberger and Markus Bockmuehl have now produced this updated edition, which is a significant revision completed in of the volume. Following Strack's original outline, Stemberger discusses first the historical framework, the basic principles of rabbinic literature and hermeneutics and the most important Rabbis. The main part of the book is devoted to the Talmudic and Midrashic literature in the light of contemporary rabbinic research.
The appendix includes a new section on electronic resources for the study of the Talmud and Midrash.
The result is a comprehensive work of reference that no student of rabbinics can afford to be without. Back cover copy Readers will note a number of significant changes. Most importantly, the present text substantially represents the eighth German edition published by Gunter Stemberger in Rating details.
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See also the Journal of Theological Studies review by C. Hayward, the Restoration Quarterly review by Claude E. Cox, the Encounter review by Ronald J. See the Mnemosyne review by P. Encyclopedic work that identifies works from the Responsa Literature - rabbinic case-law rulings - and the Bible, the Talmud and their principal commentaries. In Hebrew. Her research is excellent and her writing is superb [ See also Who's who in the Talmud by Alfred J.
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Kolatch: includes listing of the tractates, with some facsimile reproductions, a glossary, and a biographical dictionary. Also included are historical accounts of the parties and sects who prevailed at the time and who formed the background to this crucial and creative period covering nearly years [ The Rishonim : biographical sketches of the prominent early rabbinic sages and leaders from the tenth-fifteenth centuries by Shmuel Teich Call Number: It can be regarded as a condensed version of his Introduction to Rabbinic Literature " from the Journal for the Study of the Old Testament review by M.
See also the Expository Times review by James R. See also the Choice review by A. Hecht Call Number: The researcher who is not fluent in Hebrew will find the bibliographies at the end of each chapter extremely useful, as they refer to works on the subject in European languages" from the International and Comparative Law Quarterly review by Guglielmo Verdirame. Then it examines how the Babylonian Talmud thinks: its intellectual character, and its dialectics. In a two-part recapitulation of some of his monographs he spells out in detail the evidence that sustains this characterization of the writing" from New Testament Abstracts.
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Available through Interlibrary Loan only. Understanding the Talmud by Ernest R. Trattner Call Number: A real beginner would be put off, I should think, by the wealth of geographical detail in A. Scholars, too, will profit from some hours spent with Understanding the Talmud" from the Journal of Biblical Literature review by W.
Sibley Towner. One of its goals is to explain what the Talmud is and how it works [ Levy: XXIV. See also the Horizons review by David P. The Talmud for beginners by Judith Z. Abrams Call Number: Introduction to the Talmud and Midrash by H.