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    A beginner's guide to the Steinsaltz Talmud

    231
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    The complete idiot's guide to the Talmud

    231
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    The essential Talmud

    231.2
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    The essential Talmud

    Steinsaltz, Adin.

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    The essential Torah temimah

    231.2
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    The essential Torah temimah : Megilat Rut = Megillath Ruth

    Epstein, Baruch, ha-Levi, 1860-1942.

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    Everyman's Talmud

    231.2
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    Introduction to the Talmud and Midrash

    231.2
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    Introduction to the Talmud and Midrash

    Strack, Hermann Leberecht, 1848-1922.

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    Invitation to the Talmud

    231
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    Jesus in the Talmud

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    Jesus in the Talmud

    Schäfer, Peter, 1943-

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    The minor tractates of the Talmud

    231.01
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    The minor tractates of the Talmud : Massektoth Ketannoth

    The minor tractates (Hebrew: ?????? ?????, masechtot qetanot) are essays from the Tannaitic period or later dealing with topics about which no formal tractate exists in the Mishnah. They may thus be contrasted to the Tosefta, whose tractates parallel those of the Mishnah. The first eight or so contain much original material; the last seven or so are collections of material scattered throughout the Talmud. According to Rabbi Chaim Kanievsky, the Minor Tractates date from the period of the Geonim.

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    The minor tractates of the Talmud

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    The minor tractates of the Talmud : Massektoth Ketannoth

    The minor tractates (Hebrew: ?????? ?????, masechtot qetanot) are essays from the Tannaitic period or later dealing with topics about which no formal tractate exists in the Mishnah. They may thus be contrasted to the Tosefta, whose tractates parallel those of the Mishnah. The first eight or so contain much original material; the last seven or so are collections of material scattered throughout the Talmud. According to Rabbi Chaim Kanievsky, the Minor Tractates date from the period of the Geonim.

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    Nine Talmudic readings

    231.1
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    Nine Talmudic readings

    Levinas, Emmanuel.

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    A rabbinic anthology

    231.1
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    A rabbinic anthology

    Montefiore, C. G. (Claude Goldsmid), 1858-1938.

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    Swimming In The Sea of Talmud

    231.2
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    Swimming In The Sea of Talmud

    Katz, Michael and Gershon Schwartz.

    This book makes the talmudic passages explicable and relevant to contemporary men and women.

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    Swimming In The Sea Of Talmud

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    Swimming In The Sea Of Talmud

    Katz, Michael.

    This book shows the wisdom of the Talmud in a user-friendly way, suggesting ways to apply its messages and values to contemporary life.

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    The Talmud

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    The Talmud : a biography

    Wimpfheimer, Barry S., author.

    "The Babylonian Talmud, a postbiblical Jewish text that is part scripture and part commentary, is an unlikely bestseller. Written in a hybrid of Hebrew and Aramaic, it is often ambiguous to the point of incomprehension, and its subject matter reflects a narrow scholasticism that should hardly have broad appeal. Yet the Talmud has remained in print for centuries and is more popular today than ever. Barry Scott Wimpfheimer tells the ... story of this ancient Jewish book and explains why it has endured for almost two millennia"--Dust jacket flap.

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    The Talmud

    231.2
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    The Talmud : a close encounter

    Neusner, Jacob, 1932-

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    The Talmud and the Internet

    231.11
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