A Sourcebook of Jewish literature. Edited by Nahum N Glatzer (838 Pages)Publisher: Behrman House, 1969
Foreword by David Altshuler. An outstanding anthology of Jewish thought, full of substance, highly readable, and well organized. Hundreds of selections divided into three parts: The Rest is Commentary, a source book of Judaic antiquity - writings from 500 B.C.E. through 1st Century C.E. Faith and Knowledge, the Jew in the Medieval World - writings from Judaic literature - 7th to 19th Centuries C.E. The Dynamics of Emancipation, the Jew in the modern age - writings on major concerns and events in modern Jewry.