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Pirke Avot


A Modern Commentary on Jewish Ethics


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Forward by W. Gunther Plaut. The Ethics of the Fathers in Hebrew and English with commentaries and essays. Ideal for college and adult study. Hebrew text is presented alongside the translation in a linear, easy to read format. An index of major themes, concepts, and personalities makes this edition especially inviting for readers new to Rabbinic literature.

Rabbi Kravitz is a professor of Midrash and Homiletics at Hebrew Union College. Rabbi Olitzky is director of the School of Education, Hebrew Union College.

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  • Edited by Rabbi Leonard Kravitz and Rabbi Kerry M Olitzky
  • (114 Pages)Publisher: UAHC, 1993




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