Jewish Publication Society, 1991 - 278 עמודים
The JPS Torah Commentary series guides readers through the words and ideas of the Torah. Each volume is the work of a scholar who stands at the pinnacle of his field. Every page contains the complete traditional Hebrew text, with cantillation notes, the JPS translation of the Holy Scriptures, aliyot breaks, Masoretic notes, and commentary by a distinguished Hebrew Bible scholar, integrating classical and modern sources. Each volume also contains supplementary essays that elaborate upon key words and themes, a glossary of commentators and sources, extensive bibliographic notes, and maps.
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The commonly known Hebrew title for the second book of the Torah is Shemot,
shortened from the opening words ve^elleh shemot. This follows an ancient and
widespread Near Eastern practice of naming a literary work by its initial word or ...
20. See the author's Comment to Gen. 8:21 in this series (TheJPS Torah
Commentary: Genesis [Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society, 1989]). Texts
such as Lev. 26:31 and Amos 5:21 express the rejection of sacrifice by the
negative form of ...
This divine name appears nine times in the Torah, of which three are in poetic
texts.1 All but two of the Bible's other thirty-nine usages are likewise poetic (
Prophets, Psalms, and Job). The prose exceptions (Ruth 1:20-21) are more
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Exodus = [Shemot]: the traditional Hebrew text with the new JPS translationביקורת משתמש - Not Available - Book Verdict
This is the fourth volume in the acclaimed "Jewish Publication Society Torah Commentary'' series. Volumes on the books of Genesis and Leviticus were published in 1989, and Numbers in 1990. Following ... קרא סקירה מלאה