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Title: Abraham’s Journey: Reflections on the Life of the Founding Patriarch
Author: Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik
Edited by David Shatz, Joel B. Wolowelsky and Reuven Ziegler
Title: Moses: Enjoy of God, Envoy of His People
Author: Rabbi Mosheh Lichtenstein
Title: Moses’ Women: Yocheved, Miriam, Pharoh’s Daughter, Zipporah and
the Kushite Woman
Authors: Shere Aranoff Tuchman and
Sandra E. Rapaport
Title: Masters of the Word: Traditional Jewish Bible Commentary from the First Through Thirteenth Centuries (2 Volumes)
Author: Rabbi Yonatan Kolatch
Rabbi Kolatch does just that in his impressive Masters of the Word. He analyzes the unique method and style of each commentator from Chazal through Ibn Ezra against the backdrop of his time and place. He devotes one of the weekly parshiyot to the exclusive commentator of an individual scholar, thus familiarizing the reader with a significant and meaningful selection of the commentator’s work.
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