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Daily Archives: September 21, 2009
Jacob Neusner, Invitation to Midrash: The Workings of Rabbinic Bible Interpretation (Atlanta: Scholars, 1998) 49. …the Talmud of the land of Israel, subordinate as it is to the Mishnah, regards the Mishnah as subordinate to, and contingent upon, Scripture. The … Continue reading
Richard Sarason, “Toward a New Agendum for the Study of Rabbinic Midrashic Literature,” Studies in Aggadah, Targum and Jewish Liturgy in Memory of Joseph Heinemann, ed. Jakob Petuchowski and Ezra Fleischer (Jerusalem, 1981) 66. More fundamentally at issue here between … Continue reading