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  1. [+]
    Issues of the 1970s = 8 Years, 32 Issues, 540 Articles
    1. [+]
      Issues of 1972 = 4 Issues, 76 Articles
      1. [+]
        Spring 1972 Issue = 19 Articles
        1. The First Reader, pp. 131-133
        2. A Layman's Search for Understanding by Irene Kaminka Fischer, pp. 134-150
        3. A Comprehensive Jewish Policy for the 70's by Tsvi Bisk, pp. 151-158
        4. The Prophet Jonah: Two Views by Chaim Lewis, pp. 159-163
        5. The Tragedy of Jonah by Abraham Cohen, pp. 164-175
        6. Laughter in Biblical and Rabbinic Literature by Chaim W. Reines, pp. 176-183
        7. Jewish Culture and Religion in Russia by Aryeh Y. Yodfat, pp. 184-194
        8. The Destruction of a Literature by Chone Shmeruk, pp. 195-204
        9. Revelation and Zimzum by David Weiss-Halivni, pp. 205-210
        10. Man's Choice and God's Design by Hershel J. Matt, pp. 211-221
        11. On the Evitable of War by Max Brod and Hugo Bergman, pp. 222-229
        12. [+]
          Four Recent Studies of Jesus the Jew by Morton S. Enslin, pp. 230-236 - 4 Reviews
          1. The Trial and Death of Jesus by Haim H. Cohn
          2. Jesus and Israel by Jules Isaac and Claire Huchet Bishop
          3. The Execution of Jesus by William Riley Wilson
          4. Was Jesus Married? by William E. Phipps
        13. [+]
          A Mine of Information by Robert Gordis, pp. 237-238 - 1 Review
          1. Index to Festschriften in Jewish Studies by Charles Berlin
        14. The Jewish Year in Art and Anthology by Rachel Wischnitzer, pp. 239-241
        15. [+]
          A New View of History by Marc Lee Raphael, pp. 242-243 - 1 Review
          1. The Shaping of Jewish History by Ellis Rivkin
        16. [+]
          There Are Jews Everywhere by Ezekiel N. Musleah, pp. 244-246 - 1 Review
          1. The Bene Israel of Bombay by Schifra Strizower
        17. [+]
          How Do Men Live Together? by Foster Hirsch, pp. 247-248 - 1 Review
          1. The Tenants by Bernard Malamud
        18. [+]
          Religion and Man's Humanization by William E. Kaufman, pp. 249-250 - 1 Review
          1. The Religion of Ethical Nationhood by Mordecai M. Kaplan
        19. [+]
          The New Left Looks at the Jews by Bill Novak, pp. 251-257 - 2 Reviews
          1. The New Left and the Jews by Mordecai Chertoff
          2. The Bush Is Burning! by Arthur I. Waskow
      2. [+]
        Summer 1972 Issue = 17 Articles
        1. In Memoriam, p. 259
        2. The First Reader by R.G., pp. 260-264
        3. Franklin D. Roosevelt and Zionism by Selig Adler, pp. 265-276
        4. A Cruel God or None by Robert Gordis, pp. 277-284
        5. Walther Rathenau as Jew by Lothar Kahn, pp. 285-298
        6. On Iyyar's Holidays by Joel B. Wolowelsky, pp. 299-302
        7. Maimonides, Spinoza and Ahad Ha-Am by Alfred Gottschalk, pp. 303-310
        8. The Sage Is More Important Than the Prophet by Abraham I. Kook, pp. 311-312
        9. Judaism in a Time of Crisis by Jacob Neusner, pp. 313-327
        10. Structure and Spontaneity in Prayer by Steven Riskin, pp. 328-332
        11. Tolstoy and the Beginnings of Kibbutz Ideology by Martin Slann, pp. 333-338
        12. A Post-Modern Sense of the Miraculous by Jordan Ofseyer, pp. 339-347
        13. Gensis 1:4 by Morris Stockhammer, pp. 348-349
        14. Jewishness by Harris H. Hirschberg, pp. 350-356
        15. [+]
          A Re-Consideration of Hermann Cohen by Seymour Feldman, pp. 357-364 - 1 Review
          1. Reason and Hope by Hermann Cohen
        16. [+]
          The Light Still Shines Forth by Trude Weiss-Rosmarin, pp. 365-375 - 1 Review
          1. The Star of Redemption by Franz Rosenzweig
        17. [+]
          Bringing Clarity Into the Mystical by Jacob B. Agus, pp. 376-385 - 1 Review
          1. The Messianic Idea in Judaism by Gershom Scholem
      3. [+]
        Fall 1972 Issue = 17 Articles
        1. The First Reader by R.G., pp. 388-391
        2. Literature and the Jewish Crisis by Edward Alexander, pp. 392-404
        3. On Stepping Into the "Fiery Gates" by Irving Halperin, pp. 405-408
        4. An Ancient and Modern Identity Crisis by Marc Lee Raphael, pp. 409-414
        5. The Absent God by Harold Fisch, pp. 415-427
        6. Frantz Fanon as a Zionist by Norman Levine, pp. 428-436
        7. The Place of Israel in Reform Jewish Theology by Joshua O. Haberman, pp. 437-448
        8. Reform Judaism's "New" Mission by Joseph R. Narot, pp. 449-453
        9. The Best Kept Secret of the Rabbinic Tradition by Samson H. Levey, pp. 454-469
        10. Jewish History and American Education by Egal Feldman, pp. 470-476
        11. Mendelssohn's Redefinition of Judaism by Noah H. Rosenbloom, pp. 477-489
        12. Anti-Semitism and Jewish Historiography by Allen S. Maller, pp. 490-496
        13. [+]
          A Major Study of the Sages by Theodore Friedman, pp. 497-501 - 1 Review
          1. The Sages: Their Concepts and Beliefs by Ephraim E. Urbach
        14. [+]
          A Lifetime of Jewish Philosophical Research by Jacob Kabakoff, pp. 502-504 - 1 Review
          1. Studies in Jewish Thought by Simon Rawidowicz and Benjamin C.I. Ravid
        15. [+]
          What Jews Have Believed by Levi A. Olan, pp. 505-506 - 1 Review
          1. Jewish Theology by Samuel S. Cohon
        16. [+]
          An Assessment of the Jewish Contribution by Norma Skolnik, pp. 507-509 - 1 Review
          1. The Jewish Writer in America by Allen Guttmann
        17. Index to Volume 21, pp. 510-514
      4. [+]
        Winter 1972 Issue = 23 Articles
        1. The First Reader, pp. 3-5
        2. By Way of Introduction by Robert Gordis, pp. 6-8
        3. The Radical Imperatives of Judaism by Steven S. Schwarzschild, pp. 9-15
        4. Liberalism and the Jewish Interests by Richard L. Rubenstein, pp. 16-19
        5. Liberalism is Indispensible by Alan W. Miller, pp. 20-23
        6. An Anatomy of Liberalism by Seymour Siegel, pp. 24-31
        7. In Defense of Liberalism by Arthur J. Lelyveld, pp. 32-35
        8. A Call for a Reasoned Liberalism by Abraham D. Beame, pp. 36-38
        9. Judaism, Jews and the Liberal Outlook by Jacob Neusner, pp. 39-42
        10. The Jewish Experience with Liberalism by Judd L. Teller, pp. 43-50
        11. How the Bible Begins by Hershel Shanks, pp. 51-58
        12. Death As Estrangement by Emanuel Feldman, pp. 59-66
        13. Is the Synagogue Becoming a Church, The Rabbi a Priest? by Henry Siegman, pp. 67-78
        14. The Bible in Contemporary Israeli Humanism by Shemaryahu Talmon, pp. 79-83
        15. Two Principles of Character Education in the Aggadah by Bernard Mandelbaum, pp. 84-92
        16. Samuel Hirsch's Absolute Religiosity by Gershon Greenberg, pp. 93-97
        17. Martin Buber and Taoism by James A. Moran, pp. 98-103
        18. M.Y. Berdichevsky on The Meaning of History by Samuel Z. Fishman, pp. 104-109
        19. Introducing: Ernest Bloch by Harry Slochower, pp. 110-115
        20. [+]
          A Theologian's Views on Politics by John C. Bennett, pp. 116-117 - 1 Review
          1. Political Expectation by Paul Tillich and James Luther Adams
        21. [+]
          A Changed Jewry by Henry Walter Brann, pp. 118-121 - 1 Review
          1. Les Juifs by Alain Guichard
        22. [+]
          Valuable Digging by Norman Roth, pp. 122-123 - 1 Review
          1. The Ancient Synagogues of the Iberian Peninsula by Don A. Halperin
        23. [+]
          Contemporary Religious Questing by Joel Rosenberg, pp. 124-129 - 2 Reviews
          1. The New Religions by Jacob Needleman
          2. The Golden Core of Religion by Alexander F. Skutch
    2. [+]
      Issues of 1973 = 4 Issues, 63 Articles
      1. [+]
        Spring 1973 Issue = 13 Articles
        1. The Wonder of The Age and The Ages by Robert Gordis, pp. 132-139
        2. Religion in The State of Israel by Adin Steinsaltz, pp. 140-150
        3. The State of Religion in Israel by Joseph S. Bentwich, pp. 151-156
        4. The Jewish Way of War by Eliezer Livneh, pp. 157-166
        5. The Youth by Simon N. Herman, pp. 167-172
        6. The Jewishness of Israel's Youth by Jack J. Cohen, pp. 173-181
        7. The Kibbutz by Moshe Kerem, pp. 182-193
        8. Towards a New Jewish-Christian Understanding in Israel by Coos Schoneveld, pp. 194-201
        9. Interfaith Relations in Israel by Israel Goldstein, pp. 202-209
        10. The Ingathering of the Exiles by Yehuda Nini, pp. 210-223
        11. The Israeli Woman by Annabelle Yuval, pp. 224-236
        12. Women in Israel by Judith Neulander Elizur, pp. 237-247
        13. The Status of The Woman in Israel by Shulamit Aloni, pp. 248-257
      2. [+]
        Summer 1973 Issue = 14 Articles
        1. The First Reader by R.G., pp. 259-262
        2. Christians and Jews in the Historic Process by Franklin H. Littell, pp. 263-277
        3. Cahan's "Rise of David Levinsky" by Dan Vogel, pp. 278-287
        4. [+]
          Imagining the Holocaust by Edward Alexander, pp. 288-300 - 1 Review
          1. Mr. Sammler's Planet by Saul Bellow
        5. [+]
          The Art of Elie Wiesel by Frederick Garber, pp. 301-308 - 1 Review
          1. Night by Elie Wiesel
        6. Three Dimensions of Human Fullness by Edward K. Kaplan, pp. 309-321
        7. Shay Hurwitz, A Pioneering Polemicist for Truth by Stanley Nash, pp. 322-327
        8. A.D. Gordon by Roger E. Herst, pp. 328-333
        9. Dialectic Zionism by David J. Schnall, pp. 334-341
        10. The Extended Notion of the Sabbath by Saul J. Berman, pp. 342-352
        11. "On the Other Hand..." by Elieser Slomovic, Bruce H. Charnov, and Shlomo Karni, ..., pp. 353-368
        12. [+]
          From Eulogy to Epitaph by Emanuel Rackman, pp. 369-377 - 1 Review
          1. Jewish Law in Ancient and Modern Israel by Haim H. Cohn
        13. [+]
          Not Much About the Jews by Norman Roth, pp. 378-380 - 1 Review
          1. The Columbia History of the World by John A. Garraty and Peter Gay
        14. [+]
          A Political View by Daniel Jeremy Silver, pp. 381-386 - 1 Review
          1. A History of Zionism by Walter Laqueur
      3. [+]
        Fall 1973 Issue = 18 Articles
        1. The First Reader by R.G., pp. 387-391
        2. From Adam's Serpent to Abraham's Ram by Chaim Lewis, pp. 392-396
        3. An Encounter with the "Akedah" by Robert J. Milch, pp. 397-399
        4. Jews as Political Figures by Robert Gordis, pp. 400-408
        5. Peter Shafiroff---"Jewish" Advisor to Peter the Great by Saul M. Ginsburg, pp. 409-417
        6. A New Prayer Book by Levi A. Olan, pp. 418-425
        7. "Modern" Prayer---At What Sacrifice? by Steven Riskin, pp. 426-432
        8. Whither Conservative Liturgy? by Leonard Levin, pp. 433-439
        9. Reactions to the Rabbinical Assembly Mahzor by Sidney Greenberg, pp. 440-454
        10. The Enjoyment of Scripture by Samuel Sandmel, pp. 455-467
        11. Jewish Militarism and Jewish Survival by Joseph P. Schultz, pp. 468-474
        12. Rosenzweig on Judaism and Christianity by Maurice G. Bowler, pp. 475-481
        13. The Mystery of the Rabbi's Lost Portrait by Arthur A. Chiel, pp. 482-489
        14. The Conservative Rabbinate by Viviana A. Zelizer and Gerald L. Zelizer, pp. 490-497
        15. [+]
          In Praise of Reason by Trude Weiss-Rosmarin, pp. 498-503 - 1 Review
          1. Religion of Reason by Hermann Cohen
        16. [+]
          The Teachings of the Tradition by Isaac Klein, p. 504 - 1 Review
          1. Masot V'mehkarim by Chaim W. Reines
        17. [+]
          Why We Do What We Do by Gerald Engel, pp. 505-509 - 1 Review
          1. Jewish Folkways in Germanic Lands, 1648-1809 by Herman Pollack
        18. Index to Volume 22, pp. 510-514
      4. [+]
        Winter 1973 Issue = 18 Articles
        1. The First Reader by R.G., pp. 3-6
        2. Israel or Zion by Leonard J. Fein, pp. 7-17
        3. Approaching the Holocaust by Eliezer Berkovits, pp. 18-20
        4. Typical Jewish Misunderstandings of Christianity by Eugene Fisher, pp. 21-32
        5. The Orphan Syndrome by S. Levin, pp. 33-37
        6. Moses: Faith and Law by Sholom A. Singer, pp. 38-44
        7. Sanctification of The Moon by Mayer Abramowitz, pp. 45-52
        8. Bar-Mizvah by Byron L. Sherwin, pp. 53-65
        9. Three Aspects of Maimonides by Shubert Spero, pp. 66-78
        10. Maimonides as a Young Man by Meir Havazelet, pp. 79-83
        11. Maimonides as a Physician by Roger E. Herst, pp. 84-91
        12. The Jewish Radical in His American Habitat by Henry L. Feingold, pp. 92-106
        13. [+]
          In the Pursuit of Justice by Leo Pfeffer, pp. 107-113 - 1 Review
          1. Self-Incrimination in Jewish Law by Aaron Kirschenbaum
        14. [+]
          A Reform Theologian Speaks by Jacob Neusner, pp. 114-116 - 1 Review
          1. Heirs of the Pharisees by Jakob J. Petuchowski
        15. [+]
          From Moses to Felix by Lothar Kahn, pp. 117-118 - 1 Review
          1. The Mendelssohns by Herbert Kupferberg
        16. [+]
          A Noble Life by Theodore N. Lewis, pp. 119-122 - 1 Review
          1. Hannah Senesh, Her Life and Diary by Marge Piercy and Hannah Senesh
        17. [+]
          The Unrealistic Attitude by Michael Shashar, pp. 123-125 - 1 Review
          1. Arab Attitudes to Israel by Yehoshafat Harkabi
        18. Communications by Elihu J. Steinhorn and Joseph R. Narot, pp. 126-130
    3. [+]
      Issues of 1974 = 4 Issues, 81 Articles
      1. [+]
        Spring 1974 Issue = 17 Articles
        1. The First Reader by R.G., pp. 131-134
        2. Zalman Shazar---The Man and The Writer by Avraham Kariv, pp. 135-149
        3. Marx and the Jews by Lawrence S. Stepelevich, pp. 150-160
        4. Man's Power and Limits in a Technological Age by Samuel E. Karff, pp. 161-173
        5. Women in a Prayer Quorum by Phillip Sigal, pp. 174-182
        6. Re-appraising Maimonides by H. Joel Laks, pp. 183-192
        7. The Jewish Revolution Is Not Complete by Norman Levine, pp. 193-201
        8. Exclamations, Manifestoes, and Other Literary Peripheries by Warren Bargad, pp. 202-211
        9. A Midrash on Jewish Mourning by Joel B. Wolowelsky, pp. 212-215
        10. I.J. Schwartz's Kentucky by Gertrude W. Dubrovsky, pp. 216-227
        11. Judah Monis, The Harvard Convert by Arthur A. Chiel, pp. 228-234
        12. [+]
          Marriage and Divorce by Theodore Friedman, pp. 235-239 - 1 Review
          1. Divorce Action by the Wife in Jewish Law by Ze'ev W. Falk
        13. [+]
          The Truth About David? by Robert Gordis, pp. 240-242 - 1 Review
          1. The King David Report by Stefan Heym
        14. [+]
          The Future Is Secure by David M. Feldman, pp. 243-245 - 1 Review
          1. The Future of Family by Louise Kapp Howe
        15. [+]
          The Need for Community by Jack Nusan Porter, pp. 246-248 - 1 Review
          1. Reform Is a Verb by Leonard J. Fein
        16. [+]
          The Island That the Rebbe Built by George Kranzler, pp. 249-252 - 1 Review
          1. Satmar: An Island in the City by Israel Rubin
        17. [+]
          A Detailed Analysis by Sefton Temkin, pp. 253-258 - 1 Review
          1. A History of Modern Jewry: 1780-1815 by Raphael Mahler
      2. [+]
        Summer 1974 Issue = 13 Articles
        1. First Reader by R.G., pp. 259-263
        2. Israel, Galut and Zionism by Efraim Shmueli, pp. 264-275
        3. Abraham Herschel and His Critics by Sol Tanenzapf, pp. 276-286
        4. Alienation and Jewish Jesus Freaks by Moshe Adler, pp. 287-297
        5. God and Man in Judaism by Eugene B. Borowitz, pp. 298-308
        6. Reform Judaism by Norman Mirsky, pp. 309-317
        7. The Doctrine of Separation by Sol Roth, pp. 318-331
        8. Shavuot, "Matan Torah," and The Triennial Cycle by Bruce H. Charnov, pp. 332-336
        9. The Musar Movement and Psychotheracy by Arnold Rachlis, pp. 337-345
        10. Avram Uri Kovner by Saul M. Ginsburg, pp. 346-356
        11. Prophet of The Lord by Benjamin Szold Levin, pp. 357-369
        12. [+]
          Jewish Literature was Different by Bernard J. Bamberger, pp. 370-375 - 1 Review
          1. History of Jewish Literature by Israel Zinberg and Bernard Martin
        13. [+]
          A Great Dictionary for a Great Language by Morris Laub, pp. 376-386 - 1 Review
          1. The Great Dictionary of the Yiddish Language by Yudel Mark
      3. [+]
        Fall 1974 Issue = 34 Articles
        1. The First Reader by R.G., pp. 387-388
        2. Where Do I Stand Now?---A Symposium by Robert Gordis, pp. 389-395
        3. We Need Education by Edward Alexander, pp. 396-398
        4. Triage for Judaica by Naomi Bluestone, pp. 399-402
        5. The Jewish Malaise by Werner Cohn, pp. 403-404
        6. I Am Hopeful by Leonard J. Fein, pp. 405-407
        7. From My Alienated Vantage by Henry L. Feingold, pp. 408-410
        8. Answers to Some of the Questions by Egal Feldman, pp. 411-413
        9. Obsession With History by Frederick Garber, pp. 414-416
        10. Being Jewish In An Ice Age by Herbert Gold, pp. 417-418
        11. Meaning Needed by Percival Goodman, p. 419
        12. Books and Readers: Jewish Self-Expression by Irving Halperin, pp. 420-421
        13. I Am A Jewish Atheist by Nat Hentoff, pp. 422-424
        14. A Private Mystique by John Hollander, pp. 425-427
        15. Judaism: Stronger and More Lasting Than Other Religions by Lothar Kahn, pp. 428-431
        16. My Perspective Tends To Be Mystical by Edward K. Kaplan, pp. 432-434
        17. What It Means To Live In Israel by Elihu Katz, pp. 435-436
        18. The View From Jerusalem by James Kugel, p. 437
        19. A Last-Ditch Hope for Judaism by Robert Langbaum, pp. 438-440
        20. Participation Is Needed by Leonard Levin, pp. 441-443
        21. My Path by Robert J. Milch, pp. 444-446
        22. Comments On The Questions by William Novak, pp. 447-448
        23. By Way of Response by Leo Pfeffer, pp. 449-451
        24. Thirteen Years Later by Edgar Rosenberg, pp. 452-456
        25. Moral Witness and Political Commitment by Joel Rosenberg, pp. 457-458
        26. We Need Love and Objectivity by Norman Roth, pp. 459-461
        27. What It Means To Be Jewish by Harry Slochower, pp. 462-463
        28. Not Standing---Wrestling by Arthur I. Waskow, pp. 464-466
        29. Conversion "According to Halakhah"---What Is It? by Eliezer Berkovits, pp. 467-478
        30. The Ethnic Consciousness of Early Russian Jewish Socialists by Erich Goldhagen, pp. 479-496
        31. [+]
          Still Another View of Jesus by Gerard S. Sloyan, pp. 497-499 - 1 Review
          1. Jesus the Jew by Geza Vermes
        32. [+]
          Jewish Mysticism It Ain't by Robert Saks, pp. 500-502 - 3 Reviews
          1. Understanding the Kabbalah by Edward Albertson
          2. The Universal Meaning of Kabbalah by Leo Schaya
          3. Kabbalah by Charles Ponce
        33. [+]
          The Movements in Modern Judaism by Elliot B. Gertel, pp. 503-508 - 1 Review
          1. Four Paths to One God by Gilbert S. Rosenthal
        34. Index to Volume 23, pp. 509-514
      4. [+]
        Winter 1974 Issue = 17 Articles
        1. The First Reader by R.G., pp. 4-7
        2. The New Reform and Authority by David Polish, pp. 8-22
        3. Reform Judaism by Benjamin Z. Kreitman, pp. 23-29
        4. Reform Judaism by Arthur J. Lelyveld, pp. 30-38
        5. The American Reform Rabbi Today by David S. Hachen, pp. 39-51
        6. Winds of Liturgical Reform by Edward Graham, pp. 52-60
        7. Long-hand With Buber by W. Gunther Plaut, pp. 61-69
        8. The Jewish Gangster by David Singer, pp. 70-86
        9. The Maccabean Martyrs by Abraham D. Cohen, pp. 87-94
        10. Exodus From Eden by Naomi Bluestone, pp. 95-99
        11. The Dybbuk Had Three Wives by Stanley Schatt, pp. 100-108
        12. [+]
          The Fullness of Liturgical Development by Lawrence A. Hoffman, pp. 109-111 - 1 Review
          1. Jewish Worship by Abraham E. Millgram
        13. [+]
          For the Sake of Heaven by Evelyn Garfiel, p. 112 - 1 Review
          1. Hasidic Prayer by Louis Jacobs
        14. [+]
          To Sanctify the Sabbath by Bernard J. Bamberger, pp. 113-115 - 1 Review
          1. Shabbat Manual by W. Gunther Plaut
        15. [+]
          Three on the Holocaust by Charles W. Steckel, pp. 116-121 - 3 Reviews
          1. Judenrat by Isaiah Trunk
          2. Faith After the Holocaust by Eliezer Berkovits
          3. The Harrowing of Hell: Dachau by Marcus J. Smith
        16. [+]
          The Words of a Great Zionist by Theodore N. Lewis, pp. 122-125 - 1 Review
          1. Memoirs, Diaries, Letters by Arthur Ruppin and Alex Bein
        17. Communcations by Lily Edelman, Frederick Garber, and Jakob J. Petuchowski, ..., pp. 126-130
    4. [+]
      Issues of 1975 = 4 Issues, 55 Articles
      1. [+]
        Spring 1975 Issue = 11 Articles
        1. The First Reader by R.G., pp. 131-133
        2. Judaism and the Management of Birth, Life and Death by Ben Zion Bokser, pp. 134-143
        3. The Bio-Medical Challenges to Law and Morality by Mark H. Elovitz, pp. 144-156
        4. The Paradox of Euthanasia by Teodoro Forcht Dagi, pp. 157-167
        5. The Vatican and the Jews by Judah L. Graubart, pp. 168-180
        6. Freud as a Jew: Two Assessments by Leon Vogel, pp. 181-193
        7. The Two Faces of Freud by Robert Gordis, pp. 194-200
        8. Ethics and Jewish Law by Eugene B. Korn, pp. 201-214
        9. Hegel and Judaism by Lawrence S. Stepelevich, pp. 215-225
        10. Women in Traditional Judaism: Shadow and Light by Phillip Sigal, pp. 226-244
        11. Women As Sources of Torah in the Rabbinic Tradition by Anne Goldfeld, pp. 245-258
      2. [+]
        Summer 1975 Issue = 15 Articles
        1. The First Reader by R.G., pp. 259-262
        2. Jewish Popular Culture in Contemporary America by Norman L. Friedman, pp. 263-277
        3. Varieties of Jewish Personality by Sefton Temkin, pp. 278-295
        4. Brandeis and deHass: Two Conflicting Styles of Jewish Leadership by A. James Rudin, pp. 296-305
        5. Judaism Despite Christianity by Rivka Horwitz, pp. 306-318
        6. Janusz Korczak: Assimilationist or Positive Jew? by Samuel Chiel, pp. 319-328
        7. Where Does the Modern Period of Jewish History Begin? by Michael A. Meyer, pp. 329-338
        8. In Jerusalem by Irving Halperin, pp. 339-347
        9. [+]
          The Torah and Modern Man by Robert Gordis, pp. 348-353 - 1 Review
          1. The Torah: A Modern Commentary by W. Gunther Plaut
        10. [+]
          Judaism and Modern Philosophy by Trude Weiss-Rosmarin, pp. 354-364 - 1 Review
          1. Major Themes in Modern Philosophies of Judaism by Eliezer Berkovits
        11. [+]
          Halakhah For Its Own Sake by Elliot B. Gertel, pp. 365-368 - 1 Review
          1. Law and Theology in Judaism by David Novak
        12. [+]
          A Special Kind of Jewish Art by Rachel Wischnitzer, pp. 369-371 - 1 Review
          1. La Haggada Enluminee by Mendel Metzger
        13. [+]
          The Resistance of Russian Jews by Morris Slavin, pp. 372-377 - 2 Reviews
          1. The Jewish Bund in Russia by Henry J. Tobias
          2. Trotsky and the Jews by Joseph Nedava
        14. [+]
          Eastern European Jewry Revisited by Lester A. Segal, pp. 378-381 - 1 Review
          1. The Agunah by Chaim Grade
        15. Communications by Graenum Berger, Robert G. Weisbord, and Henry Bamberger, ..., pp. 382-385
      3. [+]
        Fall 1975 Issue = 14 Articles
        1. The First Reader by R.G., pp. 387-390
        2. How Shall A Believing Jew View Christianity? by Hershel Matt, pp. 391-405
        3. Jewish Fiction In America by Richard J. Fein, pp. 406-415
        4. The Americanization of Jewish Education by Walter I. Ackerman, pp. 416-435
        5. Reconstructionism by Barbara Ann Swyhart, pp. 436-445
        6. The Children in Egypt and the Theophany at the Sea by Arthur Green, pp. 446-456
        7. The Question of Secular Judaism by Tsvi Bisk, pp. 457-465
        8. Is There A Jewish Way to Fight? by Michael Brown, pp. 466-475
        9. The Sh'ma Reconsidered by Herman L. Horowitz, pp. 476-481
        10. The Jews of Cochin by Matthew D. Slater, pp. 482-494
        11. [+]
          An Impressive Effort by Joseph L. Blau, pp. 495-498 - 2 Reviews
          1. A History of Judaism, Vol. One by Daniel Jeremy Silver
          2. A History of Judaism, Vol. Two by Bernard Martin
        12. [+]
          Truth Is Everywhere by Alan L. Berger, pp. 499-506 - 1 Review
          1. A Passion for Truth by Abraham Joshua Heschel
        13. [+]
          Two Reactions to One Book by David Novak and Samuel C. Klagsbrun, pp. 507-509 - 1 Review
          1. Jewish Reflections on Death by Rabbi Jack Riemer
        14. Index to Volume 24, pp. 510-514
      4. [+]
        Winter 1975 Issue = 15 Articles
        1. The First Reader by R.G., pp. 3-6
        2. Jews, Non-Jews and Would-Be Jews by Mordecai Roshwald, pp. 7-22
        3. Israel and the Black Hebrew Israelites by Robert G. Weisbord, pp. 23-38
        4. Mixed Marriage and Reform Rabbis by Allen S. Maller, pp. 39-48
        5. The Advisability of Seeking Converts by Gilbert Kollin, pp. 49-57
        6. Charles Hartshorne and the Defenders of Herschel by Harold M. Schulweis, pp. 58-62
        7. From "Leshon Hakodesh" to "Shok Totali" by Theodore Friedman, pp. 63-68
        8. Martin Buber's Philosophy of Judaism by Alexander S. Kohanski, pp. 69-81
        9. The Individual and the Commune by Roy Branson, pp. 82-96
        10. A Note on Shabbat Mourning by Joel B. Wolowelsky, pp. 97-99
        11. Beauty in the Bible and the Talmud by Chaim W. Reines, pp. 100-107
        12. Theology in Twilight by Harry R. Richmond, pp. 108-111
        13. Communcations by Trude Weiss-Rosmarin, David Polish, and Robert Gordis, ..., pp. 112-116
        14. [+]
          Rabbi Kook As A Mystic by Ben Zion Bokser, pp. 117-123 - 1 Review
          1. The Philosophy of Rabbi Kook by Tsevi Yaron
        15. [+]
          A Guide To What Is Funny In Life by William Novak, pp. 124-130 - 1 Review
          1. Notes on an Endangered Species, and Others by Mordecai Richler
    5. [+]
      Issues of 1976 = 4 Issues, 58 Articles
      1. [+]
        Spring 1976 Issue = 14 Articles
        1. The First Reader by R.G., pp. 131-134
        2. Holocaust Interpretations and Religious Assumptions by Hans O. Tiefel, pp. 135-149
        3. Two Philosophies of Jewish History After the Holocaust by Timothy Dwight Lincoln, pp. 150-157
        4. A Visit to Majdanek by Frank S. Parker, pp. 158-166
        5. The Passover Seder by Monford Harris, pp. 167-174
        6. The Centrality of Israel in American Jewish Life by Chaim I. Waxman, pp. 175-187
        7. Gabriel Preil by David Rudavsky, pp. 188-200
        8. Abortion by Blu Greenberg, pp. 201-208
        9. Honesty vs. Hypocrisy by Reuven P. Bulka, pp. 209-216
        10. Messianic Pragmatism by Sarah Schmidt, pp. 217-229
        11. Poverty and the State in Biblical Thought by Jon D. Levenson, pp. 230-241
        12. [+]
          Ethnicity and American Society by David J. Schnall, pp. 242-250 - 2 Reviews
          1. Ethnicity in the United States by Andrew M. Greeley
          2. The Ethnic Factor by Mark R. Levy and Michael S. Kramer
        13. [+]
          The Current Israeli Literary Scene by Warren Bargad, pp. 251-254 - 1 Review
          1. Escape Into Siege by Leon I. Yudkin
        14. [+]
          The Beginnings of Re-evaluation by David Aronson, pp. 255-258 - 1 Review
          1. Destruction and Survival by Charles W. Steckel
      2. [+]
        Summer 1976 Issue = 16 Articles
        1. The First Reader by R.G., pp. 259-260
        2. America---A Novum in Jewish Experience by Robert Gordis, pp. 261-269
        3. The Jew on the College Campus by Alfred Jospe, pp. 270-280
        4. The American University and Jewish Learning by Daniel Jeremy Silver, pp. 281-289
        5. Jewish Religion in America by Gilbert S. Rosenthal, pp. 290-300
        6. Jews and Contributions to Economics by Mark Perlman, pp. 301-311
        7. The Jewish Contribution to American Politics by Henry L. Feingold, pp. 312-319
        8. The Holocaust in American-Jewish Fiction by Edward Alexander, pp. 320-330
        9. Chaim Grade and the Jewish Ego by Moshe Moskowitz, pp. 331-340
        10. Abraham Joshua Heschel's "Biblical Man" in Contextual Perspective by S. Daniel Breslauer, pp. 341-344
        11. The Sociologist As Theologian by Mel Scult, pp. 345-352
        12. Benjamin Franklin, His Genesis Text by Arthur A. Chiel, pp. 353-356
        13. Equality and Human Rights by Lenn Evan Goodman, pp. 357-362
        14. The Anti-Semitic "Imaging" of the Jew in America by Michael Dobkowski, pp. 363-374
        15. Hakoah in New York (1926-1932) by Benjamin Horowitz, pp. 375-382
        16. [+]
          Our Founding Fathers by Bertram W. Korn, pp. 383-385 - 1 Review
          1. Unrecognized Patriots by Samuel Rezneck
      3. [+]
        Fall 1976 Issue = 14 Articles
        1. The First Reader by R.G., pp. 387-389
        2. Jews in Argentina Today by Robert Weisbrot, pp. 390-401
        3. Emil Fackenheim and the Revealed Morality of Judaism by David Ellenson, pp. 402-413
        4. The Faith of Abraham by Robert Gordis, pp. 414-419
        5. Ludwig Borne by Lothar Kahn, pp. 420-434
        6. Judaism and Human Rights by Louis Henkin, pp. 435-446
        7. Jewish Identity in Modern Hebrew Literature by Moshe Pelli, pp. 447-460
        8. Hermann Cohen's Judaism by Eva Jospe, pp. 461-472
        9. Jewish Secularism in Transition--- by Meir Ben-Horin, pp. 473-488
        10. Theological Modesty and the Idea of Divine Perfection by Harold M. Schulweis, pp. 489-493
        11. [+]
          Is Conservative Halakhah Possible? by David Novak, pp. 494-500 - 1 Review
          1. Responsa and Halakhic Studies by Isaac Klein
        12. [+]
          An Orthodox View by Louis Jacobs, pp. 501-504 - 1 Review
          1. Concepts of Judaism by Isaac Breuer and Jacob S. Levinger
        13. [+]
          True Civility Is Jewish by Michael Wyschogrod, pp. 505-509 - 1 Review
          1. The Ordeal of Civility by John Murray Cuddihy
        14. Index to Volume 25, pp. 510-514
      4. [+]
        Winter 1976 Issue = 14 Articles
        1. The First Reader by R.G., pp. 3-7
        2. The Dreyfus Case by Frederick Busi, pp. 8-19
        3. A Basis for Morals by Robert Gordis, pp. 20-43
        4. The Uniqueness of the Early Sephardic Community in America by Ruth Birnbaum, pp. 44-53
        5. Early Zionist Ideals Among Sephardim in the Nineteenth Century by Jose Faur, pp. 54-64
        6. Divine Need and Human Wonder by Maurice Friedman, pp. 65-78
        7. A Theological Case Study From Israel by Sinai Ucko, pp. 79-84
        8. Israel With and Without Religion by Janet Koffler O'Dea, pp. 85-97
        9. The Destruction and Resurrection of the Jews in the Fiction of I.B. Singer by Edward Alexander, pp. 98-106
        10. On the Necessity of a Jewish-Marxist Dialogue by Norman Levine, pp. 107-114
        11. [+]
          Abraham M. Klein's Poetic Heritage by Jacob Kabakoff, pp. 115-120 - 1 Review
          1. The Collected Poems of A. M. Klein by Miriam Waddington and A.M. Klein
        12. [+]
          The Problems Are Not New by Levi A. Olan, pp. 121-122 - 1 Review
          1. Modern Jewish Ethics by Marvin Fox
        13. [+]
          A Passionate Statement by Samuel Sandmel, pp. 123-125 - 1 Review
          1. The Crucifixion of the Jews by Franklin H. Littell
        14. Communications by Stanley M. Wagner and Robert Gordis, pp. 126-130
    6. [+]
      Issues of 1977 = 4 Issues, 76 Articles
      1. [+]
        Spring 1977 Issue = 14 Articles
        1. The First Reader by R.G., pp. 131-134
        2. By What Right? by Rael Jean Isaac and Erich Isaac, pp. 135-147
        3. Gush Emunim by David J. Schnall, pp. 148-160
        4. Purim by Monford Harris, pp. 161-170
        5. Freedom and Slavery in the Fiction of Isaac Bashevis Singer by Nili Wachtel, pp. 171-186
        6. The Genesis of Humans by Adrien Janis Bledstein, pp. 187-200
        7. Jewish Otherworldliness by Bernard J. Bamberger, pp. 201-205
        8. Religious Anxiety and the Experience of God by Moshe Halevi Spero, pp. 206-216
        9. A Battered People Syndrome? by S. Levin, pp. 217-221
        10. The Covenant---The Leap of Huzpah by Bruce S. Warshal, pp. 222-231
        11. The Threnodist of the Holocaust by Noah H. Rosenbloom, pp. 232-247
        12. [+]
          The Vast Variety of Aggadah by Jakob J. Petuchowski, p. 248 - 1 Review
          1. Aggadah and Its Development by Joseph Heinemann
        13. [+]
          Jews Always Studied by Marvin S. Wiener, pp. 249-252 - 1 Review
          1. Lifelong Learning Among Jews by Israel M. Goldman
        14. [+]
          A Variety of Theological Approaches by Elliot B. Gertel, pp. 253-257 - 1 Review
          1. Contemporary Jewish Philosophies by William E. Kaufman
      2. [+]
        Summer 1977 Issue = 25 Articles
        1. The First Reader by R.G., pp. 259-260
        2. Retrospect and Prospect by Robert Gordis, pp. 261-264
        3. The Gaze Within by Louis Finkelstein, pp. 265-267
        4. The Present State of Conservative Judaism by Gerson D. Cohen, pp. 268-273
        5. Where Do We Stand Now? by Stanley Rabinowitz, pp. 274-278
        6. The Basic Issues---An Analysis by Mordecai Waxman, pp. 279-285
        7. In Defense of Conservative Judaism by Wolfe Kelman, pp. 286-289
        8. Achievements, Problems and Solutions by Benjamin Z. Kreitman, pp. 290-291
        9. Needed---A Definition by Arthur J. Levine, pp. 292-295
        10. Promise, Performance and Solutions by Jacob Stein, pp. 296-300
        11. Striking a Balance by Ruth Perry, pp. 301-304
        12. The Distinctiveness of Conservative Judaism by David Novak, pp. 305-308
        13. Unfinished Business by Phillip Sigal, pp. 309-320
        14. The Interaction of History and Theology by Ben Zion Bokser, pp. 321-325
        15. The View from the Right by Joseph A. Lookstein, pp. 326-330
        16. Conservatism and the Orthodox Resurgence by Shlomo Riskin, pp. 331-333
        17. Amicus Platoni, Amicior Veritati by David S. Shapiro, pp. 334-338
        18. The View from the Left by Ira Eisenstein, pp. 339-342
        19. An Affectionate Letter to My Conservative Colleagues by Roland B. Gittelsohn, pp. 343-347
        20. Forward to the Fundamentals by Levi A. Olan, pp. 348-351
        21. Conservatism---Its Contribution to Judaism by Jakob J. Petuchowski, pp. 352-357
        22. Human Relationships in the Jewish Tradition by Chaim W. Reines, pp. 358-366
        23. The Mysterious Book of Jasher by Arthur A. Chiel, pp. 367-374
        24. [+]
          Die Goldene Medina by David J. Schnall, pp. 375-380 - 2 Reviews
          1. Zion in America by Henry Feingold
          2. World of Our Fathers by Irving Howe and Kenneth Libo
        25. [+]
          On the Father of neo-Orthodoxy by Ismar Schorsch, pp. 381-385 - 1 Review
          1. Tradition in an Age of Reform by Noah H. Rosenbloom
      3. [+]
        Fall 1977 Issue = 19 Articles
        1. The First Reader by R.G., pp. 387-390
        2. The Arab Problem in Israel by Robert Gordis, pp. 391-392
        3. Emigration is the Only Solution by Meir Kahane, pp. 393-404
        4. There is Another Way by Arthur H. Samuelson, pp. 405-412
        5. The Arabs of Israel:A Test of Jewishness by Ben Halpern, pp. 413-417
        6. Free-Will, Guilt and Self-Control in Rabbinic Judaism and Contemporary Psychology by Solomon Schimmel, pp. 418-429
        7. Scholarship As A Priestly Craft by Nathan Rotenstreich, pp. 430-435
        8. Understanding and Misunderstanding Talmudic Sources by Marc D. Angel, pp. 436-442
        9. German-Jewish Literature by Lothar Kahn, pp. 443-454
        10. The Interaction of Jewish Law With Morality by Elliot N. Dorff, pp. 455-466
        11. The Dance of the Dybbuk by Sheryl A. Spitz, pp. 467-474
        12. In Defense of Teshuvah by Aryeh Botwinick, pp. 475-480
        13. The Poetics of Allusion and the Hebrew Literary Tradition by Warren Bargad, pp. 481-488
        14. Towards A Progressive Theology of Zionism by David Polish, pp. 489-498
        15. [+]
          A Masterly Portrayal by Zalman M. Schachter, pp. 499-500 - 1 Review
          1. Levi Yitzhak of Berditchev by Samuel H. Dresner
        16. [+]
          How to Study Heschel by Lou H. Silberman, p. 501 - 1 Review
          1. Between God and Man by Abraham Heschel and Fritz A. Rothschild
        17. [+]
          The Core of Jewish Identity by Ben Zion Bokser, pp. 502-506 - 1 Review
          1. Studies in Jewish Thought by David S. Shapiro
        18. [+]
          One Thousand Years of Jewish History by Leon Shapiro, pp. 507-509 - 1 Review
          1. The Russian Jews Under Tsars and Soviets by Salo W. Baron
        19. Index to Volume 26, pp. 510-514
      4. [+]
        Winter 1977 Issue = 18 Articles
        1. Judaism's Twenty-Fifth Anniversary by R.G. and R.W., p. 3
        2. The First Reader by R.G., pp. 4-6
        3. "Happy As Kings" by Joel Grossman, pp. 7-17
        4. Malamud's Jewish Metaphors by David R. Mesher, pp. 18-26
        5. God and the Holocaust by Elliot N. Dorff, pp. 27-34
        6. Milton Steinberg's Philosophy of Religion by Simon Noveck, pp. 35-45
        7. Hebrew Is a Must in Jewish Education by Max Zeldner, pp. 46-51
        8. The Man of Dialogue and the Man of Halakhah by Ruth Birnbaum, pp. 52-62
        9. Religious Witness in Judaism by Ben Zion Bokser, pp. 63-67
        10. Anti-Semitism---A Jewish Question by Berel Lang, pp. 68-72
        11. Weizmann and "Weizmannism" by Evyatar Friesel, pp. 73-83
        12. Jeremiah's Epistle to the Exiles and The Field in Anathoth by Naphtali J. Rubinger, pp. 84-91
        13. The Human Meal by Joel B. Wolowelsky, pp. 92-96
        14. The Mountains and Mount Zion by Robert L. Cohn, pp. 97-115
        15. Addendum to "The Faith of Abraham" by Robert Gordis, p. 116
        16. [+]
          On the Principle of Dina De-Malkhuta by Salamon Faber, pp. 117-123 - 1 Review
          1. Dina De-Malkhuta Dina by Shmuel Shilo
        17. [+]
          Both German and Jewish by Sol Liptzin, pp. 124-125 - 1 Review
          1. Insight and Action by Lothar Kahn
        18. [+]
          Letting It Happen by Herbert Yoskowitz, pp. 126-129 - 1 Review
          1. The Boys from Brazil by Ira Levin
    7. [+]
      Issues of 1978 = 4 Issues, 67 Articles
      1. [+]
        Spring 1978 Issue = 13 Articles
        1. The First Reader by R.G., pp. 131-134
        2. Encounter by Eva Jospe, pp. 135-147
        3. The Builder of Bridges by Ernst Simon, pp. 148-160
        4. [+]
          On Mordecai M. Kaplan's Critique of Buber by Meir Ben-Horin, pp. 161-174 - 1 Review
          1. The Purpose and Meaning of Jewish Existence by Mordecai M. Kaplan
        5. The Mysticism of Martin Buber by William E. Kaufman, pp. 175-183
        6. Martin Buber as An Interpreter of the Bible by Michael Fishbane, pp. 184-195
        7. Martin Buber and the Drama of Otherness by Edward K. Kaplan, pp. 196-206
        8. Buber, The Man of Letters by Ruth Link-Salinger, pp. 207-213
        9. American Jews and the Business Mentality by Edward S. Shapiro, pp. 214-221
        10. Studying the Holocaust's Impact Today by Alice Eckardt and Roy Eckardt, pp. 222-232
        11. Toward a Jewish Definition of Statehood for Israel by Daniel J. Elazar, pp. 233-244
        12. [+]
          Our English Cousins by Sefton Temkin, pp. 245-253 - 2 Reviews
          1. Basil Henriques by L.L. Loewe
          2. The United Synagogue, 1870-1970 by Aubrey Newman
        13. [+]
          Finalizing New York's Lower East Side by Sanford Pinsker, pp. 254-257 - 1 Review
          1. From the Ghetto by Jules Chametzky
      2. [+]
        Summer 1978 Issue = 21 Articles
        1. A Statement on Policy by Robert Gordis, p. 259
        2. The First Reader by R.G., pp. 260-261
        3. History of the Movement by Robert Gordis, pp. 262-266
        4. The Interfaith Movement by David Hyatt, pp. 267-276
        5. Pioneering in America and in Israel by Israel Goldstein, pp. 277-282
        6. Up From Isolation---Inter-Group Activities at the Seminary by Jessica Feingold, pp. 283-291
        7. A Tale of One City by Alfred Wolf, pp. 292-298
        8. Catholic-Jewish Relations: A Case Study by Leonard Swidler, pp. 299-307
        9. Has Interfaith a Future? by John B. Sheerin, pp. 308-312
        10. Zionism, the State of Israel, and the Jewish-Christian Dialogue by Edward H. Flannery, pp. 313-317
        11. Striking the Balance by Alice Eckardt and Roy Eckardt, pp. 318-323
        12. Facing The Truth by Eliezer Berkovits, pp. 324-326
        13. Jewish-Christian Relationships in America by Solomon S. Bernards, pp. 327-334
        14. An Evangelical and the Interfaith Movement by William Sanford Lasor, pp. 335-339
        15. Interfaith At Fifty---It Has Worked! by Martin E. Marty, pp. 340-344
        16. The New Covenant of Moses by Robert Alan Hammer, pp. 345-350
        17. Rabbi Jacbo Emden by Blu Greenberg, pp. 351-363
        18. The Zionist Thought of Ben Halpern by Sharon Muller, pp. 364-373
        19. [+]
          Ahavah Could Be The Solution by Anne Lapidus Lerner, pp. 374-375 - 1 Review
          1. Love and Sex by Robert Gordis
        20. [+]
          Two Zionist Memoirs by Joel Carmichael, pp. 376-382 - 2 Reviews
          1. In the Arena by Emanuel Neumann
          2. Dual Allegiance by Ben Dunkelman
        21. Communications by Moshe Kohn, pp. 383-385
      3. [+]
        Fall 1978 Issue = 18 Articles
        1. The First Reader by Robert Gordis, pp. 387-390
        2. I Believe by Moses Cyrus Weiler, pp. 391-396
        3. Two Trends in Israeli Orthodoxy by Shlomo Deshen, pp. 397-409
        4. Piety and Politics by Stanley Rabinowitz, pp. 410-420
        5. The Jewish State and Jewish History by Evyatar Friesel, pp. 421-430
        6. Exploring the Inner Bialik by Nili Wachtel, pp. 431-441
        7. The Breaking of the Tablets by Nahum M. Waldman, pp. 442-447
        8. The Philosophical Character of Maimonides' Guide by Joseph A. Buijs, pp. 448-457
        9. [+]
          Death and Man's Fear of Death in Franz Rosenzweig's The Star of Redemption by Michael D. Oppenheim, pp. 458-467 - 1 Review
          1. The Star of Redemption by Franz Rosenzweig
        10. The First Dreyfus Affair by Frederick Busi, pp. 468-475
        11. On Crucifying the Jews by Michael Brown, pp. 476-488
        12. [+]
          All That's Fit to Print by Herman Dicker, pp. 489-490 - 1 Review
          1. Censorship and Freedom of Expression in Art by Moshe Carmilly-Weinberger
        13. [+]
          There Should Be More Conservative Responsa by Solomon B. Freehof, pp. 491-494 - 1 Review
          1. Conservative Judaism and Jewish Law by Seymour Siegel
        14. [+]
          Another View of Jewish Law by David Novak, pp. 495-498 - 1 Review
          1. Contemporary Halakhic Problems by J. David Bleich
        15. [+]
          Faith Need Not Only Be Religious by Sarah Schmidt, pp. 499-502 - 1 Review
          1. The Faith of Secular Jews by Saul L. Goodman
        16. [+]
          On the Other Side of the Apocalyptic Coin by Sanford Pinsker, pp. 503-505 - 1 Review
          1. Defenses of the Imagination by Robert Alter
        17. Communications by Fred J. Lichtigfeld, Rael Jean Isaac, and Jacques Kornberg, ..., pp. 506-508
        18. Index to Volume 27, pp. 509-514
      4. [+]
        Winter 1978 Issue = 15 Articles
        1. The First Reader by R.G., pp. 3-6
        2. Will Herberg by S. Daniel Breslauer, pp. 7-12
        3. Sin, Crime, Sickness or Alternative Life Style? by Hershel J. Matt, pp. 13-24
        4. A Theology of Jewish Liberation by Levi A. Olan, pp. 25-32
        5. Jews and Civil Liberties by Rita J. Simon, pp. 33-39
        6. The Israelites in Pharoah's Egypt by W. Gunther Plaut, pp. 40-46
        7. Democratic Elitism by Mordecai Roshwald, pp. 47-62
        8. Vico, Religious Humanism and the Sephardic Tradition by Jose Faur, pp. 63-71
        9. The Needs of Jewish Scholarship by Norman Roth, pp. 72-79
        10. "The Fourth Reich" by Michael N. Dobkowski, pp. 80-95
        11. Simple Elements and Violent Combinations by Ivan Sanders, pp. 96-102
        12. Zionism and Ideology by Jacques Kornberg, pp. 103-114
        13. [+]
          Contra Musar by Moshe Moskowitz, pp. 115-119 - 1 Review
          1. The Yeshiva by Chaim Grade
        14. [+]
          The End of the Diaspora? by Jacob Agus, pp. 120-126 - 1 Review
          1. Letters to an American Jewish Friend by Hillel Halkin
        15. Communications by Noah Rosenbloom, pp. 127-129
    8. [+]
      Issues of 1979 = 4 Issues, 64 Articles
      1. [+]
        Spring 1979 Issue = 14 Articles
        1. An Urgent Message by Robert Gordis, pp. 131-132
        2. The First Reader by R.G., pp. 133-136
        3. Religious Freedom and the American Community by Leo Pfeffer, pp. 137-146
        4. Mehizah, Midrash and Modernity by Alan J. Yuter, pp. 147-159
        5. The Impact of the Women's Movement on the Jewish Family by Gladys Rosen, pp. 160-168
        6. Speaking of Man and Beast by Basil Herring, pp. 169-176
        7. Spinoza's Onslaught on Judaism by Isaac Franck, pp. 177-193
        8. Leone da Modena's Riti Ebraici by Arthur A. Chiel, pp. 194-201
        9. Is Conservative Judaism---Conservative? by Elliot B. Gertel, pp. 202-215
        10. To Love The Torah More Than God by Emmanuel Levinas and Richard I. Sugarman, pp. 216-224
        11. Education for Jewish Identity and Jewish Continuity in the Open Society by Zalmen Slesinger, pp. 225-236
        12. [+]
          German Jewry Was Different by Alfred Jospe, pp. 237-247 - 1 Review
          1. Freud, Jews, and Other Germans by Peter Gay
        13. [+]
          More Light on Job by Brevard S. Childs, pp. 248-249 - 1 Review
          1. The Book of Job by Robert Gordis
        14. [+]
          The Way of Integration by David Schatz, pp. 250-258 - 1 Review
          1. Maimonides by David Hartman
      2. [+]
        Summer 1979 Issue = 15 Articles
        1. The First Reader by R.G., pp. 259-262
        2. A Dynamic Halakhah by Robert Gordis, pp. 263-282
        3. Nazism Resurgent by Ragnar Kvam, pp. 283-292
        4. The Disturbing Case of Feodor Fedorenko by Matthew Rinaldi, pp. 293-303
        5. Paranoia About Fundamentalists? by David A. Rausch, pp. 304-308
        6. The Creation in Jewish Liturgy by Jakob J. Petuchowski, pp. 309-315
        7. Why Do The Righteous Suffer? by Harold S. Kushner, pp. 316-323
        8. Looking Beyond Peace by Melvin I. Urofsky, pp. 324-333
        9. Identity Problems in the State of Israel by Eliezer Berkovits, pp. 334-344
        10. Was Spinoza A "Jewish" Philosopher? by Isaac Franck, pp. 345-352
        11. The Mystery of the Red Heifer by William Etkin, pp. 353-356
        12. The Evolution of the Masada Myth by Baila R. Shargel, pp. 357-372
        13. Coming Out of the Assimilationist Closet by Sanford Pinsker, pp. 373-380
        14. [+]
          A Welcome Antidote by Charles S. Liebman, p. 381 - 1 Review
          1. Jewish Identity in an Age of Ideologies by Jacob B. Agus
        15. [+]
          A Valuable Explication by S. Daniel Breslauer, pp. 382-385 - 1 Review
          1. Reform Judaism Today by Eugene B. Borowitz
      3. [+]
        Fall 1979 Issue = 18 Articles
        1. The First Reader by R.G., pp. 387-390
        2. The Holocaust and the American Jewish Intellectual by Stephen J. Whitfield, pp. 391-401
        3. Jews in the Structure of Western Institutions by Peter Riesenberg, pp. 402-415
        4. Blood Relations by Barbara Kreiger, pp. 416-422
        5. Intermarriage and the Proselyte by Moshe A. Moskowitz, pp. 423-433
        6. Origins of Man and God by Sidney H. Schwarz, pp. 434-438
        7. Two Faces of Orthodoxy in America by Lawrence Kaplan#2, pp. 439-448
        8. Ethnic Activism: The Hasidic Example by Jerome R. Mintz, pp. 449-464
        9. Anti-Semitism in the U.S. and the U.S.S.R. by Samuel J. Jacobs, pp. 465-474
        10. Soviet Anti-Semitism by Boris M. Segal, pp. 475-481
        11. Poems from the Hebrew by Bernhard Frank, pp. 482-483
        12. Witness and Rebellion by Maurice Friedman, pp. 484-491
        13. [+]
          Popularizing the Esoteric by Lawrence Fine, pp. 492-501 - 4 Reviews
          1. Kabbalah: The Way of the Jewish Mystic by Perle Epstein
          2. Jewish Mystical Testimonies by Louis Jacobs
          3. Understanding Jewish Mysticism by David R. Blumenthal
          4. Your Word Is Fire by Arthur Green and Barry W. Holtz
        14. [+]
          An Early Sephardi Zionist by Etan Levine, pp. 502-503 - 1 Review
          1. Rabbi Yisrael Moshe Hazzan by Jose Faur
        15. [+]
          From Judaism to Americanism by Lawrence J. Epstein, p. 504 - 1 Review
          1. Judaism and the American Idea by Milton R. Konvitz
        16. [+]
          Distinguished Lectures by Bernard Martin, pp. 505-506 - 1 Review
          1. Tradition and Change in Jewish Experience by A. Leland Jamison
        17. [+]
          Hebrew in America: Dream and Reality by Stanley Nash, pp. 507-509 - 1 Review
          1. Seekers and Stalwarts by Jacob Kabakoff
        18. Index to Volume 28, pp. 510-514
      4. [+]
        Winter 1979 Issue = 17 Articles
        1. The First Reader by R.G., pp. 3-6
        2. Jewish Writers Past and Present by Edward Alexander, pp. 7-13
        3. The Sanctuary of Absence by Freema Gottlieb, pp. 14-22
        4. Saul Bellow and the Moral Imagination by Irving Halperin, pp. 23-30
        5. Tradition and Modernity in the German Ghetto Novel by Lothar Kahn, pp. 31-41
        6. Bellow's Jerusalem by Irving S. Saposnik, pp. 42-50
        7. Malamud's Short Stories by Marcia B. Gealy, pp. 51-61
        8. Egyptian Anti-Semitism by Howard Adelman, pp. 62-71
        9. God That Mourner---Israel's Companion in Tragedy by Melvin Jay Glatt, pp. 72-79
        10. Priorities in Zedakah and Their Implications by Tzvi Marx, pp. 80-89
        11. Death Experiences in Rabbinic Literature by David S. Shapiro, pp. 90-94
        12. Louis Jacobs by Byron L. Sherwin, pp. 95-108
        13. A Rabbi-Physician's Prescription for Effective Sermons by Henry A. Sosland, pp. 109-113
        14. Schiller on the Mission of Moses by Sol Liptzin, pp. 114-119
        15. [+]
          The Rabbinate In This Country by Richard Hirsch, p. 120 - 1 Review
          1. Rabbi: The American Experience by Murray Polner
        16. [+]
          History In Our Day by Joseph P. Sternstein, pp. 121-125 - 2 Reviews
          1. Abba Eban: An Autobiography by Abba Eban
          2. The Revolt by Menachem Begin
        17. Communications by Benjamin Szold Levin, Niel Hirschson, and Blu Greenberg, ..., pp. 126-129
  2. [+]
    Issues of the 1980s = 10 Years, 39 Issues, 781 Articles
    1. [+]
      Issues of 1980 = 3 Issues, 56 Articles
      1. [+]
        Spring 1980 Issue = 14 Articles
        1. The First Reader by R.G., pp. 131-135
        2. Talking Back to the Boss by Loren E. Lomasky, pp. 136-145
        3. Peretz Among The Jews by Richard J. Fein, pp. 146-152
        4. The "Bourgeois Humanism" of American Jews by Stephen J. Whitfield, pp. 153-166
        5. The Liberal and The Lady by Jonathan Magonet, pp. 167-176
        6. Exile and Redemption by Ben Halpern, pp. 177-184
        7. The Wise Men of Helm by Israel Knox, pp. 185-196
        8. Evolving Relations Between Israel and the Third World by Susan Aurelia Gitelson, pp. 197-207
        9. Abraham in Egypt by Howard Schwartz, p. 208
        10. The God of Mordecai Kaplan by David Brusin, pp. 209-220
        11. Jewish Survival by Abraham S. Halkin, pp. 221-232
        12. The "Incomprehensibility" of the Holocaust by Dan Magurshak, pp. 233-242
        13. [+]
          The Jews of Spain and Provence in the Middle Ages by Edouard Roditi, pp. 243-247 - 1 Review
          1. Les Juifs a la Fin du Moyen Age Dans l'Europe Mediterraneenne by Maurice Kriegel
        14. [+]
          In Transition by Jacob B. Agus, pp. 248-257 - 4 Reviews
          1. Understanding Conservative Judaism by Robert Gordis and Max Gelb
          2. Movements and Issues in American Judaism by Bruce Martin
          3. Ancient Roots and Modern Meanings by Jerry V. Diller
          4. Unorthodox Judaism by Norman B. Mirsky
      2. [+]
        Summer 1980 Issue = 18 Articles
        1. The First Reader by R.G., pp. 259-264
        2. "Piety" and Honesty by Louis Isaac Rabinowitz, pp. 265-271
        3. The Islamic Connection by Trude Weiss-Rosmarin, pp. 272-278
        4. Zionism and Judaism by Yehudi Adam, pp. 279-285
        5. Ahad Ha-am and Leopold Zunz by Alfred Gottschalk, pp. 286-294
        6. The Simpleton's Prayer by Marc Saperstein, pp. 295-303
        7. The Invisible Carmel by Zelda, p. 304
        8. The Yiddish Word Persists by Meyer Bass, pp. 305-309
        9. Hebrew Literature in America by Tina Levitan, pp. 310-322
        10. Why Did Esay Spurn the Birthright? by Reuben Ahroni, pp. 323-331
        11. Martin Buber and the American Jewish Counterculture by Yitzhak Ahren and Jack Nusan Porter, pp. 332-339
        12. Sons Against Their Fathers by Michael D. Oppenheim, pp. 340-352
        13. Life History Data in the Bible, from Abraham to Joshua by Michael L. Rosenzweig, pp. 353-359
        14. Talmudic Medicine by Stephen Newmyer, pp. 360-367
        15. Rafael Trujillo---"Caribbean Cyrus" by Hyman J. Kisch, pp. 368-377
        16. [+]
          Elijah, the Ubiquitous by Lawrence L. Besserman, p. 378 - 1 Review
          1. The Prophet Elijah in the Development of Judaism by Aharon Wiener
        17. [+]
          Discovering Lost Treasures by Arnold Ages, pp. 379-380 - 1 Review
          1. Jerome's Commentary on Daniel by Jay Braverman
        18. [+]
          A Unique Rabbi by Isidor B. Hoffman, pp. 381-385 - 1 Review
          1. Milton Steinberg by Simon Noveck
      3. [+]
        Winter 1980 Issue = 24 Articles
        1. The First Reader by R.G., p. 3
        2. Halakhah, Authority and the Future of Judaism by R.G., p. 4
        3. Halakhah In Modern Jewish Life by Immanuel Jakobovits, pp. 5-8
        4. The Principle of Polarity by Emanuel Rackman, pp. 9-11
        5. Conservative Tendencies in the Halakhah by Marvin Fox, pp. 12-17
        6. Departure by Bernhard Frank, p. 18
        7. No Abrogation by David S. Shapiro, pp. 19-25
        8. Is Sociology Integral to the Halakhah by Walter S. Wurzburger, pp. 26-29
        9. Halakhah as an Absolute by J. David Bleich, pp. 30-37
        10. Change and Status Quo by David Novak, pp. 38-42
        11. The Struggle for Change by Ben Zion Bokser, pp. 43-44
        12. The Talmud as the Final Authority by Louis Jacobs, pp. 45-47
        13. She Turns Nevertheless by Bernhard Frank, p. 48
        14. Let Jewish Law Move Again by Seymour Siegel, pp. 49-51
        15. Halakhah and History by Jacob Neusner, pp. 52-56
        16. A Theological Foundation for the Halakhah by Jacob B. Agus, pp. 57-63
        17. There Is No "One" Halakhah by Ira Eisenstein, pp. 64-65
        18. Sufficiently Dynamic? by Solomon B. Freehof, pp. 66-67
        19. Halakhah is Absolute and Passe by Eugene Mihaly, pp. 68-75
        20. Halakhah and the Role of the Community by Leonard S. Kravitz, pp. 76-80
        21. Who is the "Author"? by Alvin J. Reines, pp. 81-84
        22. The Halakhah, Past, Present and Future: a Reply to the Responses by Robert Gordis, pp. 85-109
        23. "To Do Justly" by Mark F. Lewis, pp. 110-121
        24. [+]
          Arendt Revisited by Henry L. Feingold, pp. 122-130 - 1 Review
          1. The Jew as Pariah by Hannah Arendt and Ron H. Feldman
    2. [+]
      Issues of 1981 = 4 Issues, 79 Articles
      1. [+]
        Spring 1981 Issue = 19 Articles
        1. First Reader by R.G., pp. 131-133
        2. The American Jew in the Eighties by Lothar Kahn, pp. 134-141
        3. Jewish Impotence---Jewish Power by Sidney H. Schwarz, pp. 142-150
        4. Jews in the Eighties by Jacques Torczyner, pp. 151-155
        5. The American Jewish Community of the 1980s by Richard Maass, pp. 156-162
        6. Optimism Is Realism by Theodore R. Mann, pp. 163-168
        7. Moses Mendelssohn by Eva Jospe, pp. 169-182
        8. Steps Toward Feminine Imagery of Deity in Jewish Theology by Rita M. Gross, pp. 183-193
        9. Three Mothers by Freema Gottlieb, pp. 194-203
        10. The Work of Bertha Pappenheim by Ruth Rapp Dresner, pp. 204-211
        11. Female Humanity by Marc Lee Raphael, pp. 212-224
        12. Secular Tradition in Our Day: An Exchange by Ben Halpern, pp. 225-227
        13. Does Secular Judaism Have a Future? by Robert Gordis, pp. 228-232
        14. Alternatives in Jewish Theology by S. Daniel Breslauer, pp. 233-245
        15. Words For Passover by Melvin Wilk, p. 246
        16. "Of All Small Things..." by David R. Blumenthal, pp. 247-248
        17. Gathering the Sparks by Howard Schwartz, p. 249
        18. [+]
          Rav Kook and the Mysticism of Political Renewal by David Ariel, pp. 250-254 - 1 Review
          1. Abraham Isaac Kook by Ben Zion Bokser and Abraham Isaac Kook
        19. [+]
          Answers to Questions by Samuel N. Hoenig, pp. 255-258 - 1 Review
          1. Erez-Israel in the Responsa Literature by Israel Schepansky
      2. [+]
        Summer 1981 Issue = 21 Articles
        1. First Reader by R.G., pp. 259-262
        2. The Roots of Anti-Semitism by Mitchell Silver, pp. 263-268
        3. Hating the Jews by Neil J. Kressel, pp. 269-275
        4. Anti-Semitism by Eugene Fisher, pp. 276-282
        5. Black Anti-Semitism by Sol Roth, pp. 283-289
        6. Black-Jewish Relations by Nathan Perlmutter, pp. 290-294
        7. The Medium Has A Message by M. Ethan Katsh, pp. 295-304
        8. Shiva by Ellen Frankel, p. 305
        9. Jews, Cults and Apostates by Allen S. Maller, pp. 306-311
        10. Conversion to Judaism by Steven Huberman, pp. 312-321
        11. Jewish Identity by Mark A. Bernheim, pp. 322-334
        12. Invoking the Holocaust by Deborah Lipstadt, pp. 335-343
        13. Zacharias Frankel and the European Origins of Conservative Judaism by Ismar Schorsch, pp. 344-354
        14. Judaism as an Art by Allan Lazaroff, pp. 355-362
        15. [+]
          Buber's Way to "I and Thou" by Maurice Friedman, pp. 363-368 - 1 Review
          1. Buber's Way to "I and Thou" by Rivka Horwitz
        16. [+]
          Abraham Joshua Heschel and the Divine-Human Encounter by John C. Merkle, pp. 369-374 - 2 Reviews
          1. Abraham Joshua Heschel by Byron L. Sherwin
          2. Divine-Human Encounter by Harold Kasimow
        17. [+]
          Chinese Jews: Facts and Fictions by Anson Laytner, pp. 375-376 - 1 Review
          1. Mandarins, Jews, and Missionaries by Michael Pollak
        18. [+]
          The Founder of Ethical Culture by Alan W. Miller, pp. 377-380 - 1 Review
          1. From Reform Judaism to Ethical Culture by Benny Kraut
        19. Trends Within Contemporary Orthodoxy by William B. Helmreich, p. 381
        20.  ---  by Lawrence Kaplan#2, pp. 382-383
        21. "Unobservant," "Modern" and Other Orthodox Jews by Robert Gordis, pp. 384-386
      3. [+]
        Fall 1981 Issue = 19 Articles
        1. The First Reader by R.G., pp. 387-389
        2. The Genesis of JUDAISM by Robert Gordis, pp. 390-395
        3. Night Train From Milan by David W. Weiss, pp. 396-406
        4. Returning to Germany by Bernhard Frank, pp. 407-410
        5. The Trials of Sarah by Adrien Janis Bledstein, pp. 411-417
        6. The Dilemma of Women's Equality in the History of Reform Judaism by Riv-Ellen Prell, pp. 418-426
        7. The Tragedy of Bourgeois Cosmopolitanism by Norman Levine, pp. 427-433
        8. What Is A Jew? by Jakob J. Petuchowski, pp. 434-442
        9. Cemetery in Missouri by Allen Kanfer, p. 443
        10. Toward a Theory of Modern Jewish Social Control by Norman B. Mirsky, pp. 444-452
        11. C.G. Montefiore and his Quest by Maurice G. Bowler, pp. 453-459
        12. Orthodoxy Resurgent by David J. Schnall, pp. 460-466
        13. History and Modern Jewish Thought by Michael L. Morgan, pp. 467-479
        14. [+]
          Mr. Sammler's Planet Ten Years Later by Sol Gittleman, pp. 480-483 - 1 Review
          1. Mr. Sammler's Planet by Saul Bellow
        15. A Study in Ambivalence by Mehahem D. Rotshtein, pp. 484-495
        16. [+]
          2 Reviews The Messiah Texts, by Raphael Patai by Ira Robinson, pp. 496-498 - 2 Reviews
          1. The Messiah Texts by Raphael Patai
          2. Revelation and Redemption by George Wesley Buchanan
        17. [+]
          Opening Another Gate by Eric Friedland, pp. 499-503 - 1 Review
          1. Gates of Forgiveness by Chaim Stern
        18. [+]
          Jews in Europe by David Biale, pp. 504-508 - 2 Reviews
          1. Prophets Without Honour by Frederic V. Grunfeld
          2. The Tongue Set Free by Elias Canetti
        19. Index to Volume 30, pp. 509-513
      4. [+]
        Winter 1981 Issue = 20 Articles
        1. The First Reader by R.G., pp. 3-4
        2. Mordecai M. Kaplan by Robert Gordis, pp. 5-10
        3. The Man by Judith K. Eisenstein, pp. 11-14
        4. My Teacher: A Reminiscence by Max J. Routtenberg, pp. 15-20
        5. Dr. Kaplan as a Teacher by David Lieber, pp. 21-24
        6. "I Also Am Evolving" by Dennis C. Sasso, pp. 25-29
        7. His Thought by Jacob B. Agus, pp. 30-35
        8. Kaplan's Hypothesis of Faith by Meir Ben-Horin, pp. 36-44
        9. The Transnatural Theology of Mordecai M. Kaplan by William E. Kaufman, pp. 45-52
        10. Judaism---A Civilization by Eliezer Berkovits, pp. 53-58
        11. Kaplan and Jewish Law by Seymour Siegel, pp. 59-66
        12. Myths About Mordecai Kaplan by Ira Eisenstein, pp. 67-71
        13. His Influence by Bernard Martin, pp. 72-82
        14. Implication and Meaning in Kaplan's Use of Classical Jewish Sources by Ronald A. Brauner, pp. 83-86
        15. On the Making of Jews by Walter I. Ackerman, pp. 87-95
        16. Kaplan's Influence on the Jewish Community Center Movement by Herbert Millman, pp. 96-103
        17. Wife of Kohelet by Shlomit Cohen, p. 104
        18. The Best of Both Worlds by Jennie Machlowitz Klein, pp. 105-110
        19. Modern Zionism---An Historic Perspective by Samuel Schafler, pp. 111-119
        20. An Interview with Walter Kaufmann by Trude Weiss-Rosmarin, p. 120
    3. [+]
      Issues of 1982 = 4 Issues, 85 Articles
      1. [+]
        Spring 1982 Issue = 16 Articles
        1. The First Reader by R.G., pp. 131-134
        2. Piety and Politics by Allan L. Nadler, pp. 135-152
        3. Visions of the American Jewish Messiah by Elliot B. Gertel, pp. 153-165
        4. Academia and the Holocaust by Alan L. Berger, pp. 166-176
        5. [+]
          Reading the Holocaust by David R. Mesher, pp. 177-184 - 4 Reviews
          1. A Double Dying by Alvin H. Rosenfeld
          2. The Resonance of Dust by Edward Alexander
          3. By Words Alone by Sidra DeKoven Ezrahi
          4. Versions of Survival by Lawrence L. Langer
        6. [+]
          Faith and the Holocaust by Benny Kraut, pp. 185-201 - 2 Reviews
          1. With God in Hell by Eliezer Berkovits
          2. The Faith and Doubt of Holocaust Survivors by Reeve Robert Brenner
        7. The Perfection of God and the Presence of Evil by Kenneth R. Seeskin, pp. 202-209
        8. Torah by Melvin Wilk, p. 210
        9. Rabbi Nachman of Bratslav by Howard Schwartz, pp. 211-224
        10. The Tales of the Menorah by Nachman of Bratslav, p. 225
        11. The Lost Princess by Nachman of Bratslav, pp. 225-228
        12. Walter Kaufmann's Mismeeting With Martin Buber by Maurice Friedman, pp. 229-239
        13. I Had Been a Rachel by Shelley Kaplan, p. 240
        14. Stefan Zweig and Judaism by Alfred Wolf, pp. 241-245
        15. [+]
          An Irrational Society Revisited by Herbert A. Yoskowitz, pp. 246-253 - 1 Review
          1. Fin-de-Siecle Vienna: Politics and Culture by Carl E. Schorske
        16. [+]
          A Contemporary View of the Mediaevalists by Louis Jacobs, pp. 254-257 - 1 Review
          1. Maimonides and Aquinas by Jacob Haberman
      2. [+]
        Summer 1982 Issue = 23 Articles
        1. The First Reader by R.G., pp. 259-263
        2. The Thirtieth Birthday of Judaism by Ruth B. Waxman, pp. 264-265
        3. Morning Session by Harold Bloom, pp. 266-273
        4. The Jew Who Didn't Get Away: On the Possibility of an American Jewish Culture by Robert Alter, pp. 274-286
        5. Testimonial Luncheon for Dr. Gordis by Alfred Gottschalk, p. 287
        6. The Contribution of Dr. Gordis by Henry Siegman, pp. 288-289
        7. A Brief Response by Robert Gordis, pp. 290-291
        8. Afternoon Session by Samuel E. Karff, pp. 292-295
        9. The American-Jewish Experience: A Conservative Perspective by Harold S. Kushner, pp. 296-298
        10. Denominationalism and the American Experience---An Orthodox View by Walter S. Wurzburger, pp. 299-302
        11. Tel-Aviv by Mordecai Roshwald, pp. 303-310
        12. Neo-Nazism, Neo-Fascism, and Terrorism by Jack Nusan Porter, pp. 311-321
        13. Bellow, Malamud, Roth...and Styron? by Irving S. Saposnik, pp. 322-331
        14. The Talmud Lesson by Ellen Frankel, p. 332
        15. Reflections on the Inevitability of Death by Moshe Halevi Spero, pp. 333-345
        16. Monologue From The Grave by Renee Luria Leopold, p. 346
        17. The Eternal Triangle by William Abrams, pp. 347-354
        18. [+]
          A New Stage in Jewish-Christian Dialogue by Michael Wyschogrod, pp. 355-366 - 2 Reviews
          1. A Christian Theology of Judaism by Clemens Thoma
          2. Tractate on the Jews by Franz Mussner
        19. [+]
          Why Do We Do What Is Right? by Michael L. Morgan, pp. 367-371 - 1 Review
          1. Divine Commands and Moral Requirements by Philip L. Quinn
        20. [+]
          A Medieval View of the Aggadah by Jeremy Cohen, pp. 372-375 - 1 Review
          1. Decoding the Rabbis by Marc Saperstein
        21. [+]
          Anti-Semitism Is Always With Us by Steven Lowenstein, pp. 376-379 - 1 Review
          1. From Prejudice to Destruction by Jacob Katz
        22. Jericho by Donia Clenman, p. 380
        23. Communications by David S. Shapiro and Phillip Sigal, pp. 381-386
      3. [+]
        Fall 1982 Issue = 28 Articles
        1. The First Reader by R.G., pp. 387-389
        2. Reform and Conservative Judaism In Israel by Ephraim Tabory, pp. 390-400
        3. Religious Pluralism in Israel by Robert Gordis, pp. 401-402
        4. The M'sorati Movment by Seymour Cohen, pp. 403-404
        5. The Work of the World Union for Progressive Judaism by Nissim Eliad, pp. 405-409
        6. An Agenda for Conservative Judaism in Israel by Hertzel Fishman, pp. 410-413
        7. Projections for Reform and Conservatism in Israel by Theodore Friedman, pp. 414-417
        8. Present Problems and Future Prospcts by David M. Gordis, pp. 418-420
        9. A Strategy for non-Orthodox Judaism in Israel by Alfred Gottschalk, pp. 421-424
        10. A Response to Tabory by Richard G. Hirsch, pp. 425-430
        11. Prospects for a Traditional Religious Movement in Israel by Moshe Kol, pp. 431-433
        12. More Than Worship Is Needed by Michael Langer, pp. 434-437
        13. An Agenda for Reform Judaism in Israel by Herman E. Schaalman, pp. 438-440
        14. The Challenge to Conservative Judaism in Israel by Mordecai Waxman, pp. 441-446
        15. Inner Weakness in Reform and Conservative Judaism in Israel by Moses Cyrus Weiler, pp. 447-449
        16. The Mandate for Conservative Judaism in Israel by Marshall Wolke, pp. 450-451
        17. New Winds Blowing by Ira S. Youdovin, pp. 452-455
        18. The Roots of non-Orthodoxy in Israel by Moshe Zemer, pp. 456-457
        19. Rabbi by Gary Pacernik, p. 458
        20. Universalism in the Philosophy of Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik by Z'vi Kurzweil, pp. 459-471
        21. The Case for Count Clermont-Tonnerre by Jakob J. Petuchowski, pp. 472-477
        22. Creative Assimilation and its Benefits by Rebecca Scherer, pp. 478-484
        23. [+]
          A Whole New Megillah by Eric L. Friedland, pp. 485-490 - 1 Review
          1. Megillat Hanukkah by Arthur A. Chiel
        24. [+]
          The Jewish Muse by Bernhard Frank, pp. 491-498 - 3 Reviews
          1. Hebrew Ballads and Other Poems by Else Lasker-Schuler
          2. The Syrian-African Rift and Other Poems by Avoth Yeshurun
          3. In Light of Genesis by Pamela White Hadas
        25. [+]
          Jewish Justice by Leo Pfeffer, pp. 499-501 - 1 Review
          1. Jewish Justice and Conciliation by Israel Goldstein
        26. [+]
          Critics, Too, Need Their Consciousness Raised by Miriam Roshwald, pp. 502-505 - 1 Review
          1. Immigrant-Survivors by Dorothy Seidman Bilik
        27. Communications by Eugene J. Fisher and Robert Gordis, pp. 506-507
        28. Index to Volume 31, pp. 508-514
      4. [+]
        Winter 1982 Issue = 18 Articles
        1. The First Reader by R.G., pp. 3-5
        2. The Sabbath Is Forever---A Symposium by Robert Gordis, pp. 6-11
        3. The Biblical Sabbath: Its Origin and Observance in the Ancient Near East by Cyrus H. Gordon, pp. 12-16
        4. A Sabbath at Grandfather's by Uri Gordon, pp. 17-20
        5. Sephardic Shabbat by Marc D. Angel, pp. 21-25
        6. The Sabbath in the Kabbalah by Elliot K. Ginsburg, pp. 26-36
        7. The Sabbath as Dialectic: The Meaning and Role by Chaim I. Waxman, pp. 37-44
        8. The Sabbath and Conservative Judaism by Seymour Siegel, pp. 45-54
        9. Reform's Concern With The Sabbath by W. Gunther Plaut, pp. 55-62
        10. The Sabbath in Reconstructionism by Jacob J. Staub, pp. 63-69
        11. Jewish Secularism and the Sabbath by Israel Knox, pp. 70-74
        12. Toward a Renewal of Sabbath Halakhah by Phillip Sigal, pp. 75-86
        13. Shabbat---A Key to Spiritual Renewal in Israel by Pinchas Peli, pp. 87-92
        14. The Sabbath in Israel: Law and Life by Theodore Friedman, pp. 93-98
        15. Biblical Myth and Contemporary Experience by Michael Brown, pp. 99-111
        16. [+]
          A Jewish Response to a New Christian Theology by David Novak, pp. 112-120 - 1 Review
          1. Discerning the Way by Paul M. Van Buren
        17. [+]
          Another View of Jewish History by Jacob Kabakoff, pp. 121-123 - 1 Review
          1. Seven Jewish Cultures by Efraim Shmueli
        18. [+]
          Biale On Scholem by Michael L. Morgan, pp. 124-129 - 1 Review
          1. Gershom Scholem: Kabbalah and Counter-History by David Biale
    4. [+]
      Issues of 1983 = 4 Issues, 95 Articles
      1. [+]
        Spring 1983 Issue = 16 Articles
        1. The First Reader by R.G., pp. 131-135
        2. The Radical Persuasion in American Jewish History by Stephen J. Whitfield, pp. 136-152
        3. The Ugly Jew and the Cry for Normalcy by Lothar Kahn, pp. 153-159
        4. Hasidism Through the Eyes of Three Masters by Samuel H. Dresner, pp. 160-169
        5. Rethinking Zionism by William Kluback, pp. 170-175
        6. Some Difficulties in Dialogue by Henry Bamberger, pp. 176-183
        7. Jews, Arabs and Japanese by Ben Zion Bokser, pp. 184-187
        8. Buber and Ebner by Rivka Horwitz, pp. 188-195
        9. Thinking In Our Ancestors' Categories by Jakob J. Petuchowski, pp. 196-204
        10. The Messianic Ideal and the Apocalyptic Vision by Jacob B. Agus, pp. 205-214
        11. The Centenary of Jewish Immigration to the United States: 1881-1981 by Joseph Edelman, pp. 215-229
        12. The Ethics of Gilgul by S. Daniel Breslauer, pp. 230-235
        13. The Four Faces of God by William Orbach, pp. 236-247
        14. [+]
          Lessons from the Holocaust by Hans O. Tiefel, pp. 248-251 - 2 Reviews
          1. Generations of the Holocaust by Martin S. Bergmann and Milton E. Jucovy
          2. Auschwitz: Beginning of a New Era? Reflections on the Holocaust by Eva Fleischner
        15. [+]
          Earl Shorris' Neoconservative Problem---and Mine by Sanford Pinsker, pp. 252-253 - 1 Review
          1. Jews Without Mercy by Earl Shorris
        16. [+]
          A Druse Looks at Israel by Steven Bowman, pp. 254-258 - 1 Review
          1. The West Bank Story by Rafik Halabi
      2. [+]
        Summer 1983 Issue = 31 Articles
        1. The First Reader by R.G., pp. 259-261
        2. The Nature of the Problem by Robert Gordis, p. 262
        3. Approaches to the Problem by Jerold S. Auerbach, pp. 263-266
        4. Seeking Ease in Exile by Edward Alexander, pp. 267-270
        5. Jewish Civilization is Ancillary by Ira Eisenstein, pp. 271-272
        6. American Jewry---Competing Loyalties by Arnold M. Goodman, pp. 273-275
        7. Multiple Loyalties Do Not Mean Disloyalty by Philip M. Klutznick, pp. 276-277
        8. No Escape From Hyphenation by Milton R. Konvitz, pp. 278-279
        9. Parallel Centers for Jewish Creativity by Anne Lapidus Lerner, pp. 280-282
        10. Anti-Semitism---No Cause for Alarm by Leo Pfeffer, pp. 283-285
        11. "Dual Loyalty" is Oversimplification by Emanuel Rackman, pp. 286-288
        12. Loyalty by Anne Roiphe, pp. 289-291
        13. The Key is the Covenant by Herman E. Schaalman, pp. 292-293
        14. Loyalties Are Always Complex by Harold M. Schulweis, pp. 294-295
        15. We Can Live With Ambiguity by Daniel Jeremy Silver, pp. 296-298
        16. There Need Be No Conflict by Walter S. Wurzburger, pp. 299-301
        17. Torah and the Megabombs by Joseph Polak, pp. 302-308
        18. God After the Holocaust by John Fischer, pp. 309-320
        19. Maimonides and our Love for God by Shubert Spero, pp. 321-329
        20. Qumran---The Essenes by Donia Clenman, p. 330
        21. Two That Are One---Sibling Rivalry in Genesis by Norman J. Cohen, pp. 331-342
        22. The Scarred Countenance by Karl A. Plank, pp. 343-354
        23. Where is Jewish Culture to be Found? by Trude Weiss-Rosmarin, pp. 355-357
        24. Possible Deus Homo? by David S. Shapiro, pp. 358-364
        25. A Lost Heritage by Doreen Polianich, pp. 365-366
        26. [+]
          Looking at Religious Faith by Jacob B. Agus, p. 367 - 1 Review
          1. Monotheism by Lenn Evan Goodman
        27. [+]
          Anti-Semitism in Britain by William Frankel, pp. 368-369 - 2 Reviews
          1. Anti-Semitism in British Society, 1876-1939 by Colin Holmes
          2. Political Anti-Semitism in England, 1918-1939 by Gisela C. Lebzelter
        28. [+]
          Traditionalism is Here Again by Marshall J. Breger, pp. 370-371 - 1 Review
          1. Back to Basics by Burton Yale Pines
        29. [+]
          A Clear-Eyed View of the Battles by Howard M. Sachar, pp. 372-374 - 1 Review
          1. The Arab-Israeli Wars by Chaim Herzog
        30. Communications by Eliyahu Safran, Solomon B. Freehof, and Ronald Gruen, ..., pp. 375-379
        31. Books Received, pp. 380-385
      3. [+]
        Fall 1983 Issue = 27 Articles
        1. The First Reader by R.G., pp. 287-389
        2. Homosexuality and Traditional Religion by Robert Gordis, pp. 390-391
        3. Homosexuality and Judaism by Nathaniel S. Lehrman, pp. 392-404
        4. Homosexuality: A Counselling Perspective by Sol Gordon, pp. 405-409
        5. Homosexuality---Today by Natalie Shainess, pp. 410-414
        6. Discrimination is Wrong by Ira Eisenstein, pp. 415-416
        7. Is There a Reform Response to Homosexuality? by Rav A. Soloff, pp. 417-424
        8. Preferences Are Not Practices by Walter S. Wurzburger, p. 425
        9. Homosexuality and Jewish Law by David M. Feldman, pp. 426-429
        10. A Call for Compassion by Hershel J. Matt, pp. 430-432
        11. Talmud Class in a Gay Synagogue by Henry Rabinowitz, pp. 433-443
        12. The Meaning of Suffering by Matthew B. Schwartz, pp. 444-451
        13. "The Two of Them Went Together (Genesis 22:6) by Alan Henkin, pp. 452-461
        14. Prayer for the New Year by Gary Pacernick, p. 462
        15. The Judgment of Solomon by S. Levin, pp. 463-465
        16. Women, Religious Rejuvenation and Judaism by S. Daniel Breslauer, pp. 466-476
        17. The Forces of Nature, the Forces of Spirit by David W. Weiss, pp. 477-487
        18. Reversing the Order (fiction) by Howard Schwartz, pp. 488-490
        19. [+]
          The Time for Ideology is Over by Daniel Jeremy Silver, pp. 491-494 - 3 Reviews
          1. The Making of Modern Zionism by Shlomo Avineri
          2. Zionism: The Formative Years by David Vital
          3. Between Right and Right by Abraham B. Yehoshua
        20. A Blessing by Israel A. Ben-Yosef, p. 495
        21. Let Us Make Man by David Sparenberg, p. 496
        22. [+]
          Timerman Again! by Henry I. Sobel, pp. 497-498 - 1 Review
          1. The Longest War by Jacobo Timerman
        23. [+]
          Old-Fashioned History by Shaye J.D. Cohen, p. 499 - 1 Review
          1. The History of the Jewish People, Vol. I: The Antiquity by Moses A. Shulvass
        24. [+]
          We Must Not Forget by Joseph Sungolowsky, pp. 500-502 - 1 Review
          1. The Holocaust as Historical Experience by Yehuda Bauer and Nathan Rotenstreich
        25. Books Received, pp. 503-506
        26. Index to Volume 32, pp. 507-510
        27. Guide for the Perplexed by Edmund Pennant, pp. 511-514
      4. [+]
        Winter 1983 Issue = 21 Articles
        1. The First Reader by R.G., pp. 3-8
        2. David Ben Gurion's Attitude Toward the Diaspora by Zeev Tzahor, pp. 9-22
        3. The Religious Criminal by Jeffrey M. Cohen, pp. 23-26
        4. The Mission of Israel in a Nuclear Age by Levi A. Olan, pp. 27-33
        5. Judaism and Process Philosophy by William E. Kaufman, pp. 34-39
        6. Non-Observance and Jewish Law by Solomon B. Freehof, pp. 40-42
        7. A Typology of Biblical Women by Frederick E. Greenspahn, pp. 43-50
        8. A Legend Concerning the Origins of the Shema by Reuven Hammer, pp. 51-55
        9. The Light by Zvi Ya'ir, p. 56
        10. The Contribution of Abraham Joshua Heshel by Samuel H. Dresner, pp. 57-69
        11. Gershom Scholem and Anarchism as a Jewish Philosophy by David Biale, pp. 70-76
        12. The Bible and Politics by Rifat Sonsino, pp. 77-83
        13. The Aggadic Tradition by Howard Schwartz, pp. 84-102
        14. Jerusalem, A Portrait by Mordecai Roshwald, pp. 103-107
        15. [+]
          "Upper City" Then---"Jewish Quarter" Now by Salamon Faber, pp. 108-113 - 1 Review
          1. The Upper City of Jerusalem by Nahmum Avigad
        16. [+]
          Making the Halakhah Viable by Theodore Friedman, pp. 114-118 - 1 Review
          1. Law and Religion by Ze'ev W. Falk
        17. My Daughter Studies Hebrew and Arabic by Donia Clenman, p. 119
        18. [+]
          Another View of Buber by S. Daniel Breslauer, p. 120 - 1 Review
          1. Buber on God and the Perfect Man by Pamela Vermes
        19. [+]
          Plus ca change...? by Frederick Busi, pp. 121-124 - 1 Review
          1. Vichy France and the Jews by Michael R. Marrus and Robert O. Paxton
        20. [+]
          When Begin and Sadat Met by Melvin I. Urofsky, pp. 125-126 - 2 Reviews
          1. Breakthrough by Moshe Dayan
          2. Egypt and Israel by Howard M. Sachar
        21. Books Received, pp. 127-129
    5. [+]
      Issues of 1984 = 4 Issues, 85 Articles
      1. [+]
        Spring 1984 Issue = 20 Articles
        1. The First Reader by R.G., pp. 131-134
        2. The Scholarship of Saul Lieberman by Phillip Sigal, pp. 135-145
        3. Sephardim and Ashkenazim by Daniel J. Elazar, pp. 146-159
        4. Abraham and God by Jonathan Magonet, pp. 160-170
        5. Reconstructionism and Conservative Judaism by Sidney H. Schwarz, pp. 171-178
        6. Miriam's Song by Norman J. Cohen, pp. 179-190
        7. Uncertainty and Unity by Philip Jay Bentley, pp. 191-200
        8. Lean A Ladder by Bernhard Frank, p. 201
        9. Characteristics of Biblical Law by Rifat Sonsino, pp. 202-209
        10. On Adultery in Biblical and Babylonian Law---A Note by Robert Gordis, pp. 210-211
        11. The Dilemma of Jewish Education by Isa Aron and David Ellenson, pp. 212-219
        12. Strategem by Edmund Pennant, p. 220
        13. Alcohol and Drug Abuse in the Perspective of Jewish Tradition by David Novak, pp. 221-232
        14. Whither Christian-Jewish Dialogue? by Nora Levin, pp. 233-239
        15. [+]
          A Historical Approach to Halakhah by Theodore Friedman, pp. 240-242 - 1 Review
          1. Introduction to Jewish Law by Zev W. Falk
        16. [+]
          Rashi: The "Compleat" Man by Ivan G. Marcus, pp. 243-244 - 1 Review
          1. Rashi: The Man and His World by Esra Shereshevsky
        17. [+]
          The Yiddish Theatre by Sam Leve, pp. 245-248 - 2 Reviews
          1. From Hester Street to Hollywood by Sarah Blacher Cohen
          2. Laughter Through Tears by Judith N. Goldberg
        18. Itzhak by Sari Slater, p. 249
        19. Communications by Michael Wyschogrod, pp. 250-252
        20. Books Received, pp. 253-257
      2. [+]
        Summer 1984 Issue = 22 Articles
        1. The First Reader by R.G., pp. 259-262
        2. Israel On Its Thirty-Sixth Birthday: Retrospect and Prospect by Judith N. Elizur, pp. 263-281
        3. The Reform Rabbinate and Israel by Joshua O. Haberman, pp. 282-288
        4. Religious Forerunners of Zionism by Monty N. Penkower, pp. 289-295
        5. Zion---Neither Here Nor There? by Maurice G. Bowler, pp. 296-299
        6. Shabbat haMalkah by Hayyim Nahman Bialik, p. 300
        7. Shabbat haMalkah by Anne Lapidus Lerner, pp. 301-308
        8. Shlomo Dov Goitein---Scholar Extraordinary by Trude Weiss-Rosmarin, pp. 309-317
        9. Action and Non-Action in Jewish Spirituality by Michael Fishbane, pp. 318-329
        10. Watchman, What of the Lies? by Meir Ben-Horin, pp. 330-342
        11. On the Art of Criticism by Abraham I. Kook, pp. 343-344
        12. Hosea by Gene Crumley, p. 345
        13. Touch, Sight and Hearing in Jewish Sexuality by Monford Harris, pp. 346-352
        14. The Religious Art of Cynthia Ozick by Louis Harap, pp. 353-363
        15. [+]
          Both Selective and Eclectic by David Novak, pp. 364-365 - 1 Review
          1. Hispano-Jewish Culture in Transition by Bernard Septimus
        16. [+]
          Jews Must Remember by Sidney H. Schwarz, pp. 366-367 - 1 Review
          1. Zakhor: Jewish History and Jewish Memory by Yosef Hayim Yerushalmi
        17. [+]
          Beyond Equality by Shulamit Magnus, pp. 368-370 - 1 Review
          1. On Being a Jewish Feminist by Susannah Heschel
        18. [+]
          A Challenge to All of Us by Franklin H. Littell, p. 371 - 1 Review
          1. To Mend the World by Emil L. Fackenheim
        19. [+]
          Transcendentalism with a Jewish Ta'am by Sanford Pinsker, pp. 372-374 - 1 Review
          1. These Holy Sparks by Arthur Waskow
        20. For My Son Randall in Israel by Madeline Tiger Bass, p. 375
        21. Communications by Sidney Breitbart, John Fischer, and Hope P. Cramer, ..., pp. 376-379
        22. Books Received, pp. 380-385
      3. [+]
        Fall 1984 Issue = 21 Articles
        1. The First Reader by R.G., pp. 387-390
        2. "Jewish Survival" and Anti-Semitism by Jakob J. Petuchowski, pp. 391-400
        3. Abel by Sarah Singer, p. 401
        4. The Judaic View of God by Abraham Kaplan, pp. 402-415
        5. Credo---I Am A Jew by David Sparenberg, pp. 416-417
        6. Maimonides' Messianic Age by Aryeh Botwinick, pp. 418-425
        7. Climate and Health by Stephen Newmyer, pp. 426-438
        8. The Polemic on Miracles by Ruth Birnbaum, pp. 439-447
        9. An Exploration of Gemilut Hasidim by Jack D. Spiro, pp. 448-457
        10. The Life and Death of Abram the Doubter by Haim Chertok, pp. 458-464
        11. A Talmudic Discussion on Yissurin Shel Ahavah by Joel B. Wolowelsky, pp. 465-468
        12. Portrait of God as a Young Artist by Byron L. Sherwin, pp. 469-478
        13. The Bund and the Zionist Movement in the Early Years by Leonard Bloom, pp. 479-484
        14. Mircea Eliade and the Jewish Holy Day by Aryeh Wineman, pp. 485-489
        15. [+]
          Bar Kokhba and Begin---Were Both Leaders Mistaken? by Joseph P. Sternstein, pp. 490-496 - 1 Review
          1. The Bar Kokhba Syndrome by Yehoshafat Harkabi and David Altshuler
        16. [+]
          Jesus In His Day by Michael Wyschogrod, pp. 497-498 - 1 Review
          1. Jesus in Focus by Gerard S. Sloyan
        17. [+]
          How the Rabbis Thought by Norman J. Cohen, pp. 499-500 - 1 Review
          1. Jewish Legends of the Second Commonwealth by Judah Nadich
        18. [+]
          After the Dark---Into the Light? by Franklin H. Littell, p. 501 - 2 Reviews
          1. Long Night's Journey Into Day by A. Roy Eckardt and Alice L. Eckardt
          2. Jews and Christians After the Holocaust by Abraham J. Peck
        19. [+]
          On Zweig at his Centennial by Alfred Wolf, pp. 502-504 - 1 Review
          1. Stefan Zweig by Marion Sonnenfeld
        20. Books Received, pp. 505-507
        21. Index to Volume 33, pp. 508-514
      4. [+]
        Winter 1984 Issue = 22 Articles
        1. The First Reader by R.G., pp. 3-5
        2. Women As Rabbis by Robert Gordis, pp. 6-12
        3. Creation in God's Likeness by David Aronson, pp. 13-20
        4. Some Problems Ahead by David M. Feldman, pp. 21-22
        5. Will There Be Orthodox Women Rabbis? by Blu Greenberg, pp. 23-33
        6. In God's Image Was Humanity Created by Anne Lapidus Lerner, pp. 34-38
        7. Women in the Rabbinate? by David Novak, pp. 39-49
        8. The Case for Women Rabbis by Fishel A. Pearlmutter, pp. 50-53
        9. An Advocate's Halakhic Responses on the Ordination of Women by Mayer E. Rabinowitz, pp. 54-65
        10. Suggestions for Alternatives by Emanuel Rackman, pp. 66-69
        11. Ordination of Women: an Halakhic Analysis by Joel Roth, pp. 70-78
        12. Female Rabbis, Male Fears by Chaim Seidler-Feller, pp. 79-84
        13. The Shalom Ideal by Marjorie S. Yudkin, pp. 85-90
        14. Images of Women in Israeli Literature---Myth and Reality by Ruth Beizer-Bohrer, pp. 91-100
        15. The Challenge to Modern Orthodoxy by Joshua Berkowitz, pp. 101-106
        16. Self-Confrontation and the Mourning Rituals by Joel B. Wolowelsky, pp. 107-111
        17. the unbinding of isaac by Arthur P. Nemitoff, p. 112
        18. Abraham by Archie Rottenberg, p. 113
        19. [+]
          A New Rite from Zion by Eric L. Friedland, pp. 114-121 - 1 Review
          1. Order of Prayers
        20. [+]
          They Were Their Brothers' Keepers by Ismar Schorsch, pp. 122-124 - 1 Review
          1. Brothers and Strangers by Steven E. Aschheim
        21. Books Received, pp. 125-127
        22. Grandfather by Regina Reibstein, pp. 128-130
    6. [+]
      Issues of 1985 = 4 Issues, 75 Articles
      1. [+]
        Spring 1985 Issue = 15 Articles
        1. The First Reader by R.G., pp. 147-150
        2. Sacred Survival by Jonathan S. Woocher, pp. 151-162
        3. Orthodoxy Is Pleasantdale by Edward S. Shapiro, pp. 163-170
        4. Two Weeks In May by Norman Mirsky, pp. 171-178
        5. Babi Yar by Carole Glasser, p. 179
        6. The "Greening" of Jewish Education by Julius Weinberg, pp. 180-196
        7. The Audacity of Expressing the Inexpressible by Zsuzsanna Ozsvath and Martha Satz, pp. 197-210
        8. Rav Kook's Doctrine of Teshuvah by Lawrence A. Englander, pp. 211-220
        9. "Juif ou Israelite" by Judith Friedlander, pp. 221-230
        10. [+]
          France---An Unexpected Center for Jewish Life by Frances Malino, pp. 231-236 - 3 Reviews
          1. The Bargain and the Bridle by Cynthia J. Haft
          2. The Alliance Israelite Universelle and the Jewish Communities of Morocco, 1862-1962 by Michael M. Laskier
          3. Jewish Identities in France by Dominique Schnapper
        11. [+]
          Jewish Poland As It Was by Leon Shapiro, pp. 237-243 - 3 Reviews
          1. Culture of Compassion by Heszel Klepfisz
          2. From a Ruined Garden by Jack Kugelmass and Jonathan Boyarin
          3. Social and Political History of the Jews in Poland, 1919-1939 by Joseph Marcus
        12. [+]
          Chosenness On Our Mind by Jonathan D. Sarna, pp. 244-248 - 1 Review
          1. The Chosen People in America by Arnold M. Eisen
        13. [+]
          Lions at Two A.M. by Bernhard Frank, pp. 249-250 - 1 Review
          1. The Collected Poems of Rose Drachler by Jacob Drachler and Rose Drachler
        14. Communications by Benjamin Szold Levin, Thomas M. Herz, and Jacob Chinitz, ..., pp. 251-253
        15. Books Received, pp. 254-257
      2. [+]
        Summer 1985 Issue = 14 Articles
        1. The First Reader by R.G., pp. 259-262
        2. Genetic Medicine in the Perspective of Orthodox Halakhah by Ronald M. Green, pp. 263-277
        3. The House of Israel Seen From Afar by James P. Farnham, pp. 278-283
        4. Covenant---Jewish Universalism and Particularism by David Polish, pp. 284-299
        5. Poem For My Ancestors by Sarah Singer, p. 300
        6. Judaism and the Practice of Stewardship by David Ehrenfeld and Philip J. Bentley, pp. 301-311
        7. Some Laws of Jewish Liturgical Development by Jakob J. Petuchowski, pp. 312-326
        8. Rabbis and Rabbis by Roland B. Gittelsohn, pp. 327-333
        9. Kashrut and Controversy by Mark F. Lewis, pp. 334-343
        10. Lies, Wives and Sisters by Daniel H. Gordis, pp. 344-358
        11. Beatification of the Bitburg Dead by Bernhard Frank, p. 359
        12. The Perception of Law in Judaism by Mordecai Roshwald, pp. 360-366
        13. The Hand Of God Leaves No Fingerprints by Robert J. Milch, pp. 367-372
        14. [+]
          Medieval Christianity Confronts Talmudic Judaism by Joel E. Rembaum, pp. 373-386 - 2 Reviews
          1. The Friars and the Jews by Jeremy Cohen
          2. Judaism on Trial by Hyam Maccoby
      3. [+]
        Fall 1985 Issue = 18 Articles
        1. The First Reader by R.G., pp. 387-390
        2. Martin Buber, the Man and His Thought by Ruth Birnbaum, pp. 391-400
        3. The Psychobiography of a Dialogue: Buber and the Biblical Abraham by Henry Abramovitch, pp. 401-416
        4. Martin Buber's Influence on Twentieth Century Religious Thought by Maurice Friedman, pp. 417-432
        5. Buber and His Biographer by Steven S. Schwarzschild, pp. 433-443
        6. Moses and the Cults by Tikva Frymer-Kensky, pp. 444-452
        7. Asymmetry, Negative Entropy and the Problem of Evil by Lawrence Troster, pp. 453-461
        8. Multiplicity of Meaning as a Device in Biblical Narrative by Shubert Spero, pp. 462-472
        9. In Eden's Garden by Bernhard Frank, p. 473
        10. The Jewish Philosopher in Search of a Role by Neil Gillman, pp. 474-484
        11. The End of the Guide by Daniel H. Frank, pp. 485-496
        12. [+]
          Two On The Bible by Michael Fishbane, pp. 497-498 - 2 Reviews
          1. Artistry and Faith in the Book of Judith by Toni Craven
          2. The Book of the Honeycomb's Flow by Judah Messer Leon and Isaac Rabinowitz
        13. [+]
          Duties and Rights by Milton R. Konvitz, pp. 499-502 - 1 Review
          1. Human Rights in Jewish Law by Haim H. Cohn
        14. [+]
          Herzl's Formative Years by Monty Penkower, p. 503 - 1 Review
          1. Dori by Andrew Handler
        15. A Prayer in Context by Herman L. Horowitz, p. 504
        16. Books Received, pp. 505-507
        17. Sukkot by Adam D. Fisher, p. 508
        18. Index to Volume 34, pp. 509-514
      4. [+]
        Winter 1985 Issue = 28 Articles
        1. The Issue of Patrilineal Descent---A Symposium by Robert Gordis, pp. 3-8
        2. The Matrilineal Principle in Historical Perspective by Shaye J.D. Cohen, pp. 9-13
        3. The Matrilineal Principle: The Crucial Concern by J. David Bleich, pp. 14-19
        4. Toward a Reasonable Future for the Jewish People by Jack J. Cohen, pp. 20-23
        5. Halakhah and History by Robert Goldenberg, pp. 24-27
        6. Rationale for "Matrilineal" and the Failure of "Patrilineal" by Arnold M. Goodman, pp. 28-31
        7. Patrilineal Descent---a Solution or a Problem? by Robert Gordis, pp. 32-40
        8. Those Entitled To Be Jews by Ben Halpern, pp. 41-45
        9. Patrilineal Descent---An Examination of the Issue by Judith Hauptman, pp. 46-49
        10. Non-Lineal Descent by Walter Jacob, pp. 50-54
        11. There Is No Problem Of Descent by Louis Jacobs, pp. 55-59
        12. The "Matrilineal" Principle---a Comment and a Statement by Immanuel Jakobovits, pp. 60-61
        13. An Halakhic Perspective on an Historical Foundation by Joel Roth, pp. 62-67
        14. Patrilineal Descent: A Sociological View by Sol Roth, pp. 68-73
        15. History and Halakhah are Related and Inseparable by Herman E. Schaalman, pp. 74-77
        16. Jewish Identity and Jewish Descent by Lawrence H. Schiffman, pp. 78-84
        17. Facing the Realities of Intermarriage by Alexander M. Schindler, pp. 85-88
        18. Halakhic Perspectives on the Matrilineal-Patrilineal Principles by Phillip Sigal, pp. 89-96
        19. A Reconstructionist View on Patrilineal Descent by Jacob J. Staub, pp. 97-106
        20. Patrilineal Descent: A Response by Binyamin Walfish, pp. 107-111
        21. Matriliny---a Survival of Polygyny by Trude Weiss-Rosmarin, pp. 112-118
        22. Patrilineal Descent and the Jewish Identity Crisis by Walter S. Wurzburger, pp. 119-123
        23. Can History Teach Halakhah? by Alan Yuter, pp. 124-128
        24. A Perspective on Patrilineal Descent by Bernard M. Zlotowitz, pp. 129-135
        25. [+]
          Americans "See Something of Themselves" by Henry Siegman, pp. 136-137 - 1 Review
          1. Israel in the Mind of America by Peter Grose
        26. [+]
          On Ben-Gurion's Tenth Yahrzeit by Herbert A. Yoskowitz, pp. 138-140 - 1 Review
          1. Ben-Gurion: Prophet of Fire by Dan Kurzman
        27. Like the Psalmist by Gary Pacernick, p. 141
        28. Books Received, pp. 142-146
    7. [+]
      Issues of 1986 = 4 Issues, 78 Articles
      1. [+]
        Spring 1986 Issue = 18 Articles
        1. The First Reader by R.G., pp. 131-133
        2. Jewish Studies in the University by Robert Gordis, pp. 134-136
        3. Questions and Answers by Robert Chazan, pp. 137-139
        4. Some Reflections on Jewish Studies in American Universities by Marvin Fox, pp. 140-146
        5. The Academy and the Community by Michael Fishbane, pp. 147-154
        6. The Parameters Of Success: Jewish Studies in the University by Norman A. Stillman, pp. 155-161
        7. Jewish Studies in America---Present Problems and Future Prospects by Norman Roth, pp. 162-169
        8. On University Teaching of Contemporary Jewish Civilization by Moshe Davis, pp. 170-182
        9. Some Changing Aspects of Jewish Scholarship by Jacob Haberman, pp. 183-197
        10. The Reasoning of Holocaust Theology by Lewis S. Feuer, pp. 198-210
        11. David in History by Jack Cargill, pp. 211-222
        12. Authority and Authenticity in Jewish Philosophy by Neil Gillman, pp. 223-232
        13. South African Judaism by Jocelyn Hellig, pp. 233-242
        14. [+]
          Sermons To Be Read in Context by Phillip J. Sigal, pp. 243-247 - 1 Review
          1. John Chrysostom and the Jews by Robert L. Wilken
        15. Morning by Judah Goldin, p. 248
        16. [+]
          Like A Jewel In A Setting by Adele Berlin, pp. 249-250 - 1 Review
          1. The Five Scrolls by Albert H. Friedlander and Herbert N. Bronstein, ...
        17. [+]
          A New Light on the Zohar by Raphael Patai, pp. 251-252 - 1 Review
          1. Zohar: The Book of Enlightenment by Daniel Chanan Matt
        18. Books Received, pp. 253-258
      2. [+]
        Summer 1986 Issue = 23 Articles
        1. The First Reader by R.G., pp. 259-262
        2. Biblical Responses to Catastrophe by Robert L. Cohn, pp. 263-276
        3. A Helper Equal to Him by Michael L. Rosenzweig, pp. 277-280
        4. The Sickness of Sodom by S. Levin, pp. 281-283
        5. Dinah, The Torah's Forgotten Woman by Jeffrey K. Salkin, pp. 284-288
        6. Shaviot by Adam D. Fisher, p. 289
        7. The Book of Ruth---Complexities Within Simplicity by Haim Chertok, pp. 290-297
        8. Personal Names in Ruth---A Note on Biblical Etymologies by Robert Gordis, pp. 298-299
        9. Two Approaches to the Problem of Suffering by Reuven Hammer, pp. 300-305
        10. Isaac and Ishmael Write About Each Other by Yossi Gamzu, pp. 306-315
        11. Redefining Zionism by Sidney H. Schwarz, pp. 316-324
        12. Maimonides and Cordovero by Chaim Feinberg, pp. 325-338
        13. Psalm by Gary Pacernick, p. 339
        14. Are These Blessings Really Offensive? by Jeffrey M. Cohen, pp. 340-343
        15. Toward a "S'lihah" on the Holocaust by Leo Trepp, pp. 344-350
        16. Joy, The Psychological Enigma of East European Jewry by Heszel Klepfisz, pp. 351-360
        17. [+]
          Jesus and the World of Judaism by David Flusser, pp. 361-364 - 1 Review
          1. Jesus and the World of Judaism by Geza Vermes
        18. [+]
          Jewish Questions, Rabbinic Answers by Alan J. Yuter, pp. 365-370 - 1 Review
          1. Contemporary American Reform Responsa by Walter Jacob
        19. [+]
          Another Approach to the Bible by Jacob Milgrom, pp. 371-373 - 1 Review
          1. Before Abraham Was by Isaac M. Kikawada and Arthur Quinn
        20. [+]
          Remembering Life in Germany by Mark W. Kiel, pp. 374-375 - 1 Review
          1. Creativity, Holocaust, Reconstruction by Herman Dicker
        21. [+]
          A Great Jewish Activist by Leo Pfeffer, pp. 376-378 - 1 Review
          1. My World as a Jew by Israel Goldstein
        22. Communications by Everett Fox and Eugene J. Fisher, pp. 379-380
        23. Books Received, pp. 381-385
      3. [+]
        Fall 1986 Issue = 17 Articles
        1. The First Reader by R.G., pp. 387-390
        2. The Divine Humor of Sholem Aleichem on His 70th Yortsayt by Emanuel S. Goldsmith, pp. 391-401
        3. Jacob in Darkness (And Light) by David Jeremy Zucker, pp. 402-413
        4. The Downfall of King Saul by Herman M. van Praag, pp. 414-428
        5. "Everything Is In It" by Susan Handelman, pp. 429-440
        6. Teaching the Holocaust by Indirection by Irving Halperin, pp. 441-445
        7. Icarus Too by Bernhard Frank, p. 446
        8. The Nativization of the Holocaust by Michael Berenbaum, pp. 447-457
        9. Choose Life by Daniel Jeremy Silver, pp. 458-466
        10. Visions of the Past by Howard Jacobson, pp. 467-482
        11. The Wall of Communication by Mordecai Roshwald, pp. 483-486
        12. Judaism As Tragic Religion by Bernard Och, pp. 487-494
        13. [+]
          The Teachings of Eliezer ben Hyrcanus by Baruch M. Bokser, pp. 495-496 - 1 Review
          1. R. Eliezer Ben Hyrcanus by Y.d Gilat
        14. [+]
          Jewish Faith and Heidegger by Norbert M. Samuelson, pp. 497-500 - 1 Review
          1. The Body of Faith by Michael Wyschogrod
        15. [+]
          No Established Religion by Samuel Rabinove, pp. 501-504 - 1 Review
          1. The First Liberty by William Lee Miller
        16. Books Received, pp. 505-508
        17. Index to Volume 35, pp. 509-514
      4. [+]
        Winter 1986 Issue = 20 Articles
        1. The First Reader by R.G., pp. 1-6
        2. A Multiple Vision by Robert Gordis, pp. 7-9
        3. Protestants and Jews by William Sanford Lasor, pp. 10-15
        4. The Holocaust and the State of Israel: A Catholic Perspective by Eugene J. Fisher, pp. 16-24
        5. Christian-Jewish Relations: Still A Way to Go by Henry Siegman, pp. 25-28
        6. Koheleth and Camus by Matthew J. Schwartz, pp. 29-34
        7. Because of Our Many Sins by Ira Robinson, pp. 35-46
        8. The People's Lawyers by Donna E. Arzt, pp. 47-62
        9. "Our Brothers and Our Flesh" by David Ellenson, pp. 63-65
        10. Eliezer Schweid by Michael Oppenheim, pp. 66-77
        11. The Education of a Queen by Frieda Clark Hyman, pp. 78-85
        12. On Mount Meron by Edmund Pennant, p. 86
        13. Midrash: The Defender of God by Melvin Jay Glatt, pp. 87-97
        14. The Problem of Being Simone Weil by P.E. Cruise, pp. 98-106
        15. Fridays in Leningrad by Roland Trope, pp. 107-108
        16. [+]
          New Light On An Old Drama by David Winston, pp. 109-113 - 1 Review
          1. The Exagoge of Ezekiel by Howard Jacobson
        17. [+]
          Genesis In Other Words by Stephen A. Geller, pp. 114-116 - 1 Review
          1. In the Beginning by Everett Fox
        18. [+]
          Theodicy Is Not The Issue by Kenneth Seeskin, pp. 117-119 - 1 Review
          1. Evil and the Morality of God by Harold M. Schulweis
        19. [+]
          Know The Enemy by Theodore N. Lewis, pp. 120-124 - 1 Review
          1. Voices of Resurgent Islam by John L. Esposito
        20. Books Received, pp. 125-129
    8. [+]
      Issues of 1987 = 4 Issues, 79 Articles
      1. [+]
        Spring 1987 Issue = 25 Articles
        1. Problems and Perils by Robert Gordis, pp. 131-134
        2. The American Jewish Community by Sidney Goldstein, pp. 135-146
        3. The Jewish Family: Lights and Shadows by Yehuda Rosenman, pp. 147-153
        4. Jewish Community Centers: Builders of the Jewish Future by Esther Leah Ritz, pp. 154-157
        5. Fund Raising in the Future by Stanley B. Horowitz, pp. 158-161
        6. Controversial Issues In Religion by Sol Roth, pp. 162-166
        7. Judaism and Feminism: The Unfinished Agenda by Anne Lapidus Lerner, pp. 167-172
        8. The Star by David Sparenberg, p. 173
        9. The Four Movements in American Judaism by Louis Bernstein, pp. 174-178
        10. Conservative Judaism Confronts Its Future by Mordecai Waxman, pp. 179-186
        11. Living in Two Worlds---Reform Judaism in the Diaspora by W. Gunther Plaut, pp. 187-194
        12. Reconstructionism: Judaism For Today by Jacob J. Staub, pp. 195-203
        13. Zionism: Its Past And Its Future by Frieda S. Lewis, pp. 204-210
        14. Zionism: The Failure of Success by Mitchell Cohen, pp. 211-215
        15. Ya'akov & Ra-chel by Adam D. Fisher, p. 216
        16. Education: For Laity And Leadership by Morton Siegel, pp. 217-219
        17. The Jewish Day School---The Next Half-Century? by Alvin I. Schiff, pp. 220-225
        18. What Training for Rabbis? by David Lieber, pp. 226-232
        19. Jewish Literature and Journalism by Sanford Pinsker, pp. 233-237
        20. The Jewish Press---Chronicle of the Contemporary Scene by Jerome Wm. Lippman, pp. 238-241
        21. The Yeshiva Couple's Wedding by Jack E. Friedman, p. 242
        22. "Jerusalem, the Joy of the Whole Earth" by Abraham E. Millgram, pp. 243-249
        23. [+]
          The Branches of Judaism by Henry L. Feingold, pp. 250-251 - 1 Review
          1. Profiles in American Judaism by Marc Lee Raphael
        24. The Sisters by Sarah Singer, pp. 252-253
        25. Books Received, pp. 254-256
      2. [+]
        Summer 1987 Issue = 19 Articles
        1. The First Reader by R.G., pp. 259-263
        2. The Torah and the West Bank by Luke Lea, pp. 264-277
        3. The Human Implications of Revelation by David Wolpe, pp. 278-282
        4. Transcendental and Folk Aspects of Judaism by Edgar E. Siskin, pp. 283-295
        5. [+]
          Joseph Heller and the "Real" King David by John Friedman and Judith Ruderman, pp. 296-301 - 1 Review
          1. God Knows by Joseph Heller
        6. Tell It Not In Gath by Bernhard Frank, pp. 302-303
        7. Jewish History and the Torment of Totalitarianism by Stephen J. Whitfield, pp. 304-319
        8. The Agony of the Yarmulka---A Confession by Julian Ungar-Sargon, pp. 320-322
        9. Raging Wisdom by Karl A. Plank, pp. 323-330
        10. The Flexible Word of God by Benjamin Edidin Scolnic, pp. 331-338
        11. Jewish Tales of the Supernatural by Howard Schwartz, pp. 339-351
        12. Clouds Like Tractates by Edmund Pennant, p. 352
        13. The Covenantal Drama by William Abrams, pp. 353-359
        14. Prophets or Profits? by Jerold S. Auerbach, pp. 360-365
        15. In Defense of Jewish Public Interest Lawyers by Donna E. Arzt, pp. 366-367
        16. [+]
          New Light on the Early Years of Christianity by Phillip J. Sigal, pp. 368-375 - 2 Reviews
          1. Between Jesus and Paul by Martin Hengel
          2. Jesus in Focus by Gerard S. Sloyan
        17. Lot's Wife by Carol Moldaw, p. 376
        18. [+]
          The Christian Responsibility in Anti-Semitism by Robert A. Everett, pp. 377-381 - 1 Review
          1. Mature Christianity by Norman A. Beck
        19. Books Received, pp. 382-384
      3. [+]
        Fall 1987 Issue = 19 Articles
        1. The First Reader by R.G., pp. 387-390
        2. Foundations of the State of Israel by Paul Eidelberg, pp. 391-399
        3. Democracy, Religion, and the Zionist Future of Israel by Michael Langer, pp. 400-415
        4. [+]
          Israel---Real or Ideal? by Ronald Kronish, pp. 416-420 - 1 Review
          1. Heroes and Hustlers, Hard Hats and Holy Men by Ze'ev Chafets
        5. The Pope in Florida by Bernhard Frank, p. 421
        6. The Future Role of Religion in Israel by Daniel J. Elazar, pp. 422-432
        7. Israel and the Territories by Michael Shashar, pp. 433-442
        8. Adoption by Michael Gold, pp. 443-450
        9. Benjamin Cremieux by Sidney D. Braun, pp. 451-459
        10. The Theme of Responsibility in Bernard Malamud's "The Mourners" by Irving Halperin, pp. 460-465
        11. Three Talmudic Tales of Seduction by M. Herschel Levine, pp. 466-470
        12. The Scientific Study of Talmud by David Kraemer, pp. 471-478
        13. The Shifting Role of Women by Theodore Friedman, pp. 479-487
        14. Non Nobis by Judah Goldin, p. 488
        15. [+]
          To Hear Deaf Jews by Alan Henkin, pp. 489-498 - 1 Review
          1. The Deaf Jew in the Modern World by Jerome D. Schein and Lester J. Waldman
        16. [+]
          A Unique Jewish Community by Lev Hakak, pp. 499-500 - 1 Review
          1. Yemenite Jewry by Reuben Ahroni
        17. [+]
          How the Jews Helped Shape America by Abraham J. Karp, pp. 501-504 - 2 Reviews
          1. Voices of Jacob, Hands of Esau by Stephen J. Whitfield
          2. The Prophetic Minority by Gerald Sorin
        18. Books Received, pp. 505-508
        19. Index to Volume 36, pp. 509-512
      4. [+]
        Winter 1987 Issue = 16 Articles
        1. The First Reader by R.G., pp. 3-6
        2. Jews with Money by Edward S. Shapiro, pp. 7-16
        3. Heretics, Infidels and Apostates by Stuart L. Charme, pp. 17-32
        4. Miriam's Prayer by Diane Karay, p. 33
        5. American Judaism---A Survey of the Landscape by Baila R. Shargel, pp. 34-46
        6. Seating in the Synogogue---Minhag America by Robert Gordis, pp. 47-53
        7. The Siege and the Civilian by Bradley Shavit Artson, pp. 54-65
        8. Jews and Christians on Matters of Life and Death by Michael Goldberg, pp. 66-73
        9. The Stars in their Courses by Ruth Berman, p. 74
        10. Fading Image of God? by Hershel Jonah Matt, pp. 75-83
        11. The "Ze'enah U-Re'enah" by Joseph P. Schultz, pp. 84-96
        12. Music For Jewish Liturgy by Lippman Bodoff, pp. 97-103
        13. "Devekut"---The Essence of Hasidism by Mendel Bodek, pp. 104-108
        14. [+]
          The Jewish Fathers of Psychoanalysis by Emanuel Rice, pp. 109-116 - 1 Review
          1. Jewish Origins of the Psychoanalytic Movement by Dennis B. Klein
        15. [+]
          The Pluralistic Nature of Orthodox Judaism by David Ellenson, pp. 117-123 - 1 Review
          1. The Modern Impulse of Traditional Judaism by Zvi Kurzweil
        16. Books Received, pp. 124-128
    9. [+]
      Issues of 1988 = 4 Issues, 88 Articles
      1. [+]
        Spring 1988 Issue = 17 Articles
        1. The First Reader by R.G., pp. 131-135
        2. "If Rabbi Akiba Were Alive Today..." by Jonathan Cohen, pp. 136-142
        3. The Garden of Eden by Bernard Och, pp. 143-156
        4. The Holiness of Man by Yitzhak of Radvil, pp. 157-158
        5. Lot's Wife by Florence B. Freedman, p. 159
        6. Tragelaphos Revisited by Judith Romney Wegner, pp. 160-172
        7. Job's Agony by Herman M. van Praag, pp. 173-187
        8. Rabbi Moshe Feinstein on the Treatment of the Terminally Ill by Fred Rosner, pp. 188-198
        9. 'Am Yisrael by Norman Roth, pp. 199-209
        10. A Narrative Jewish Theology by Steven D. Kepnes, pp. 210-217
        11. Nothing but the Truth? by Mark Dratch, pp. 218-228
        12. Hebraic Monotheism by Michael J. Carella and Ita Sheres, pp. 229-239
        13. [+]
          The Roots of Anti-Semitism? by Jeremy Cohen, pp. 240-241 - 1 Review
          1. The Jew as Ally of the Muslim by Allan Harris Cutler and Helen Elmquist Cutler, ...
        14. [+]
          When Did Jews Have Power? by Matthew B. Schwartz, pp. 242-243 - 1 Review
          1. Power and Powerlessness in Jewish History by David Biale
        15. [+]
          Jews and Law by Louis Jacobs, pp. 244-247 - 1 Review
          1. Midrash, Mishnah and Gemara by David Weiss Halivni
        16. Communications by Israel C. Stein, Theodore Friedman, and Emanuel Rackman, ..., pp. 248-250
        17. Books Received, pp. 251-258
      2. [+]
        Summer 1988 Issue = 20 Articles
        1. The First Reader by R.G., pp. 259-263
        2. Hannah Arendt and the Politics of Evil by Berel Lang, pp. 264-275
        3. The Republican Party and the Jews by Herbert L. Solomon, pp. 276-287
        4. Towards a Rehumanization of The Akedah and Other Sacrifices by Moshe Moskowitz, pp. 288-293
        5. Sweet Isaac by Bernhard Frank, p. 294
        6. Mordecai M. Kaplan and the Retrieval of the Haskalah by Emanuel S. Goldsmith, pp. 295-306
        7. A Yankee's View of Liverpool Jewry by Gabriel Sivan, pp. 307-314
        8. God as Promise of Existence by Meir Ben-Horin, pp. 315-322
        9. (If) There Is No "Commander"?...There Are No "Commandments!" by Steven L. Jacobs, pp. 323-326
        10. Ruth by Abraham Linik, p. 327
        11. The Biblical and Rabbinic Underpinnings of the Constitution by Bernard M. Zlotowitz, pp. 328-334
        12. The Talmud---A Source for Yiddish by Theodore Friedman, pp. 335-339
        13. The Garden of Eden by Bernard Och, pp. 340-351
        14. Enemies or Jew-Haters? by Samuel Schafler, pp. 352-357
        15. Blessed by Sari Slater, p. 358
        16. Jewish Confession as "Normal Mysticism" by Robert J. Milch, pp. 359-363
        17. [+]
          Israel, Canaan and the Diaspora by Gordon Tucker, pp. 364-375 - 2 Reviews
          1. "Israel: The Ever-Dying People" and Other Essays by Simon Rawidowicz and Benjamin C.I. Ravid
          2. Homeland or Holy Land? by James S. Diamond
        18. [+]
          German History Explained by Lothar Kahn, pp. 376-378 - 1 Review
          1. Dreams and Delusions by Fritz Stern
        19. [+]
          Recent Zionist History by Amos Perlmutter, pp. 379-382 - 2 Reviews
          1. A History of Israel, Vol. I by Howard M. Sachar
          2. The Zionist Dream Revisited by Amnon Rubinstein
        20. [+]
          Some Books Worth Noting by R.B.W., pp. 383-385 - 6 Reviews
          1. Martin Buber's Life and Work by Maurice Friedman
          2. Where Are We? by Leonard Fein
          3. Gates to the Old City by Raphael Patai
          4. The Death of Methuselah and Other Stories by Isaac Bashevis Singer
          5. When Jews and Christians Meet by Jakob J. Petuchowski
          6. Unanswered Questions by Roger Brooks
      3. [+]
        Fall 1988 Issue = 30 Articles
        1. The First Reader by R.G., pp. 387-390
        2. The Arab-Israeli Conflict---Are These the Solutions? by Robert Gordis, pp. 391-394
        3. We Must Wait For Events by Kassel Abelson, pp. 395-396
        4. No Precondition to Peace Talks by Morris B. Abram, pp. 397-399
        5. Do We Know The Problem---Are There Solutions? by Daniel J. Elazar, pp. 400-404
        6. An International Conference For Peace by El Sayed Abdel Raouf El Reedy, pp. 405-406
        7. Proceed With Caution by Theodore Ellenoff, pp. 407-409
        8. The United States of Israel by Mark Felber, pp. 410-415
        9. Perspective and Patience are the Keynotes by Abraham H. Foxman, pp. 416-419
        10. Agonizing Choices by David Gordis, pp. 420-424
        11. Israel and the Arabs---A Talmudic Solution (With Apologies to Jacobowsky) by Leon Hyamson, pp. 425-427
        12. Needed---A Political Will For Peace by John E. Jacbos, pp. 428-430
        13. The Only Solution by Meir Kahane, pp. 431-433
        14. End the Occupation and Show Respect for the Palestinian People by Michael Lerner, pp. 434-440
        15. Ultimately, God Will Provide The Solution by Milton H. Polin, pp. 441-442
        16. The Inescapable Consequences of Demography by Henry Siegman, pp. 443-445
        17. "And He Shall Rule Over Thee" by Berel Dov Lerner, pp. 446-449
        18. Halakhah and Homosexuality by Robert Kirschner, pp. 450-458
        19. A Meditation on Maoz Zur by Ismar Schorsch, pp. 459-464
        20. The Symbolic Uses of North by David E. Fass, pp. 465-473
        21. To Know What They Knew by Jacob Sloan, pp. 474-478
        22. "There is No Plural in the Verb Sh'ma...No Plural to the Noun Israel" by Shuly Rubin Schwartz, pp. 479-488
        23. The Unity of the Jewish People by Seymour Siegel, pp. 489-495
        24. Exhibit 94 by Edgar Koerner, p. 496
        25. [+]
          Timeless Guidelines by Myron M. Fenster, pp. 497-498 - 1 Review
          1. A Guide for Preachers on Composing and Delivering Sermons by Jacob Zahalon and Henry Adler Sosland
        26. [+]
          Secularism As Religion by Ben Halpern, pp. 499-501 - 1 Review
          1. Judaism Beyond God by Sherwin Wine
        27. [+]
          England's Chief Rabbi Speaks by Sefton D. Temkin, pp. 502-503 - 1 Review
          1. "If Only My People--" by Immanuel Jakobovits
        28. [+]
          Learning From The Holocaust by Rachel Feldhay Brenner, pp. 504-506 - 1 Review
          1. Crisis and Covenant by Alan L. Berger
        29. [+]
          Some Books Worth Noting by R.B.W., pp. 507-508 - 6 Reviews
          1. The Burning Bush by Barnet Litvinoff
          2. Persistent Prejudice by Herbert Hirsch and Jack D. Spiro
          3. Shores of Refuge by Ronald Sanders
          4. Hasidism: The Movement and Its Masters by Harry W. Rabinowicz
          5. The Long Shorter Way by Adin Steinsaltz
          6. A Little Love in Big Manhattan by Ruth R. Wisse
        30. Index to Volume 37, pp. 509-514
      4. [+]
        Winter 1988 Issue = 21 Articles
        1. The First Reader by R.G., pp. 3-8
        2. Hitler: A Clue to History by Cuthbert Carson Mann, pp. 9-21
        3. Apologia For My Judaism by Benjamin Kovitz, pp. 22-28
        4. Kierkegaard and Soloveitchik by Michael Oppenheim, pp. 29-40
        5. Ahab in Bible and Talmud by Nahum M. Waldman, pp. 41-47
        6. Process and Pluralism in Conservative Judaism by Robert Gordis, pp. 48-58
        7. In Observance by Roland Trope, p. 59
        8. Joseph and His Brothers by Sol Schimmel, pp. 60-65
        9. Hymn of Glory, p. 66
        10. Poetry and Pietism by Ismar Schorsch, pp. 67-72
        11. O God of Vengeance, Appear! by Eric L. Friedland, pp. 73-79
        12. Lilith by Jayseth Guberman, p. 80
        13. Isaac's Blindness by S. Levin, pp. 81-83
        14. The Rabbinic Ban on Conversion in Argentina by Moshe Zemer, pp. 84-96
        15. An Unrecognized Part of the Human Anatomy by Marc Rozelaar, pp. 97-101
        16. Sparks by David Sparenberg, p. 102
        17. "Conspicuous Consumption" at Jewish Functions by Aryeh Spero, pp. 103-110
        18. [+]
          Four Writers Look at Israel by Raphael Danziger, pp. 111-120 - 4 Reviews
          1. The Other Walls by Harold H. Saunders
          2. Between Washington and Jerusalem by Wolf Blitzer
          3. Israel's Lebanon War by Ze'ev Schiff and Ehud Ya'ari
          4. Israel: The Partitioned State by Amos Perlmutter
        19. [+]
          Scholarship as a Means Toward Devotion by Howard A. Addison, p. 121 - 1 Review
          1. Jewish Spirituality by Arthur Green
        20. [+]
          Another View of Jesus by Gerard S. Sloyan, pp. 122-124 - 1 Review
          1. The Halakhah of Jesus of Nazareth According to the Gospel of Matthew by Phillip Sigal
        21. Books Received, pp. 125-130
    10. [+]
      Issues of 1989 = 4 Issues, 61 Articles
      1. [+]
        Spring 1989 Issue = 17 Articles
        1. The First Reader by R.G., pp. 131-134
        2. Wanted by the Arabs---"A Holocaust" by Robert Jancu, pp. 135-142
        3. Jacob's Limp? by David E. Fass, pp. 143-150
        4. Rachel and Leah by Samuel H. Dresner, pp. 151-159
        5. Overcoming the Remoteness of the Past by Michael L. Morgan, pp. 160-172
        6. Ruah by Adam D. Fisher, p. 173
        7. Was Yehudah Halevi Racist? by Lippman Bodoff, pp. 174-184
        8. Aggadah and Anti-Semitism by Joshua Berman, pp. 185-196
        9. The Rock and the Bush by Raphael Jospe, pp. 197-202
        10. The Zolli Conversion by Wallace P. Sillanpoa and Robert G. Weisbord, pp. 203-215
        11. Emil G. Hirsch by Estelle Breines, pp. 216-224
        12. Paul's Jewish Odyssey by Ellis Rivkin, pp. 225-234
        13. [+]
          A Double Exile by Steven M. Loewenstein, pp. 235-240 - 3 Reviews
          1. Brothers and Strangers by Steven E. Aschheim
          2. Ostjuden in Deutschland, 1918-1933 by Trude Maurer
          3. Unwelcome Strangers by Jack Wertheimer
        14. [+]
          Study of Jewish Law by Milton R. Konvitz, pp. 241-244 - 1 Review
          1. A Living Tree by Elliot N. Dorff and Arthur I. Rosett
        15. Communications by Hyman Gabai, Herbert Rose, Samuel Weingart, and Steven L. Jacobs, ..., pp. 245-253
        16. The Stairway by David Sparenberg, p. 254
        17. [+]
          Some Books Worth Noting by R.B.W., pp. 255-257 - 3 Reviews
          1. Bandits, Prophets, and Messiahs by Richard A. Horsley and John S. Hanson
          2. The Other Jews by Daniel J. Elazar
          3. Jewish High Society in Old Regime Berlin by Deborah Hertz
      2. [+]
        Summer 1989 Issue = 14 Articles
        1. The First Reader by R.G. and R.B.W., pp. 259-262
        2. The Survivor's Return by Karl A. Plank, pp. 263-277
        3. Joseph the Unrighteous by Berel Dov Lerner, pp. 278-281
        4. Jewishness and the New York Intellectuals by Edward S. Shapiro, pp. 282-292
        5. Abraham and Moriah by Bernard Och, pp. 293-309
        6. Elie Wiesel's Messianism of the Unredeemed by Maurice Friedman, pp. 310-319
        7. Reform Attitudes, in the Past, Toward Intermarriage by Alan Levenson, pp. 320-332
        8. Dual Loyalty in a Post-Zionist Era by David Nathan Myers, pp. 333-343
        9. The Case of Siegfried by James Sturz, pp. 344-357
        10. The Challenges of Halakhah by David Ellenson, pp. 358-364
        11. God, the Good, and Halakhah by Gordon Tucker, pp. 365-376
        12. The Conservative View of Halakhah is Non-Traditional by Walter S. Wurzburger, pp. 377-379
        13. [+]
          The Holocaust at the Center of Christianity by Michael Wyschogrod, pp. 380-382 - 1 Review
          1. For Righteousness' Sake by A. Roy Eckardt
        14. Communications by Jakob J. Petuchowski, pp. 383-385
      3. [+]
        Fall 1989 Issue = 14 Articles
        1. The First Reader by R.B.W., pp. 387-388
        2. The Impact of Enlightenment on Religion by Eliezer Schweid, pp. 389-398
        3. The Enlightenment, the Emancipation and the Jewish Religion by Walter S. Wurzburger, pp. 399-407
        4. Inside or Outside? by Neil Gillman, pp. 408-426
        5. A Reconstructionist Perspective on the Enlightenment and the Emancipation by Jacob J. Staub, pp. 427-436
        6. Emancipation---The Challenge of Living in Two Worlds by W. Gunther Plaut, pp. 437-448
        7. [+]
          Mendelssohn's Defense of Reason in Jerusalem by Michael L. Morgan, pp. 449-459 - 1 Review
          1. Jerusalem, or On Religious Power and Judaism by Moses Mendelssohn
        8. A Post-Enlightenment Exposition of Creationism by Noah H. Rosenbloom, pp. 460-477
        9. Ontology, Demography, and the Silent Holocaust by Alvin J. Reines, pp. 478-487
        10. The Emancipation, the Enlightenment and the Democraphy of American Jewry by Chaim I. Waxman, pp. 488-501
        11. The Ambivalent Legacy by Vicki Caron, pp. 502-516
        12. Early Responses to the Emancipation in Hebrew Haskalah Literature by Isaac Barzilay, pp. 517-526
        13. Yiddishism and Judaism by Emanuel S. Goldsmith, pp. 527-537
        14. Index to Volume 38, pp. 538-545
      4. [+]
        Winter 1989 Issue = 16 Articles
        1. The First Reader by R.G., pp. 3-7
        2. Theocracy and the State of Israel by Naomi G. Cohen, pp. 8-20
        3. Is There An "Essence of Judaism" After All? by Robert Goldenberg, pp. 21-27
        4. Wanted---The Ethical in Jewish Bio-Ethics by Daniel H. Gordis, pp. 28-40
        5. Israeli Identity In Crisis by Arye Carmon, pp. 41-52
        6. Ruth---A Pure Dove of Israel by Frieda Clark Hyman, pp. 53-62
        7. Man and Universe in Greek and Hebrew Perception by Mordecai Roshwald, pp. 63-73
        8. The Baptized Rabbi of Rome by Wallace P. Sillanpoa and Robert G. Weisbord, pp. 74-91
        9. Israel by Janet Ruth Heller, p. 92
        10. The Sanctity of Yom tov and the Joy of the Festival by Joseph Klausner, pp. 93-102
        11. Two Jews---Freud and Gay by Benjamin Goodnick, pp. 103-111
        12. Psalm by Paul Celan, p. 112
        13. [+]
          British Prayer by Elliot N. Dorff, pp. 113-120 - 1 Review
          1. Forms of Prayer for Jewish Worship
        14. [+]
          The Meaning of Jewish Destiny by Gilbert S. Rosenthal, pp. 121-123 - 1 Review
          1. Hazon Ve-Shivro by Hertzel Fishman
        15. [+]
          How German Jewry Changed by Lothar Kahn, pp. 124-126 - 1 Review
          1. The Transformation of German Jewry, 1780-1840 by David Sorkin
        16. [+]
          Some Books Worth Noting by R.B.W., pp. 127-129 - 7 Reviews
          1. The First Historians: The Hebrew Bible and History by Baruch Halpern
          2. The Book of God by Gabriel Josipovici
          3. The King of Children by Betty Jean Lifton
          4. For Whom Do I Toil? by Michael Stanislawski
          5. Jerusalem in the Nineteenth Century by Yehoshua Ben-Arieh
          6. The Jews of Moslem Spain by Eliyahu Ashtor
          7. Children of Circumstances by Moshe Shokeid
  3. [+]
    Issues of the 1990s = 8 Years, 29 Issues, 401 Articles
    1. [+]
      Issues of 1990 = 4 Issues, 60 Articles
      1. [+]
        Spring 1990 Issue = 15 Articles
        1. The First Reader by R.B.W., pp. 131-134
        2. The Religion of the Book of Esther by Michael V. Fox, pp. 135-147
        3. Another Example of "Minhag America" by Marc Shapiro, pp. 148-154
        4. Moses Cordovero and Kabbalistic Education in the Sixteenth Century by Ira Robinson, pp. 155-162
        5. The Relevance of Leo Baeck's Thought to the Mainstreams of Judaism by Zvi Kurzweil, pp. 163-170
        6. The Molten Calf by David E. Fass, pp. 171-183
        7. Faith and Works in the Biblical Confrontation of Prophets and Priests by Jakob J. Petuchowski, pp. 184-191
        8. Identity and Authority in Ancient Judaism by Martin Goodman, pp. 192-201
        9. Franz Rosenzweig's Judisches Lehrhaus in Frankfurt by Brigitte Kern-Ulmer, pp. 202-214
        10. Faith, Fiction and the Jewish Scriptures by Berel Dov Lerner, pp. 215-220
        11. The Theo-Political Thought of Emil Fackenheim by Harvey Shulman, pp. 221-232
        12. Good-Bye, Father by Leonard Grob, pp. 233-242
        13. [+]
          The Exciting Future of Jewish Theology by Neil Gillman, pp. 243-249 - 1 Review
          1. A Living Covenant by David Hartman
        14. [+]
          On the Origins of Hasidism by Morris Faierstein, p. 250 - 1 Review
          1. The Circle of the Baal Shem Tov by Abraham J. Heschel and Samuel H. Dresner
        15. [+]
          Appelfeld's Vision: A Community Reborn by Robert DiAntonio, pp. 251-258 - 1 Review
          1. For Every Sin by Aharon Appelfeld
      2. [+]
        Summer 1990 Issue = 14 Articles
        1. The First Reader by R.B.W., pp. 259-261
        2. Zionism, Israel and World Jewry by David M. Gordis, pp. 262-275
        3. [+]
          The Fiction Writer as Essayist by Sarah Blacher Cohen, pp. 276-281 - 1 Review
          1. Metaphor and Memory by Cynthia Ozick
        4. Elijah: Accuser and Defender by Frieda Clark Hyman, pp. 282-295
        5. A Viennese Interpretation of Moses by Alison Rose, pp. 296-304
        6. I.B. Singer and His Predecessors by Lippman Bodoff, pp. 305-317
        7. The Biblical Perception of the Origin of Evil by Reuven Hammer, pp. 318-325
        8. Hymns of the Isles by Gabriel A. Sivan, pp. 326-337
        9. "Let Every Living Thing Yah's Praises Sing" by Eric L. Friedland, pp. 338-344
        10. Developing an American Judaism by Pamela S. Nadell, pp. 345-365
        11. Andre Spire by Sidney D. Braun, pp. 366-375
        12. [+]
          Review Galut, by Arnold M. Eisen by David Biale, pp. 376-379 - 1 Review
          1. Galut by Arnold M. Eisen
        13. [+]
          Review Power and Powerlessness in Jewish History, by ... by Arnold Eisen, pp. 380-382 - 1 Review
          1. Power and Powerlessness in Jewish History by David Biale
        14. Communications, pp. 383-386
      3. [+]
        Fall 1990 Issue = 14 Articles
        1. The First Reader by R.B.W., pp. 387-388
        2. Kosher Food and the Law by Marc D. Stern, pp. 389-401
        3. Industrial Kashrut Supervision by Menachem Genack, pp. 402-407
        4. Looking in on Kosher Supervision of the Food Industry by Joe M. Regenstein and Carrie E. Regenstein, pp. 408-426
        5. Kashruth---Problems and Solutions by Gedalia Dov Schwartz, pp. 427-429
        6. Humanitarian Aspects of Shehitah in the United States by Temple Grandin, pp. 430-446
        7. The Kashruth Laws by Moshe Dovid Tendler, pp. 447-451
        8. Kosher Wine by Odelia E. Alroy, pp. 452-460
        9. The Meaning of Keeping Kosher by M. Herbert Danzger, pp. 461-469
        10. Challenges to Shehitah in Europe by Berel Berkovits, pp. 470-487
        11. Reform Judaism and Kashrut by Peter S. Knobel, pp. 488-493
        12. The Origins of Muslim Attitudes Towards the Jews and Judaism by Jacob Lassner, pp. 494-507
        13. Communications by Shulamit Magnus, p. 508
        14. Index to Volume 39, pp. 509-514
      4. [+]
        Winter 1990 Issue = 17 Articles
        1. The First Reader by R.B.W., pp. 3-6
        2. Jewish Divorce and the Secular Law by Mark J. Loewenstein, pp. 7-13
        3. The Impact of Holocaust Survivors on American Society by William B. Helmreich, pp. 14-27
        4. "Out of the Ghetto" by Shulamit Magnus, pp. 28-36
        5. Conflicting Conclusions by David J. Zucker, pp. 37-46
        6. Politics and the Ethics of Judaism by Robert Gordis, pp. 47-54
        7. Omnipotence, Omniscience and a Finite God by Gilbert S. Rosenthal, pp. 55-72
        8. Isaac and Oedipus by Kalman J. Kaplan, pp. 73-81
        9. On the Jewishness of Modern Jewish Biblical Scholarship by Leonard Greenspoon, pp. 82-92
        10. Yichus in the Shtetl and Dignatas in the Late Roman Republic by Saul Bastomsky, pp. 93-96
        11. B.N. Silkiner and His Circle by Jacob Kabakoff, pp. 97-103
        12. Citing and Translating a Context by William Cutter, pp. 104-112
        13. [+]
          Perspective and Protest by Zvia Ginor, pp. 113-118 - 2 Reviews
          1. Eve's Journey by Nechama Aschkenasy
          2. Israeli Mythogynies by Esther Fuchs
        14. [+]
          The Bible As Poetry by Edward L. Greenstein, pp. 119-120 - 1 Review
          1. Poetry with a Purpose by Harold Fisch
        15. [+]
          Christian, Jew, and Heaven, Too? by Gunter Hirschberg, pp. 121-124 - 2 Reviews
          1. The Intermarriage Handbook by Judy Petsonk and Jim Remsen
          2. Happily Intermarried by Rabbi Roy A. Rosenberg and Father Peter Meehan, ...
        16. [+]
          Reform and Jewish Law by Joel Roth, pp. 125-126 - 1 Review
          1. Contemporary American Reform Responsa by Walter Jacob
        17. [+]
          An Inspiring Answer by Simcha Kling, pp. 127-130 - 1 Review
          1. Why Me? by Pesach Krauss and Morrie Goldfischer
    2. [+]
      Issues of 1991 = 4 Issues, 61 Articles
      1. [+]
        Spring 1991 Issue = 13 Articles
        1. The First Reader by R.B.W., pp. 131-133
        2. Jackie Mason's World According to Hollywood by Robert Jancu, pp. 134-147
        3. The Enduring Legend of the Jewish Pope by David Levine Lerner, pp. 148-170
        4. Biblical Prophetesses Through Rabbinic Lenses by Leila L. Bronner, pp. 171-183
        5. Miriam: Guilty or Not Guilty? by Naomi Graetz, pp. 184-192
        6. Faust and the Human Condition by Mordecai Paldiel, pp. 193-207
        7. A Political Metaphor in Biblical and Rabbinic Literature by Martin Sicker, pp. 208-214
        8. A Religious Argument for Welcoming Converts by Lawrence J. Epstein, pp. 215-224
        9. The String That Leads the Kite by Jose R. Maia Neto, pp. 225-238
        10. [+]
          Spinoza in History by Michael L. Morgan, pp. 239-249 - 2 Reviews
          1. Spinoza and Other Heretics, Vol. I by Yirmiyahu Yovel
          2. Spinoza and Other Heretics, Vol. II by Yirmiyahu Yovel
        11. White Flower (For Osip Mandelstam) by Jeremy Harman, p. 250
        12. [+]
          Review Returning to Tradition, by M. Herbert Danzger by Livia Bitton-Jackson, p. 251 - 1 Review
          1. Returning to Tradition by M. Herbert Danzger
        13. [+]
          Review JPS: The Americanization of Jewish Culture, 18... by Michael N. Dobkowski, pp. 252-257 - 1 Review
          1. JPS: The Americanization of Jewish Culture, 1888-1988 by Jonathan D. Sarna
      2. [+]
        Summer 1991 Issue = 15 Articles
        1. The First Reader by R.B.W., pp. 259-262
        2. Letters to Felice by Lippman Bodoff, pp. 263-280
        3. How The Angels Do Serve by David E. Fass, pp. 281-289
        4. Symbols, Reality and God by Aaron L. Mackler, pp. 290-300
        5. The Hermeneutics of Herschel in Torah Min Hashamayim by Rebecca Schorsch, pp. 301-308
        6. Homosexuality and the Order of Creation by Samuel H. Dresner, pp. 309-321
        7. Akedah by Naomi Graetz, pp. 322-323
        8. The Bridegroom of Blood by Pamela Tamarkin Reis, pp. 324-331
        9. Rachel, To Rebekah by Janet Ruth Heller, p. 332
        10. The Children's Crusade by Bonnie J. Morris, pp. 333-343
        11. The Power of the Evil Eye and the Good Eye in Midrashic Literature by Brigitte Kern-Ulmer, pp. 344-353
        12. Three Gates Tehinno by Norman Tarnor, pp. 354-368
        13. [+]
          How Reform Judaism Developed by Sefton D. Temkin, pp. 369-377 - 1 Review
          1. Response to Modernity by Michael A. Meyer
        14. [+]
          Review The Body of Faith, by Michael Wyschogrod by Alan Yuter, pp. 378-381 - 1 Review
          1. The Body of Faith by Michael Wyschogrod
        15. [+]
          Review The Lamp of God, by Freema Gottlieb by Michael Wyschogrod, pp. 382-385 - 1 Review
          1. The Lamp of God by Freema Gottlieb
      3. [+]
        Fall 1991 Issue = 22 Articles
        1. For Dr. Robert Gordis' Festschrift by Simon Greenberg, pp. 387-388
        2. Rethinking Our Holocaust Consciousness by Eugene B. Borowitz, pp. 389-406
        3. Ve'zot Ha-Torah---A Liturgical Reassurance by Jeffrey M. Cohen, pp. 407-418
        4. Can Converts to Judaism Say "God of Our Fathers"? by Shaye J.D. Cohen, pp. 419-428
        5. The Concept of God in the Conservative Movement by Elliot N. Dorff, pp. 429-441
        6. Barren Rachel by Samuel H. Dresner, pp. 442-451
        7. Ben Zoma's Paradoxes by Louis Finkelstein, pp. 452-454
        8. In Defense of Balak by Judah Goldin, pp. 455-460
        9. Sacred Texts in Sacred Context by Daniel H. Gordis, pp. 461-465
        10. Interreligious Dialogues by David M. Gordis, pp. 466-470
        11. The Rabbi as Darshan by Simon Greenberg, pp. 471-483
        12. Two Liturgical Psalms by Reuven Hammer, pp. 484-497
        13. Repairing the Broken Vase by Steven Huberman, pp. 498-505
        14. Nun by Schneir Levin, pp. 506-510
        15. The Future of Anti-Semitism by Franklin H. Littell, pp. 511-520
        16. Franz Rosenzweig, Objective Truth and the Personal Standpoint by Michael L. Morgan, pp. 521-530
        17. Germans and Jews---The Symbiosis That Failed by W. Gunther Plaut, pp. 531-542
        18. The Education of an American Orthodox Rabbi by Ira Robinson, pp. 543-551
        19. Messianism Reconsidered by Gilbert S. Rosenthal, pp. 552-568
        20. Moses and the Horns of Power by Benjamin Edidin Scolnic, pp. 569-579
        21. Problems and Solutions in the Book of Jonah by Frank Zimmermann, pp. 580-589
        22. Index to Volume 40, pp. 590-595
      4. [+]
        Winter 1991 Issue = 11 Articles
        1. The First Reader by R.B.W., pp. 3-5
        2. Drinking on Purim by Daniel Alder, pp. 6-15
        3. "Am K'shei Oref" by Sam Lehman-Wilzig, pp. 16-38
        4. God Versus Man in a Classic Jewish Joke by Richard Raskin, pp. 39-50
        5. Fourteen Years Ago by Adam D. Fisher, p. 51
        6. Korbanot by Ira F. Stone, pp. 52-60
        7. Literary Forgery and Hasidic Judaism by Ira Robinson, pp. 61-78
        8. Further on Women's Hair Covering by Michael J. Broyde, Lilli Krakowski, and Marc Shapiro, ..., pp. 79-94
        9. Ethics and the Liturgy of Conservative Judaism by Jeffrey Rubenstein, pp. 95-115
        10. [+]
          "State-ism" and "Monism" by Joseph P. Sternstein, pp. 116-124 - 1 Review
          1. Zion and State by Mitchell Cohen
        11. [+]
          Review The Iron Pillar--Mishnah, by Dov Zlotnick by Abraham Goldberg, pp. 125-130 - 1 Review
          1. The Iron Pillar--Mishnah by Dov Zlotnick
    3. [+]
      Issues of 1992 = 4 Issues, 43 Articles
      1. [+]
        Spring 1992 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. The First Reader by R.B.W., pp. 111-112
        2. The Epic of a Millennium by Joseph Dan, pp. 113-129
        3. The Expulsion and the Search for the Ten Tribes by Abraham Gross, pp. 130-147
        4. Jewish-Christian Polemics in Light of the Expulsion from Spain by Daniel J. Lasker, pp. 148-155
        5. Women in (Post-1492) Spanish Crypto-Jewish Society by Renee Levine Melammed, pp. 156-168
        6. The Impact of the Expulsion from Spain on the Jewish Community of Pre-Revolutionary Fra... by Gerard Nahon, pp. 169-179
        7. Echoes of the Spanish Expulsion in Eighteenth Century Germany by Jacob J. Schacter, pp. 180-189
        8. Judah Abravanel to His Son by Raymond P. Scheindlin, pp. 190-199
        9. [+]
          Review The Last Jews on Iberian Soil, by Benjamin R. ... by Mark D. Meyerson, pp. 200-206 - 1 Review
          1. The Last Jews on Iberian Soil by Benjamin R. Gampel
      2. [+]
        Summer 1992 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. The First Reader by R.B.W., p. 207
        2. Rabbinic Circles as Messianic Pathways in the Post-Expulsion Era by Elisheva Carlebach, pp. 208-216
        3. Can Sephardic Judaism Be Reconstructed? by Daniel J. Elazar, pp. 217-228
        4. The Jewish Profile of the Spanish-Portuguese Community of London During the Seventeenth... by Yosef Kaplan, pp. 229-240
        5. The Final Disposition of the Synagogues and Other Jewish Communal Property After the Ex... by Jose Luis Lacave, pp. 241-247
        6. Jewish Christians and Christian Jews in Spain, 1492 and After by Richard H. Popkin, pp. 248-267
        7. An Introduction to the Economic History of the Iberian Diaspora in the Mediterranean by Benjamin Ravid, pp. 268-285
        8. Ethnic Rivalry or Melting Pot by Kenneth R. Stow, pp. 286-296
        9. [+]
          Review Vilna on the Seine, by Judith Friedlander by Maud S. Mandel, pp. 297-302 - 1 Review
          1. Vilna on the Seine by Judith Friedlander
      3. [+]
        Fall 1992 Issue = 15 Articles
        1. The First Reader by R.B.W., pp. 303-305
        2. Take My Wife, Please by Pamela Tamarkin Reis, pp. 306-315
        3. Footprints, Traces, Remnants by Wendy Zierler, pp. 316-332
        4. Not A Boast But Necessity by Alan Jacobs, p. 333
        5. Akiba: Sage in Search of The Messiah by Samson H. Levey, pp. 334-345
        6. Is There Afterlife After Auschwitz? by Simcha Paull Raphael, pp. 346-360
        7. Unbinding Mother Rebekah by David E. Fass, pp. 361-377
        8. Reluctant Partners by Allan Metz, pp. 378-394
        9. Asser Levy by Maurits Prins, pp. 395-400
        10. [+]
          Imagining Argentina by Ilan Stavans, pp. 401-408 - 1 Review
          1. Jewish Issues in Argentine Literature by Naomi Lindstrom
        11. [+]
          The Hebrew Roots of the English Language by Lawrence Besserman, pp. 409-417 - 1 Review
          1. The Word by Isaac E. Mozeson
        12. [+]
          Review The Life and Work of S.M. Dubnov, by Sophie Du... by Ken Frieden, pp. 418-419 - 1 Review
          1. The Life and Work of S.M. Dubnov by Sophie Dubnov-Erlich and Jeffrey Shandler
        13. [+]
          Review Standing Again at Sinai, by Judith Plaskow by Rebecca T. Alpert, pp. 420-423 - 1 Review
          1. Standing Again at Sinai by Judith Plaskow
        14. Meditations on the Prinzhorn Collection of the Art of the Mentally Ill by Janet Ruth Heller, pp. 424-425
        15. Index to Volume 41, pp. 426-430
      4. [+]
        Winter 1992 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. The First Reader by R.B.W., pp. 3-5
        2. Passivity and Narration by Dan Miron, pp. 6-17
        3. The Bible and Political Thought by Harvey Shulman, pp. 18-30
        4. Is Yom HaShoah an Iyyar Event? by Joel B. Wolowelsky, pp. 31-36
        5. The Hebraic Foundation of Christian Faith According to Reinhold Niebuhr by Eyal Naveh, pp. 37-56
        6. Beyond Congregation by Lawrence A. Englander, pp. 57-63
        7. Covenant, Conversion and Chosenness by Baruch Frydman-Kohl, pp. 64-79
        8. The Religious Dimension of Yiddish Secularism by Gershon Winer, pp. 80-96
        9. [+]
          An Analysis of Yehuda Amichai by Ezra Spicehandler, pp. 97-105 - 1 Review
          1. The Writing of Yehuda Amichai by Glenda Abramson
        10. [+]
          Review The Economic Problem in Biblical and Patristic... by Mark Perlman, pp. 106-110 - 1 Review
          1. The Economic Problem in Biblical and Patristic Thought by Barry J. Gordon
    4. [+]
      Issues of 1993 = 2 Issues, 28 Articles
      1. [+]
        Fall 1993 Issue = 15 Articles
        1. Further on Women as Prayer Leaders and Their Role in Communal Prayer by Michael J. Broyde, pp. 387-393
        2.  ---  by Joel B. Wolowelsky, pp. 394-395
        3.  ---  by Judith Hauptman, pp. 396-413
        4. The Rebirth of Anzia Yezierska by Wendy Zierler, pp. 414-422
        5. Kabbalistic Feminism in Agnon's Betrothed by Lippman Bodoff, pp. 423-437
        6. A Feminist's Look at Esther by Rivkah Lubitch, pp. 438-446
        7. The Creation of Adam as Hermaphrodite by Azila Talit Reisenberger, pp. 447-452
        8. What's Right with Women and Zimmun by Ari Zivotofsky and Naomi Zivotofsky, pp. 453-464
        9. From Veil to Wig by Leila Leah Bronner, pp. 465-477
        10. Can the Demand for Change in the Status of Women Be Halakhically Legitimated? by Tamar Ross, pp. 478-491
        11. "In Any Case There Are No Sinful Thoughts" by Simcha Fishbane, pp. 492-503
        12. [+]
          The Prayers of Jewish Women by Jennifer Breger, pp. 504-515 - 3 Reviews
          1. The Merit of Our Mothers by Tracy Guren Klirs
          2. Techinas: A Voice from the Heart by Rivka Zakutinsky
          3. Out of the Depths I Call to You by Nina Beth Cardin
        13. [+]
          Review Chattel or Person?, by Judith Romney Wegner by Judith R. Baskin, pp. 516-518 - 1 Review
          1. Chattel or Person? by Judith Romney Wegner
        14. [+]
          Review Women at Prayer, by Avraham Weiss by Joel B. Wolowelsky, pp. 519-523 - 1 Review
          1. Women at Prayer by Avraham Weiss
        15. Index to Volume 42, pp. 524-530
      2. [+]
        Winter 1993 Issue = 13 Articles
        1. The First Reader by R.B.W., pp. 3-5
        2. The Legacy of Robert Gordis by Milton R. Konvitz, pp. 6-13
        3. The Teaching of Ben Zoma by Mordecai Roshwald, pp. 14-28
        4. Sinai And What Makes Us Jewish by Elliot B. Gertel, pp. 29-42
        5. Moses and Jesus by Allan Kensky, pp. 43-49
        6. The Redemption of Moses by Ernest Neufeld, pp. 50-58
        7. Dilemmas of Modern Orthodoxy by Chaim I. Waxman, pp. 59-70
        8. The Real Test of the Akedah by Lippman Bodoff, pp. 71-92
        9. The Sacrifice of Isaac by Steven Shoemaker, p. 93
        10. Women and Prayer by Judith Hauptman, pp. 94-105
        11. [+]
          Tradition or Morality by Steven Bayme, pp. 106-113 - 2 Reviews
          1. Sacred Fragments by Neil Gillman
          2. Torah U'madda by Norman Lamm
        12. [+]
          Groping for God by Elliot N. Dorff, pp. 114-123 - 2 Reviews
          1. Sacred Fragments by Neil Gillman
          2. The Healer of Shattered Hearts by David J. Wolpe
        13. [+]
          Review The German-Jewish Economic Elite, 1820-1935, b... by Marsha Rozenblit, pp. 124-129 - 1 Review
          1. The German-Jewish Economic Elite, 1820-1935 by Werner Eugen Mosse
    5. [+]
      Issues of 1994 = 4 Issues, 45 Articles
      1. [+]
        Spring 1994 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. Hellenism and Hebraism Reconsidered by Louis H. Feldman, pp. 115-126
        2. The Concept of the Chosen People by Raphael Jospe, pp. 127-148
        3. Rationales for the Omission of Eschatology in the Bible by Noah H. Rosenbloom, pp. 149-158
        4. Malamud as Modern Midrash by David J. Zucker, pp. 159-172
        5. Shylock and the Struggle for Closure by John Picker, pp. 173-189
        6. Everyman's Intellectual by Kenneth Libo, pp. 190-195
        7. The Sins of the Census by Ernest Neufeld, pp. 196-204
        8. Revisiting My Father's Synagogue by Ismar Schorsch, pp. 205-211
        9. The Vanished World of Egyptian Jewry by Victor D. Sanua, pp. 212-219
        10. The Bereshit Song by Jeffrey M. Cohen, pp. 220-225
      2. [+]
        Summer 1994 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. The Love of God in Maimonides and Rav Kook by Lawrence Kaplan#2, pp. 227-239
        2. The Quest for the Lost Princess by Howard Schwartz, pp. 240-257
        3. The Leadership Qualities of Moses by Ari Z. Zivotofsky, pp. 258-269
        4. Birkhat Ha-Gomel by Rochelle L. Millen, pp. 270-278
        5. The Bene Israel and the Baghdadis by Sadok Masliyah, pp. 279-293
        6. Jacob and Esay and the Emergence of the Jewish People by Daniel J. Elazar, pp. 294-301
        7. Why the Jewish People Should Welcome Converts by Lawrence J. Epstein, pp. 302-312
        8. [+]
          Philosophy & the Holocaust by Garry M. Brodsky, pp. 313-321 - 1 Review
          1. Act and Idea in the Nazi Genocide by Berel Lang
        9. [+]
          Urbane Traditionalism by Alan J. Yuter, pp. 322-327 - 2 Reviews
          1. The Theology of Nahmanides Systematically Presented by David Novak
          2. Jewish Social Ethics by David Novak
        10. [+]
          Jews in Antiquity by Martha Himmelfarb, pp. 328-337 - 1 Review
          1. Jew and Gentile in the Ancient World by Louis H. Feldman
      3. [+]
        Fall 1994 Issue = 12 Articles
        1. From the Editor by Murray Baumgarten, pp. 339-340
        2. An Anatomy of Black Anti-Semitism by Stephen J. Whitfield, pp. 341-359
        3. Glimpsing Colus in the Golden Land by Michael Galchinsky, pp. 360-368
        4. Elegy for My Father's Generation by Bernhard Frank, pp. 369-370
        5. The Symbolism of the Sukkah by Jeffrey L. Rubenstein, pp. 371-387
        6. The Jews Are My Tahiti by Clive Sinclair, pp. 388-397
        7. Sarah's Silence by Dvora Yanow, pp. 398-408
        8. Ma Oz?; Mother Tongue; The Cycle of Names by Leora Smith, pp. 409-411
        9. Germany's Vanishing Holocaust Monuments by James E. Young, pp. 412-418
        10. Translation as Reversion by John Felstiner, pp. 419-431
        11. Jolson, the Jazz Singer and the Jewish Mother by Irv Saposnik, pp. 432-442
        12. Index to Volume 43, pp. 443-450
      4. [+]
        Winter 1994 Issue = 13 Articles
        1. The First Reader by R.B.W., pp. 3-5
        2. Holding Fast to Integrity by Joseph Sherman, pp. 6-18
        3. David's Final Testament by Benjamin Edidin Scolnic, pp. 19-26
        4. The Evening Shema by Carl M. Perkins, pp. 27-36
        5. Was Isaac Deceived? by Joseph Rackman, pp. 37-45
        6. Contacts Between Jewish and Indo-Tibetan Civilizations Through the Ages by Nathan Katz, pp. 46-60
        7. Moses in the Light of Schiller by Henry Regensteiner, pp. 61-65
        8. Worship and Redemption by Ira F. Stone, pp. 66-77
        9. The Ritual and the Concept of Havdalah by Zvi A. Yehuda, pp. 78-86
        10. An Analysis of the Book of Jonah by Paul Kahn, pp. 87-99
        11. Lilith by Sarah Singer, p. 100
        12. [+]
          A Mind to Savage Judaism by Edward L. Greenstein, pp. 101-109 - 1 Review
          1. The Savage in Judaism by Howard Eilberg-Schwartz
        13. [+]
          Review Between Worlds, by Hava Tirosh-Rothschild by Marc Saperstein, pp. 110-114 - 1 Review
          1. Between Worlds by Hava Tirosh-Rothschild
    6. [+]
      Issues of 1995 = 4 Issues, 59 Articles
      1. [+]
        Spring 1995 Issue = 13 Articles
        1. Separation Anxiety by Stephen J. Whitfield, pp. 131-145
        2. "One, Walking and Studying..." by Jeremy Benstein, pp. 146-168
        3. six, Munich Paranoia, Voyage Home by Karen Alcalay-Gut, pp. 169-170
        4. Shmuel HaKatan and the Political Background to Avot 4:19 by Jeffrey M. Cohen, pp. 171-180
        5. "Which is the Merchant heere? and which the Jew?" by Robert Zaslavsky, pp. 181-192
        6. Sabbath Queen, Idols, Grandfathering, Esther's King, Born Again Jew by Richard Sherwin, pp. 193-195
        7. Philo and Midrash by Naomi G. Cohen, pp. 196-207
        8. Isaac Bashevis Singer in America by Anita Norich, pp. 208-218
        9. Jephthah's Daughter by Sarah Singer, p. 219
        10. Learning the Lessons of Studying Jewish Music by Mark Slobin, pp. 220-225
        11. Creation and Redemption by Bernard Och, pp. 226-243
        12. Matzah, Manna by Debra Cash, p. 244
        13. From All Their Habitations by Sanford Pinsker, pp. 245-258
      2. [+]
        Summer 1995 Issue = 18 Articles
        1. The Murder of Walter Rathenau by Carole Fink, pp. 259-270
        2. The Jews of Europe and the Moment of Death in Medieval and Modern Times by Elliott Horowitz, pp. 271-281
        3. Women and Kaddish by Joel B. Wolowelsky, pp. 282-290
        4. Covered Mirrors by Mark Neider, p. 291
        5. Conservative Rabbis, Their Movement, and American Judaism by Gerald L. Zelizer, pp. 292-303
        6. Response by Jonathan D. Sarna, pp. 304-308
        7.  ---  by Jenna Weissman Joselit, pp. 309-310
        8.  ---  by Henry Feingold, pp. 311-313
        9. The Golem, Zevi Ashkenazi, and Reproductive Biotechnology by Byron L. Sherwin, pp. 314-322
        10. Insomnia again, Isaac Stern's Performance by Hilda Raz, pp. 323-324
        11. Jacob's Limp by Schneir Levin, pp. 325-327
        12. Religion and Politics in Israel and Jerusalem by Ira Sharkansky, pp. 328-340
        13. Taking the Argo to Nineveh by Gildas Hamel, pp. 341-359
        14. The Day Stalin Died, 19332 by Marc J. Straus, pp. 360-361
        15. Jonah's Journey by David Zucker, pp. 362-368
        16. From All Their Habitations by Frances Degen Horowitz, pp. 369-372
        17. [+]
          Writing Religious History by William Nicholls, pp. 373-378 - 1 Review
          1. The Sacred Chain by Norman F. Cantor
        18. [+]
          Black-Jewish Relations Revisited by Edward S. Shapiro, pp. 379-385 - 2 Reviews
          1. What Went Wrong? by Murray Friedman and Peter Binzen
          2. Blacks and Jews: Alliances and Arguments by Paul Berman
      3. [+]
        Fall 1995 Issue = 18 Articles
        1. Call It Sleep by Hana Wirth-Nesher, pp. 388-397
        2. A Yiddish Poet Translates His Poem in New York by Richard Fein, p. 398
        3. Crisis in the Scrollery by A.I. Baumgarten, pp. 399-413
        4. Manna, Sarah Talks to God, Afternoon in Tel Aviv by Lillian Elkin, pp. 414-416
        5. Jewish Studies in Northern California: A Symposium by Moses Rischin, pp. 417-419
        6. Between Los Angeles and Berkeley by Deborah Dash Moore, pp. 420-429
        7. This Alien Thing That Is My Inheritance by Howard Eilberg-Schwartz, pp. 430-432
        8. The Common Era by Naomi Janowitz, pp. 433-434
        9. Home Again? by Steven J. Zipperstein, pp. 435-436
        10. Judaism and Nature by Eilon Schwartz, pp. 437-447
        11. Rosenzweig's Rebbe Halevi by Richard Cohen, pp. 448-466
        12. Time, Form, and Content by Barbara Galli, pp. 467-476
        13. Shabbat Love Poem by Jay Ladin, p. 477
        14. A Pilgrimage to Germany by Joseph Greenblum, pp. 478-483
        15. Mezuzah Haiku by Elaine Starkman, p. 484
        16. Balfour on Mount Scopus by David Lyon Hurwitz, pp. 485-498
        17. From All Their Habitations by Shimon Wincelberg, pp. 499-507
        18. Index to Volume 44, pp. 508-514
      4. [+]
        Winter 1995 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. Churchill and Palestine by David Lyon Hurwitz, pp. 3-32
        2. The Eighth and Thirteenth by Alicia Ostriker, pp. 33-35
        3. From In the Garden of Delights by Ariel Bloch and Chana Bloch, pp. 36-63
        4. Collaboration, Computers, and Collegiality by M.J. Broyde and D.R. Blumenthal, p. 64
        5. Defilement of the Hands, Canonization of the Bible, and the Special Status of Esther, E... by Michael J. Broyde, pp. 65-79
        6. Where God is Not by David R. Blumenthal, pp. 80-92
        7. Ghosts by Elizabeth Rosner, p. 93
        8. Who Knows Four? by Alvan Kaunfer, pp. 94-103
        9. From All Their Habitations by Peter Kenez, pp. 104-114
        10. Communications by Jules Harlow, Joel Wolowelsky, and Rochelle L. Millen, ..., pp. 115-130
    7. [+]
      Issues of 1996 = 4 Issues, 55 Articles
      1. [+]
        Spring 1996 Issue = 14 Articles
        1. Introduction by William M. Brinner, pp. 131-133
        2. Central European Intellectuals in Palestine by George L. Mosse, pp. 134-141
        3. A New Scholarly Colony in Jerusalem by David N. Myers, pp. 142-158
        4. Response to George Mosse and David Myers by Martin Jay, pp. 159-162
        5. Culture, Religion, and Language in Middle Eastern Universities by Jacob M. Landau, pp. 163-168
        6. The Beginnings of Arabic and Islamic Studies by Menahem Milson, pp. 169-182
        7. The Zionist Labor Movement and the Hebrew University by Anita Shapira, pp. 183-202
        8. The View from Scopus by Arthur A. Goren, pp. 203-224
        9. Water, Unfolding by Leora B. Smith, p. 225
        10. Pat Buchanan and the Jews by Edward S. Shapiro, pp. 226-234
        11. Vowels by Hilda Raz, pp. 235-236
        12. [+]
          The Recovered Self by D. Mesher, pp. 237-245 - 5 Reviews
          1. Auschwitz and After by Charlotte Delbo
          2. Bridge of Sorrow, Bridge of Hope by Rivah Chirurg
          3. The Dentist of Auschwitz by Benjamin Jacobs
          4. The Smell of Humans by Erno Szep
          5. Varieties of Fear by Peter Kenez
        13. [+]
          Teaching Judaism in the Secular University by William Nicholls, pp. 246-248 - 2 Reviews
          1. The Teaching Jewish Civilization by Moshe Davis
          2. Judaism in Modern Times by Jacob Neusner
        14. From All Their Habitations by Victor Geller, pp. 249-258
      2. [+]
        Summer 1996 Issue = 14 Articles
        1. From Tenement to Theater by Joanna Gewertz Harris, pp. 259-276
        2. Jewish Themes in Stalinist Films by Peter Kenez, pp. 277-284
        3. Let My Right Hand Wither by Schneir Levin, pp. 285-286
        4. Yehuda Amichai: Down To Earth by Jeredith Merrin, pp. 287-297
        5. Wrestling with the Angel of History by Chana Bloch, pp. 298-300
        6. Ten Poems by Yehuda Amichai, Chana Bloch, and Stephen Mitchell, ..., pp. 301-310
        7. Reading Amichai Reading by Chana Kronfeld, pp. 311-323
        8. Moses Montefiore by Manfred Waserman and Amalie Moses Kass, pp. 324-332
        9. On the Hasidic Parable by Aryeh Wineman, pp. 333-339
        10. Teaching Jewish Studies by Robert Liberles, pp. 340-349
        11. From All Their Habitations by Dana Evan Kaplan, pp. 350-360
        12. [+]
          Hitler's Willing Executioners by Samuel W. Kaplan, pp. 361-367 - 1 Review
          1. Hitler's Willing Executioners by Daniel Jonah Goldhagen
        13. [+]
          Searching for the Jesus of History by Michael Goldberg, pp. 368-375 - 2 Reviews
          1. Christian Antisemitism by William Nicholls
          2. Jesus: A Life by A.N. Wilson
        14. [+]
          Lives of God by Gildas Hamel, pp. 376-385 - 2 Reviews
          1. God: A Biography by Jack Miles
          2. A History of God by Karen Armstrong
      3. [+]
        Fall 1996 Issue = 15 Articles
        1. The Symbolism of the Sukka (Part 2) by Jeffrey L. Rubenstein, pp. 387-398
        2. Dan Pagis and the Poetry of Displacement by Robert Alter, pp. 399-402
        3. Nine Poems, English Translations by Dan Pagis and Stephen Mitchell, pp. 403-411
        4. Technology & Responsibility by S.D.N. Cook, pp. 412-420
        5. Mortality by Shirley Kaufman, p. 421
        6. Midrash, Bible, and Women's Voices by Norma Rosen, pp. 422-445
        7. Fanatics and Spirituality by William Nicholls, pp. 446-458
        8. Sarah & Isaac, Generations by Estelle Gershgoren Novak, pp. 459-460
        9. Nationalism, the Jews, and Art History by Margaret Olin, pp. 461-482
        10. Jewish Knowing by Michael L. Satlow, pp. 483-489
        11. Tzedakah & Fundraising by David Ellenson, pp. 490-496
        12. [+]
          Jabotinsky and His Legacy by Rafael Medoff, pp. 497-501 - 1 Review
          1. Lone Wolf by Shmuel Katz
        13. [+]
          Matriarchal Midrash by Andrew Schein, pp. 502-506 - 1 Review
          1. Rachel by Samuel H. Dresner
        14. Communications by Asher J. Margolis and Ruth M. Kaufmann, pp. 507-508
        15. Index to Volume 45, pp. 509-514
      4. [+]
        Winter 1996 Issue = 12 Articles
        1. Talking Like a Jew by Bernard Harrison, pp. 3-28
        2. Natural Law and Judaism by Milton R. Konvitz, pp. 29-45
        3. A Love Poem by Susan Comninos, p. 46
        4. Ethical Issues of Animal Welfare in Jewish Thought by Ze'ev Levy, pp. 47-57
        5. Aquarium by Chava Rosenfarb, p. 58
        6. Two Baroque Seals of Famous Jews by Daniel M. Friedenberg, pp. 59-67
        7. Nation in a Mirror by Bernhard Frank, pp. 68-78
        8. Jews (in Theory) by Michael Weingrad, pp. 79-98
        9. All the Way to Budapest by Gary Pacernick, p. 99
        10. Forced March by Miklos Radnoti, p. 100
        11. Irving Howe and Secular Jewishness by Edward Alexander, pp. 101-118
        12. Awaiting Translation by Leona Toker, pp. 119-129
    8. [+]
      Issues of 1997 = 3 Issues, 50 Articles
      1. [+]
        Spring 1997 Issue = 21 Articles
        1. Introduction by David Clayman and Lee I. Levine, p. 131
        2. From the King's Sanctuary to the Chosen City by Sara Japhet, pp. 132-139
        3. A Jewish City in a Hellenistic Orbit by Lee I. Levine, pp. 140-146
        4. Omphalos of the World by Philip S. Alexander, p. 147
        5. The Hereford Mappa Mundi, pp. 148-149
        6. The Jubilees Mappa Mundi, pp. 150-158
        7. Jerusalem in Jewish Liturgy by Stefan C. Reif, pp. 159-168
        8. Jerusalem in Jewish Law and Custom by David Golinkin, pp. 169-179
        9. The Christian Holy City by Robert L. Wilken, pp. 180-188
        10. The Temple in the Beginnings of the Christian Movement by E.P. Sanders, pp. 189-196
        11. Jerusalem and Mecca by Hava Lazarus-Yafeh, pp. 197-205
        12. Where Earth and Sky Kiss by Rebecca Alexander, p. 206
        13. From "Lowell" by Harold Schimmel, p. 207
        14. The Quest for Jerusalem by Howard Schwartz, pp. 208-217
        15. Document; Simcha by Adam Sol, pp. 218-219
        16. Remembering Anne Frank by Jacob B. Michaelsen, pp. 220-228
        17. World Over and Jewish Cultural Literacy by Brooke Baldwin, pp. 229-233
        18. Jacob Dreams of His Son Joseph by Sarah Singer, p. 234
        19. The New Liturgies by Arnold Jacob Wolf, pp. 235-242
        20. [+]
          Jews in the Victorian Imagination by Richard L. Stein, pp. 243-249 - 5 Reviews
          1. Anti-Semitism, Misogyny, and the Logic of Cultural Difference by Nancy A. Harrowitz
          2. Between "Race" and Culture by Bryan Cheyette
          3. Constructions of "the Jew" in English Literature and Society by Bryan Cheyette
          4. Figures of Conversion by Michael Ragussis
          5. The Origin of the Modern Jewish Woman Writer by Michael Galchinsky
        21. [+]
          A Triptych for Paul Celan by Bernhard Frank, pp. 250-257 - 3 Reviews
          1. Paul Celan by Israel Chalfen
          2. Paul Celan: Poet, Survivor, Jew by John Felstiner
          3. Paul Celan/Nelly Sachs: Correspondence by Barbara Wiedemann, Paul Celan, and Nelly Sachs
      2. [+]
        Summer 1997 Issue = 13 Articles
        1. God of Judgment, God of Compassion by Eli Reich, pp. 259-269
        2. My Yom Kippur Prayer by Leora B. Smith, p. 270
        3. From Peshat to Derash and Back Again by Peter Ochs, pp. 271-292
        4. Who Is A Jew by Stanley Rabinowitz, pp. 293-301
        5. The Future of Jewish Values in Israel by Daniel J. Elazar, pp. 302-317
        6. As If This Could Be Anywhere by Gordon S. Raskin, p. 318
        7. The Sins of the Fathers by Joel S. Kaminsky, pp. 319-332
        8. Inventing Yiddish by Steven J. Bliss, pp. 333-345
        9. Isaac Bashevis Singer in New York by Janet Hadda, pp. 346-363
        10. Shalom Bayit by Davi Walders, p. 364
        11. The Friendly University by Edward S. Shapiro, pp. 365-374
        12. Jesus as an Historical Jew by Arnold Jacob Wolf, pp. 375-380
        13. Communications by Antonio Sindorf and Margaret Olin, pp. 381-386
      3. [+]
        Winter 1997 Issue = 16 Articles
        1. Solomon Schechter and the Ambivalence of Jewish Wissenschaft by David J. Fine, pp. 3-24
        2. Ethnic Trait or Religious Value by Jacob Neusner, pp. 25-32
        3. Party Life by Matthew Goodman, pp. 33-34
        4. Bearing Witness by Haim Marantz, pp. 35-45
        5. The Scholar by Gary Pacernick, p. 46
        6. [+]
          Marginalizing History by Martha G. Krow-Lucal, pp. 47-62 - 1 Review
          1. The Origins of the Inquisition in Fifteenth-Century Spain by Benzion Netanyahu
        7. The Uncanny Jew by Susan E. Shapiro, pp. 63-78
        8. Nature's Healing Power, the Holocaust, and the Environmental Crisis by Eric Katz, pp. 79-89
        9. Yad VaShem by Jay Liveson, p. 90
        10. For and Against the "Righteous Gentiles" by Berel Lang, pp. 91-96
        11. A Jewish Girl in Cracow, 1939 by Richard Fein, p. 97
        12. Rescue the Holocaust---and Today by Leonard Grob, pp. 98-107
        13. From the Ashes by Elisabeth Raab, pp. 108-114
        14. [+]
          Radical Mysticism by Arnold Jacob Wolf, pp. 115-118 - 1 Review
          1. Seek My Face, Speak My Name by Arthur Green
        15. [+]
          How Jewish Was Weimar Jewry? by Alan Levenson, pp. 119-121 - 2 Reviews
          1. The Renaissance of Jewish Culture in Weimar Germany by Michael Brenner
          2. Unspoken Bequest by Hugo Munsterberg
        16. [+]
          Assimilated, Acculturated, or Affirming by Lawrence W. Raphael, pp. 122-130 - 3 Reviews
          1. American Judaism in Transition by Gerhard Falk
          2. Justice by Faye Kellerman
          3. The Day the Rabbi Left Town by Harry Kemelman