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An excellent book, beautifully written and compassionately felt that gives insights into relationships between early rabbis and the eternal pull between secularism, tradition,... Read morePublished 24 days ago by Hyacinth
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Great book. Must read for anyone with an interest in History and Judaism.Published 5 months ago by Ron
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