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Modern Judaism 24.3 (2004) 306-307



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Volume Twenty-Four Contents

ARONOWICZ, Annette
Spinoza among the Jewish Communists 1

MITTLEMAN, Alan
  "The Significance of Judaism for the Religious Progress of Humanity" by Hermann Cohen: An Introduction and Translation       36

URBAN, Martina
  Retelling Biblical Mythos Through the Hasidic Tale: Buber's "Saul and David" and the Question of Leadership       59

STERN, Eliyahu E.
  Modern Rabbinic Historiography and the Legacy of Elijah of Vilna: A Review Essay       79

MEYER, Michael A.
  Two Persistent Tensions within Wissenschaft Des Judentums       105

ZOHAR, Zion
  Oriental Jewry Confronts Modernity: The Case of Rabbi Ovadiah Yosef       120

MILLEN, Rochelle L.
  "Like Pebbles on the Seashore": J. B. Soloveitchik on Suffering       150

KAPLAN, Zvi Jonathan
  Rabbi Joel Teitelbaum, Zionism, and Hungarian Ultra-Orthodoxy       165

PENKOWER, Monty Noam
  The Kishinev Pogrom of 1903: A Turning Point in Jewish History       187

GILLER, Pinchas
  Between Poland and Jerusalem: Kabbalistic Prayer in Early Modernity       226 [End Page 306]

KIMELMAN, Reuven
  Rabbis Joseph B. Soloveitchik and Abraham Joshua Heschel on Jewish├▒Christian Relations       251

STUDENT, Gil
  Crossroads: Where Theology Meets Halacha├│A Review Essay       272

BOOK REVIEWS 91, 179,       296

BOOKS RECEIVED       101, 183, 301

CONTRIBUTORS       103, 186, 303

VOLUME TWENTY-FOUR AUTHOR INDEX       304

VOLUME TWENTY-FOUR CONTENTS       306



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ISSN
1086-3273
Print ISSN
0276-1114
Pages
pp. 306-307
Launched on MUSE
2004-09-10
Open Access
No
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