Oxford University Press (2007)
|Abstract||The book uses insights from modern Jewish philosophy together with contemporary hermeneutics, semiotics, and postliberal theology to develop new terms of ...|
|Keywords||Judaism Liturgy Prayer Judaism Philosophy, Jewish|
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|Call number||BM660.K49 2007|
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