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A wonderful resource for students of Judaism and Christianity, The Jewish Study Bible Notes provide commentary on the Old Testament from the Judaic perspective. This resource is a compilation by leading Jewish scholars examining the views and interpretations of the ancient and modern rabbinical scholars of the Old Testament. The Jewish Study Bible Notes, 2nd Edition has over two dozen detailed and scholarly articles on topics like Jewish interpretation of the Bible, canonization, reading Biblical poetry, and the role of the Bible in Jewish life. This resource is of great value to all students of the Bible, and works well with the Tanakh translation of the Bible (sold separately).
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Note: this product differs from the print version as it does not contain the color maps, the preface, and some translators' notes.
"Serious students of Judaism will want to have a copy of this outstanding and surprisingly affordable study Bible, which stands in the tradition of Oxford's great study Bibles." - Publishers Weekly, Religion Bookline
"Another superb holiday gift, especially appropriate for non-Orthodox Jews, is The Jewish Study Bible from Oxford University Press, which finally stands alongside the many verse-by-verse commentaries for Christians. This work also is recommended for serious-minded Christian readers." - Associated Press
Adele Berlin is Robert H. Smith Professor of Hebrew Bible Emerita at the University of Maryland.
Marc Zvi Brettler is Dora Golding Professor of Biblical Studies and Chair of the Department of Near Eastern and Judaic Studies at Brandeis University.