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Essays in Education and Judaism in Honor of Joseph S. Lukinsky
Burton I. Cohen and Adina Ofek; editors
January 1, 2002 by JTS Press (Jewish Theological Seminary) .
Written in English
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Studies in Honor of Joseph S. Lukinsky makes a unique and welcomed contribution to the field of Jewish Education. While the Jewish communities from ancient times onward have made education a priority on the communal agenda, it is only since the mid-twentieth century that Jewish Education has developed as an academic : $ Book Description New York; Jewish Theological Seminary of America, Hardcover.
Original Cloth. 8vo. Xii, pages. 23 cm. First edition. With frontispiece portrait. Commemoration Book for Professor Joseph S. Lukinsky, emeritus professor of Jewish education at the Jewish Theological Seminary, who passed away in Price Range: $ - $ This book is a collection of essays in honor of the life and work of Dr.
Lifsa Schachter. The contributors span a broad range of Dr. Schachter's year involvement in Jewish education and scholarship. The three major foci of the volume--Bible, Hebrew, and Jewish education--reflect the three major arenas of her work.5/5(1).
ESSAYS IN EDUCATION AND JUDAISM IN HONOR OF JOSEPH S. LUKINSKY. Hardcover. 8vo; missing pages, covers loose, ex-library. Poor condition.
Cohen, J. Postponing spiritual gratification: Levinas’ perception of religious maturity as an orienting notion for Jewish education. In B. Cohen & A. Ofek (Eds.), Essays in education and Judaism in honor of Joseph S. Lukinsky (pp. New York: Jewish Theological Seminary Press.
Google ScholarAuthor: Jonathan A. Cohen. In B. Cohen & A. Ofek (Eds.), Essays in education and Judaism in honor of Joseph S. Lukinsky (pp. 97–).
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Essays In Education And Judaism In Honor Of Studies in Honor of Joseph S. Lukinsky makes a unique and welcomed contribution to the field of Jewish Education. While the Jewish communities from ancient times onward have made education a priority on the communal agenda, it is only since Pages: Essays In Education And Judaism In Honor Of Studies in Honor of Joseph S.
Lukinsky makes a unique and welcomed contribution to the field of Jewish Education. While the Jewish communities from ancient times onward have made education a priority on the communal agenda, it is only since Author: Daniel Pekarsky.
Burton I. Cohen, AM’64, PhD’74, and Adina Ofek, editors, Essays in Education and Judaism in Honor of Joseph S.
Lukinsky (Jewish Theological Seminary Press). This collection of articles by American and Israeli scholars honors a leading figure in the development of Jewish education.
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