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Understanding Jewish prayer,

Author: Jakob Josef Petuchowski
Publisher: New York, Ktav Pub. House, 1972.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jakob Josef Petuchowski
ISBN: 0870681869 9780870681868
OCLC Number: 583863
Description: xiv, 175 p. 24 cm.
Contents: Dynamics and doctrine: Petuchowski, J. J. Spontaneity and tradition. Offering and obligation. Cult, entertainment, and worship. Petition and praise. Hebrew and vernacular prayer. Can modern man pray?--Meanings and directions: An anthology: Heschel, A. J. On prayer. Schwarschild, S. S. Speech and silence before God. Simon, E. On the meaning of prayer. Blidstein, G. J. The limits of prayer: a rabbinic discussion. Weinberg, D. The efficacy of prayer. Berkovits, E. From temple to synagogue and back. Himmelfarb, M. Going to shul.
Responsibility: by Jakob J. Petuchowski.

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