The Classic Midrash: Tannaitic Commentaries on the Bible
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Tannaitic Commentaries on the Bible Reuven Hammer, Judah Goldin. The
activity and products of interpretation are known as Midrash , a noun formed from
the verbal root “ darash ” ( drš ) . That root is not uncommon in Biblical
Tannaitic Commentaries on the Bible Reuven Hammer, Judah Goldin ... thinking
while students of Judaism see in it one the basic building blocks — perhaps the
major one — in the creation of rabbinic ( as opposed to Biblical ) Judaism .
Tannaitic Commentaries on the Bible Reuven Hammer, Judah Goldin ... R.
Nathan - finds a Biblical verse on which to base the practice . have eaten it The
usual translation is AND HE WILL BLESS YOUR BREAD AND YOUR WATER . R
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Notes to Introduction
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