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October 2003 by Littman Library of Jewish Civilization .
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Liverpool University Press is the UK's third oldest university press, with a distinguished history of publishing exceptional research since This illuminating study is about the absence of a concept of time in ancient Judaism, and the predominance instead of process in the ancient Jewish world-view.
Sacha Stern draws his evidence from the complete range of Jewish. This illuminating study is about the absence of a concept of time in ancient Judaism, and the predominance instead of process in the ancient Jewish world-view.
Sacha Stern draws his evidence from the complete range of Jewish sources from this period: mainly early rabbinic literature, but also Jewish Hellenistic literature, Qumran sources. Time and Process in Ancient Judaism. Oxford: Littman Library of Jewish Civilization, pp.
$, cloth, ISBN Reviewed by David B. Levy Published on H-Judaic (March, ) This excellent, Time and Process in Ancient Judaism book, insightful, per‐ ceptive, cogently argued, clearly written book is one of the most interesting books I have read in a.
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This book is the summation of decades of research in archaeology and history of the ancient Jewish world, which author Lee Levine, as a senior scholar in this field, is able to deliver from a position of erudition and authority."—Sacha Stern, University College, London, author of Time and Process in Ancient Judaism.
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