The Sabbath--Cornerstone and Capstone of Jewish Life

Gordis, Robert
January 1982
Judaism;Winter82, Vol. 31 Issue 1, p6
Academic Journal
Explores the importance of Sabbath tradition in the life of Jewish people. Observance of Sabbath day in the Jewish faith; Emphasis of Sabbath day in the Ten Commandments; Consideration of Sabbath day in the legislation system in Israel.


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