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By Reuven Hammer / Paulist Press / 1995
This volume includes commentary and interpretation of Scripture taken from the early rabbinic masters, the Tannaim, along with a running explanation of their theological, literary and historical importance. The editing of the Tannaitic Midrashim took place in the land of Israel in the fourth to fifth centuries AD.
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Reuven Hammer (b. 1933) is a Conservative rabbi, scholar of Jewish liturgy, author and lecturer. He is a founder of the Conservative movement in Israel and a past president of the International Rabbinical Assembly. He served many years as head of the Masorti Beth Din in Israel.