Series: Onkelos on the Torah

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Onkelos on the Torah: Understanding the Bible Text: Genesis by Israel Drazin1
Onkelos On The Torah; Understanding the Bible Text ( Exodus) by Israel Drazin2
Onkelos on the Torah: Understanding the Bible Text Leviticus by Israel Drazin3
Onkelos on the Torah Understanding the Bible Text - Numbers by Israel Drazin4

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  1. The Soncino Chumash by A. Cohen (1947)
  2. Commentary on the Torah by Richard Elliott Friedman (2001)
  3. In the Image of God: A Feminist Commentary on the Torah by Judith S. Antonelli (1995)
  4. Covenant & Conversation, A Weekly Reading of the Jewish Bible, Genesis: The Book of Beginnings by Jonathan Sacks (2009)
  5. The Five Books of Moses by Everett Fox (1995)
  6. Gender, Power, and Promise: The Subject of the Bible's First Story by Danna Nolan Fewell (1993)
  7. The Jewish study Bible : featuring the Jewish Publication Society Tanakh translation by Adele Berlin (2003)
  8. The JPS Torah Commentary: Leviticus by Baruch A. Levine (1989)
  9. The Divine Feminine in Biblical Wisdom Literature: Selections Annotated & Explained (Skylight Illuminations) by Rami M. Shapiro (2005)
  10. A Torah Commentary for Our Times: Exodus and Leviticus (Torah Commentary for Our Times) by Harvey J. Fields (1991)
  11. The Hebrew Scriptures: An Introduction to Their Literature and Religious Ideas by Samuel Sandmel (1963)
  12. The Torah, a Modern Commentary by W. Gunther Plaut (1981)
  13. Studies in Vayikra (Leviticus) by Nehama Leibowitz (1980)
  14. The Particulars of Rapture: Reflections on Exodus by Avivah Gottlieb Zornberg (2001)
  15. Etz Hayim: Torah and Commentary by David L. Lieber (2001)

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