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TORAH THE FIVE BOOKS OF MOSES NEVI’IM THE PROPHETS KETHUVIM THE WRITINGS

JPS Hebrew-English (Jewish Bible) Tanakh


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Front MatterTitle PageCopyright PageDedication PageContentsPreface to the 1999 Hebrew-English editionThe unbroken chain of uncertaintyThe history of our Hebrew textEditing the JPS Hebrew Bible textEditing summary for the Hebrew textPreface to the 1985 English editionOn the history of Bible translationOn the making of the new translationTORAH: The Five Books of MosesGENESISBere'shit 1.1–6.8Noah 6.9–11.32Lekh Lekha 12.1–17.27Va-yera' 18.1–22.24Hayyei Sarah 23.1–25.18Toledot 25.19–28.9Va-yetse' 28.10–32.3Va-yishlah. 32.4–36.43Va-yeshev 37.1–40.23Mikkets 41.1–44.17Va-yiggash 44.18–47.27Va-yehi 47.28–50.26EXODUSShemot 1.1–6.1Va-'era' 6.2–9.35Bo' 10.1–13.16Be-shallah 13.17–17.16Yitro 18.1–20.26Mishpatim 21.1–24.18Terumah 25.1–27.19Tetsavveh 27.20–30.10Ki Tissa' 30.11–34.35Va-yakhel 35.1–38.20Pekudei 38.21–40.38LEVITICUSVa-yikra' 1.1–5.26Tsav 6.1–8.36Shemini 9.1–11.47Tazria‘ 12.1–13.59Metsora‘ 14.1–15.33'Aharei Mot 16.1–18.30Kedoshim 19.1–20.27'Emor 21.1–24.23Be-har 25.1–26.2Be-hukkotai 26.3–27.34NUMBERSBe-midbar 1.1–4.20Naso' 4.21–7.89Be-ha‘alotekha 8.1–12.16Shelah-Lekha 13.1–15.41Korah. 16.1–18.32Hukkat 19.1–22.1Balak 22.2–25.9Pinhas 25.10–30.1Mattot 30.2–32.42Mase‘ei 33.1–36.13DEUTERONOMYDevarim 1.1–3.22Va-'eth. annan 3.23–7.11‘Ekev 7.12–11.25Re'eh 11.26–16.17Shofetim 16.18–21.9Ki Tetse' 21.10–25.19Ki Tavo' 26.1–29.8Nitsavim 29.9–30.20Va-yelekh 31.1–30Ha'azinu 32.1–52Ve-zo't Ha-berakhah 33.1–34.12NEVI'IM: The ProphetsJOSHUAJUDGES1 SAMUEL2 SAMUEL1 KINGS2 KINGSISAIAHJEREMIAHEZEKIELHOSEAJOELAMOSOBADIAHJONAHMICAHNAHUMHABAKKUKZEPHANIAHAGGAIZECHARIAHMALACHIKETHUVIM: The WritingsPSALMSPROVERBSSONGRUTHLAMENTATIONSECCLESIASTESESTHERDANIELEZRANEHEMIAH1 CHRONICLES2-CHRONICLESBack MatterGUIDE TO ENGLISH FOOTNOTESGUIDE TO HEBREW FOOTNOTESTABLE OF SCRIPTURAL READINGSINDEX OF TORAH READINGS
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