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The ninth volume of Studies in Jewish Education examines issues relating to Biblical research and instruction.

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Studies in Jewish Education IX: Understanding the Bible in Our Time


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Front MatterTitleEditorsTitle pageCopyrightContentsIntroduction: Understanding the Bible in Our Times: Implications for EducationProf. Moshe Greenberg: The Scholar and his Contribution to EducationPart ITeaching the Book of Joshua in Our TimesThe Rise and Fall of the Book of Joshua in the Mamlakhti School System in View of Ideological Shifts in Israeli SocietyThe Book of Joshua as Reflected in Midrashic ExegesisPart IIInterpreting the Bible by Way of Its Ancient Cultural MilieuThe Place of Exegesis in Bible InstrucationPart IIIBiblical Crticism in the Teaching of the Hebrew BibleThe Use of Midrash in the Teaching of Bible in Elementary SchoolHearing the Truth From Whence It Comes vs. Hearing it from An Angel of the Lord of Hosts Bible Instruction in State Religious High Schools; Critique and Suggestions for ImprovementPart IVThe Holy Scriptures in the Religious-Educational Thought of Yeshayahu Leibowitz Depth Theology and Biblical Criticism According to Abraham Joshua Heschel: Educational ImplicationsBetween Angels and Mere Mortals: Nechama Leibowit's Approach to the Study of Biblical CharactersAuthenticity and Invention in Post-Zionist Narrative: The Case of Ben Zion Dinur and the Teaching of BibleChoosing the Right Language: The Disciplinary Orientation of J. Cheryl Exum and Its Educational ImplicationsPart VFrom Knowledge to Pedagogy: What Matters in the Preparation of Bible TeachersScholars' Theories about/of Teaching vs. Teachers' Theories about/of Their Teaching: The Case of Teaching BiblePart VIThe Bible and Its Values
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