Rhymes for a Reason Mother Goose Rhymes For Jewish Children. by Sara G. Levy. New York, Bloch Publishing Co., 1945. 61 pp. $1.25. Nothing is simple any more, once...

This astonishingly modern essay was delivered in the form of a lecture, in Berlin in January 1869, by Hermann Cohen, considered by many the foremost...

No More Apologies All God’s Children: A Jew Speaks. by Armond E. Cohen. New York, The Macmillan Co., 1945. 104 pp. $1.50. Rabbi Cohen writes a series of “open...

Capturing the Prophets Meet Amos and Hosea: The Prophets of Israel. by Rolland Emerson Wolfe. New York, Harper & Bros., 1945. 180 pp. $2.00. Here is a volume prepared...

To the Editor: As a charter subscriber to the Contemporary Jewish Record and one of the 2,267 people who answered your questionnaire I want to express...

Does the concept [of social ethics] not contain a redundancy? Can there ever be a morality that does not rest on the social relations of...

Can Jewish life in this country attain that vitality of function, that variety of content, that integrity and distinctiveness of pattern, and that degree of...

Cedars of Lebanon XVI On Being A Jewish Person by Franz Rosenzweig The state of the world today may force us to postpone many desirable things, not for a...

Better than King James The Bible and the Common Reader. by Mary Ellen Chase. New York, The Macmillan Company, 1944. 315 pp. $2.50. The object of this book is...