Pathways through the Bible: Classic Selections from the Tanakh

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Pathways
Through the Bible
Classic Selections from
the TANAKH

by
Mortimer J. Cohen

Updated and revised by
David E. S. Stein

Illustrations by
Arthur Szyk

2002 • 5762
The Jewish Publication Society
Philadelphia

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Pathways through the Bible: Classic Selections from the Tanakh
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Dedicated v
  • Dedication vi
  • Contents vii
  • Foreword to the 2002 Edition xv
  • Foreword to the Original Edition xvii
  • Your Bible xxi
  • Hebrew Bible or Tanakh xxiv
  • The Torah (Teaching) 2
  • Genesis 3
  • Exodus 63
  • Leviticus 91
  • Numbers 113
  • Deuteronomy 137
  • The Prophets 149
  • Joshua 150
  • Judges 164
  • Ruth 183
  • Samuel 192
  • Kings 241
  • Amos 293
  • Hosea 306
  • Isaiah 314
  • Isaiah of the Exile 331
  • Jeremiah 343
  • Ezekiel 364
  • Jonah 375
  • The Writings 382
  • Psalms 383
  • Proverbs 405
  • Job 418
  • The Song of Songs 436
  • Lamentations 444
  • Ecclesiastes 450
  • Esther 459
  • Daniel 471
  • Ezra-Nehemiah 486
  • Along the Pathways 502
  • About Mortimer J. Cohen 504
  • About Arthur Szyk 506
  • Editor’s Note to the 2002 Edition 508
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