The Shema: Spirituality and Law in Judaism as Exemplified in the Shema, the Most Important Passage in the Torah

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Acknowledgments

N o book is written and carried through to publication by the author alone; even God availed Himself of the services of Moses and the Elders in getting His book to the world. I therefore take pleasure in acknowledging the following individuals who reviewed the manuscript at different stages of its preparation and graciously offered me their comments and criticisms: my daughters-in-law Rebecca Lamm and Tina Lamm; my nephew Ari Goldman; my friends Dr. David and Phoebe Weisbrot; and my colleagues Dr. Jeffrey Gurock and Dr. Yaakov Elman. I thank them for their kindness and exonerate them from any errors of content or style that may have survived their searching scrutiny.

My greatest debt of gratitude is the one I owe to my editor, Dr. Ellen Frankel of the Jewish Publication Society. I shall not reveal to her my dark thoughts when I saw how extensively and meticulously she marked up my original typescript. But I gladly acknowledge that after the work was done, I began to appreciate her editorial talents, her sensitivity, and her encouragement.

Norman Lamm
New York City
February 11, 1998
15 Shevat 5758

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