The Pharisees: Preservers of Judaism
Gefen Publishing House Ltd, 2001 - 424 pages
After two thousand years of gross misunderstanding and misrepresentation, Hyman rescues the good name of the Pharisees from a polemical and tarnished imagery. The Pharisees were in fact common people who fought to preserve Judaism following the destruction of the Second Temple and the tragic loss of Jewish national life in the Land of Israel.
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