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Commentaries from a Jewish Perspective
The commentaries below interpret and explain the biblical text from a Jewish perspective.
Most Jewish commentaries focus on the Torah (the first 5 books of the Old Testament, also known as the Pentateuch), though some commentaries also cover other books from the Old Testament.
The Torah includes the first five books of the Bible: Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, Deuteronomy.
The Torah: A Modern Commentary series
Genesis: Book Stacks--Library Use Only BS1235.3 .P55 1974
Exodus: Book Stacks--Library Use Only BS1245.3 .P55 1983
Leviticus: Book Stacks--Library Use Only BS1255.3 .B35 1979
Numbers: Book Stacks--Library Use Only BS1265.3 .P55 1979
Deuteronomy: Book Stacks--Library Use Only BS1275.3 .P55 1983
Additional Torah Commentaries
Old Testament Commentaries
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