Disability in Jewish law / Tzvi C. Marx.
Who makes people different : Jewish perspectives on people with disabilities / Rabbi Carl Astor
first edition edited by Stephen Garfinkel
revised edition edited by Karen L. Stein.
בשער גם: משנה הבריות
Updated and revised edition.
New York (N.Y.)-place of publication
Garfinkel, Stephen (editor)
New York : International Youth Commission, United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism
On verso of title page: United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism, Department of Youth Activities... A publication of the International Youth Commission, United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism.
Includes bibliographical references.
141, 4 pages : illustrations
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