Where is Jewish Publication Society?

Where is Jewish Publication Society?

Jewish Publication Society

Founded 1888
Country of origin United States
Headquarters location Philadelphia
Publication types Books
Nonfiction topics Judaica

What is the JPS Bible Translation?

The JPS TANAKH is an entirely original translation of the Holy Scriptures into contemporary English, based on the Masoretic (the traditional Hebrew) text.

What are the two most important Jewish books called?

Torah and Judaism

  • Torah.
  • Nevi’im.
  • Ketuvim.

How many pages is the Tanakh?

2032 pages
The Hebrew Bible produced by the Jewish Publication Society has 2032 pages. The Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia version has 1574 pages. What Christians call the Old Testament, is called the Hebrew Bible by Jews. The Hebrew Bible is divided into three sections: The Torah, the Prophets, and the Writings.

Which holy book do Muslims use?

The Qur’an
The Qur’an is the holy book that contains the teachings of Allah given to the Prophet Muhammad.

What is the Jewish Publication Society?

Just Released! The Jewish Publication Society (JPS) is about the great books of Judaism. Our mission is to promote Jewish literacy and self-understanding through the publication of books of enduring worth. “Accessible scholarship” is JPS’s unique niche.

What are the top publishers of Jewish books?

19 Top Publishers of Jewish Books 1. Menucha Publishers. The Easy-Shmeezy Guide to Yiddish by R’ Moshe Sherizen, The Thinking Jewish Teenager’s Guide to… 2. Judaica Press. Brooklyn, New York also houses Judaica Press, a publishing firm that has been in business for over 50… 3. Feldheim

What is the best Jewish magazine to read?

Top 15 Jewish Magazines & Publications To Follow in 2021. 1 1. Tablet Magazine | A New Read on Jewish Life. New York About Magazine Tablet is a daily online magazine of Jewish news, ideas, and culture. Launched 2 2. Mosaic Magazine. 3 3. Lilith Magazine. 4 4. Jewish Action Magazine. 5 5. Jewish Quarterly Magazine.

What kind of books can I submit to the Yiddish Book Library?

Their accepted categories include holiday books, life cycle stories, Bible tales, folktales, stories about Israel, Jewish history, Jewish heroes, and any other Jewish topic of your choice. You can send your manuscripts via email or post.