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#1 scottr

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Posted 04 February 2008 - 07:37 PM

As a new person to studying the Mishna as part of my biblical studies and sermon preparation, it would be great if Neusner's Mishna actually came with a Table of Contents that told me where I could find certain background/rulings. To have an English TOC or even better, a Heb-Eng TOC would be a great help to the average pastor seeking to find Jewish background. Am I missing something inherent in the modules already, or could this be added? As I looked online at Neusner's text version, his TOC is very useful and helpful, unfortunately I don't want to have to scroll around Amazon everytime I am looking for something.

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Posted 04 February 2008 - 10:48 PM

You can select Display: List All Book Names to see a listing of individual sections/books in the Mishna.

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Posted 05 February 2008 - 12:13 PM

Thanks. That's a little helpful, but since my Hebrew is less than adequate, that doesn't tell me enough about what I would find in each section. Right now, I have created my own TOC in a user module, but it would be way more handy if it was an integral part of the module like the Commentaries where you can get to a certain section easily, or even be able to look for the section regarding tithes, which I now know is Ma'aserot and Ma'aser Sheni along with a few others on various other offerings, but the Hebrew naming of these doesn't help the non-expert in these very well. Neusner's TOC to the printed addition is wonderful for trying to find stuff, but since I don't have that, and I was hoping to make it easier by getting an e-text for searching that would be a great addition to the module.

You can select Display: List All Book Names to see a listing of individual sections/books in the Mishna.






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