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Judaism

BM 1-449 - Judaism

Call Number Subject
BM 1 Periodicals. Serials
BM 70-135 Study & teaching
BM 150-449 History
- BM 201-449 - By region or country

BM 450-532 - Sources of Jewish religion. Rabbinical literature

Call Number Subject
BM 450-478.8 Tanakh. Hebrew Bible
BM 480-488.8 Pre-Talmudic Jewish literature (non-Biblical)
BM 495-532 Rabbinical literature
- BM 497-509 - Talmudic literature
- - BM 497-497.8 - - Mishnah
- - BM 499-504.7 - - Babylonian Talmud
- - BM 508-508.5 - - Tosefta
- BM 510-518 - Midrash
- BM 520-523.7 - Halacha
- BM 525-526 - Cabala
- BM 529 - Jewish tradition

BM 534-645 - Judaism

Call Number Subject
BM 534-538 Relation of Judaism to special subject fields
- BM 534-536 - Religions
BM 545-582 Principles of Judaism (General)
BM 585-585.4 Controversial works against the Jews
BM 590-591 Jewish works against Christianity & Islam
BM 600-645 Dogmatic Judaism

BM 650-747 - Practical Judaism

Call Number Subject
BM 650 General works
BM 651-652.7 Priests, rabbis, etc.
BM 653-653.7 Congregations. Synagogues
BM 654-655.6 The tabernacle. The temple
BM 656-657 Forms of worship
BM 660-679 Liturgy & ritual
BM 690-695 Festivals & fasts
BM 700-720 Rites & customs
BM 723-729 Jewish way of life. Spiritual life. Mysticism. Personal religion. Moral theology
BM 730-747 Preaching. Homiletics

BM 750-755 - Biography

Call Number Subject
BM 750-755 Biography

BM 900-990 - Samaritans

Call Number Subject
BM 900-990 Samaritans