Table of contents for "A great voice that did not cease" : the growth of the rabbinic canon and its interpretation / Michael Chernick.

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General and Methodological Introduction
1. Pentateuchal Narratives and Non-Pentateuchal Sources as Supports for Halakhic Legislation
2. Scriptural Discrepancies and Their Resolution in Midrashic Interpretations
3. The Tranfer of Pentateuchal Rules from One Rubric to Another
4. "Two Scriptural Passages that Teach a Single Principle" and "Two Restrictions" 
Appendix A: 
A Critique of Robert Brody's Views Regarding the Early Provenance of the Stam: The Case of bKetubot 70b
Appendix B: 
A Midrashic Oddity in Mekhilta, Pisha 5

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Rabbinical literature -- History and criticism -- Theory, etc.
Jewish law -- Interpretation and construction.
Bible. O.T. Pentateuch -- Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Hermeneutics -- Religious aspects -- Judaism.