Isaac LeeserIsaac Leeser (December 12, 1806 – February 1, 1868) was an American, Ashkenazi Jewish religious leader, teacher, scholar and publisher. He helped found the Jewish press of America, produced the first Jewish translation of the Bible into English, and helped organize various social and educational organizations. He is considered one of the most important nineteenth century American Jewish personalities. He was "fiercely opposed" to Reform Judaism and is regarded as one of the most important Orthodox rabbis of his era. Provided by Wikipedia
The twenty-four books of the Holy Scriptures : carefully translated according to the Massoretic text, on the basis of the English version, after the best Jewish authorities ; and s...
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