Jewish Mysticism by Abelson is a 15 chapter work about how the Jewish concept of Mysticism, or the mysteries surrounding the Bible and spiritual things, dominated Jewish thinking until the present time.
Abrahams Chapters on Jewish Literature is a 27 chapter general history on the Judaism, and various people and events in Jewish History.
Seven volumes were written of the History of the Jewish perspective from the Jewish perspective.
This is an extensive study of Jewish social life during the time of Christ. Excellent work but long.
“It presents, in a clear and beautiful style, continuous history of the events embraced in the Sacred Record; describing the manners, customs, and religions that prevailed in the different periods;
The importance of the Jews in Old Testament prophecy as seen in world affairs today.
Josephus’ studies of Jewish culture. “Now I have undertaken the present work, as thinking it will appear to all the Greeks worthy of their study; for it will contain all our antiquities, and the constitution of our government, as interpreted out of the Hebrew Scriptures.” Josephan scholar, Louis Feldman, highlights several of the misconceptions about the Jewish people that were being circulated in Josephus’ time. In particular, the Jews were thought to lack great historical figures and a credible history of their people. They were also accused of harboring hostility toward non-Jews, and were thought to be generally lacking in loyalty, respect for authority, and charity. With these harsh accusations against the Jews fluttering about the Roman empire, Josephus, formerly Joseph ben Matthias, set out to provide a Hellenized version of the Jewish history.