See also:scholar, was
See also:born in
See also:Pomerania in 1828, and died in England 1885 . He was one of the pioneers of the critical study of the Old Testament in England . At one
See also:time he was secretary to the Chief
See also:Rabbi; in 1853 he became tutor in the
See also:family and enjoyed leisure to produce his commentaries and other
See also:works . The first
See also:instalment of his commentary on the Pentatouch was Exodus (1855); this was followed by
See also:Genesis (1858) and
See also:Leviticus in two parts (1867–1872) . Kalisch wrote before the publication of
See also:Wellhausen's works, and anticipated him in some important points . Besides these works, Kalisch published in 1877–1878 two volumes of Bible studies (on Balaam and Jonah) . He was also author of a once popular
See also:Hebrew grammar in two volumes (1862-1863) . In 188o he published Path and
See also:Goal, a brilliant discussion of human destiny . His commentaries are of permanent value, not only because of the author's originality, but also because of his erudition . No other works in
See also:English contain such full citations of earlier literature . (I .
ISIDOR KALISCH (1816-1886)
KALISPEL, or PEND
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