The study of Jewish jurisprudence has become interesting during the past ten years through the efforts of some painstaking scholars, who have not been burdened with any particular dogma, but have been actuated by a true Christian spirit. They have been close students of those portions of the Talmud which throw light on the jurisprudence of the Jews.
Knowlton, Jerome C. "The Courts of Judea." Mich. L. J. 3, no. 11 (1894): 299-307.
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