Abraham Cohen (editor)

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Abraham Cohen (1887, Reading, Berkshire - 1957) was a Jewish-British scholar.[1] He was the editor of the Soncino Books of the Bible and also participated in the Soncino translation of the Talmud and Midrash.[2][3] He attended the University of London and Cambridge and was a minister of Birmingham Hebrew Congregation from 1933. He also participated actively in the World Jewish Congress and the Zionist movement.[4]


  • Everyman's Talmud The Major Teachings of the Rabbinic Sages (1932)
  • The Parting of the Ways: Judaism and the Rise of Christianity (1954)
  • Introduction and commentary, The Psalms (1950)