England: Gress International Publishers, LTD, 1969. Reprint. 4to. 102 leaves. Beige hard cover. Title of work and name of author in gold lettering on front cover and on spine. Book is a philosophical work on the principal teachings in Judaism. No damage to book or pages. No title page. Text in Hebrew written in the Rashi font. Book is in fine condition. vg. Item #22379
On Derekh Emunah (source: EJ) Written by Abraham ben Shem Tov Bibago (15 century) in 1521 in Spain, Derekh Emunah is a philosophical work on the major tenets of Judaism. The work is divided into three sections. The first section discusses the acts of God, His knowledge and divine providence. The second section discusses faith and reason, sin and related topics. The third section discusses the principals of Judaism, miracles, and creation. Derekh Emunah was first printed in Constantinople in 521. This edition is a 1969 facsimile of the 1521 manuscript from the Royal Library in Copenhagen.