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Studies in Judaism.

S. Schechter

Studies in Judaism.

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Published by Macmillan & Co. in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Judaism

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBM45 .S34
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17417646M

    It implies rather a frivolous treatment of the words of Scripture or of Tradition. Bless my soul; I am stuck on this play. Cole Fellowship. A Jewish philosophy developed in answer to the questions raised by the exposure to Greek thought as distilled through the Islamic natural philosophy and metaphysics.

    Rabbinic hermeneutics 13 Principles of Hermeneutics: A law that operates under certain conditions will surely be operative in other situations where the same conditions are present in a more acute form A law operating in one situation will also be operative in another situation if the text characterizes both situations in identical terms. First, a few observations on the position of the Bible and the Talmud in relation to our theme. It includes a mandatory course called Great Books of the Jewish Tradition. This often requires painstaking research involving the word by word comparison of multiple manuscripts. The 19th chapter of Leviticus, which is considered by the Rabbis as the portion of the Law in which the most important articles of the Torah are embodied, is headed, "Ye shall be holy, for I the Lord your own God am holy. The Chosen, Chaim Potok.

    The major epochs of Jewish history are the Persian and Hellenistic period, including biblical, para-biblical and Hellenistic Jewish writings; the classical period, including the literature, history and thought of rabbinic Judaism and its antecedents; the medieval period, including Jewish history, literature and thought in both Christian and Islamic lands; the early modern period, including Jewish history from the fifteenth through the eighteenth centuries; and the modern period which includes the history, literature and thought of Jews and Judaism from the late eighteenth to the twenty-first century with attention to the impact of modernization. Soloveitchikand Yitzchok Hutner. As an interdisciplinary program, Judaic Studies employs historical, literary, political, social and philosophical methods of analysis. There are a wide variety of courses offered.


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Studies in Judaism. book

We seek the foundation of Judaism in political economy, in hygiene, in everything except religion. During this time, Jews experienced slavery, anarchic and theocratic self-government, conquest, occupation, and exile.

Books on Judaism

But from the foregoing remarks it would seem that the Rabbis could not conceive such a monstrosity as atheistic orthodoxy. Modern Jewish philosophy consists of both Orthodox and non-Orthodox oriented philosophy. I must dismiss the Caraites with these few remarks, my object being chiefly to discuss the dogmas of the Synagogue from which they had separated themselves.

Kaplan, Judaism as a Civilization 2d ed. Below we help you navigate your way through it by featuring a variety of ways in addition to using My Jewish Learning, of course that you can experience Jewish learning on your own, from the comfort of your home, in our digital world.

The Amsterdam community of Marranos those Jews forced by the Inquisition to adopt Christianity, but who continued to practice Judaism in secret, and many of whom later emigrated and returned to the Jewish fold often provided a liberalizing influence on Orthodox Judaism, most significantly in the person of Baruch Spinozaa Jew excommunicated for his unsparing critique of Rabbinic Judaism.

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Probably these principles were controverted by some heretics. They teach that Adam would not have sinned unless he had first denied the "Root of all" or the main principlenamely, the belief in the Omnipresence of God.

The Dogmas of Judaism

He says in his preface, "My heart sickens to see that the belief of my co-religionists is impure and that their theological views are confused. Hornstein Program in Jewish Communal Service. The Patriarch Abraham, notwithstanding all his other virtues, only became "the possessor of both worlds" by the merit of his strong faith.

The conversion process is evaluated by an authority, and the convert is examined on his or her sincerity and knowledge. We have a superfluity of essays on such delicate subjects as eternal punishment, immortality of the soul, the day of judgment, etc.

But if there is anything sure, it is that the highest motives which worked through the history of Judaism are the strong belief in God and the unshaken confidence that at last this God, the God of Israel, will be the God of the whole world; or, in other words, Faith and Hope are the two most prominent characteristics of Judaism.

Maimonides: Prayer, Worship, and Mysticism, written by Prof. It means rather "the aggregate of all those characteristics that makes Judaeans Judaean or Jews Jewish. A growing number of mature students are even obtaining Ph. Ishmael: 'Behold, My word is like fire—declares the Lord—and like a hammer that shatters rock' Jer All their hope was turned to the future redemption and the final establishment of the Kingdom of Heaven on earth.

Studies in the Weekly Portion, Nehama Leibowitz. Engler Anderson. To search in English, check the box to the left of the word "Translation. It attracts Humanities graduates from all over the world. Some philanthropist should provide free copies for corporate executives.

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This Kerboodle Book is an online version of the Student Book. It offers a tried and trusted approach from a team of experienced authors to cover the study of Judaism, and thematic studies from the perspective of Judaism, for the AQA GCSE Religious Studies specification A.

Judaism is an ancient monotheistic religion, with the Torah as its foundational text (part of the larger text known as the Tanakh or Hebrew Bible), and supplemental oral tradition represented by later texts such as the Midrash and the Talmud.