1 edition of rabbinic anthology, selected and arr. with comments and introductions found in the catalog.
rabbinic anthology, selected and arr. with comments and introductions
Claude Joseph Goldsmid Montefiore
|Statement||by C. G. Montefiore and H. Loewe.|
|Contributions||Loewe, Herbert Martin James, 1882-1940|
|LC Classifications||BM40 .M6|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||853|
|LC Control Number||60-6770|
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Last month, good news came to Steven Katz twice in one day. His editing of The Cambridge History of Judaism, Volume 4: The Late Roman-Rabbinic Period was recognized with a win in the National Jewish Book Awards in the Reference category. And an anthology he coedited, Wrestling with God: Jewish Theological Responses During and After the Holocaust, was selected as runner-up in . "With the publication of this volume, the Anchor Bible Reference Library achieves a landmark in the history of rabbinic literature and religion. In Introduction to Rabbinic Literature, legendary author Jacob Neusner collects the essence of a lifetime of scholarship. In short, this book explores the formative age of rabbinic literature, and tells in a simple, straightforward way what these.
* Commentary anthologized from 2, years of Talmudic and Rabbinic sources * Overviews exploring the hashkafah/philosophical background of each volume. We have over , Jewish Books in Stock, please make sure to check out our Our eBay Store. Questions, comments, Requests? OUR STORE NUMBER IS Seller Rating: % positive. The rabbis are as important today as they were two thousand years ago, at the dawn of the literature that came to be named after them. The Mishnah, the Tosefta, the Talmuds, the collections of Midrash, and other writings ascribed to the ancient rabbis -- the oral Torah -- were gradually produced between the first and the seventh century of the Common Era/5(17).
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Founder of Liberal Judaism in England, Claude Goldsmid Montefiore () wrote extensively on Jewish and Christian theology and ethics. His final book, published in and co-edited with Herbert Loewe (), remains selected and arr. with comments and introductions book of the most comprehensive and authoritative collections available of Rabbinic literature dating from to CE.5/5(1).
I got this book because I was reading "A Case for God" by Karen Armstrong and the wisdom sayings and anecdotes from Rabbinic writings were referenced from this book. It's a delightful book with stories that can be used as illustrations for preaching or meditation on the nature of God and righteous living.5/5(1).
A Rabbinic Anthology book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers/5. "A Rabbinic Anthology is a page compendium and interpretation of all of those passages in the Talmudic and Midrashic literature which bear on the nature of God, the law, virtue, prayer, faith, sin, charity, the Messiah, the Last Judgment.
A Rabbinic Anthology, Selected and Arranged With Comments and Introductions by C.g. Montefiore and H. Loewe, With a Prolegomenon by Raphael Loewe. A Rabbinic anthology is a compendium of all those passages in the Talmudic and Midrashic literature that bear on the nature of God, the Law, virtue, prayer, faith, sin, charity, the Messiah, the Last Judgment.
It also illuminates rabbinic attitudes toward family, asceticism, hospitality, courtesy, and peace. Responsibility: selected and arranged with comments and introductions by C.G.
Montefiore and H. Loewe. ( Pg.A Rabbinic Anthology Selected and Arranged with Comments and Introductions Author: Montefiore C.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : H. Loewe Edited by C. Montefiore. The selections are framed by essays by David Stern and Mark Jay Mirsky that examine the various moods and forms in which the rabbinic imagination found expression and explore the impact that this.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Montefiore, C.G. (Claude Goldsmid), Rabbinic anthology. London, Macmillan, (OCoLC) RABBINIC ANTHOLOGY, A: selected and arranged with comments and introductions: publisher: Schocken Books: subject: Judaism.
Aggada--Translations into English. Midrash--Translations into English. Jewish ethics. comments: RESERVE COLLECTION: IN LIBRARY USE ONLY: 'Reprint of the ed. published by Macmillan, London; with new prolegomenon. ' LOC. Rabbinic literature, in its broadest sense, can mean the entire spectrum of rabbinic writings throughout Jewish history.
However, the term often refers specifically to literature from the Talmudic era, as opposed to medieval and modern rabbinic writing, and thus corresponds with the Hebrew term Sifrut Chazal (Hebrew: ספרות חז״ל "Literature [of our] sages," where Hazal normally.
To have Book of Legends/Sefer Ha-Aggadah available in English is to open to the entire English-reading world -- Jew, non-Jew, religionist, secularist -- one of the very great creations of humankind: a rich and intricately woven tapestry of tales, homilies, legends and dreams that come to us from the very roots of the s: An Introduction to Judaic Thought and Rabbinic Literature Martin Sicker Many people have heard the term Talmud but have little or no idea what it is, what it contains, and why it was written; moreover, few have ever actually looked into one of its works, and even fewer would make any sense of it if they did.
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If you have ever wanted to know the difference between the Mishnah and the Mekhilta, or what the major types of Midrashic books were, this book is at least worth s: 3.
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Talmud (tăl´məd) [Aramaic from Heb.,=learning], in Judaism, vast compilation of the Oral Law with rabbinical elucidations, elaborations, and commentaries, in contradistinction to the Scriptures or Written Laws.
The Talmud is the accepted authority for Orthodox Jews everywhere. Its two divisions are the Mishna or text of the Oral Law (in Hebrew) and the Gemara (in Aramaic), a commentary on.
Rabbinic literature was formed, evolved and transmitted orally. 11 A list from the desk of a Rabbi. A list of verses and laws to the Weekly Readings (Oded Rosenblum) The Rational Homiletic unity The law as an organizing principle. 12 How central is the Rabbinic Literature for Jewish Culture?
A statstic of books listed by a 12thth century Rabbi.The Talmud (/ ˈ t ɑː l m ʊ d,-m ə d, ˈ t æ l-/; Hebrew: תַּלְמוּד ) is the central text of Rabbinic Judaism and the primary source of Jewish religious law and Jewish theology.
Until the advent of modernity, in nearly all Jewish communities, the Talmud was the centerpiece of Jewish cultural life and was foundational to "all Jewish thought and aspirations", serving also as.The selections are framed by essays by David Stern and Mark Jay Mirsky that examine the various moods and forms in which the rabbinic imagination found expression and explore the impact that this unique form of narrative has had on modern fiction.