Il Talmud E La Letteratura Rabbinica

Author: Charlotte Elisheva Fonrobert
ISBN: 9788839408525
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I capitoli di questo volume non ricalcano il percorso seguito dalla maggior parte delle introduzioni alla letteratura rabbinica, bensì mirano a rendere i testi e le pratiche testuali rabbiniche comprensibili nella loro funzione. A questo scopo la prima parte affronta le diverse condizioni ideologiche, sociali e politiche in cui la letteratura dei rabbi ha preso forma, approfondendone ad esempio la natura collettiva e collettivistica delle sue raccolte, o prendendovi in esame il rapporto fra oralità e uso dei testi. Una seconda e più estesa parte tratta delle diverse forme culturali e letterarie che fanno l'originalità del corpo rabbinico, affrontando questioni come l'ermeneutica rabbinica, il diritto e la letteratura giuridica nella concezione dei rabbi, la dimensione folclorica dei differenti testi. Un'ultima e terza sezione illustra la letteratura rabbinica come produzione che contribuisce con sollecitazioni sue proprie alla costituzione e anche alla critica della cultura dominante, dal modo di pensare l'io, l'altro e il diverso, a questioni di genere, al modo di concepire il passato e di praticarne la memoria, all'idea di razionalità che sottostà allo stile argomentativo dei rabbi.

Everymans Talmud

Author: A Cohen
Editor: Hachette UK
ISBN: 1780227124
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"While there is now no lack of books which regale the English reader with selections from the Talmud, tales from the Talmud and wise sayings of the Rabbis, there is no work which attempts a comprehensive survey of the doctrine of this important branch of Jewish literature. To supply that want is the task undertaken in the present volume. Its aim is to provide a summary of the teachings of the Talmud on Religion, Ethics, Folk-lore, and Jurisprudence." The Rev. Dr. A. Cohen, 1931

The Penguin Book Of Hebrew Verse

Author: T. Carmi
Editor: Penguin UK
ISBN: 0141966602
Size: 17,78 MB
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This stunning anthology gathers together the riches of poetry in Hebrew from 'The Song of Deborah' to contemporary Israeli writings. Verse written up to the tenth century show the development of piyut, or liturgical poetry, and retell episodes from the Bible and exalt the glory of God. Medieval works introduce secular ideas in love poems, wine songs and rhymed narratives, as well as devotional verse for specific religious rituals. Themes such as the longing for the homeland run through the ages, especially in verse written after the rise of the Zionist movement, while poems of the last century marry Biblical references with the horrors of the Holocaust. Together these works create a moving portrait of a rich and varied culture through the last 3,000 years.

The Talmud

Author: Jacob Neusner
Editor: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
ISBN: 1461645778
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Wherever Jews have settled and whatever languages they spoke, they created a community with a single set of common values. One law, one theology defined the community throughout their many migrations. A single book explains how this came about-the Talmud. Renowned scholar Jacob Neusner introduces readers to the Talmud, defining it, explaining its historical context, and illustrating why it remains relevant today.

Introduzione Al Talmud E Al Midrash

Author: Günter Stemberger
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The 39 Avoth Melacha Of Shabbath

Author: Baruch Chait
Editor: Feldheim Publishers
ISBN: 0873065867
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Enormously popular with both children and adults alike, this book outlines the complex laws of Shabbath, accompanied by Yoni Gerstein's irresistible, full-color illustrations. Large format.

Exodus Leviticus Numbers Deuteronomy

Author: Joseph T. Lienhard
Editor: InterVarsity Press
ISBN: 0830897283
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From its inception the church has always had a Bible--the Jewish Scriptures. But Christians have not read these Scriptures in the same way the Jews did. They have read them in the light of what God did in Jesus the Christ. Thus the Jewish Scriptures became for Christian readers the Old Testament. This Ancient Christian Commentary on Exodus through Deuteronomy bears ample witness to this new way of reading these ancient texts. Among the earliest interpreters whose works remain extant is Origen, who virtually single-handedly assured the Old Testament a permanent place within the Christian church through his extensive commentary and reflection. His twenty-seventh homily on Numbers is particularly noteworthy for his interpretation of the forty-two stopping places in the desert wanderings as the forty-two stages of growth in the spiritual life. Among Greek-speaking interpreters, the current volume draws widely on John Chrysostom, Clement of Alexandria, Basil the Great, Gregory of Nazianzus, Gregory of Nyssa, Cyril of Alexandria, Theodoret of Cyr and John of Damascus. Among Latin-speaking interpreters, quotations from Augustine, Ambrose, Jerome, Peterius, Caesarius of Arles, Cassiodorus and Isidore are found in abundance. Ephrem and Aphrahat are represented among Syriac speakers. Numerous other interpreters are present from each grouping. Varied in texture and nuance, the interpreters included in this volume edited by Joseph T. Lienhard display a treasure house of ancient wisdom that speaks with eloquence and intellectual acumen to the church today.

La Non Umanit Dei Gojim Nel Talmud E Nella Letteratura Rabbinica

Author: Gian Pio Mattogno
ISBN: 9788890473685
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Megillath Esther

Author: Fuchs
Editor: Feldheim Publishers
ISBN: 9781583301647
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The perfect megillah for your children this Purim! The megillah, lavishly illustrated in full color with a new, simplified translation.

The World Of Prayer

Author: Elie Munk
Editor: Feldheim Publishers
ISBN: 9781583306369
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This is a new, revised and updated edition of the World of Prayer, considered by many to be the finest and most authoritative English commentary on the Jewish prayer book. The language has been modernized and each word and phrase discussed in the commentary is marked in the incorporated prayer text in both Hebrew and English. This classic work gives worshipers a genuine understanding of the words of the prayers, enabling them to pray with deeper devotion and to experience the comforting and purifying power of their daily dialogue with the Almighty.Originally written in German, this book has been translated into French, Hebrew, and English and is a classic staple in many Jewish homes and libraries.