Sefer Ikkar Ger Toshav

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The Commandments Sefer Ha Mitzvoth Of Maimonides The Negative Commandments

Author: Moses Maimonides
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Rabbi Moshe ben Maimon (known as Rambam or Maimonides) was the acknowledged leader of Spanish Jewry during the twelfth century, and is today widely recognized as one of the leading Torah authorities in all of Jewish history. Sefer haMitzvoth (Book of the Commandments) was one of his most significant works. In it, he drew upon the vast spectrum of rabbinic literature as he enumerated and explained the most fundamental teachings of Judaism--each and every one of the taryag mitzvoth, the 613 commandments. At the same time, he clarified the principles used in determining which precepts were to be included in this number.

Sefer Hamitzvoth Mits Ot Lo Ta A Eh

Author: Moses Maimonides
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Sefer Zeraim

Author: ‏ ‏משה בן מימון (‏רמב״ם, ‏)
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Contemporary Halakhic Problems

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Conversion

Author: Menachem Finkelstein
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Sefer Akhmoni

Author: Piergabriele Mancuso
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Written in southern Italy in the tenth century, Shabbatai Donnolo s "Sefer Hakhmoni" is one of the earliest commentaries on "Sefer Ye irah." The volume offers the critical text, an annotated English translation, and a comprehensive introduction to Donnolo and his works.

Jesus The Pharisee

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Crossroads

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Plural Societies

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Jews And Christians In Thirteenth Century France

Author: E. Baumgarten
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A period of great change for Europe, the thirteenth-century was a time of both animosity and intimacy for Jewish and Christian communities. In this wide-ranging collection, scholars discuss the changing paradigms in the research and history of Jews and Christians in medieval Europe, discussing law, scholarly pursuits, art, culture, and poetry.

Tikkun Olam

Author: David Shatz
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Talmud Bavli

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Insight Israel

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Shaking The Pillars Of Exile

Author: Talya Fishman
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This book explores a heretical blueprint for Jewish modernization written by a Venetian rabbi (under cover of pseudonym) in the early seventeenth century, almost two centuries before political emancipation. The analysis of this text, Kol Sakhal ("Voice of a Fool"), highlights the ways in which it harnessed concepts and methods drawn from the texts of rabbinic Judaism itself in order to reform Jewish culture from within. This book thus challenges the assumption that pre-modern Jewish society was culturally monolithic and unquestioningly obedient to rabbinic authority. In so doing, it raises fresh and unsettling questions about the periodization of Jewish history. Like the contemporaneous political and religious struggle that the Republic of Venice was waging against papal Rome, this remarkable Jewish attack on rabbinic authority targets—and revises—both the traditional historiography of sacred institutions and the legal canon itself. The text's very iconoclasm is shown to derive from the corpus of rabbinic Judaism, for the preservation of certain strains of inquiry in traditional sources makes them a virtual repository of tolerated dissent. Conjecture about the possible influence that a recently discovered work by a heretical Iberian Jewish convert to Catholicism may have had on the composition of "Voice of a Fool" leads to a discussion of the types of heterodoxy that threatened rabbinic Jewish communities in Italy and elsewhere in the early modern period. Reflections on the significance of the mask adopted by the text's author and on his (false) claim that the work was composed in 1500 in Spain facilitate speculation about his motives in trying to reinvent history. The second half of the book presents the first annotated English translation of "Voice of a Fool." Three appendixes analyze evidence concerning the date and place of the text's composition, the identification of its author, and its various manuscripts.

Talmud Bavli Tractate Arachin

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The Handbook Of Jewish Thought

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Tradition In The Public Square

Author: David Novak
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David Novak ranks as one of the great American theologians of our time. Tradition in the Public Square: A David Novak Reader offers a representative selection of the philosophical theology and social ethics of David Novak, one of the foremost contemporary Jewish theologians in North America. Novak's work forges an unapologetic link between Judaism and non-Jewish societies in a multicultural environment. This grants Judaism an active role in public discourse, where it can contribute to the most pressing ethical issues of our day - abortion, war, capital punishment, sexual ethics, and health care ethics. In their introduction to the volume, Martin Kavka and Randi Rashkover present a systematic introduction to Novak's thought, focusing on the novelty of his method for overcoming the longstanding dichotomy between reason and tradition.

Sefer Hamitzvos Of The Rambam Lessons 147 339

Author: Moses Maimonides
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Arranged according to yearly study schedule, with sources and comments, a list of the 613 commandments, corresponding lesson(s) & a study schedule for years 2006 through 2015. Lessons 147-339 of Sefer HaMitzvot.