By Matityahu Glazerson
By Hillel Cohen
By Eduard Meyer
Der Historiker Eduard Meyer beschreibt in dem vorliegenden Band ausführlich und detailliert die Entstehung des Judentums.
Dieses Buch ist ein unveränderter Nachdruck der längst vergriffenen Originalausgabe von 1896.
By Dr. Arthur Green
What can Kabbalah educate us approximately our lives at the present time?
What can it educate us approximately our destiny?
in keeping with the Jewish mystical culture of Kabbalah, Ehyeh,or “I shall be,” is the inner most, such a lot hidden identify of God. Arthur eco-friendly, probably the most revered academics of Jewish mysticism of his iteration, makes use of this easy Hebrew notice to unencumber the non secular that means of Kabbalah for our lives.
whilst Moses skilled his nice second of name on the Burning Bush, he requested God, “When humans ask me, ‘What is His name?’ what may still I say to them?” God solutions with this mysterious word, “I can be what I shall be,” and says to Moses, “Tell them that ‘I might be’ despatched you.”
God’s complicated solution makes the dialog sound like a koan-dialogue among a Zen grasp and disciple…. just like the koan, the textual content here's achieving to a couple position past phrases, trying to create a leap forward in our attention. what's it attempting to let us know?
—from the creation
mixing Jewish theology and mysticism, Arthur eco-friendly invitations us on a latest exploration of Kabbalah, displaying how the traditional Jewish mystical culture can be retooled to deal with the wishes of our new release.
Drawing at the Zohar and different kabbalistic texts, eco-friendly examines the elemental rules and religious teachings of Kabbalah, encouraging today’s glossy seeker to stretch to new methods of considering with either middle and brain, surroundings us on a profitable route to the knowledge Kabbalah has to offer.
By Amram Tropper
By Doron Kornbluth
By Alan T. Levenson
The advanced and dramatic tale of Joseph is the main sustained narrative in Genesis. Many name it a literary masterpiece and a tale of serious intensity that may be learn on many degrees. In a lucid and interesting type, Alan T. Levenson brings the voices of Philo, Josephus, Midrash, and medieval commentators, in addition to quite a lot of smooth students, into discussion approximately this advanced biblical figure.
Levenson explores such questions as: Why did Joseph’s brothers hate him so? what's accomplished via Joseph’s ups and downs at the route to impressive luck? Why didn’t Joseph inform his father he used to be alive and ruling Egypt? What used to be Joseph like as a husband and father? was once Joseph simply or merciless in trying out his brothers’ characters?
Levenson deftly exhibits how an unbroken chain of interpretive traditions, as a rule literary but additionally creative, have further to the intensity of this attention-grabbing and particular character.
By Linda Nesvisky
By Melila Hellner-Eshed,Nathan Wolski
Hellner-Eshed's ebook investigates the circulation of this river on the earth of the Zoharic heroes, Rabbi Shimon bar Yohai and his disciples, as they embark upon their wondrous non secular adventures. by means of concentrating on the Zohar's language of mystical event and its precise gains, the writer is ready to supply notable scholarly perception into the paranormal dimensions of the Zohar, specifically the human quest for an more advantageous event of the dwelling presence of the divine and the Zohar's nice name to rouse human consciousness.
By Shlomo Sand,Michel Bilis