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old Rabbinic doctrine of God.
|Statement||By A. Marmorstein.|
|Series||Jews" College publications,, no. 10, 14|
|LC Classifications||BM610 .M3|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||29002344|
 The Old Rabbinic Doctrine of God: The Names and Attributes of God, vol.I (London: Oxford University Press, ) pp.  The term can also be translated as the “Exegeted Name” which could mean, as Naomi Janowitz claims, “a name for the Name, signaling that the Name is now itself an object of speculation and investigation.”. JOHN 16 Jesus answered them and said, “My doctrine is not Mine, but His who sent Me. 17 If anyone wills to do His will, he shall know concerning the doctrine, whether it is from God or whether I speak from Myself. 18 He who speaks from himself seeks his own glory; but He who is seeking the glory of the One who sent Him, He is true, and no unrighteousness is in Him.
Reprint of the ed. published by Macmillan, London; with new prolegomenon Includes bibliographical references The nature and character of God and his relations with man -- God's love for Israel -- Man's nature and God's grace -- Israel's love for God -- The law -- Study, practice and goodness -- The commandments, the Sabbath, and the law -- Reward, merit and atonemnet -- Divine mercy and. Biblical literature - Biblical literature - The Book of Enoch: Another book that was written during the period of the apocalyptic movement in which the Dead Sea sect came into existence is the Book of Enoch, or I Enoch. It was completely preserved in an Ethiopic translation from Greek, and large parts from the beginning and end of the Greek version have been published from two papyri.
In a previous version of this post, I recommended John Frame’s The Doctrine of God and a book by Bruce Ware on the Trinity. I can no longer recommend Frame’s book because it has become evident that he has moved away from the classical Christian understanding of such doctrines as divine simplicity and immutability. OCLC Number: Description: xvi, pages ; 23 cm: Contents: I. Introduction --The genesis of the Rabbinic literature --The contents of the Talmud --The mental climate of the Rabbinic literature --The importance of Rabbinic study nature of God --A working basis for the doctrine of God --The unity of God --The eternity of God --The omnipotence, omniscience, and omnipresence of.
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The Old Rabbinic doctrine of God, (Book, )  Get this from a library. The Old Rabbinic doctrine of God. The Exodus and the Biblical Theology of God. The Rabbinic Period.
The Rabbinic Program. God's Plan is Unclear. God Suffers along with the People. The Law is in Human Hands.
Miracles are an Inappropriate Foundation for Faith. A New Perception of God's Actions in History. Notes. Marmorstein, "The Doctrine of Merits in Old Rabbinical Literature" and "The Old Rabbinic Doctrine of God" [Book Review] L. Stern The Thomist 33 (2) (). 1 Marmorstein, Arthur, The Old Rabbinic Doctrine of God, vol.
2: Essays in Anthropomorphism (London: Oxford, ). 2 A quite different situation exists in early Christian theology; see, however, Paulsen, David, “ Early Christian Belief in a Corporeal Deity: Origen and Augustine as Reluctant Witnesses,” HTR 83 () – The doctrine of merits in old rabbinical literature: and The old rabbinic doctrine of God: I.
The names and attributes of God [and] II. Essays in anthropomorphism. The Doctrine of Merits in Old Rabbinical Literature Hardcover – January 1, by A. Marmorstein (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
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The Names and Attributes of God [and] II. Essays in Anthropomorphism. 3 v. in 1. vols. New York: Ktav Pub. Co., . Martin, Aubrey Bunyan. "Hosea's Doctrine of God in.
The Old Rabbinic Doctrine of God (repr.; Farnborough: Gregg this book argues that it was the biblical account of creation presented in the first chapters of Genesis and its interpretation in. The superior and Textually accurate Old Testament written in Hebrew has always been the Old Testament in Hebrew Manuscript, classic edition of [ben chayyim] Printed by Daniel Bomberg, and it remains the best Hebrew Old Testament text, still to this day.
The doctrine of merits in old rabbinical literature -- The old rabbinic doctrine of God. The names and attributes of God ; pt. 1) God exists. 2) God is a perfect unity.
3) God has no physical body. 4) God preceded all being. 5) God alone is to be the object of worship. 6) God speaks to humans through prophets. 7) Moses will never be surpassed as a prophet. 8) The Torah is from heaven.
9) The Torah is eternal. 10) God is all-knowing. 11) God rewards good and punishes. "To some readers of this book, the Talmud represents little more than a famous Jewish book. But people want to know about a book that, they are told, defines Judaism.
Everyman's Talmud is the right place to begin not only to learn about Judaism in general but to meet the substance of the Talmud in particular In time to come, Cohen's book will find its companion-though I do not anticipate 4/5(7).
For the rabbinic period the best treatment is still the section "The Attributes of God," in The Old Rabbinic Doctrine of Godby Arthur Marmorstein (; reprint, New York, ), pp. – An English speaker unfamiliar with Hebrew and Aramaic could read this page book, which has stories about God, morality, society, law, magic, demons, family life and so on.
This book is a snapshot of a civilization no less fascinating than Jaques Gernet's Daily 4/5(30). Rabbinic Judaism (Hebrew: יהדות רבנית , romanized: Yahadut Rabanit), also called Rabbinism, Rabbinicism, or Judaism espoused by the Rabbanites, has been the mainstream form of Judaism since the 6th century CE, after the codification of the Babylonian Talmud.
Growing out of Pharisaic Judaism, Rabbinic Judaism is based on the belief that at Mount Sinai, Moses received from God the."Pardes" refers to (types of) approaches to biblical exegesis in rabbinic Judaism or to interpretation of text in Torah term, sometimes also spelled PaRDeS, is an acronym formed from the same initials of the following four approaches.
Peshat (פְּשָׁט) – "surface" ("straight") or the literal (direct) meaning.; Remez (רֶמֶז) – "hints" or the deep (allegoric: hidden or.Rabbinic Judaism or Rabbinism has been the mainstream form of Judaism since the 6th century, after the codification of the ic Judaism gained predominance within the Jewish diaspora between the 2nd to 6th centuries, with the development of the Oral Law (Mishna and Talmud) to control the interpretation of Jewish scripture (specifically the Masoretic Text) and to encourage the.