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Between The Yeshiva World And Modern Orthodoxy

Between The Yeshiva World And Modern Orthodoxy
Author: Marc B. Shapiro
Publisher: Littman Library of Jewish
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Throughout, he shows the complex nature of Weinberg's character and the inner struggles of a man being pulled in different directions."--BOOK JACKET.
Between the Yeshiva World and Modern Orthodoxy
Language: en
Pages: 283
Authors: Marc B. Shapiro
Categories: Biography & Autobiography
Type: BOOK - Published: 1999 - Publisher: Littman Library of Jewish
Throughout, he shows the complex nature of Weinberg's character and the inner struggles of a man being pulled in different directions."--BOOK JACKET.
Studies in Contemporary Jewry
Language: en
Pages: 344
Authors: Peter Y. Medding
Categories: History
Type: BOOK - Published: 2003-03-27 - Publisher: Oxford University Press
This is the newest volume of the annual Studies In Contemporary Jewry series. It contains original essays on Jews and crime in fact, fantasy, and fiction; verbal and physical violence in Israeli politics; Jews as revolutionaires; armed resistance by Jews in Nazi Germany; ethical dilemmas within the Israeli Defense Forces; violence in Israeli society and social stress; and other topics. As with other volumes, it also contains review essays and book reviews.
Jewish Theology in Our Time
Language: en
Pages: 202
Authors: Elliot J. Cosgrove
Categories: Religion
Type: BOOK - Published: 2012-12 - Publisher: Jewish Lights Publishing
A powerful and challenging examination of what Jews believe today¿ by a new generation¿s dynamic and innovative thinkers. New in Paperback! At every critical juncture in Jewish history, Jews have understood a dynamic theology to be essential for a vital Jewish community. This important collection sets the next stage of Jewish theological thought, bringing together a cross section of interesting new voices from all movements in Judaism to inspire and stimulate discussion now and in the years to come. Provocative and wide-ranging, these invigorating and creative insights from a new generation¿s thought leaders provide a coherent and inspiring picture of Jewish belief in our time. The passionate voices of a new generation of Jewish thinkers continue the dialogue with God, examining the dynamics of what Jews can believe today. They explore: ¿ A dynamic God in process ¿ The canon of Jewish literature and its potential to be both contemporary and authentic to tradition ¿ Critical terms and categories for discussing Jewish theology ¿ The ongoing nature of the Jewish search for God ¿ Ruptures within the modern Jewish condition ¿ And much more
Judaica
Language: de
Pages:
Authors: Elliot J. Cosgrove
Categories: Jews
Type: BOOK - Published: 2002 - Publisher:
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The Journal of Jewish Studies
Language: en
Pages:
Authors: Elliot J. Cosgrove
Categories: Electronic journals
Type: BOOK - Published: 2001 - Publisher:
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Die Rabbiner im Deutschen Reich 1871-1945
Language: de
Pages: 769
Authors: Michael Brocke, Julius Carlebach
Categories: History
Type: BOOK - Published: 2009-12-22 - Publisher: Walter de Gruyter
Teil 2 des Biographischen Handbuchs der Rabbiner erschließt das Rabbinat des Deutschen Reiches bis 1945. Diese Zeit ist für die Rabbiner sowohl von gesellschaftlichem Ansehen als auch von Anfeindungen und existentieller Unsicherheit geprägt. Themen der Zeit sind die Auseinandersetzung mit dem Antisemitismus, Diskussionen um nationale und jüdische Identität, später dann das Aufkommen des Nationalsozialismus, Entrechtung, Deportation und Emigration.
Science in the Bet Midrash
Language: en
Pages: 392
Authors: Menachem Marc Kellner
Categories: Religion
Type: BOOK - Published: 2009 - Publisher: Academic Studies PRess
Science in the Bet Midrash explores the religious thought of Moses Maimonides (1138–1204), one of the most influential Jews of the last thousand years. While covering many aspects of his religious philosophy, these essays focus on the way Maimonides elucidated and expressed the universalistic thrust of the Jewish tradition. Maimonides construed the election of Israel as a challenge, not an endowment. This challenge is ultimately addressed to all human beings, not just to Jews.
Universitäre Gelehrtenkultur vom 13.-16. Jahrhundert
Language: de
Pages: 589
Authors: Jan-Hendryk de Boer, Marian Füssel, Maximilian Schuh
Categories: Education, Higher
Type: BOOK - Published: 2018 - Publisher: Franz Steiner Verlag Wiesbaden GmbH
Das Schreiben uber Universitatsgeschichte geht immer einher mit intensiver Quellenarbeit. Was wie eine Binsenweisheit anmutet, erweist sich in der Praxis nicht selten als Herausforderung: Die fur die jeweilige Fragestellung relevanten Quellen mussen ausfindig gemacht, die Methoden zur Auswertung ausgewahlt werden. Hier schaffen die Autorinnen und Autoren mit ihren Beitragen Orientierung, indem sie die einschlagigen Quellensorten vorstellen. Dazu zahlen Textquellen wie Matrikeln, Statuten, Privilegien, Akten, Consilia, Disputationen, Kommentare, Predigten und Reden, aber auch Bilder und dingliche Quellen wie Alltagsgegenstande, Gebaude und Grabmaler. Beitrage zur universitaren Verwaltung, zur Universitat als Ort des Lehrens und Lernens sowie zu den verschiedenen Weisen der Reprasentation der Institution und ihrer Mitglieder runden den Band ab und eroffnen eine weitere Perspektive auf die Geschichte der Universitaten im Europa der Vormoderne.
Jüdische Bibelauslegung
Language: de
Pages: 538
Authors: Hanna Liss
Categories: Education, Higher
Type: BOOK - Published: 2020-06-08 - Publisher:
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Nehama Leibowitz
Language: en
Pages: 607
Authors: Yael Unterman
Categories: Biography & Autobiography
Type: BOOK - Published: 2009 - Publisher: Urim Publications
Professor Nehama Leibowitz (1905 - 1997), winner of the Israel Prize in Education, was a unique figure in the twentieth century Jewish landscape. She wrote a best-selling series, Studies in the Weekly Torah Portion, and provided a one-woman correspondence course in Bible, using her famous gilyonot (worksheets), for more than thirty years. A brilliant teacher, an erudite scholar, and a forthright, warm and humorous human being, she left her mark on tens of thousands of people around the world: taxi drivers, waitresses, professors, rabbis, kibbutzniks and students.This book documents her life story, inspiring personality and scholarship. It discusses her strong views on such issues as Zionism, humanism and feminism, as well as the influences that shaped her. Other topics covered include her pioneering approach to Bible and commentaries that changed the face of Jewish Bible study, her acceptance as a prominent Torah scholar despite her gender, and the future of her work in light of recent scholarship.Nechama Leibowitz's story is not only that of an accomplished woman or even of a great Jewish personality, but also touches upon some of the major developments and concerns of twentieth-century Jewish life.Includes over 50 b/w photos plus an index.Volume 3 in the Modern