Hebraic literature translations from the Talmud, Midrashim and Kabbala, with special introduction by Maurice H. Harris, D.D. [Édition de luxe]

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Published by M.W. Dunne in Washington .

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  • Cabala.,
  • Midrash.

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Book details

Other titlesTalmud.
SeriesUniversal classics library
ContributionsHarris, Maurice H. 1859-1930.
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LC ClassificationsBM497.5 E52 H3 1901
The Physical Object
Pagination395p.
Number of Pages395
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Open LibraryOL14011134M

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adHebrew was a spoken language. Growth Out of the Older. The Neo-Hebraic apocalyptic forms but one branch of Apocalyptic Literature, a species of literature exhibiting many ramifications, and represented in a complex but unbroken chain, from the time of the Maccabean War down to the close of the Middle Ages.

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HARRIS. A very readable collection of Jewish literature, including extracts from the Talmud, Midrash and Kabbalah. The Talmud, the primary source for Jewish religious traditions and laws, could be considered the first hypertext. While the Book of Mormon is richly chiastic, extensive structural chiasmus has yet to be found in any other literature in the world other than the Hebrew.

Thus it seems that we are able to meet the demands of an exceptionally strong conditional here: Chiasmus is in a literature if and only if its roots are Hebraic.

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Type. There are thematic patterns in the book of Daniel shown by the use of Hebraic Parallelism. Below is a full explanation. During studying the book of Daniel and reading Daniel: An Introduction & Commentary by Joyce G.

Baldwin (InterVarsity Press, p. ), I came across the use of Hebrew Literature's parallelism. In addition to the three principle texts, Harris explains the major Jewish fasts, festivals and customs, and introduces a variety of common proverbs and sayings popular among adherents of Judaism.

Source references are present throughout the text, making Hebraic Literature a comprehensive and impressive : Seltzer Books. Though Egyptian and Mesopotamian literature has similar legal material, the Hebraic ethics idealized across the Old Testament are demonstrably radical in comparison.

Unterman argues for a few key principles that when worked out across the biblical texts, emerge to create significant ethical innovations from all neighboring traditions.

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xxvi. verse 36) is not undeserving of credit, where it is said that "Abraham brought all the children of the land to the service of God, and he taught them the ways of the Lord." The same remark applies to what is said in Targ.

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The Hebraic Book of Revelation. Part 2B. Synagogue of Satan 1 Sa Nevertheless the people refused to obey the voice of Samuel; and they said, Nay; but we will have a king over us; 20 That we also may be like all the nations; and that our king may judge us, and go out before us, and fight our battles.

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The Wisdom of Israel by Edwin Collins [] A short look at Jewish wisdom literature from the Talmud and Midrash. Tractate Sanhedrin, Mishnah and Tosefta by Herbert Danby [] A key portion of the Mishna dealing with crime and punishment.

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