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Four Approaches to the Description of Rabbinic Judaism
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Abot Abraham authority authorship Babylonia Bar Kokhba Bavli canon century Christianity claim concrete context defined definition discourse doctrine documents dual Torah E. P. Sanders emotions encompassing enduring eschatological Essenes fact formulation framers Genesis Rabbah God's Halakah happened heaven Hebrew holy human humility interpretation Islam Israelite issues Jewish Jews Judaic system Land of Israel Leviticus Rabbah Lord matters meaning Messiah metaphor Midrash Mishnah mode of thought Moses nation Numbers oral Torah paradigm paradigmatic thinking past patterns person Philo political premise present principle prophetic question Qumran Rabbinic Judaism reading refers relationship religion religious system revealed Rome rules salvation sanctification Sanders Scripture scroll sefer Torah self-evidence Sinai single social entity statement status story structure symbol Talmud Talmud of Babylonia Tannaite teachings teleology Temple theology theory things tion Tosefta traits writings written Torah Yerushalmi