Judaism: Development and Life
JUDAISM: DEVELOPMENT AND LIFE guides readers through the history, evolution, life patterns, institutions, practices, customs, and current expressions of Judaism. This text assumes no prior knowledge about Judaism or the Bible, making it ideal for introductory courses. The only other book necessary to understanding this book is the Bible itself. A chapter on Zionism and the State of Israel includes up-to-date information about the Israeli-Palestinian peace process.
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The Biblical Hellenistic and Talmudic
The Impact of Christianity
The World of Jewish Middle Ages
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Abraham accept action affirmation American Jewry anti-Semitism Arabs became become blessing Buber called century Christ Christian Church commandments congregation Conservative Judaism Covenant culture death Deuteronomy developed dialogue divine emerged equally established ethical eventually Exodus faith father festival followed force German God's Hasidism Hebrew Holocaust holy days hope human influence interpretation Isaiah Islamic Jerusalem Jesus Jewish community Jewish law Jews Joseph Karo Judah justice King Land of Israel leaders living Lord Maimonides Martin Buber meaning Messiah Mishnah Mitzvah Mitzvot modern Moses mysticism nations Nazi Neo-Orthodoxy non-Jewish observance Oral Torah Orthodox Palestine Paul peace permitted Pharisees prayer prophets Psalms rabbis recited recognized Reform Judaism regarded religion religious revealed Roman Russian Sabbath salvation Samson Raphael Hirsch Scripture Shekhinah social society spirit Sukkot survival symbol synagogue Talmud teachings Temple Tenakh theological Torah and Mitzvot tradition United unity universal word worship Zionism
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