Questions and Answers: Intellectual Foundations of Judaism
This work addresses basic questions such as: What is Rabbinic Judaism? What is Midrash? When and how did Rabbinic Judaism recognise Christianity as a separate religion? And, what is reform Judaism? It gives clear answers to questions about the literature, history, religion and theology of Rabbinic Judaism, and includes a selection of supplementary readings.
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The Place of the Temple
Authorities in Rabbinic Judaism
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