Divine intervention and miracles in Jewish theology
E. Mellen Press, 1996 - Religion - 214 pages
Begins with an overview of the topic, continues with a discussion of the liturgical dimensions of miraculous events, the philosophical concept of miracles, the interrelation between time and creation, divine intervention and religious sensibility, and miracles understood within an Hasidic framework.
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