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2 edition of Kabbalah collection of the Jewish Theological Seminary found in the catalog.

Kabbalah collection of the Jewish Theological Seminary

Kabbalah collection of the Jewish Theological Seminary

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Published by University Microfilms International in Ann Arbor, Mich .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cabala -- Early works to 1800,
  • Manuscripts, Hebrew -- New York (State) -- New York,
  • Hasidism

  • Edition Notes

    Accompanied by a reel guide (62 p.).

    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination65 microfilm reels
    Number of Pages65
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21119946M

    The original text and its reception in Latin formed the object of Campanini’s paper in which he showed not only that Ibn Sahula’s Kabbalistic commentary is preserved in a manuscript at the Jewish Theological Seminary in New York (JTS ), but also that precisely that manuscript is the one which used to belong to Agostino Giustiniani’s. Sefer ha-Zohar (The Book of Radiance) has captivated readers ever since it emerged in Spain over seven hundred years ago. Written in a lyrical Aramaic, the Zohar, a masterpiece of Kabbalah, features mystical interpretation of the Torah, rabbinic tradition, and Jewish practice. Volume 11 comprises a collection of different genres within the Zoharic library.

    new York. Jewish Theological Seminary, MS Microform reel f Manuscript i new York. new York Public library, MS This manuscript was formerly london, Montefiore Collection, MS Microform reel f h. hirschfeld, Descriptive Catalogue of the Hebrew Manuscripts in the Montefiore Library (london, ), Manuscript J oxford. A beautifully illustrated volume of rare printed material from the extensive library of the Jewish Theological Seminary, this collection affords a graphic representation of over ten centuries of Jewish scholarship, spanning the spectrum of Bible, liturgy, rabbinics, kabbalah, science, literature, philosophy and philology, specifically the.

    The world Academy of Kabbalah. Part 1. 1. The Divine force established its rule, might, eternity and unity through thirty-two secret paths of the descending Upper light and concealed itself in three categories: The book, the story-teller and the story.   Or so Abraham Joshua Heschel (–) often said. To learn Jewish theology, then, is to relive the history of God’s encounter with the Jewish people, for theology and history are inseparable. What God revealed to Israel through the prophets, the sages, and the mystics is the “bold and dangerously paradoxical idea” that God needs man.


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"A major intellectual achievement in both the history of religions and Judaica."—Ivan G. Marcus, Jewish Theological Seminary of America "Idel’s comparative approach sets the study of Kabbalah and of Jewish mysticism in general on a wholly new track.

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Ab titles are in Yiddish or Hebrew, with Western, Russian, and Slavic languages comprising most of the remainder. Kabbalah and Ecology is a groundbreaking book that resets the conversation about ecology and the Abrahamic traditions. David Mevorach Seidenberg challenges the anthropocentric reading of the Torah, showing that a radically different orientation to the more-than-human world of nature is not only possible, but that it also leads to a more accurate Pages: Books Filter by All pesach rav ashlag sukkot weight zohar Sort by Featured Best Selling Alphabetically, A-Z Alphabetically, Z-A Price, low to high Price, high to.

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Rabbi Bonder is known in Brazil as the Green Rabbi for his activism in environmental : Shambhala. The Jewish Theological Seminary of America houses the Louis Ginzberg Microfilm Collection, which aims at the microfilming of important Hebrew manuscripts from all over the world.

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Middle East Microforms Collections. Kabbalah Collection of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America is a collection of predominantly Hebrew and Yiddish works devoted to Jewish mysticism, consisting of hundreds of books from around the world on the Kabbalah.

Hebrew Fiche Collection is comprised of books and journals in Hebrew from Israel. The Power Of Kabbalah: This book contains the secrets of the universe and the meaning of our lives price The Kabbalistic Tradition: An Anthology of Jewish Mysticism (Penguin Classics) /5.

This marks a major difference between the use of Kabbalah in pop culture and in traditional Judaism, and removes it from its historic Jewish context. In traditional Jewish practice, Kabbalah is supposed to be studied and discussed only under the supervision of a learned rabbi, and, as with biblical and Talmudic studies, it is conceived of as a.This collection draws from the main work of Kabbalah—Sepher ha-Zohar, or The Book of Splendor.

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