Jewish Theology: Systematically And Historically Considered
by Kaufmann Kohler
Publisher: The MacMillan Company 1918
Number of pages: 512
The work will prove a source of information and inspiration for both student and layman, Jew and non-Jew, and induce such as have become indifferent to, or prejudiced against, the teachings of the Synagogue, or of Reform Judaism in particular, to take a deeper insight into, and look up with a higher regard to the sublime and eternal verities of Judaism.
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A guide to Judaism written by academics with many years' research experience, and in conjunction with the relevant religious communities. The guide covers key religious and cultural sensitivities that may arise within a university environment.
by Israel Abrahams - Constable
The writer has attempted in this volume to take up a few of the most characteristic points in Jewish doctrine and practice, and to explain some of the various phases through which they have passed, since the first centuries of the Christian era.
by Isaac Unterman - Bloch Pub Co
The contents and significance of the Talmud, the achievements and gains through the Talmud, the fecundity and spirituality in the Talmud, its origin and development, methods and systems -- discussions of all this, are the modest aims of this book.
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