Judaism when Christianity Began: A Survey of Belief and Practice

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Westminster John Knox Press, 1 січ. 2002 р. - 202 стор.

In this book, Jacob Neusner gives an introductory, systematic, and holistic account of the theology and practice of Rabbinic Judaism, which emerged, along with Christianity, from antiquity and formed the classical statement of Judaism to the present day. He offers a description of beliefs and practices, theology as expressed in mythic narratives, and norms of ritual and symbolic behavior. Neusner also discusses: revelation and scripture, the doctrine of God, the definition of the holy, the chain of tradition embodied in the story of the written and oral Torah, the intervention of God in history through miracles, sacred space, atonement and repentance, death and afterlife, and art and symbol in Judaism.

 

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Introduction
1
The Oral Torah
15
In our image after our likeness
29
Sanctification and Pollution
45
Exile and Return
55
The Sabbath and Sacred Time
67
The Story Judaism Tells
79
The Community of Israel
91
The Oral Torah
103
Illness and Healing
119
The Land and Pilgrimage
135
Sacrifice Repentance and Atonement
147
Death and Afterlife
163
Notes
189
Index of Subjects and Names
195
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Jacob Neusner is Distinguished Service Professor of the History and Theology of Judaism and Bard Center Fellow at the Bard College Institute of Advanced Theology in Annondale-on-Hudson, New York. He is the author of several books, including Judaism When Christianity Began, The Emergence of Judaism, and the popular textbook World Religions in America, all of which are available from WJK.

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