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eBook Understanding Jewish Mysticism: A Source Reader, Volume II ePub

by David R. Blumenthal

  • ISBN: 0870682253
  • Category: Humanities
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: David R. Blumenthal
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Ktav Pub & Distributors Inc (August 1, 1982)
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Understanding Jewish Mysticism. Unit I presents texts from the tradition, including Maimonides, a Yemenite author, and Abraham Abulafia. Unit II presents texts from the Hasidic tradition, including stories, Hasidic prayer texts, and essays about various Hasidic rebbes.

Understanding Jewish Mysticism : The Tradition and the Hasidic Tradition. by David R. Blumenthal.

by David R. Paper Book (adult), 1978. Similar in this library. Major trends in Jewish mysticism by Gershom Gerhard Scholem. Zohar: The Book of Enlightenment (Classics of Western Spirituality) by Daniel C. Matt. New York : Ktav Pub. House, 1978-<1982 . Call number. Studies in ecstatic kabbalah by Moshe Idel. Essential papers on kabbalah by Lawrence Fine. Jewish mysticism and the spiritual life : classical texts, contemporary reflections by Lawrence Fine.

Blumenthal, David R. 1978. Understanding Jewish mysticism: A source reader: The Merkabah tradition and the Zoharic tradition. In Comparative mysticism: An anthology of original sources, ed. Steven T. Katz, 3–22. New York: Oxford University Press.

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Understanding Jewish mysticism: A source reader: The Merkabah tradition and the Zoharic tradition. In his new book Become Like the Angels: Origen’s Doctrine of the Soul, Benjamin. The wisdom of the Zohar: An anthology of texts. Blosser argues that this most hotly contested area of Origen’s system is, in fact, where he wrestles most passionately with Christian truth. Major scholarship on Origen’s anthropology has tended to focus on his innovative doctrine of the spirit (Jacques Dupuis, Crouzel) or contentious matters like the preexistence of souls (Marguerite Harl) and their primordial fall (Jean Laporte).

Jewish mysticism has long fascinated and intrigued scholars and truth-seekers of every kind. to many friends and students of mystic lore and occult meanings. It is only at the earnest request. Hidden Wisdom: Esoteric Traditions and the Roots of Christian Mysticism (Numen Book Series, 70). 229 Pages·2005·920 KB·363 Downloads·New!. The Mystical Tradition: 'Deep Calling Unto Deep' (The Mystical Dimension, Vol. 2). 141 Pages·1990·3. 45 MB·174 Downloads·New! Jewish mysticism has long fascinated and intrigued scholars and truth-seekers of every kind.

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