Basic Judaism

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Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 1947 - 172 pagina's
Rabbi Steinberg identifies seven strands that weave together to make up Judaism: God, morality, rite and custom, law, sacred literature, institutions, and the people. A classic work directed to both the Jewish and the non-Jewish reader.
 

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Milton Steinberg's classic work examine and explains the basic of Judaism. He explains how the various traditions of Judaism (Reform, Conservative, etc) began and were they differ from other traditions. For anyone interested in Judaism at its core, this is the book to read. Volledige review lezen

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PRELIMINARIES
3
TRADITIONALISTS AND MODERNISTS
9
TORAH
18
TORAH MODERNIST VIEW
27
THE KNOWLEDGE OF GOD
36
WHAT JUDAISM SAYS ABOUT GOD
42
ENVISAGEMENTS
51
BETWEEN GOD AND MAN
57
JUDAISM ON JESUS
105
JUDAISM ON CHRISTIANITY
111
THE DAILY REGIMEN
122
THE SACRED ROUND
129
WHYS AND WHEREFORE
135
3
148
INSTITUTIONS
150
2
154

MAN THE CITIZEN
82
ISRAEL AND THE NATIONS
91
NONJEWS
98
WORLDTOCOME
159
MESSIAH
167
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Rabbi Milton Steinberg graduated from the City College of New York and was awarded a master's degree in philosophy by Columbia University. The recipient of an honorary degree of Doctor of Hebrew Letters from the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, he was Rabbi of the Park Avenue Synagogue in New York until his death.

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