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    EBOOK or PDF Judaism An OPUS Book ✓ Nicholas de Lange Very erudite succinct literate and modern Very much worth a read De Lange besides being a rabbi has also translated the works of Amos Oz

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  • Hardcover
  • 164
  • Judaism An OPUS Book
  • Nicholas de Lange
  • English
  • 22 May 2020
  • 9780192191984

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review Judaism An OPUS Book Ñ eBook or Kindle ePUB Nicholas de Lange ↠ 3 free read What is Judaism What is the Jewish creed Most people even those who call themselves Jews would be hard pressed to answer this uestion The reason according to Nicholas de Lange is that the very idea of a religion has been artificially imposed on Judaism The term 'religion' has been foreign to Judaism until relatively recently he writes when the dialogue with Christianity has compelled Jews to recognize and use it Indeed the Hebrew language does not really have a word for religion This book aims to set the record straight by presenting Judaism on its own terms from the inside but in a way accessible to non Jewish readers Doing away with the artificial categories imposed by comparisons with Christianity.

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Judaism An OPUS Book

review Judaism An OPUS Book Ñ eBook or Kindle ePUB Nicholas de Lange ↠ 3 free read Allows the reader to focus on and understand perhaps for the first time the uniue features of Judaism the extraordinary emphasis on tradition The Jew confronted with new ideas or changed circumstances instinctively turns for guidance to the established norms of the past since he has neither a canon of faith nor a human authority he can turn to the deep sense of community even when there is a total lack of religious commitment Religion is only one aspect of Jewish identity One cannot become a Jew through subscribing to a set of religious beliefs any than one ceases to be a Jew by losing one's religious faith We do not speak of 'a lapsed Jew' and much This fascinating book ranges over the entire conte. How to Write Essays reader to focus on and understand perhaps for the first time the uniue features of Judaism the extraordinary emphasis on tradition The Jew confronted with new ideas or changed circumstances instinctively turns for guidance to the established norms of the past since he has neither a canon of faith nor a human authority he can turn to the deep sense of community even when there is a total lack of Autumn Days with the Moodys Moody Family #6 religious commitment Religion is only one aspect of Jewish identity One cannot become a Jew through subscribing to a set of Blue Moose religious beliefs any than one ceases to be a Jew by losing one's Reindeer and Caribou religious faith We do not speak of 'a lapsed Jew' and much This fascinating book The Soul Thief ranges over the entire conte.

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review Judaism An OPUS Book Ñ eBook or Kindle ePUB Nicholas de Lange ↠ 3 free read Mporary scene in all its diversity Orthodoxy ultra Orthodoxy Conservatism Reform Reconstruction secular Judaism Zionism always tracing the roots of contemporary phenomena to the heritage of the past so that the superficial diversity is balanced by an investigation of the essential unity of the tradition Key terms are not only translated but explained and the implications explored The language of worship plays a crucial role familiarizing the reader with words and thoughts which are at the heart of everyday Jewish life About the Author Nicholas de Lange is Lecturer in Rabbinics at the University of Cambridge He is also a rabbi In addition he has translated the works of the novelist Amos Oz into Englis.