Le Unioni Elohim

Autore: Mauro Biglino
Editore:
ISBN: 9788898829873
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Annual Report Of The Union Of American Hebrew Congregations

Autore: Union of American Hebrew Congregations
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ISBN:
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Issues for 1873-79 include Proceedings of the 1st-6th annual session of the council; 1879/80- Proceedings of the 7th- biennial council, Proceedings of the Union of American Hebrew Congreations.

Workers Of Wonders

Autore: Byron L. Sherwin
Editore: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
ISBN: 1461622581
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Why do people follow a leader, particularly a religious leader? Is it because of personality, or a particular vision or set of values, or perhaps a felt need for direction or authority? And why, given that Americans are still an overwhelmingly religious people, is the clergy declining in influence? Sherwin argues that what is missing is the perception that religious leaders today are capable of working wonders. Sherwin supports his claim by showing that throughout the history of the Jewish people, certain leaders were regarded as having wonder-working ability; this was an essential feature of a "holy person." Sherwin leads the reader through five periods of Jewish history: the era of biblical prophets, Jesus and first-century Israel; Babylonian rabbis of the third and fourth centuries; the east European Hasidic Masters of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, and twentieth century North African rabbis. In all cases, the moral authority of the leaders came primarily from popular belief in their power to work wonders for the people. Sherwin applies history to the current situation. If the clergy is to be re-empowered, to reclaim leadership and authority as holy people, they must reassert the ability to work wonders. This does not require dramatic miracles, but deeds that might well be perceived by people as nothing short of miraculous: saving a marriage, finding someone a job, finding homes for the homeless, bringing hope to the hopeless. This is a book that every member of the clergy and every religious leader should read, ponder and take to heart.

Jewish Reform Movement In The Us

Autore: Mara W. Cohen Ioannides
Editore: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG
ISBN: 3110523213
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This volume examines the development of the non-liturgical parts of the Central Conference of American Rabbis' Haggadot. Through an understanding of the changes in American Jewish educational patterns and the CCAR's theology, it explores how the CCAR Haggadah was changed over time to address the needs of the constituency. While there have been many studies of the Haggadah and its development over the course of Jewish history, there has been no such study of the non-liturgical parts of the Haggadah that reflect the needs of the audience it reaches. How the CCAR, the first and largest of American-born Judaisms, addressed the changing needs of its members through its literature for the Passover Seder reveals much about the development of the movement. This in turn provides for the readers of this book an understanding of how American Judaism has developed.

Between Worlds

Autore: Hava Tirosh-Rothschild
Editore: SUNY Press
ISBN: 1438422229
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It is a work of sound scholarship dealing with an interesting historical figure and his unique cultural world. The author focuses correctly on the transition from Italian to Ottoman Jewish culture in the life of David Messer Leon and reveals much about the continuities and discontinuities between both societies. He nicely fuses social and intellectual history, and uses a life to illuminate a number of interesting and important cultural trends among early modern Jews, particularly the integration of kabbalah and philosophy, Humanism and Thomism. The presentation of the symbiotic nature of Jewish culture with contemporary intellectual trends and the appropriation of Christian theological strategies by a Jewish thinker to explain Judaism make this study a fascinating one.

Hebrew Union College Annual

Autore: Hebrew Union College
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ISBN:
Grandezza: 80,24 MB
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Beyond Criture F Minine

Autore: Cathy Helen Wardle
Editore: MHRA
ISBN: 1904350631
Grandezza: 54,68 MB
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Explores the work of the contemporary French author Jeanne Hyvrard, from her early novels of the 1970s to the texts of 1990s and beyond. Moving critical accounts of Hyvrard beyond a focus upon ecriture feminine, this work identifies the patterns through which her writing repeats and transforms creation mythology, her own oeuvre, and her own life.

Qumran Cave 4

Autore: John Marco Allegro
Editore: Clarendon Press
ISBN: 9780198270164
Grandezza: 13,53 MB
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Calendars and the celebration of feasts and holidays form an important part of religious and national movements and are sometimes the cause of schism. The Qumran community followed a solar calendar differing from the lunar calendar observed at the Temple in Jerusalem. This volume contains their texts relating to its calendar.

National Union Catalog

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Includes entries for maps and atlases.

The New Heretics Of France

Autore: Susan Palmer
Editore: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199875995
Grandezza: 54,73 MB
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Since the Age of Enlightenment, France has upheld clear constitutional guidelines that protect human rights and religious freedom. Today, however, intolerant attitudes and discriminatory practices towards unconventional faiths have become acceptable and even institutionalized in public life. Susan Palmer offers an insightful examination of France's most stigmatized new religions, or "sectes," and the public management of religious and philosophical minorities by the state. The New Heretics of France tracks the mounting government-sponsored anti-cult movement in the wake of the shocking mass suicides of the Solar Temple in 1994, an event that ushered France's most visible religious minorities onto a blacklist of 172 "sectes" commissioned by the National Assembly. Drawing on extensive interviews and field research, Palmer describes the controversial histories of well-known international New Religious Movements including the Church of Scientology, Raelian Movement, and Unificationism, as well as esoteric local groups. Palmer also reveals the partisanship of Catholic priests, journalists, village mayors, and the passive public who support La R?publique's efforts to control minority faiths - all in the name of "Liberty, Equality and Fraternity." Through historical and sociological theory, Palmer analyzes France's war on "sectes" as a strategic response to social pressures arising from globalization and immigration. Her study addresses the impact of these social pressures on traditional cultures and national character, as well as important issues of religious freedom and public tolerance.