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Synonyms for rabbinic

of or relating to rabbis or their teachings


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The rabbinic delegation - with members from the US, Europe and Israel - met Lithuania's First Deputy Chancellor Mr.
Criticism toward YCT's belief in innovative Orthodox rabbinic training has been forthcoming.
Three chapters are published for the first time: "Introduction: Of Legal Fictions and Narrative Worlds" (1); "The Dead Sea Scrolls and Rabbinic Judaism after Sixty (Plus) Years: Retrospect and Prospect" (6); and "Afterword: Between History and Its Redemption" (25).
This is consistent with the rabbinic approach to identify unnamed biblical characters with pre-existing, named biblical characters.
For example, Yifat Monnickendam has shown a level of Jewish influence on Ephrem's thought that suggests sustained dialogue with rabbinic tradition, and Sidney Griffith has argued that Ephrem saw himself in continuity with Scripture's prophetic rebuke of Israel.
This preference has a legal origin as well as a cultural one, stemming from a rabbinic prohibition on mesirah, meaning "delivery" or "handing over" in Hebrew.
Schremer approaches the period from a different perspective, asking what role Christians played in the formation of early rabbinic Judaism.
In this view, rabbinic Judaism grew out of the Pharisees, and Christianity, both by choice and by force, separated decisively from the synagogue at the same time.
The Zionists had no need to emphasize the miracles of the holiday, miracles so central to the rabbinic tradition.
The Cambridge Companion to The Talmud and Rabbinic Literature
For Rosenblatt shows how one man--Selden--had the desire as well as ability to understand Judaism on its own terms, to see the rabbis as mitigating the "rigor" of the Old Testament, and thus to discover in rabbinic thought (rather than Christianity?
Suzanne Last Stone edits RABBINIC AND LAY COMMUNAL AUTHORITY (0881259535, $25.
The focal point architecturally and liturgically of Jewish services, said Elliot Wolfson, professor of Hebrew and Judaic studies at New York University, "the Torah is described in rabbinic literature as the Princess of God.
From core values of the Rabbinic tradition, to the long history of Jewish struggles for civil rights, to the core and sometimes conflicting impulses to both survive (Exodus) and help the world become in accordance with a higher moral standard (Sinai), Judaism and Justice examines history with a keen account of missteps and falterings among Jews as well as their positive contributions to world history.
The topics discussed in Pious and Rebellious include the image of woman in rabbinic literature, the parameters of medieval Jewish family life and marriage, woman's domestic and social status and her place in economic and religious life, female education and roles in family religious ceremonies, violence against women, and the position of the divorcee and the widow in various Jewish societies.