While there is meaningful credibility to the historically Judaically
formulaic prayers that begin "Barukh Ata Adonai, Eloheinu vaElohai avotainu, Elohai Avraham, Elohai Yitzhak, vaElohai Ya'akov" (Praised are You, Adonai, our God and God of our patriarchs, God of Abraham, God of Isaac, and God of Jacob), even these larger-than-life biblical personages are confined to the past and not themselves objects of veneration and/or excessive adoration.
Tendler, thus conclude that death can occur, Judaically
, before all organs cease functioning.
15) In the film, it is Chava who poses this question to Fedya, whose vacuous response, "you are my faith," turns her into an idolatrous object and signals the Judaically
blasphemous gravity of her attraction to him.
Not surprisingly, the more Judaically
demanding, the more limited the circle of the involved.
Glinert, a Judaically
learned professor of linguistics, provides a brilliantly painstaking linguistic analysis for every line of the poem, highlighting both ideational and linguistic ambiguities.