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Sources of Jewish religion. Rabbinical literature

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  • The Way of the Kabbalistby Yehuda Berg

    Kabbalah Publishing 2011; US$ 19.95

    In The Way of the Kabbalist, best-selling author Yehuda Berg describes exactly what those who practice Kabbalah do and why they do it. What might appear to the curious but unknowing as mysterious rules and rituals are in fact the tools students use to achieve goals such as love, purity, self-control, abundance, healing, and joy. All are designed... more...

  • Meditacion de un kabbalistaby Yehuda Berg

    Kabbalah Publishing 2011; US$ 14.95

    The Kabbalist prayer of Ana Becho?ach, or 42-Letter Name of God, is perhaps the most powerful prayer in the universe. Kabbalists believe that using this name as a tool literally taps into the energy of creation and facilitates the connection to positive energy. In this book, prominent Kabbalah scholar Yehuda Berg explains how anyone can use the prayer... more...

  • The Everything Torah Bookby Yaakov Menken

    F+W Media 2005; US$ 14.95

    From the Penteteuch and Nevi'im to the Ketuvim and the oral Torah, this straightforward reference walks you through God's instructions to His people and explains how these teachings are incorporated into Jewish life. The Everything Torah Book presents the tenets of the Jewish faith in an easy-to-understand reference. Fascinating insights into the... more...

  • Back To The Sourcesby Barry W. Holtz

    Simon & Schuster 2008; Not Available

    Essays analyze the major traditional texts of Judaism from literary, historical, philosophical, and religious points of view. more...

  • Dictionary of Jewish Termsby Ronald L. Eisenberg

    Taylor Trade Publishing 2011; US$ 9.99

    The vocabulary of Judaism includes religious terms, customs, Hebrew, Aramaic and Yiddish terms, terms related to American Jewish life and the State of Israel. All are represented in this new guide, with easy to read explanation and cross-references. more...

  • Reading Jewish Religious Textsby Eliezer Segal

    Taylor and Francis 2012; US$ 36.95

    Reading Jewish Religious Texts introduces students to a range of significant post-biblical Jewish writing. more...

  • Stories of the Lawby Moshe Simon-Shoshan

    Oxford University Press, USA 2012; US$ 73.99

    Moshe Simon-Shoshan offers a groundbreaking study of Jewish law (halakhah) and rabbinic story-telling. Focusing on the Mishnah, the foundational text of halakhah, he argues that narrative was essential in early rabbinic formulations and concepts of law, legal process, and political and religious authority.The book begins by presenting a theoretical... more...

  • The Pluralistic Halakhahby Paul Heger

    De Gruyter 2003; US$ 224.00

    This study examines by a meticulous analysis of abundant rabbinic citations the pluralism of the Halakhah in the pre-70 period which stands in contrast to the fixed Halakhah of later periods. The Temple's destruction provoked, for political motives, the initiation of this significant shift, which protracted itself, in developmental stages, for a longer... more...

  • Kabbalah and Psychoanalysisby Michael Eigen

    Karnac Books 2012; US$ 18.95

    Wilfred Bion once said, "I use the Kabbalah as a framework for psychoanalysis." Both are preoccupied with catastrophe and faith, infinity and intensity of experience, shatter and growth of being that supports dimensions which sensitivity opens. Both are preoccupied with ontological implications of the Unknown and the importance of emotional life.This... more...

  • Kabbalah for the Laymanby Rav Berg

    Kabbalah Publishing 2012; US$ 16.95

    Prior to the popularization of Kabbalah, Kabbalist Rav Berg synthesized the wisdom?s key concepts into a progressive system, rather than the non-linear manner of exploration previously available. This book is the result. The kabbalistic lineage is inextricably tied to the study of the knowledge itself. To this end, Rav Berg includes historical milestones,... more...