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Introduction to Judaism A Textbook and Reader

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ISBN-10: 0664253482

ISBN-13: 9780664253486

Edition: N/A

Authors: Jacob Neusner

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List price: $40.00
Publisher: Westminster John Knox Press
Publication date: 2/1/1992
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 265
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 1.50" tall
Weight: 1.584
Language: English

A Word to the Student: Why Study Judaism?
The Jewish People: Judaism in the World Today
Judaism at Home: Through the Year
Grace after Meals
The Passover Seder
Judaism in the Family: Through the Cycle of Life
The Rite of Circumcision
The Bar or Bat Mitzvah
The Marriage Ceremony
Death and Burial
Judaism in the Synagogue
The World of the Synagogue: Daily Prayer
Sabbaths of Creation, Festivals of Redemption
The Days of Awe: Standing before God for Judgment
Jewish Law and Learning: Halakhah and Study of the Torah
How People Practice Judaism in America: The Jewish People and the Jewish Faith
The Two Judaisms of America
The Judaism of Home and Family
The Judaism of Holocaust and Redemption
Judaism at Home and Judaism in Public: The Civil Religion of American Jews
Anthology for Part One The Jewish People: Judaism in the World Today
Jack Wertheimer, Recent Trends in American Judaism
Jacob Neusner, The Jewish Religious Experience in America: The Problem of Interpretation
The Torah: Judaism in Holy Books and in History
The Hebrew Scriptures of Ancient Israel: The Crisis Addressed by the Five Books of Moses
Israel before Judaism: The Biblical Prelude
The Yahwist's Judaism for an Imperial Israel, 950 B.C.E.
Crisis and Resolution
Event and Pattern
The Model Judaism: The Priests' System for Israel after Exile and Return
Sacred Perseverance and the Exegesis of the Everyday: Why the Priests' Judaic System of Sanctification Persisted
The Beginning of Rabbinic Judaism: The Crisis Addressed by the Mishnah in 70 C.E.
Pharisaism before, and Judaism after, 70 C.E.
The Mishnah: History of Its System
The Topical Program of the Mishnah
The Mishnah's System as a Whole
The Mishnah and Judaism
The Mishnah
Humanity in Crisis: What Can Israel Do?
Women in the Mishnah
Women: Yebamot, Chapter 10 (M. Yeb. 10:1-5)
The Social Vision of the Mishnah
The Formation of Rabbinic Judaism: The Crisis Addressed by the Talmuds and the Midrash
The Unfolding of the Mishnah's Tradition
Systemic Changes in the Fourth Century: Canon, Symbol, Teleology
The Crisis of the Fourth Century
The Talmud of the Land of Israel, the Midrash, and the Talmud of Babylonia
The Talmud of the Land of Israel
The Midrash: Genesis Rabbah and Leviticus Rabbah
The Talmud of Babylonia
The Dual Torah: A Review. From the Mishnah through the Bavli
Anthology for Chapters Six to Nine Rabbinic Judaism: Its Formative History and Holy Books
Jacob Neusner, Deuteronomy and Sifre to Deuteronomy
The Success of Rabbinic Judaism: From Ancient Times to the Nineteenth Century
Why Judaism Triumphed amid Christianity and Islam
A Judaism within Rabbinic Judaism: Hasidism
Heresies against Rabbinic Judaism: Karaism versus the Oral Torah
Heresies against Rabbinic Judaism: Sabbateanism versus the Sage-Messiah
The Power and Pathos of Judaism
The Advent of New Judaisms in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries
The Fall of Judaism and the Rise of Judaisms
A Judaism within Rabbinic Judaism: Reform
Judaism within Rabbinic Judaism: Orthodoxy
A Judaism outside of Rabbinic Judaism: Zionism
Heresies outside of Judaism: Zionism
Anthology for Chapters Ten and Eleven Rabbinic Judaism: Law, Philosophy, Mysticism, and Theology
Isadore Twersky, The Shulhan Arukh: Enduring Code of Jewish Law
Abraham J. Heschel, The Mystical Element in Judaism
Emil L. Fackenheim, The Human Condition after Auschwitz
Ben Halpern, The Jewish Consensus
The Jewish People and the Torah
Defining Judaism
The Problem of Definition and How It Has Been Evaded
Defining by Identifying an Integrating Symbol: "The Torah" as the Definition of Judaism
A Review of the History of Judaism
Anthology for Part Three How Encyclopedias Define Judaism
Louis Jacobs, Judaism (Encyclopaedia Judaica)
William Scott Green, Old Habits Die Hard: Judaism in The Encyclopedia of Religion
A Word to the Teacher: Introducing Judaism