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Kabbalah

Author : David S. Ariel
ISBN : 0742545644
Genre : Religion
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Today, many people from all faiths are exploring the Kabbalah. What was once contoversial and esoteric teachings from midieval Jewish mystics now is becoming one of the latest spiritual trends sweeping across America. The book has a completely revised introduction and several substantially revised chapters, making key ideas less abstract and more comprehensible to readers, and now includes a section called the 10 Main Conceptual Principles.

The Mystic Quest

Author : David S. Ariel
ISBN : 9781461631644
Genre : Religion
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The Mystic Quest explains the major ideas and concepts of Jewish mystical thought in a way that the general reader can clearly understand. Drawing upon his own extensive research as well as on the growing body of scholarly material on the subject, Dr. David Ariel, president of the Cleveland College of Jewish Studies, presents the extremely difficult and complex elements of Jewish mysticism in language that makes it accessible to the layperson.

A Kabbalah And Jewish Mysticism Reader

Author : Daniel M. Horwitz
ISBN : 9780827612860
Genre : Religion
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An unprecedented annotated anthology of the most important Jewish mystical works, A Kabbalah and Jewish Mysticism Reader is designed to facilitate teaching these works to all levels of learners in adult education and college classroom settings. Daniel M. Horwitz's insightful introductions and commentary accompany readings in the Talmud and Zohar and writings by Ba'al Shem Tov, Rav Kook, Abraham Joshua Heschel, and others. Horwitz's introduction describes five major types of Jewish mysticism and includes a brief chronology of their development, with a timeline. He begins with biblical prophecy and proceeds through the early mystical movements up through current beliefs. Chapters on key subjects characterize mystical expression through the ages, such as Creation and deveikut ("cleaving to God"); the role of Torah; the erotic; inclinations toward good and evil; magic; prayer and ritual; and more. Later chapters deal with Hasidism, the great mystical revival, and twentieth-century mystics, including Abraham Isaac Kook, Kalonymous Kalman Shapira, and Abraham Joshua Heschel. A final chapter addresses today's controversies concerning mysticism's place within Judaism and its potential for enriching the Jewish religion.

Understanding Rabbinic Judaism From Talmudic To Modern Times

Author : Jacob Neusner
ISBN : 0870682385
Genre : Judaism
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Religions Of The Stars

Author : Richard Abanes
ISBN : 1441204458
Genre : Religion
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Today's culture is saturated with news about celebrities and their beliefs. Oprah Winfrey, Tom Cruise, and Madonna all promote their own brand of spirituality. What do they really believe, and does it line up with what the Bible teaches? This book answers these questions, appealing to those curious about the religions of the rich and famous while holding up their beliefs to the light of the gospel. Concerned parents will also gain insight into the religious influences their kids may be exposed to in the media.

Jewish Christian Mysticism

Author : Dan Cohn-Sherbok
ISBN : 0852442599
Genre : Mysticism
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What Do Jews Believe

Author : David S. Ariel
ISBN : 0805210598
Genre : Religion
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An overview of the principles of Jewish religion provides insight into the beliefs that shape Jewish identity

Kabbalah A Guide For The Perplexed

Author : Pinchas Giller
ISBN : 9781441150424
Genre : Religion
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Kabbalah: A Guide for the Perplexed is a concise and accessible introduction to the major elements of the prevalent metaphysical system of Judaism, Kabbalah. The book covers the historical and theoretical essence of Kabbalah, offering a clear definition of the term and the limitations of what Kabbalah is and is not. Pinchas Giller provides an overview of the history of the movement, reflecting the sweep of Jewish history as a whole, and examines its metaphysical system, the advanced mythos of early and later Luria, doctrines of the soul, and the mysteries of Jewish religious practice and law. The book concludes with a summary of the contemporary kabbalistic phenomena, particularly in light of the notoriety of some modern purveyors of Kabbalah. As cogent and objective as possible, this is the ideal companion for those wishing to gain a sound understanding of this often perplexing mystical aspect of Judaism.

Ehyeh

Author : Arthur Green
ISBN : 9781580232135
Genre : Religion
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Explains the fundamental ideas and spiritual teachings of Kabbalah while discussing how it can be interpreted to serve a contemporary spiritual quest without destorying the soul of its tradition.

Kabbalah And The Spiritual Quest

Author : Jody Elizabeth Myers
ISBN : UVA:X030254787
Genre : Religion
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Provides an overview of Kabbalah and its popularity in the United States.

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