By Rafael HIYA PONTRÉMOLI,Albert Benveniste
Le Meam Loez sur le Livre d’Esther, dont l’auteur est Rafael howdy Pontrémoli, fut publié à Smyrne en 1864.
Écrit en langue vernaculaire – le ladino – dans un type easy et vivant, agrémenté de proverbes, d’anecdotes et de paraboles, il s’adresse directement à une communauté en exil oublieuse des préceptes fondamentaux et des leçons des grands maîtres de los angeles tradition.
Section après part, en s’appuyant notamment sur le Talmud et le Midrach ou Le Zohar, il développe l’épisode biblique qui est à l’origine de los angeles fête de Pourim, au cours duquel le peuple juif, qui vivait en diaspora dans l’empire perse, fut sauvé de los angeles destruction. Par l’entremise d’Esther et de Mardochée, los angeles persécution et le deuil se trouvèrent renversés en allégresse et en libération.
By Jonathan Klawans
By Aaron Rakeffet-Rothkoff
By Rabbi Baruch HaLevi DMin,Ellen Frankel LCSW,Ron Wolfson
Prepare to restore your Jewish neighborhood with the transformative energy of the Divine spirit.
"Rabbi Baruch HaLevi and Ellen Frankel have thoroughly pointed out Ruakh as a key lacking element in Jewish institutional lifestyles, specifically within the synagogue. Their name is for a revolution of spirit, a rejuvenation of our objective, our worship, even our sacred areas. it truly is reputation that the yearning for neighborhood can carry humans again to our associations, if we welcome, have interaction and encourage them."
—from the Foreword via Dr. Ron Wolfson
In this useful and interesting consultant to reinvigorating Jewish lifestyles, Rabbi Baruch HaLevi and Ellen Frankel establish the adaptation among a residing synagogue and a death one, and supply tools for reviving the Jewish non secular centers—federations, group facilities, associations and synagogues—that function the guts of Jewish culture and your lifestyles. they give sensible suggestions for maintaining and increasing transformation, together with suggestions for delivering impassioned management, encouraged programming and welcoming sacred areas. even if you're clergy, congregant or neighborhood member, this advisor can help you wake up your spirit and brighten up your trip to a Ruakh-filled life.
By Doron Schneider
By Israel Drazin
By Shelly Dembe
By Aryeh Botwinick
Emanuel Levinas and the boundaries to Ethics highlights how significantly various Jewish ethics is from Christian ethics, and the profound affinities that subsist among Jewish ethics and philosophical and political liberalism.
The philosophy of Emmanuel Levinas has captured the mind's eye of an international constituency who take his absolutizing of moral calls for and his assigning primacy to ethics over all different branches of inquiry in his mapping of Western philosophy to be indicative of an immense re-ordering of either own and cultural identification. it's this re-ordering, they think, that may restoration larger wholeness and cost to human existence. during this publication, Aryeh Botwinick takes factor with either the theoretical research that Levinas engages in, and the sensible moral import that he attracts from it.
Arguing that what Levinas has to assert approximately either skepticism and damaging theology can be utilized to re-route his argument clear of the avowed goals of his proposal, this ebook can be of serious curiosity to scholars and students of Jewish reviews, Ethics and Philosophy.
By Zachary Braiterman
The influence of technology-enhanced mass loss of life within the 20th century, argues Zachary Braiterman, has profoundly affected the long run form of spiritual suggestion. In his provocative ebook, the writer indicates how key Jewish theologians confronted the reminiscence of Auschwitz via rejecting conventional theodicy, leaving behind any try to justify and vindicate the connection among God and catastrophic agony. the writer phrases this rejection "Antitheodicy," the refusal to just accept that dating. It reveals voice within the writings of 3 specific theologians: Richard Rubenstein, Eliezer Berkovits, and Emil Fackenheim.
This publication is the 1st to convey postmodern philosophical and literary ways into dialog with post-Holocaust Jewish concept. Drawing at the paintings of Mieke Bal, Harold Bloom, Jacques Derrida, Umberto Eco, Michel Foucault, and others, Braiterman assesses how Jewish intellectuals reinterpret Bible and Midrash to re-create spiritual proposal for the age after Auschwitz.
In this approach, he presents a version for reconstructing Jewish existence and philosophy within the wake of the Holocaust. His paintings contributes to the postmodern flip in modern Jewish experiences and brand new artistic theology.
By Daniel Patrick,Texe Marrs
Ezekiel 38-39 prophesies that during the final days, Gog, demonic ruler of the land of Magog, shall come opposed to Israel, that is introduced forth out of the countries. He shall come like a hurricane and shall overcome this land of unwalled villages, and take them hostage.
This conquest by way of Gog and his military will ultimately spiral right into a bloody worldwide struggle so catastrophic that God, Himself, will ultimately positioned an finish to it.
Who is Gog? the place is the land of Magog? Now, with new and impressive archeological and genetic discoveries, we now have awesome facts that, in truth, Magog is located in Southern Russia, within the Caucusus, and Gog is the identify of the nice ruler of the dominion of Khazaria. Khazaria is the land of the non-Semitic, Turkic peoples who falsely declare to be Jews. From Khazaria, within the 8 century, those pagan peoples, having switched over to Judaism, fled to Europe to flee invading Russian warriors.
In 1948, the Khazarians went directly to Palestine, the place they conquered the peaceable Palestinians and manage a pretentious, new “Kingdom of Israel.” The Khazarians, claiming to be “Jews,” are from Magog. Led by way of Satan’s Gog, within the final days they're destined to plunge the whole global into bloodshed, chaos, and battle. Ezekiel 38-39 is fulfilled in entrance of our eyes!