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Paperbound Books in Print

Paperbound Books in Print Author :
Release : 1992
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Words on Cassette

Words on Cassette Author :
Release : 1999
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Narrative and Novella in Samuel

Narrative and Novella in Samuel Author : Hugo Gressmann
Release : 2015-01-29
Publisher : Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN : 1474236170
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This collection of significant literary studies by an older generation of influential scholars makes available some often neglected insights into the books of Samuel as works of literature. The studies are of perhaps surprising relevance to recent literary investigations of the Hebrew Bible. The contributors are: Hugo Gressmann, 'The Oldest History-writing and Prophecy of Israel' (Introduction, and studies of various individual narratives in Samuel); Wilhelm Caspari, 'The Literary Type and Historical Value of 2 Samuel 15-20'; Bernard Luther, 'The Novelle of Judah and Tamar and other Israelite Novellen'; Alfons Schultz, 'Narrative Art in the Books of Samuel'.

Reference Guide for Travellers

Reference Guide for Travellers Author : Jack A. Neal
Release : 1969
Publisher : New York : Bowker
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Chambers's Edinburgh Journal

Chambers's Edinburgh Journal Author :
Release : 1835
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An Epistle to the Hebrews

An Epistle to the Hebrews Author : Emma Lazarus
Release : 1987
Publisher : Jewish Historical Society of
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Jewish-Christian Gospel Tradition

Jewish-Christian Gospel Tradition Author : Albertus Frederik Johannes Klijn
Release : 1992
Publisher : BRILL
ISBN : 9789004094536
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This work represents the first independent study of the Jewish-Christian Gospel fragments and of the use of the Jewish-Christian Gospel tradition in early Christian and medieval literature. The author identifies and introduces the Jewish-Christian Gospels and their sources, presents a critical study of genuine and spurious references to Jewish-Christian Gospels, and then goes on to offer a critical text (with apparatus and bibliography), a translation and a full commentary for each individual fragment.

Whitaker's Cumulative Book List

Whitaker's Cumulative Book List Author :
Release : 1972
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Judaism and Anthroposophy

Judaism and Anthroposophy Author : Fred Paddock
Release : 2003
Publisher : SteinerBooks
ISBN : 9780880105101
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This book was initiated by the Rudolf Steiner Library where the librarian Fred Paddock had long felt the need to make available some of the cutting edge writings by European anthroposophists.

Paperbacks in Print

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Release : 1971
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Hebraic Aspects of the Renaissance

Hebraic Aspects of the Renaissance Author : Ilana Zinguer
Release : 2011-08-25
Publisher : BRILL
ISBN : 9004212558
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This collection of essays offers a fresh look into Christian-Jewish cultural interactions during the Renaissance and beyond. Christian scholars, it is shown, were deeply immersed in a variety of Hebrew sources, while their Jewish counterparts imbibed the culture of Humanism.

El-Hi Textbooks in Print

El-Hi Textbooks in Print Author :
Release : 1982
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Dialogical Philosophy from Kierkegaard to Buber

Dialogical Philosophy from Kierkegaard to Buber Author : Samuel Hugo Bergman
Release : 1991-01-01
Publisher : SUNY Press
ISBN : 9780791406236
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This book introduces American readers to a philosophical and spiritual exemplar of dialogue. The author presents a way of thinking about ourselves, the world, and our relationship to God that is neither dualistic nor monistic. The thinkers presented in this book focus on a radical departure from objectivism and subjectivism. Kierkegaard, Feuerbach, Herman Cohen, Ferdinand Ebner, Eugen Rosenstock, Franz Rosenzweig, and Martin Buber were all trying to find a way to allow a transaction between self, the world, and God without foregoing either individuality or the experience of merging. Some of the issues covered in the book include the origins of philosophy; objective versus existential truth; irony, truth, and faith; ethics versus aesthetics; ethics versus religion; thought and language; love of God and neighbor; I-Thou and I-It in Nature, with people, and with God; and redemption in the world.

Against the Grain

Against the Grain Author : Ezra Mendelsohn†
Release : 2013-10-30
Publisher : Berghahn Books
ISBN : 1782380035
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Highlighting the seminal role of German Jewish intellectuals and ideologues in forming and transforming the modern Jewish world, this volume analyzes the political roads taken by German Jewish thinkers; the impact of the Holocaust on the Central and East European Jewish intelligentsia; and the conundrum of modern Jewish identity. Several of German Jewry's most outstanding figures such as Scholem, Strauss, and Kohn are discussed. Inspired by Steven E. Aschheim's work, several contributors focus on the fraught relationship between German and East European Jews (the so-called Ostjuden) and between German Jews and their non-Jewish neighbors. More generally, this book examines how Central European Jewish thinkers reacted to the terrible crises of the twentieth century-to war, genocide, and the existential threat to the very existence of the Jewish people. It is essential reading for those interested in the triumphs and tragedies of modern European Jewry.

Grotius on the Rights of War and Peace

Grotius on the Rights of War and Peace Author : Hugo Grotius
Release : 2011-05-01
Publisher : The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.
ISBN : 158477942X
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Reprint of the sole edition of this translation. In this momentous work Grotius describes the situations in which war is a valid tool of law enforcement and outlines the principles of armed combat. Though based on Christian natural law, Grotius advanced the novel argument that his system would still be valid if it lacked a divine basis. In this regard he pointed to the future by moving international law in a secular direction. This edition was abridged by removing most of the quotations from "ancient historians, orators, philosophers, and poets," which are identified in footnotes. As Whewell states in the preface, they tended to "confuse the subject, obscure the reasoning, and weary the reader." By removing them he enhanced clarity and reduced the bulk of the work by "more than a half" (vi). Hugo Grotius [1583-1645], generally acknowledged as the founder of international law, was an influential Dutch jurist, philosopher and theologian. Originally published in 1625, De Jure Belli ac Pacis (On the Law of War and Peace, translated by Whewell as On the Rights of War and Peace) is widely considered to be the first modern treatise on international law. William Whewell [1794-1866] wrote on numerous subjects and is known for the breadth of his endeavors, and his influence on the philosophy of science. He was one of the founding members and an early president of the British Association for the Advancement of Science, a fellow of the Royal Society, president of the Geological Society, and longtime Master of Trinity College, Cambridge.