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The talmud of Jerusalem

Author: Dagobert D Runes
Publisher: New York : Philosophical Library, 2015.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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One of the world's supreme works of religious literature, the Talmud has been unjustly neglected by a civilization that is rightly proud of its Judaeo-Christian heritage. This sacred book of Israel came to birth during the centuries following the fall of Jerusalem to the Roman Empire, when the people of Palestine were scattered to the four corners of the earth. To preserve their faith amid the strange customs of  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Runes, Dagobert D.
Talmud of Jerusalem.
Newburyport : Philosophical Library, ©2015
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Dagobert D Runes
ISBN: 9781504013079 1504013077
OCLC Number: 910670663
Notes: Title from resource description page (Recorded Books, viewed June 01, 2015).
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Cover; Title Page; PREFACE; Contents; THE RABBIS; Rabbi Judah, the "Chief"; Simon, the Righteous; Rabbi Ishmael, the High Priest; Rabbi Meir; Hillel Hannasi; Rashi; Maimonides; Rabbi Amnon, of Metz; TEACHINGS OF THE RABBIS; Benevolence; Meekness; The Fear of God; Honor Thy Parents; The Law and Its Study; Prayer; The Sabbath; Rewards and Punishments; Trades; Death; Funeral Sermon Over a Dead Rabbi; INCIDENTS IN THE LIVES OF THE RABBIS; Rabbi Akiba; Elishah ben Abuyah; Rabbi Simon; PROVERBS AND SAYINGS OF THE RABBIS; LEGENDS; The Desert Island; The Emperor and the Aged Man; Proving a Claim. A Payment with InterestThe Weasel and the Well; The Lawful Heir; Nothing in the World without its Use; The Reward of Faith; Abtinoss and Garmah; Trust in God; The Bride and Bridegroom; Truth; The Destruction of Bithar; The Destruction of Jerusalem; Second Destruction of Jerusalem; Hannah and her Seven Sons; Copyright.
Responsibility: Dagobert D. Runes.

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One of the world's supreme works of religious literature, the Talmud has been unjustly neglected by a civilization that is rightly proud of its Judaeo-Christian heritage. This sacred book of Israel came to birth during the centuries following the fall of Jerusalem to the Roman Empire, when the people of Palestine were scattered to the four corners of the earth. To preserve their faith amid the strange customs of pagan lands, the wandering Israelites turned to their teachers for a fresh interpretation of the Torah, the ancient book of Moses. The Oral Laws formulated by the sages were eventually codified in the Talmud.

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