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The Jewish religion

Author: M Friedländer
Publisher: New York : Pardes Publishing House, Inc., 1946.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : American ed., rev. and enl., with a biography of the author. Forword [sic] by Theodor H. Gaster. Preface by Joshua BlochView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: M Friedländer
OCLC Number: 1294055
Notes: Includes extra numbered pages 501*-510*.
Description: vi, [18], xi-xvi, 530 (i.e. 540) pages : portrait ; 23 cm
Contents: Our creed --
Faith as commended in Bible and tradition --
Faith according to Saadiah --
Faith according to Ibn Gabirol --
Faith according to Dunash ben Tamim, Bachya b. Joseph --
Faith according to Shem-tob; Abraham b. David; Jehudah Hallevi --
Faith according to Ibn Ezra; Maimonides; Joseph Albo --
Faith according to Eliah del Medigo --
Faith according to Moses Mendelssohn --
The thirteen principles of faith --
First group of principles- existence of God --
Natural religion --
Polytheism --
Pantheism --
Atheism --
Deism; Theism --
The first principle: God, the Creator and Ruler of the Universe --
Natural laws and miracles --
Evolution and creation --
Principle II: unity of God --
Principle III --
Anthropomorphism in the Bible --
Principle IV & V --
Various attributes of God --
Second group of principles- revelation --
General remarks- early revelations --
Prophet --
Text of prophecies --
Massorah --
Names and authors of the books of the Bible --
Pentateuch --
Earlier prophets --
Latter prophets --
Isaiah --
Jeremiah --
Ezekiel --
Minor prophets --
Hagiographa --
Psalms --
Proverbs --
Job --
The Song of Solomon --
Ruth; Lamentations --
Ecclesiastes --
Esther; Daniel --
Ezra; Nehemiah --
Chronicles --
Apocrypha --
The book of wisdom --
The wisdom of Jesus, Son of Sirach --
Baruch --
Tobit; Judith --
The books of the Maccabees --
Principle VI: truth of the prophecies --
Principle VII: distinction of Moses from other prophets --
Principle VIII: authenticity of the Torah --
The oral law --
Principle IX: immutability of the Torah --
Third group of principles- reward and punishment --
Divine justice and man's free-will --
Principle X: God's omniscience --
Principle XI: reward and punishment --
Principle XII: messiah --
Principle XIII: resurrection- future life --
Notes on the number of principles --
On principle I --
Creation according to Maimonides --
Creation according to Saadiah --
Bible and science --
On principle V: efficacy of prayer --
On principle V: revelation --
On principle VI --
Revelation according Saadiah --
Revelation according to Jehudah hallevi --
Revelation of Ibn Ezra --
Revelation according to Maimonides --
Revelation according to Albo --
On principle VII --
On principle VIII --
Variae Lectiones, Tikkun Soferim, Ittur Soferim --
Al-tikre, Biblical quotations in Talmud and Midrash --
Bible criticism --
The Pentateuch --
Explanation of 2 Kings xxii --
Abraham ibn Ezra's view on the integrity of the Pentatench --
Authenticity of the book of the prophet Isaiah --
Authenticity of the book of Daniel --
On principle IX --
Explanation of Jer. Xxxi. 31-33 --
Explanation on some Talmudical passages --
The immutability of the Torah according to Maimonides --
The immutability of the Torah according to jehudah hallevi --
The immutability of the Torah according to Albo and R. Abraham b. David --
On principle X. On principle XI --
Eternal punishment --
Vicarious atonement --
Principle XII --
Maimonides on Messiah, Jesus, and Mohammed --
Principle XIII --
On religious duties in general --
Classification of the divine precepts --
Object of the divine law --
I. The Ten Commandments --
Notes on the Ten Commandments --
Different opinions on the division of the commandments --
Ibn Ezra on Exodus xx. 2 --
Abarbanel and R.S. Hirsch on the Ten Commandments --
Parallels to the Decalogue --
II. General moral principles --
Duties towards God --
a. Duties of the heart --
Fear and love of God --
Gratitude toward Him --
Reverence for His name --
Obedience to His will --
Faith and confidence in His goodness --
Resignation to His will --
b. Duties with reference to speech --
Prayer --
Study of His word --
c. Duties with reference to action --
Sanctification of God's name --
Imitation of His ways --
Duties towards our fellow-creatures --
General principles --
Duties in reference to the life and the property of our fellow-man --
Prohibition to interest and usury --
Duties in reference to our fellow-men's honour and well-being --
Charity --
Special duties --
Children and parents --
Friends --
Husband and wife --
Fellow-citizens --
Fellow-members of a community --
Duties towards members of another community --
Employers and employed --
Superiors and inferiors --
Teacher and pupil; master and servant; rich and poor duties towards the old, magistrates, and all to whom honour is due --
Kindness to animals --
Duties to ourselves --
III. Signs as outward reminders of God and His will --
Tsitsith --
Tefillin --
Mezuzah --
Circumcision --
Notes --
IV. Sabbath, festivals, and fasts --
On Sabbath and festivals in general --
1. "remember" --
Kiddush and Habhdalah --
Lessons from the Pentateuch and the prophets --
2. "Take heed" --
Work forbidden --
3. "Delight" --
Sabbath and festivals days of cheerfulness --
4. "Honour" --
Sabbath and festival bread and lights --
The Jewish calendar --
The festivals --
The three festivals --
The four distinguished Sabbaths --
Passover --
Seder-evening --
Counting the Omer --
The days of the counting of the Omer --
The feast of weeks --
The feast of tabernacles --
Solemn days --
New-year --
Day of Atonement --
Historical feasts and fasts --
Chanuccah --
Purim --
The four fasts --
Optional fasts --
V. Divine worship --
Beginnings of divine worship --
Sacrifices --
Prayer --
Devotion --
Minhag or custom --
Prayer in Hebrew --
Efficacy of prayer --
Synagogue --
Instrumental music in synagogue --
The ritual, in Talmud and Midrash --
Prayers at fixed times --
Shema --
Amidah or Tefillah --
Abridged forms of the Amidah --
other constituent elements of the service --
Night-prayer --
Public service --
Kaddish --
Kedushah --
Repetition of Amidah --
Priests' benediction --
The reading of the Law --
Occasional prayers; benedictions; grace --
Notes on customs in Synagogue --
Temporary substitutions for the service --
Repetition of the Amidah --
Kedushah; Kaddish --
Sermons and lectures --
Special prayer-meetings --
Reform of the ritual --
Congregations and their religious guide --
VI. The Dietary laws --
Their object --
Fruit of trees in the first three years --
The killing of animals for food --
Prohibition of blood --
Refah --
Clean and unclean animals --
Forbidden fat --
The sinew that shrank 00 Meat and milk --
Explanation of Gen. ix. 4: seven Noachide precepts --
On Shechitah --
How to kasher the meat --
Explanation on Num. xi. 22 and Lev. xvii. 13 --
On clean and unclean birds --
Meat and milk --
Honey --
Wine of libation --
VII. Jewish life --
Guiding principles in Jewish life --
Torah and Abodah; Beth-hammidrash and synagogue --
Charity --
Jewish women --
The days of the week --
Anticipation of Sabbath, feast, and fast --
Friday evening: Sabbath and festivals --
New-moon and full-moon --
Important moments in the life of the Jew --
Birth: initiation of the male child into the covenant of Abraham --
Redemption of the first-born --
Thanksgiving of the mother after confinement --
Education --
Bar-mitsvah --
Choise of vocation --
marriage --
Divorce --
Obligatory marriage and obligatory divorce --
Death and mourning --
Regard for the memory of the deceased --
Notes on customs in connection with the burial rites --
Appendices --
1. The thirteen principles in Hebrew --
2. The Jewish calendar --
3. Religious education --
4. Prayer for Barmitzvah.
Responsibility: by Michael Friedlander.

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