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The Pharisees : the sociological background of their faith.

Author: Louis Finkelstein
Publisher: Philadelphia : Jewish Publication Society of America, 1962.
Series: Morris Loeb series.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : [3d ed.]View all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Louis Finkelstein
OCLC Number: 1006757501
Description: 2 v. : illus. ; 22 cm.
Contents: V. 1. Palestine and its divisions --
Some typical variations of custom --
The customs of Jericho --
The origin of the Pharisees --
The urbanity of the Pharisees --
The social background of the Pharisaic legislation --
The doctrine of the resurrection and immortality --
The angels --
The simple life --
Providence, determinism, and free will --
The plebeian paradox --
The oral law --
Reverence for man --
The prophetic ideal of human equality --
The origin of the prophetic doctrine of peace --
The doctrine of peace and the prophetic movement. V. 2. The ideals of peace and human equality during the exile --
Social and political conflict under the Persian rule --
The struggle against assimilation : Judaism becomes the synagogue --
Hellenists, Hasideans and Pharisees --
The uniqueness of Pharisaism --
The background of the Sadducean views --
The 'Am ha-Arez --
The origin of the Sadducees and Boethusians as sects --
The sociological basis of the controversies within Pharisaism.
Series Title: Morris Loeb series.

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