4 edition of The Academic Study of Judaism found in the catalog.
The Academic Study of Judaism
January 28, 1982 by University of South Florida .
Written in English
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The Division of Jewish Studies offers academic study of the religion, history, literature, languages, and material culture of the Jews from ancient to modern times. It includes a forum for discussing Jewish topics. w:Portal:Judaism, w:Judaism (as a religion), w:Jews (as a people), w:Jewish history, and w:Jewish culture. The editor of Sh'ma for 25 years, Borowitz has gathered together 33 of his most significant essays on modern Jewish theology, education, the history of Reform Judaism in America, Jewish law, ethics, and interreligious dialogue. The graceful fruits of a lifetime of scholarship. pages, hardcover. Jewish Publication Society. Studies in the Meaning of Judaism () by Eugene B. Borowitz. INTRODUCTION. It is commonly accepted today that Gershom Scholem’s study of Kabbalah was shaped within the framework of his national and anarchic theology (although there remain scholars who dismiss this claim). 1 In this article I would like to expand the discussion on the theological perspectives of the study of Jewish mysticism beyond the discussion of Scholem’s theological .
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