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Jewish Hermeneutics By James Trimm
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Judaism has very systematic refined rules for understanding the Scriptures. Christianity differs not in having an alternate set of agreed upon rules, but in having no agreed upon rules whatsoever! As... More > the Christian "Church Father" Jerome wrote: 'The Jews insist upon a literal interpretation of the Scripture based on thirteen rules, but we know that the spiritual interpretation is far superior.' 2Tim. 2:15 Justifies use of hermeneutics by indicating that there is a right way to understand the scriptures. This book will teach you: ~The need for hermeneutics. ~The Basic Principles of Hermeneutics ~Primary Logic Errors and how to avoid them ~The Four levels of understanding of a passage. ~The Peshar Method used at Qumran ~The Seven Rules of Hillel (and how they are used by NT writers) ~The Thirteen Rules of Ishmael ~The 32 Rules of Eliezer ~The Forms of Midrashic Exegesis (and examples of them in the NT) ~How the Hebrew Poetic forms can be an important key to understanding a passage.< Less
Jewish Themes in Star Trek By Rabbi Yonassan Gershom
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Rabbi Gershom takes you where no rabbi has gone before! You don't have to be Jewish to enjoy this well-researched and reader-friendly journey into Jewish themes, actors, writers, in-jokes and... More > subtexts in the Star Trek Universe. Inspired by a class he taught at the Minneapolis Talmud Torah, the book explores such things as: The Jewish origin of the Vulcan salute; How Vulcan culture is based on rabbinical Judaism; "Who is a Jew" among Trek characters in episodes, movies and the novels; How Talmudic logic helped expand the Star Trek universe; Why Ferengi values are NOT Jewish values -- and much more!< Less
Jewish Themes in Star Trek By Rabbi Yonassan Gershom
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Rabbi Gershom takes you where no rabbi has gone before! You don't have to be Jewish to enjoy this well-researched and reader-friendly journey into Jewish themes, actors, writers, in-jokes and... More > subtexts in the Star Trek Universe. Inspired by a class he taught at the Minneapolis Talmud Torah, the book explores such things as: The Jewish origin of the Vulcan salute; How Vulcan culture is based on rabbinical Judaism; "Who is a Jew" among Trek characters in episodes, movies and the novels; How Talmudic logic helped expand the Star Trek universe; Why Ferengi values are NOT Jewish values -- and much more!< Less
Jewish Themes in Star Trek By Rabbi Yonassan Gershom
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Rabbi Gershom takes you where no rabbi has gone before! You don't have to be Jewish to enjoy this well-researched and reader-friendly journey into Jewish themes, actors, writers, in-jokes and... More > subtexts in the Star Trek Universe. Inspired by a class he taught at the Minneapolis Talmud Torah, the book explores such things as: The Jewish origin of the Vulcan salute; How Vulcan culture is based on rabbinical Judaism; "Who is a Jew" among Trek characters in episodes, movies and the novels; How Talmudic logic helped expand the Star Trek universe; Why Ferengi values are NOT Jewish values -- and much more!< Less
Audacious Jewish Lives By Jonathan Bergwerk
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From King David to David ben Gurion, via Jesus, Freud and more – the lives, ideas and influence of seven radical Jews - what they did, what they believed in and their contribution to Judaism. ... More > Courageous, challenging and misunderstood, they left a lasting legacy for both Jews and the wider world. Their insights and experiences can still be applied to help tackle contemporary moral and political challenges. King David - Warrior, leader, sinner, lover Jesus - The founder of a new movement within Judaism Abraham Ibn Ezra - Radical writer and thinker of the Middle Ages Moses Mendelssohn - 18th century German philosopher and instigator of Jewish enlightenment Sigmund Freud - The founder of psychoanalysis Leo Baeck - Leader of German Jewry in the 1930s David Ben-Gurion - First Prime Minister of Israel< Less
Sketches of Jewish Social Life By Edersheim Alfred
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In Sketches of Jewish Social Life, Alfred Edersheim has done modern readers a favor. The Old and New Testaments are about a time and society very different from today, with different customs and... More > idioms. Sketches of Jewish Social Life is meant to fill the gap between ancient and modern readers. It does this by providing the common knowledge of that day for today's readers. In his book, Edersheim provides insight into the basics of Jewish society, customs, political powers, etc, occasionally applying it to particular biblical passages and events. There are more serious, technical texts of this type, which provide more in depth and modern information about biblical customs. But Edersheim's Sketches of Jewish Social Life provides valuable information that will not overwhelm readers with data. Edersheim's Sketches of Jewish Social Life is thus ideal for anyone wanting a richer understanding of the Old and New Testaments. -Tim Perrine, CCEL Staff Writer< Less
Dictionary of Jewish- Frum Life Humor By David Kilimnick
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From the writer of the ‘Aliyah Dictionary’ comes the new comedic work that received no support from any rabbi. Enclosed you will find the words and phrases that are vital for living as a... More > religious Jew, as well as the words that are necessary for understanding the frum Jewish life experience. A work of pure comedy, the reader will walk away educated and laughing. In David’s words: Jewish culture is found in humor. It is up to you to deliver the material in this book. So read with timing…You should have much enjoyment. That would make my parents very proud. Examples of brilliance filling these pages of nachis. Kashering- The process of making something kosher by risking one’s life. See blow torch and rabbi with boiling water. Whitefish- How a Jewish father and son bond. Sitting quietly side by side, eating smoked fish together…Not fishing. Eating. Jewish bonding. Let us now bond with the Jewish people and join in the laughter.< Less
A Transylvanian Jewish Yankee At King Obtuse's Court By Yoni Adonyi
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Autobiography-based fiction including attempts to engineering apologetics, stemming from four decades of practice in academia to research and manufacturing in four countries, most of them spent in... More > the US. The title reference to Mark Twain’s famous book hints to the innovative nature of engineering, unchanged throughout the ages. Magic devices appear in the hero’s arsenal to gain spiritual insights in a parallel world of good and evil, described not to divert attention from his individual responsibilities, but to reveal other forces which might have influenced him in his life. As one might expect from a boring engineer writer, the hero wins in the end and gets the girl…or does he?< Less
Dictionary of Jewish- Frum Life Humor with the Honest Rabbi By David Kilimnick
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From the writer of the ‘Aliyah Dictionary’ comes the new comedic work that received no support from any rabbi. The perfect Jewish bathroom reader of tradition... Enclosed, you'll find... More > the words and phrases that are vital for living and understanding the religious Jewish life experience. A work of pure comedy, the reader will walk away educated and laughing. David’s words: Jewish culture is found in humor. It's up to you to deliver the material in this book. So read with timing…You should have much enjoyment. That would make my parents very proud. Examples of brilliance filling these pages of nachis. Kashering- The process of making something kosher by risking one’s life. See blow torch and rabbi with boiling water. Whitefish- How a Jewish father and son bond. Sitting quietly side by side, eating smoked fish together…Not fishing. Eating. Jewish bonding. Let us now bond with the Jewish people and join in the laughter. (this is the 50lbs paper edition...the other edition is 60lbs)< Less
The Jewish Trinity: When Rabbis Believed In The Father, Son and Holy Spirit By Yoel Natan
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Conventional wisdom states that the Hebrew Scriptures only hint that there are persons of Yahveh. This book shows that Moses and other Bible writers wrote strikingly and often, both about the Trinity... More > and the deity of the Messiah. The Old Testament is as explicit about the Trinity and the deity of the Messiah as is the New Testament. The reader of this book will come to know the Trinitarianism in the Hebrew Scriptures that Yahvists knew. The reader of this book will come to read the Bible the same way the inspired writers intended it to be read-as Trinitarian< Less

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Our World Our World By Deleah Payne
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