3 edition of Extra-and non-documentary writing in the canon of formative Judaism found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 292-304).
|Series||Academic studies in the history of Judaism|
|LC Classifications||BM514 .N466 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 v. ;|
|ISBN 10||1586841068, 1586841076, 1586841130|
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The other Holy Book for the Jewish religion is the Talmud which includes the Mishnah, which means "repetition" or "study" and the Gemara, which means "addition" or "completion." As society changed, the Jews found that the Torah needed to be updated from its original agricultural emphasis. Those changes became part of the Mishnah. In my doctoral studies in the Judaic Studies and History Departments at New York University, I focus on medieval Jewish-Christian relations through law, specifically examining the ways that canon law treats and presents Jews. Canon law is the Catholic equivalent of halakha: It is the law that guides Roman Catholic practice.
Lexington Books • December • Monograph. Protocols of Non-Documentary Writing in the Rabbinic Canon: Leviticus Rabbah, Volume 4. JACOB NEUSNER. Chapters in the Formative History of Judaism: Seventh Series: More Essays on the History, Literature, and Theology of Judaism. This first canon contains 24 books in the Old Testament. It appears as a reaction to the fall of Jerusalem in 70 CE and responds to the rising Christian movement by "closing of the ranks" in the Jewish community (Pelikan 47).
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Extra-and non-documentary writing in the canon of formative Judaism. [Jacob Neusner]. Extra- and Non-Documentary Writing in the Canon of Formative Judaism, Vol. 1 The Pointless Parallel: Hans-Jurgen Becker and the Myth of the Autonomous Tradition in Rabbinic Documents Click on image to enlarge.
Extra- and Non-Documentary Writing in the Canon of Formative Judaism, Volume 2 Paltry Parallels: The Negligible Proportion and Peripheral Role of Free-Standing Compositions in Rabbinic Documents.
Extra- and Non-Documentary Writing in the Canon of Formative Judaism, Vol. 3 Extra- and Non-Documentary Writing in the Canon of Formative Judaism, Vol. 3 Peripatetic Parallels. Click on image to enlarge: A Global Academic Publishing Book. Table of Contents. Extra- and Non-Documentary Writing in the Canon of Formative Judaism.
The Pointless Parallel: Hans-Jürgen Becker and the Myth of the Autonomous Tradition in Rabbinic Documents. Binghamton Global Publications. Academic Studies in the History of Judaism Series. Extra- and Non-Documentary Writing in the Canon of Formative Judaism.
"Extra- and Non-Documentary Writing in the Rabbinic Canon of Late Atiquity: Non-Documentary Writing in Sifra, Sifré to Numbers, Sifré to Deuteronomy, Mekhilta Attributed to R. Ishmael, and Leviticus Rabbah" published on 01 Jan by Brill. "Extra- and Non-Documentary Writing in the Rabbinic Canon of Late Antiquity the Theoretical Problem and Mishnah, Tosefta, and Abot" published on 01 Jan by Brill.
Extra- And Non-Documentary Writing in the Canon of Formative Judaism (Book) Jacob Neusner ISBN more details Format:Paperback Pages:1 AUD $ This title is not held in stock & is ordered from suppliers, subject to availability. How the traits of the several types of narratives shift as the respective types move from document is spelled out in complete detail.
This project opens a road towards the documentary analysis of rabbinic narrative. It fills out an important chapter in the documentary hypothesis of the rabbinic canon in the formative age. Extra- and Non-Documentary Writing in the Canon of Formative Judaism: Vol.
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A canon is a list of books considered an authority by a group of people, a list to which no more books may be added and from which none may be subtracted. The list is fixed. The most famous canon is the list of books that make up the Bible.
In the case of the Jewish Bible, the canon contains 22 books. Biblical literature - Biblical literature - New Testament canon, texts, and versions: The New Testament consists of 27 books, which are the residue, or precipitate, out of many 1st–2nd-century-ad writings that Christian groups considered sacred.
In these various writings the early church transmitted its traditions: its experience, understanding, and interpretation of Jesus as. Ancient Jews did not have a council in the way that the Christian did, and while the Temple in Jerusalem kept some scrolls, it did not do so to prescribe the books of the canon.
I have called this the theory of the majority canon, and it takes seriously the historical circumstances that led to the formation of the Jewish canon of ancient and.
The Theoretical Problem and Mishnah, Tosefta, and Abot; Extra- and Non-Documentary Writing in the Rabbinic Canon of Late Antiquity. Conclusion. Sifra Chapter 4 Problems of Philosophy: Logics of Rabbinic Literature; The Formation of Rabbinic Judaism: From the Mishnah's Philosophy to the Talmuds' Religion: Series Title: Studies in Judaism.
Other. Get this from a library. Building blocks of rabbinic tradition: the documentary approach to the study of formative Judaism.
[Jacob Neusner] -- "In this book are gathered eight of the more fundamental items of documentary theory and practice - three in theory, five in practice - for Professor Neihoff's students and anyone else who takes an.
Biblical literature - Biblical literature - The Christian canon: The Christian church received its Bible from Greek-speaking Jews and found the majority of its early converts in the Hellenistic world. The Greek Bible of Alexandria thus became the official Bible of the Christian community, and the overwhelming number of quotations from the Hebrew Scriptures in the New Testament are.
Peripatetic parallels: extra- and non-documentary writing in the canon of formative Judaism. “Rabbinic literature in its formative age, from the Mishnah through the Bavli, ca. – c. E, is comprised by documents that relate to one another in three ways.In the Jewish canon, the books of The Torah have different names than in the Christian canons, taken from the first Hebrew words of the book: Berishit ("in beginning"), Shemot ("names"), Vayikra ("and he called"), Bemidbar ("in the wilderness"), and Debarim ("words").
The Christian names of the books are from the titles in the second century.Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store.