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Exile and redemption

Joseph Grunblatt

Exile and redemption

meditations on Jewish history

by Joseph Grunblatt

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  • 37 Currently reading

Published by Ktav Pub. House in Hoboken, NJ .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Jewish meditations.,
  • Jews -- History -- Meditations.

  • Edition Notes

    Title also in Hebrew characters on jacket: Golus ugeuloh.

    Other titlesGolus ugeuloh.
    Statementby Joseph Grunblatt.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBM724 .G77 1988
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 168 p. ;
    Number of Pages168
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2404619M
    ISBN 100881251305, 0881251356
    LC Control Number87035280

    23) O how You have sealed all the trails and paths from the children of the exile, and have left no possibility for them to speak, for they did not delve in redemption every single generation, did not suffer the exile, did not seek reward, departed the rules of Torah, and mingled with the rest of the nations. An analysis of Megillat ha-Megalleh by Abraham Bar Hiyya (12th c.) as a complete text in its historical and cultural context, showing that the work - written at a time when Jews increasingly came under Christian influence and dominance – presents a coherent argument for the continuing validity of the Jewish hope for redemption. In his argument, Bar Hiyya presents a view of history, the.

      The theme of scattering and re-gathering (exile and redemption – in Hebrew “Galut” and “Geulah“), is as central to the Jewish view of the kingdom (Matthew ) as the death and resurrection of Yeshua is central to the Christian view of two ideas are over-lapped in the plan of God (e.g. 2 days equaling 2 thousand years). The prophets saw the resurrection of the dead and. Get this from a library! Exile and redemption: meditations on Jewish history. [Joseph Grunblatt] -- A collection of 21 short essays intended for reading during the Three Weeks (period of mourning between the 17th of Tammuz and the 9th of Av), discussing the meaning of Jewish history from an.

    In order to properly understand the meaning of exile and redemption from a Jewish perspective, one must go back to the deepest roots of history, specifically to the second verse of the creation story: The earth was null and void and there was darkness upon the face of the deep, and the spirit of God hovered above the water. (Genesis ).   Tisha B'Av: a tale of exile and redemption Dan Rickman The Jewish fast of Tisha B'Av, which marks the destruction of the temples, offers the opportunity to reflect on the problem of evilAuthor: Dan Rickman.


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