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  • Author:
    Moshe Idel
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    0826496660
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    978-0826496669
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    Continuum; 1 edition (April 20, 2008)
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    744 pages
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Ranging from the Hebrew Bible to Freud and beyond, Idel's monumental work analyzes the distinctive character of Jewish mystical ideas of sonship, as well as their relation to Christian understandings of the incarnational sonship of Jesus

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Moshe Idel increasingly is seen as having achieved the eminence of Gershom Scholem in the study of Jewish mysticism. Ben, his book on the concept of sonship in Kabbalah, is an extraordinary work of scholarship and imaginative surmise. If an intellectual Judaism is to survive, then Idel becomes essential reading, whatever your own spiritual allegiances.

Moshe Idel (Hebrew: משה אידל) is a Romanian born historian and philosopher of Jewish mysticism.

Moshe Idel increasingly is seen as having achieved the eminence of. .

Ben: Sonship and Jewish Mysticism (The Robert and Arlene Kogod Library of Judaic Studies). Moshe Idel increasingly is seen as having achieved the eminence of Gershom Scholem in the study of Jewish mysticism.

Find nearly any book by Moshe Idel. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers

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The aim of this book is to offer neither a theology, systematic or not, nor a proposal to find a new comprehensive clue to understanding Jewish mysticism, even less for .

By Moshe Halbertal and Donniel Hartman (eds) The Boundat:ies cif Judaism Donniel Hartman The Open Canon Avi Sagi Traniforming Identity Avi Sagi and Zvi Zohar Ben: Sonship and Jevvish Mysticislll By Moshe Idel ~ continuum 'Whoever possesses My Mysterion is My so. Pesiqta' Rabbati 'Whoever begets a righteous son, is considered as if he does not di. The aim of this book is to offer neither a theology, systematic or not, nor a proposal to find a new comprehensive clue to understanding Jewish mysticism, even less for a new understanding of Judaism as a whole.

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Moshe Idel, Ben: Sonship and Jewish Mysticism, Kogod Library of Judaic Studies (London: Continuum, 2007), 4. (обратно). 57. For a study of the ubiquity of this pattern, see Idel, Ben, 1-3. This may be "a known fact" for Gundry; hardly for me.

This book explores the phenomenon of Saturnism, namely the belief that the .

This book explores the phenomenon of Saturnism, namely the belief that the planet Saturn, the seventh known planet in ancient astrology, was appointed upon the Jews, who celebrated the Sabbath, the seventh day of the Jewish week.

"Moshe Idel increasingly is seen as having achieved the eminence of Gershom Scholem in the study of Jewish mysticism. Ben, his book on the concept of sonship in Kabbalah, is an extraordinary work of scholarship and imaginative surmise. If an intellectual Judaism is to survive, then Idel becomes essential reading, whatever your own spiritual allegiances."-Harold Bloom, Sterling Professor of Humanities, Yale University While many aspects of sonship have been analyzed in books on Judaism, this book, Moshe Idel's magnum opus, constitutes the first attempt to address the category of sonship in Jewish mystical literature as a whole. Idel's aim is to point out the many instances where Jewish thinkers resorted to concepts of sonship and their conceptual backgrounds, and thus to show the existence of a wide variety of understandings of hypostatic sons in Judaism. Through this survey, not only can the mystical forms of sonship in Judaism be better understood, but the concept of sonship in religion in general can also be enriched.