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  • Author:
    Louis Jacobs
  • ISBN:
    1856260011
  • ISBN13:
    978-1856260015
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  • Publisher:
    Kyle Cathie (October 1, 1990)
  • Pages:
    288 pages
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Louis Jacobs CBE (17 July 1920 – 1 July 2006) was the founder of Masorti (Conservative) Judaism in the United Kingdom, and a leading writer and theologian.

Louis Jacobs CBE (17 July 1920 – 1 July 2006) was the founder of Masorti (Conservative) Judaism in the United Kingdom, and a leading writer and theologian. He was also the focus of what has become known as "The Jacobs Affair" that took place in the British Jewish community in the early 1960s. Jacobs studied at Manchester Yeshivah, and later at the kolel in Gateshead. His teachers included leading Rabbi Eliyahu Dessler. Jacobs was ordained as a rabbi at Manchester Yeshivah

Louis Jacobs is a distinguished Rabbi at the New London Synagogue This book is great for anybody looking to learn more about Jewish ritual

Louis Jacobs is a distinguished Rabbi at the New London Synagogue. His teaching career spans both sides of the Atlantic, as visiting Professor at Lancaster University and at Harvard. This book is great for anybody looking to learn more about Jewish ritual. Each chapter is a specific subject and so one can skip over chapters if they aren't too interested and can come back to it later. This is great for those who know nothing about Judaism.

The Jewish Mystics book. Louis Jacobs was the founder of Masorti Judaism (also known as Conservative Judaism) in the United Kingdom, and a leading writer and theologian. Books by Louis Jacobs. Mor. rivia About The Jewish Mystics.

This guide to an extraordinary tradition of visionary experience is translated and introduced by a prominent rabbi, the author of such works as "Hasidic Prayer". It traces the mystic tradition as it exists throughout the history of Judaism. Mysticism is at least as ancient as the Book of Ezekiel and its influence can be clearly discerned in Jewish culture of modern times. This annotated collection of Jewish mystical testimonies ranges from Ezekiel in the world and time of the Torah down the millennia and across all the Diaspora.

Jewish mystical testimonies.

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Louis Jacobs was Rabbi at New London Synagogue until his death in 2006. His latest books, Jewish Preaching and Judaism and Theology, were both published in 2004.

Przeczytaj go w aplikacji Książki Google Play na komputerze albo na urządzeniu z Androidem lub iOS. Pobierz, by czytać offline. Czytając książkę Jewish Prayer, zaznaczaj tekst, dodawaj zakładki i rób notatki. Louis Jacobs was Rabbi at New London Synagogue until his death in 2006. In the year of his death he was voted ""Greatest British Jew"" by a poll of Jewish Chronicle Readers conducted to mark the 350th anniversary of the entry of the Jews into England under Oliver Cromwell.

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This guide to an extraordinary tradition of visionary experience is translated and introduced by a prominent rabbi, the author of such works as "Hasidic Prayer". It traces the mystic tradition as it exists throughout the history of Judaism. Mysticism is at least as ancient as the Book of Ezekiel and its influence can be clearly discerned in Jewish culture of modern times. This annotated collection of Jewish mystical testimonies ranges from Ezekiel in the world and time of the Torah down the millennia and across all the Diaspora. It includes pages from the enigmatic Zorah; the great Jewish writers of the medieval world; and Aaron Roth, whose visions of dungeons and fire seemed to foreshadow the Holocaust.