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- From Text to Tradition: A History of Second Temple and Rabbinic Judaism (review)
- From Text to Tradition: A History of Second Temple and Rabbinic Judaism
- Origins of Rabbinic Judaism
However, he seems to be opposing an approach to texts that has been recognized as unscientific since the rise of critical scholarship. It is, of course, difficult for anyone to escape confessional or other biases, but Boccaccini is hardly original in demanding that texts from a period be treated together rather than left in isolated, traditional corpora. Also, it is not clear what advantage is gained by renaming the period from B. Middle Judaism rather than Early Judaism. Users of the latter term obviously do not imply by it that nothing preceded; they mean only that it is an earlier stage of a later entity which is usually called Judaism.
From Text to Tradition: A History of Second Temple and Rabbinic Judaism (review)
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From Text to Tradition: A History of Second Temple and Rabbinic Judaism. By Lawrence H. Schiffman, Sol Scharfstein, Ethel and Irvine Edelman Professor of.
Origins of Rabbinic Judaism
In practice, research on the period often focuses on the 4th century BCE and following, and stretches into the 2nd century CE. By the s, a nascent subfield was taking form, energized by a new emphasis on the diversity of the Judaism from within which Christianity arose. In the late 20th century, studies of the Dead Sea Scrolls revealed new insights into the significance of this period for the development of Judaism as well. Long deemed critical for Jewish engagement with Greek language and literature and for the spread of Jewish communities throughout the Mediterranean world, the Second Temple period has also become a new locus for research on halacha, purity, and biblical interpretation.
The Torah of Moses was recognized as the ancestral law of Judah from the time of Ezra. Its status was revoked briefly by Antiochus Epiphanes. In the Hasmonean era there was a turn to intensive halakhic discussion, attested in the Dead Sea Scrolls. This was a factor in the rise of sectarianism.
Он был известен среди сотрудников, он пользовался репутацией патриота и идеалиста… честного человека в мире, сотканном из лжи. За годы, прошедшие после появления в АНБ Сьюзан, Стратмор поднялся с поста начальника Отдела развития криптографии до второй по важности позиции во всем агентстве. Теперь только один человек в АНБ был по должности выше коммандера Стратмора - директор Лиланд Фонтейн, мифический правитель Дворца головоломок, которого никто никогда не видел, лишь изредка слышал, но перед которым все дрожали от страха. Он редко встречался со Стратмором с глазу на глаз, но когда такое случалось, это можно было сравнить с битвой титанов. Фонтейн был гигантом из гигантов, но Стратмора это как будто не касалось.
Проехав еще полмили, Сьюзан подверглась той же процедуре перед столь же внушительной оградой, по которой был пропущен электрический ток. Давайте же, ребята… уже миллион раз вы меня проверяли.