Jewish+religion

  • 1 Jewish religion — noun Jews collectively who practice a religion based on the Torah and the Talmud • Syn: ↑Judaism, ↑Hebraism • Derivationally related forms: ↑Judaical (for: ↑Judaism) • Hypernyms: ↑ …

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  • 2 Jewish religion — system of beliefs based on the Hebrew Bible and the Jewish oral law (including the torah, Talmud, Mishnah, and Gemara) …

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  • 3 Jewish History, Jewish Religion — Israël Shahak Israel Shahak (hébreu : ישראל שחק), né Himmelstaub, est un auteur et activist politique radical israélien d origine polonaise (Varsovie, 28 avril 1933 – Jérusalem, 2 juillet 2001). Professeur de chimie à l Université hébraïque… …

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  • 4 Academy for Jewish Religion — The two Academy for Jewish Religion seminaries are transdenominational rabbinical schools located in Riverdale, New York and Los Angeles, California. They are not affiliated beyond sharing a name, and the philosophy that Judaism can be innovative …

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  • 5 Jewish philosophy — Jewish theology redirects here. Philosophy and Kabbalah are two common approaches to Jewish theology Part of a series on …

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  • 6 Jewish beliefs and practices in the reform movement — Jewish beliefs and practices have undergone dynamic changes and innovations in the reform movement of Judaism, known also as Progressive, Reform or Liberal Judaism. Due to its origins in Enlightenment era Germany, the reform movement has eyed… …

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  • 7 Jewish history — is the history of the Jewish people, faith, and culture. Since Jewish history encompasses nearly four thousand years and hundreds of different populations, any treatment can only be provided in broad strokes. Additional information can be found… …

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  • 8 Jewish studies — (or Judaic studies) is an academic discipline centered on the study of Jews and Judaism. Jewish studies is interdisciplinary and combines aspects of history (especially Jewish history), religious studies, archeology, sociology, languages (Jewish… …

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  • 9 Jewish humour — is the long tradition of humour in Judaism dating back to the Torah and the Midrash, but generally refers to the more recent stream of verbal, self deprecating and often anecdotal humour originating in Eastern Europe and which took root in the… …

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  • 10 Jewish atheism — is practiced by atheists who are ethnically Jewish and members of the Jewish people. Because Jewishness encompasses ethnic as well as religious components, the term Jewish atheism does not necessarily imply any kind of contradiction. Based on… …

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  • 11 Jewish Theological Seminary of America — Building at 3080 Broadway in Manhattan Motto והסנה איננו אכל Motto in English And …

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  • 12 JEWISH STUDIES — Jewish studies, or often Judaic studies, refers here to the academic teaching of aspects of Jewish religion, history, philosophy, and culture, and associated languages and literatures, at the undergraduate and graduate level in institutions of… …

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  • 13 Jewish mythology — is generally the sacred and traditional narratives that help explain and symbolize the Jewish religion, whereas Jewish folklore consists of the folk tales and legends that existed in the general Jewish culture. There is very little early folklore …

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  • 14 Jewish assimilation — is a social and religious process of loss of the Jewish identity of an individual by marriage to a spouse that is not Jewish, or the abandonment of the Jewish religion to adopt another religion which is more common, and thus more acceptable at… …

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  • 15 Jewish skeptics — are Jewish individuals (historically, Jewish philosophers) who have held skeptical views on matters of the Jewish religion. In general, these skeptical views regard some or all of the principals of faith, whatever these may be (see Maimonides,… …

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  • 16 Jewish identity — is the subjective state of perceiving oneself as a Jew and as relating to being Jewish. [http://books.google.com/books?id=87sx1v9UmlQC printsec=frontcover dq=jewish+identity sig=uWlgMwXei1dyZFhqvXV3RxvWK3I] Jewish identity, by this definition,… …

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  • 17 Jewish Bolshevism — Jewish Bolshevism, Judeo Bolshevism, Judeo Communism, or in Polish, Żydokomuna, is a pejorative antisemitic expression based on the notion that Jews are responsible for Bolshevism and Communism.The expression was the title of a pamphlet, The… …

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  • 18 JEWISH CHRISTIANS —    sometimes known as MESSIANIC JEWS these are contemporary converts from JUDAISM to CHRISTIANITY who attempt to preserve Jewish TRADITIONS while accepting JESUS OF NAZARETH as the MESSIAH …

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  • 19 JEWISH IDENTITY — Through the ages Jewish identity has been determined by two forces: the consensus of thinking or feeling within the existing Jewish community in each age and the force of outside, often anti Jewish, pressure, which continued to define and to… …

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  • 20 Jewish views of religious pluralism — Religious pluralism is a set of religious world views that hold that one s religion is not the sole and exclusive source of truth, and thus recognizes that some level of truth and value exists in other religions. As such, religious pluralism goes …

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