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Encyclopedia of Judaism, 3 Volume Set (Jacob Neusner) Hardcover Book, (Continuum, 1999) 9780826411785
Encyclopedia of Judaism, 3 Volume Set (Jacob Neusner) Hardcover Book, (Continuum, 1999) 9780826411785
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Title: Encyclopedia of Judaism, 3 Volume Set

Author: Neusner, Jacob

Additional Authors or Contributors: Alan J Avery-Peck, William Scott Green (eds)

Publisher: Continuum International Pub Inc; Publication Date: 1999

Hardcover; ISBN: 9780826411785

Volumes: 3; Pages: 1800

List Price in Hardcover: $350.00 Our price: $350.00

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The Encyclopedia of Judaism provides a full and reliable account of Judaism, beginning in ancient Israelite times and extending to our own day. About Judaism, the religion, its diverse history, literature, beliefs past and present, observances and practices, and place in the context of society and culture, this is what we know. All principal topics required for the systematic description of Judaism as a religion the world view, way of life, theory of the social entity constituted by the faithful are addressed here. A full and detailed index provides ready-reference for facts, and the systematic articles set forth highly readable accounts of the entire range of Judaic systems of belief and behavior put forth over time and in our own time. It is written for people from all backgrounds, scholars and general readers alike. More than 100 topics are covered in the first three volumes of the Encyclopedia.

"Outstanding Reference Source 2001."--American Library Association

"Outstanding Academic Title for 2000."--Choice

"These volumes belong in all librairies."--Jewish Post and Opinion

"Alan J. Avery Peck is a fine co-editor, responsible for useful and sometimes ground-breaking authority. Avery Peck gives us the state of scholarship and useful bibliographies at the end of his many fine articles. I also admire Mendes-Flohr on modern philosophies and theologies of Judaism, Hoffman on Liturgy, Salkin on New Age Judaism, Wolfson on Jewish Mysticism, and Ravitsky on Zionism and Judaism. ... Neusner himself offers a brilliant, highly original treatment of the Conservative Judaism in which he was trained. ... The illustrations are breathtaking and important."--Review of Biblical Literature

Table of Contents

Aggadah in the Halakhah

Ancient Judaisms-Modern Syntheses

Astrology and Magic in Medieval Jewish Thought

Biology and the Law of Judaism

China, Practice of Judaism in

Cloning

Codification of Jewish Law-Medieval

Codification of Jewish Law-Modern

Conversos in Medieval Spain

Dialectics in Judaism

Disabilities, Judaism and

Diseases in Jewish Sources

Ecology in Ancient Judaism

Election of Israel

Ethiopia, Judaism in

Genetic Engineering

God, Image of

Greece, Practice of Judaism in

Josephus, Biblical Figures in

Judaism, the Second Half of the Twentieth Century

Karaite Judaism

Khazars and Judaism

Mishnah, Analogical-Contrastive Reasoning in

Morocco, Practice of Judaism in

Phenomenology of Judaism

Rabbinic Judaism, Social Teaching of

Rabbinic Literature, Logics of

Sermons in Medieval and Early Modern Judaism

Superstition in Judaism

Surrogate Motherhood

Tradition in Judaism

Women in the Judaism of the Dual Torah

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