6 edition of Judaism on trial found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited and translated by Hyam Maccoby.|
|Series||The Littman library of Jewish civilization, Littman library of Jewish civilization (Series)|
|Contributions||Maccoby, Hyam, 1924-, Naḥmanides, ca. 1195-ca. 1270., Jehiel ben Joseph, of Paris, d. 1286., Ibn Verga, Solomon, 1460-1554.|
|LC Classifications||BM590.A1 J83 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||245 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||245|
|LC Control Number||97111993|
Judaism is an ancient monotheistic religion, with the Torah as its foundational text (part of the larger text known as the Tanakh or Hebrew Bible), and supplemental oral tradition represented by later texts such as the Midrash and the Talmud. A comparison between the different strategies adopted in the Trial of the Talmud, on the one hand, and the Disputation of Barcelona, on the other, reveals the distinct forms anti-Judaism could take in different European cities.
The historical episode in which Jews were put on trial in Israel for aiding the Nazis – the subject of a new book by Holocaust scholar Itamar Levin, called “Kapo on Allenby” – took place in the s, between two other post-Holocaust events of great significance: the Nuremberg Trials, which took place in Germany in the late s, and the trial of Adolf Eichmann in Jerusalem, Author: Ofer Aderet. Judaism on Trial travels the razor’s edge of Jewish tradition and 21st century thinking on: evolution, attitudes to non-Jews, dialogue with other religions, biblical criticism, and much more. This is an open and intensive text based exploration of Judaism .
Read more about this on Questia. Judaism (jōō´dəĬz´əm, jōō´dē–), the religious beliefs and practices and the way of life of the term itself was first used by Hellenized Jews to describe their religious practice, but it is of predominantly modern usage; it is not used in the Bible or in Rabbinic literature and only rarely in the literature of the medieval period. She went on to write a number of well-received books on modern Jewish history, including The Eichmann Trial. But her peace was interrupted in , by a letter from her publishers informing her.
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The book is a detailed account of disputations (basically show trials) between Christians and Jews. Most of the earlier anti-Jewish dialogues produced by Christians were basically fictional works.
The Jewish speaker puts up some weak arguments that Cited by: Rabbi Lopes Cardozo's book: "Judaism on Trial" is precisely as it is represented and no reader will be disappointed by this honest assessment of a wide range of issues facing the Jewish community. He does so with wit and wisdom and great sensitivity.4/5(1).
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Judaism on Trial: Jewish-Christian Disputations in the Middle Ages (Littman Library of Jewish Civilization) by Hyam Maccoby (): : Books/5(6). Judaism on Trial: Jewish-Christian Disputations in the Middle Ages. Hyam Maccoby's now classic study focuses on the major Jewish-Christian disputations of medieval Europe: those of Paris (), Barcelona (), and Tortosa ()/5.
Jewish law and custom are taught as a dogmatic creed and no longer contains the exciting spontaneity of worship, while remaining formalistic, replacing love with habit. Instead, the author believes that Judaism must reflect deep compassion to recapture the flowing fountain of a glorious tradition-if not, all becomes meaningless.
Judaism on Trial: Jewish-Christian Disputations in the Middle Ages. This book focuses on the major Jewish-Chrisian disputations of medieval Europe: those of Paris (), Barcelona (), and Tortosa (). Liverpool University Press is the UK's third oldest university press, with a distinguished history of publishing exceptional research since The author clearly expresses a tension between theodicy, an undying faith in God's justice despite terrible personal tragedy, and an active protest in which God is put on trial.
The Disputation of Paris (Hebrew: משפט פריז Mishpat Pariz, French: Disputation de Paris), also known as the Trial of the Talmud (French: Procès du Talmud), took place in at the court of the King Louis IX of France. It followed the work of Nicholas Donin, a Jewish convert to Christianity who translated Date: 12 June Judaism on trial: Jewish-Christian disputations in the Middle Ages Item PreviewPages: When the book first appeared in it received much praise, and it certainly deserves the new paperback edition which has now been brought out.' European Judaism 'For those coming to this book for the first time, Judaism on Trial is a fascinating and gripping account; for students, it has enough material to bear re-reading and studying in depth/5(17).
The book is a detailed account of disputations (basically show trials) between Christians and Jews. Most of the earlier anti-Jewish dialogues produced by Christians were basically fictional works. The Jewish speaker puts up some weak arguments /5. When the book first appeared in it received much praise, and it certainly deserves the new paperback edition which has now been brought out.' European Judaism 'For those coming to this book for the first time, Judaism on Trial is a fascinating and gripping account; for students, it has enough material to bear re-reading and studying in depth.
Deborah Esther Lipstadt (born Ma ) is an American historian, best known as author of the books Denying the Holocaust (), History on Trial: My Day in Court with a Holocaust Denier () and The Eichmann Trial (). Since she has been the Dorot Professor of Modern Jewish History Born: Deborah Esther Lipstadt, Ma.
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From A Book of Evidence. ã N. Kuehl, Chapter Four. THE JEWISH TRIAL. There is an ongoing debate as to whether or not Yahshua's appearance before the judicial body of the sanhedrin was a trial or an investigatory hearing; whether it was legal or illegal; and whether or not it was before the full sanhedrin.
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So we asked a bunch of Jewish educators to recommend the best Introduction to Judaism/Judaism books out there. Mr Wiesel, 80, made the story the subject of a play, The Trial of God, although he did not set it during the Holocaust - his play takes place during Purim in The story is the subject of Author: Jenni Frazer.
Judaism teaches that it is heretical for any man to claim to be God, part of God, or the literal son of God. The Jerusalem Talmud (Ta'anit ) states explicitly: "if a man claims to be God, he is a liar." In his book A History of the Jews, Paul Johnson describes the schism between Jews and Christians caused by a divergence from this principle.
The Nuremberg Trials were named after both the city of Nuremberg and the Nuremberg laws that were passed in summer In an effort to rebuild the German economy, a conference of ministers was held on Augto determine the effects of actions passed against Jews.
The ancient Jewish court system was called the Sanhedrin. The Great Sanhedrin was the supreme religious body in the Land of Israel during the time of the Holy Temple. There were also smaller religious Sanhedrins in every town in the Land of Israel, as well as a civil political-democratic Sanhedrin.Trial.
In the narrative of all the canonical gospels, after the arrest of Jesus he is taken to the Sanhedrin. From a historical perspective, in the era in which the narrative is set, the Sanhedrin body was an ad hoc gathering, rather than a fixed court.
The portrayal of the Sanhedrin contradicts that of Jewish tradition and texts, which portray the Sanhedrin to be an .Books shelved as torah-study: The Essential Talmud by Adin Even-Israel Steinsaltz, Tanach: The Torah, Prophets, Writings -- The Twenty-Four Books of the.