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foundations of Jewish ethics

Simon Bernfeld

foundations of Jewish ethics

by Simon Bernfeld

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Published by Macmillan in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Jewish ethics

  • Edition Notes

    Contains bibliographies.

    Statementauthorized translation from the 2nd revised and enlarged edition by A. H. Koller.
    SeriesTeachings of Judaism -- v. 1
    ContributionsKoller, Armin Hajman.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18612857M

    Basic texts: *Artscroll or Soncino Chumash *Artscroll Tanach or The KOREN Jerusalem Bible; Kaplan, Aryeh, The Living Torah [alternative annotated translation of Genesis: Grafstein, Shlomo, Judaism’s Bible Volume I] Ganzfried, Shlomo, Code of Jewish Law (Kitzur Shulchan Aruch), translated by Goldin, Hyman [who also authored The Jew and His Duties: The Essence of the Kitzur Shulchan]. (ENTIRE BOOK) Dr. Harkness has applied Christian ethical principles to the major issues of contemporary life. From the starting point of the revelation of the nature and will of God that has come to man through Christ, she has dealt first with the biblical foundations of Christian ethicsFile Size: KB.

    Read this book on Questia. New Testament Foundations for Christian Ethics by Willi Marxsen, | Online Research Library: Questia Read the full-text online edition of New Testament Foundations for Christian Ethics ().   “In the first book I will include all the commandments that are principles of the law of Moses and that a man should know before all else, such as the unity of Ha-Shem and the prohibitions related to idolatry. And I have called this book the Book of Knowledge.” 1. The Foundations of the Torah – Yesodei Ha-Torah. a) G-d Exists.

    Basil Herring has written: 'Jewish Ethics and Halakhah for Our Time: Sources and Commentary (Library of Jewish Law and Ethics: Vol XVII)' 'The Jewish imagination' -- subject(s): American Jewish. SUMMARY (ENTIRE BOOK) Dr. Harkness has applied Christian ethical principles to the major issues of contemporary the starting point of the revelation of the nature and will of God that has come to man through Christ, she has dealt first with the biblical foundations of Christian ethics followed by their application to specific contemporary problems, including self and society.


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