6 edition of conceptual approach to Jewish learning found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Yosef Blau.|
|Series||Orthodox Forum series|
|LC Classifications||BM71 .O78 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 360 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||360|
|LC Control Number||2005027025|
This understanding of death underlies the Jewish approach to death and mourning. All the laws, customs, beliefs and mystical motifs related to death—its prequel and sequel, the treatment of the deceased, the approach to mourning, and the ways in which the departed is memorialized—are driven by a series of dichotomies. Torah study is the study of the Torah, Hebrew Bible, Talmud, responsa, rabbinic literature and similar works, all of which are Judaism's religious texts. According to Rabbinic Judaism, the study is ideally done for the purpose of the mitzvah ("commandment") of Torah study itself.. This practice is present to an extent in all religious branches of Judaism and is considered of paramount.
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This approach to Jewish education exemplifies the Jewish value of B’tzelem Elohim, the concept that people are made in the image of God and it’s the collective responsibility of the community to lift everyone up to be their very best, feel pride in being Jewish, and feel loved and nurtured by someone in their Jewish community. On one level, there is a simple answer to the question “What is scripture for the Jews?” For roughly the past two thousand years, Jews have had a canon of twenty-four books that form the Jewish Bible,¹ starting with Genesis and ending with Chronicles.² Some Jewish groups up until about two thousand years ago accepted additional books as scripture, but by the end of the first century CE.
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Central to Jewish life is Torah study and any shift in how religious texts are understood has many ripple effects. It is over a century since lomdut; the conceptual approach to Jewish learning associated primarily with Rabbi Chaim Soloveitchik, his disciples and descendants, was introduced to the world of Talmudic scholars.5/5(1).
The conceptual approach to Torah learning: the method and its prospects / Aharon Lichtenstein --The impact of lomdut and its partial reversal / Yosef Blau --Polyphonic diversity and military music / Shalom Carmy --Lomdut and pesak: theoretical analysis and halakhic decision-making / J.
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THE CONCEPTUAL APPROACH TO JEWISH LEARNING. Edited by Yosef Blau. Orthodox Forum Series, The conceptual approach to Jewish learning / edited by Yosef Blau. – (The Orthodox Forum series) Proceedings of a conference held at Congregation Shearith Israel, New York, N.Y., March 14–15, Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN 1. Judaism – Study and teaching – Congresses. Jewish religious education –. The Conceptual Approach to Torah Learning: The Method and Its Prospects Aharon Lichtenstein To the average ben yeshivah, the very thought of a methodology of learning is, at best, a two-edged sword.
On the one conceptual approach to Jewish learning book, he finds it alluring. On the objective plane, it holds out the promise of greater. Table of Contents for The conceptual approach to Jewish learning / edited by Yosef Blau, available from the Library of Congress.
The Conceptual Approach to Torah Learning: The Method and Its Prospects Author: Rabbi Dr. Aharon Lichtenstein Article Date: Sunday J Description: From "Lomdot:The Conceptual Approach to Jewish Learning" from the Orthodox Forum publication series. Edited by Yosef Blau Robert S. Hirt, Series Editor The Orthodox Forum Series is a project of the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan.
From "Lomdot:The Conceptual Approach to Jewish Learning" from the Orthodox Forum publication series. Edited by Yosef Blau Robert S. Hirt, Series Editor The Orthodox Forum Series is a project of the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary, an affiliate of Yeshiva University.
Description From "Lomdot:The Conceptual Approach to Jewish Learning" from the Orthodox Forum publication series. Edited by Yosef Blau Robert S. Hirt, Series Editor The Orthodox Forum Series is a project of the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary, an affiliate of Yeshiva University.
My Jewish Learning is a not-for-profit and relies on your help Donate Generally speaking, while Judaism obviously attaches great significance to intellectual honesty, as evidenced, for example, in the constant quest for the truth in talmudic debates and among the medieval philosophers, the main thrust in the appeals for Jews to be truthful is.
Jewish tradition offers two general approaches to this problem. One is the retributivist approach, whereby all suffering is the result of a specific sin. The other general approach avoids taking this step, whether by locating the root cause of evil in something other than God, denying the existence of evil, or pleading an inability to.
As a form of study, havruta(Jewish text study in pairs) has been appropriated in many modern contexts such as adult Jewish learning, day school and supplementary school settings, Hillel gatherings and Jewish professional development programs.1In these contexts, people study a range of texts.
Learning Approach and Learning: Exploring a New Technological Learning System Abstract This study furthers the understanding of the connections between learning approaches and learning. The research population embraced 44 males from the Jewish ultraorthodox community, who abide by distinct methods of study.
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It begins:. This volume explores how the poetic technique of biblical metaphor was analyzed within the Jewish exegetical tradition that developed in Muslim Spain during the Golden Age of Hebrew poetry and was then transplanted to a Christian milieu.
Abraham Ibn Ezra and Maimonides applied concepts from Arabic poetics, hermeneutics and logic to define metaphor and interpret it within their philological 3/5(3). By Dr. Bill Robinson On January 13th and 14th, we are gathering together doers, thinkers, and visionaries from across the field of Jewish education to answer a question, our teacher Jonathan Woocher (z”l), posed in Twentieth-century Jewish education was designed to answer the question, “How can we ensure that individuals remain ‘good’ Jews, even [ ].
We have compiled an extensive list of Jewish learning resources. Unless it says otherwise, these are all free. Different communities and individuals follow different minhagim (traditions) and versions of halacha (Jewish law), as well as different nusach (prayer and liturgy traditions).
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We ask a lot of questions. In fact, we seem to ask way more questions than we are able to find answers. Yet, in our busy lives, it can be challenging to consistently set aside time to come to Kol Haverim to learn.
Fred and Joyce Claar, will be discussing their new book, "Values & Ethics - Through a Jewish Lens," at Temple Israel, Central Avenue, Lawrence, N.Y., at a.m.Lomdus, the conceptual methodology for Talmudic thinking, has a more nuanced purpose in yeshivah studies.
Particularly, many educators and rabbis have lamented the centrality that Brisker lomdus, the approach pioneered by the eminent Rabbi Chaim Soloveitchik of Brisk, has played in our yeshivot.Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books.