Introduction: The Talmud, Rabbinic Literature, and Jewish Culture The Babylonian Talmud (Hebr. Talmud Bavli ) is without doubt the most prominent text of rabbinic Judaism'straditional literature.
Who is God's Suffering Servant? The Rabbinic Interpretation of Isaiah 53 By Rabbi Tovia Singer www.outreach judaism.org From the book, Let's Get Biblical!
SUGGESTIONS FOR A PRODUCTIVE INTERVIEW WITH RABBINIC CANDIDATES Developed jointly by the Jewish Reconstructionist Federation, the Reconstructionist Rabbinical Association and the Reconstructionist Placement Office July 2009 A. Introduction and Background The suggestions in this document provide ...
1 Reading Rabbinic Literature: It's Not All Black and White (A Response to Jonathan Schorsch) David M. Goldenberg The question of anti-Black racism in Jewish history has lately received considerable interest.
Resolving Uncertainty: A Unified Overview of Rabbinic Methods Moshe Koppel firstname.lastname@example.org Introduction The Talmud frequently discusses situations in which a legal decision must be made in the face of uncertainty with regard to the facts.
[The following essay was published in Struggles in the Promised Land , ed. Jack Salzman and Cornel West (New York/Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1997) 21-51.
Tyndale Bulletin 50.2 (1999) 281-298. 281 REVIEW ARTICLE: THE USE OF RABBINIC SOURCES IN GOSPEL STUDIES David Instone Brewer Summary New Testament scholars tend to avoid rabbinic sources because of the problem of dating.
Oral Tradition , 14/1 (1999): 3-32 Oral Tradition in the Writings of Rabbinic Oral Torah: On Theorizing Rabbinic Orality Martin S. Jaffee Introduction By the tenth and eleventh centuries of the Common Era, Jewish communities of Christian Europe and the Islamic lands possessed a voluminous ...
RABBINIC LITERATURE BEFORE 1800. Although Jewish communities existed in Eastern Europe from at least the eleventh century, significant records of rabbinic literary output only emerged from the region in the sixteenth century.
THE PLACE OF RABBINIC TRADITION IN MESSIANIC JUDAISM DR. MICHAEL. L. BROWN, 1988 UMJC CONFERENCE THEOLOGY FORUM Every one of us involved in Messianic ministry has thought long and hard on the question of the place of rabbinic tradition in Messianic Judaism.