2 edition of Jewish religious conflicts. found in the catalog.
Jewish religious conflicts.
Bibliography: p. 165-167.
|Series||Hutchinson"s university library: Jewish religion,, 48|
|LC Classifications||BM157 .S54|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||176|
|LC Control Number||a 51009091|
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Jewish History in Conflict A Study of the Major Discrepancy between Rabbinic and Conventional Chronology by Mitchell First. ebook. The purpose of this study is to collect and categorize the variety of Jewish responses to this discrepancy, both by Jewish scholars and rabbinic authorities. Part I provides an introduction to the discrepancy. Jews, Christians and religious persecution The fact that so much of the world remains unaware of the evictions and thievery perpetrated against hundreds of thousands of Jews never ceases to amaze : LELA GILBERT.
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History is. The three Jewish-Arab conflicts. Posted on J by Victor Rosenthal. Not only that but (and here we see the interplay between the national and religious conflicts) it was done by the despicable Jews.
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While religious-based conflict may not be the core reason for the conflicts there in every instance, it surely is, at the very least, a basic influence and a major underpinning. The Middle East region of the world is a good example of why religious tolerance alone cannot and will not reduce religious-based conflict.
Those pining for an earlier era of Jewish unity may not be comforted by a history that shows that Jews were religiously fractured from the beginning, but then again there is hope in this knowledge too. Goodman ends the book by voicing his concern that Judaism today is riven by religious conflicts that in some cases have begun to grow violent.
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