Midrash - Hebrew Union College - Jewish Institute of Religion. Midrash - Hebrew Union College - Jewish Institute of Religion. The Complete Tanach with Rashi's Commentary - Tanakh Online - Torah - Bible. English Translations of the Targums « A Knight of The Word. Compiled from the list based on what is given here Targum of Canticles A newer translation of the 1st chapter is found in C.D. Ginsburg commentary on Song of Songs (1857) on pages 29-33 Found here A translation may also be found in the series Translations from Hebrew and Aramaic with the volume by H. Gollancz (1908) on pages 15-90 Found here and Here (with other Jewish works) Second Targum on Esther / Targum Sheni of Esther This is found in the English translation of P.S.
Found Here Targum of Qoheleth Found in Coheleth, Commonly called the Book of Ecclesiastes in 1861, by C.D. Found here Targum Onkelos and Jonathan on the Pentateuch J.W. Volume 1 Here Volume 2 Here Targum of Isaiah Found in The Chaldee Paraphrase of the Prophet Isaiah by C.W.H. Found here Older Translations that I’m unable to find I have been unable to locate these works, which should be public domain by now.
Targum on Song of Songs Targum of Canticles is found in the work Exposition of the Book of Solomon’s Song by J. From O.T. Here. Cours vidéo : La véracité de la Torah | Leava.fr - Cours de Torah Vidéo en ligne en Français. Cours vidéo : La Preuve | Leava.fr - Cours de Torah Vidéo en ligne en Français. Ce cours vous a plu ? Soutenez Leava.fr en faisant un petit don : Ce cours vous a plu ? Soutenez Leava.fr en faisant un petit don : 26 €Revoir la vidéo spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreen ←→seek . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% Notre recul sur la science est aujourd'hui plus grand.
Cours vidéo : Guermamia | Leava.fr - Cours de Torah Vidéo en ligne en Français. Cours vidéo : LA Preuve IRREFUTABLE | Leava.fr - Cours de Torah Vidéo en ligne en Français. Ce cours vous a plu ? Soutenez Leava.fr en faisant un petit don : Ce cours vous a plu ? Soutenez Leava.fr en faisant un petit don : 26 €Revoir la vidéo spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreen ←→seek . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% La réalité spirituelle que l'on accorde au monde est une chose sérieuse. Iguerot Kodesh Tome I - Google Books. Moses in the Qur'an and Islamic Exegesis - Brannon M. Wheeler - Google Books. HaiBarZeev.com. LJC Francais. The Qur'an and Biblical Origins - Asher Elkayam - Google Books. Asher Elkayam was born in Morocco where he spent his childhood and where he studied Arabic, Hebrew and French.
When he moved to Israel, he was exposed to Middle Eastern and Hebrew cultures. Asher has been most fascinated with Monotheism and how it originated and spread to become the heritage of Jews, Christians, and Moslems. The striking similarities between Judeo-Christian religions and Islam became the object of a life-long project. After he studied Arabic and Hebrew studies in morocco and Israel, Asher traveled to France to study Political Science and international relations in Paris and Strasbourg (Institut d'Etudes Politiques). Le Talmud: Les 55 Prophetes. Isaïe - Marc Chagall Prophètes et Prophétesses - rabbinat D'abord, qu'est-ce qu'un prophète ? 1. C'était une activité qui s'est achevée 1000 ans après le don de la Torah. Il n'y a plus eu de prophètes depuis, aucun. 2. C'est, alors, quelqu'un qui voit (roé) et qui est, partiellement, en contact avec la vérité et la communique au peuple selon les besoins précis dans une période donnée. 3.C'est donc un service public d'annonce, de transmission, d'interpellation, de contestation.
Critères très importants pour distinguer le vrai du fréquent "faux prophète" 1. 5. 5. Nombre des prophètes Il y a eu des prophètes des nations et des prophètes d'Israël. L'ensemble du peuple suif est un prophète dans le monde. Modia. Folktales of the Jews, Volume 1: Tales from the Sephardic Dispersion - Dov Noy, Dan Ben-Amos, Ellen Frankel - Google Books. Tales from the Sephardic Dispersion begins the most important collection of Jewish folktales ever published. It is the first volume in Folktales of the Jews, the five-volume series to be released over the next several years, in the tradition of Louis Ginzberg's classic, Legends of the Jews. The 71 tales here and the others in this series have been selected from the Israel Folktale Archives, Named in Honor of Dov Noy, The University of Haifa (IFA), a treasure house of Jewish lore that has remained largely unavailable to the entire world until now. Since the creation of the State of Israel, the IFA has collected more than 20,000 tales from newly arrived immigrants, long-lost stories shared by their families from around the world.
The tales come from the major ethno-linguistic communities of the Jewish world and are representative of a wide variety of subjects and motifs, especially rich in Jewish content and context. Elijah. Reprinted with permission from Who’s Who in the Hebrew Bible (The Jewish Publication Society). Elijah the Tishbite, from the region of Gilead, was one of the two men in the Hebrew Scriptures who did not die but was taken by God; the other was Enoch (Genesis 5:24). Under King Ahab Elijah prophesied during the reign of King Ahab of Israel.
He performed his first miracles in the town of Zarephath, near Sidon, in the house of a poor widow, where he converted a handful of meal and a little oil into an endless supply and brought back to life the dead child of the widow. Jezebel, the wife of King Ahab, was a Phoenician princess, daughter of Ethbaal, king of Sidon. She exerted a strong influence over the king, who granted her unlimited administrative authority. Elijah told the king that God would withhold rain to punish him and left the country. Elijah retorted that Ahab and his father, Omri, were the real troublemakers, because they had forsaken the true God and worshiped the idols of Baal. Folktales of the Jews, Vol. 2: Tales from Eastern Europe: Dan Ben-Amos, Dov Noy, Ellen Frankel, Ira Shander, Leonard J. Schramm: 9780827608306: Amazon.com: Books. Folktales of the Jews, Vol. 1: Tales from the Sephardic Dispersion: Dan Ben-Amos, Dov Noy, Ellen Frankel, Ira Shander, Leonard Schramm: 9780827608290: Amazon.com: Books.
Folktales of the Jews, V. 3 (Tales from Arab Lands) - Dan Ben Amos - Google Books. Thanks to these generous donors for making the publication of the books in this series possible: Lloyd E. Cotsen; The Maurice Amado Foundation; National Endowment for the Humanities; and the National Foundation for Jewish Culture Tales from Arab Lands presents tales from North Africa, Yemen, Lebanon, Syria, and Iraq in the latest volume of the most important collection of Jewish folktales ever published. This is the third book in the multi-volume series in the tradition of Louis Ginzberg? S timeless classic, Legends of the Jews. The tales here and the others in this series have been selected from the Israel Folktale Archives (IFA), named in Honor of Dov Noy, at The University of Haifa, a treasure house of Jewish lore that has remained largely unavailable to the entire world until now.
Since the creation of the State of Israel, the IFA has collected more than 20,000 tales from newly arrived immigrants, long-lost stories shared by their families from around the world. Jewish Fairy Tales and Legends Index. Sacred Texts Judaism Contents Start Reading Page Index Text [Zipped] Jewish folklore is full of vivid stories that both entertain and teach. This book is based on tales from the Talmud and Midrash. While some of the themes are familiar from fairy-tales and folklore from other traditions, the stories in this collection are infused with the perennial Jewish struggle for survival and dignity, as well as a large helping of gentle humor. Title PagePrefaceContentsIllustrationsThe Palace of the EaglesThe Giant of the FloodThe Fairy Princess of ErgetzThe Higgledy-Piggledy PalaceThe Red SlipperThe Star-ChildAbi Fressah's FeastThe Beggar KingThe Quarrel of the Cat and DogThe Water-BabeSinbad of the TalmudThe Outcast PrinceThe Story of BostanaiFrom Shepherd-Boy to KingThe Magic PalaceThe Sleep of One Hundred YearsKing for Three DaysThe Palace in the CloudsThe Pope's Game of ChessThe Slave's FortuneThe Paradise in the SeaThe Rabbi's Bogey-ManThe Fairy FrogThe Princess of the Tower I.
Sans titre. Johanan ben Zakkai. JOHANAN BEN ZAKKAI (first century C.E.), tanna, considered in talmudic tradition the leading sage at the end of the Second Temple period and the years immediately following the destruction of the Temple. Johanan b. Zakkai's personality and work are depicted in a blend of fact and legend, neither of which gives information concerning his family or place of origin. Compared to Moses and *Hillel before and to *Akiva after him, Johanan is said to have lived 120 years, divided into three periods: "For 40 years he was in business, 40 years he studied, and 40 years he taught" (Sif. Deut. 357; RH 31b; Sanh. 41a). Very little is known of Johanan's activity as scholar or teacher in Jerusalem before the destruction. Johanan and the Temple According to tradition Johanan expounded and taught "in the shadow of the Temple" (TJ, Av. No information is extant of the regulations issued by Johanan before the destruction of the Temple.
As a Teacher Aggadot of the Destruction Johanan at Jabneh J. JOHANAN B. ZAKKAI. The most important tanna in the last decade of the Second Temple, and, after the destruction of Jerusalem, the founder and first president of the academy at Jabneh. According to the theory formulated in the Mishnah (Ab. ii. 8), that traditions were handed down through an unbroken chain of scholars, Johanan, in receiving the teachings of Hillel and Shammai, formed the last link in that chain. But it is rather as a pupil of Hillel than of Shammai that he is known (Suk. 28a). Before his death Hillel is said to have prophetically designated Johanan, his youngest pupil, as "the father of wisdom" and "the father of coming generations" (Yer. Ned. v., end, 39b). Like that of Hillel, Johanan's life was divided into periods of forty years each. Activity Before Destruction of Temple. Some data have been preserved concerning Johanan's public activity in Jerusalem before the destruction of the Temple.
Residence in Galilee. After the Destruction. His Teaching. His Exegesis. The Ḥomer. Esoteric Doctrines. Bar-Itzhak, H (Ed.) - Encyclopedia of Jewish Folklore & Traditions (Sharpe, 2013) Legends of the Jews index. Sacred Texts Judaism The Legends of the Jews By Louis Ginzberg This is a massive collation of the Haggada--the traditions which have grown up surrounding the Biblical narrative. These stories and bits of layered detail are scattered throughout the Talmud and the Midrash, and other sources, including oral.
In the 19th century Ginzberg undertook the task of arranging the Haggada into chronological order, and this series of volumes was the result. Volume I: From the Creation to Jacob Title PagePrefaceContentsChapter I: The Creation of the WorldChapter II: AdamChapter III: The Ten GenerationsChapter IV: NoahChapter V: AbrahamChapter VI: Jacob Volume II: From Joseph to the Exodus Title PagePrefaceContentsChapter I: JosephChapter II: The Sons of JacobChapter III: JobChapter IV: Moses in Egypt Volume III: From the Exodus to the Death of Moses Title PagePrefaceContentsChapter IChapter II.Chapter III.Chapter IV.Chapter VChapter VIChapter VII Volume IV: From Joshua to Esther.
Targum Onkelos to Numbers: An English Translation of the Text with Analysis ... - Onḳelos, Alexander Sperber, Israel Drazin - Google Books. Isa B'Midrash Tehillim, Part I - Kabbalah, Chassidism and Jewish Mysticism. Issa B'Midrash Tehillim In the Midrash T[eh]illim, it is written: Rabbi Eliezer declared: "Israel told the Holy One, blessed be He, 'Master of the world, we want to labor in the study of Torah during the day and at night, but we don't have the opportunity.' The Holy One, blessed be He, replied: 'Fulfill the mitzvah of tefillin, and I will consider it as if you had labored in Torah study during the day and at night.'" [The fact that our Sages state that wearing tefillin can compensate for the inability to study shows that there is a relationship between the two mitzvos.
Nevertheless,] we must understand [the nature of] that relationship. There are those who give commands to others to fulfill, but do not fulfill them themselves. [The verse implies that the "words, ordinances, and statutes" which G-d commands to others, are "His," i.e., G-d observes them Himself.] This Midrash can be interpreted to mean: Who causes G-d to fulfill the mitzvos? [What is meant by this analogy?] Judaism - Google Books. The Midrash. The MidrashHistory, Content, and Purpose of a Major Genre of Jewish Exegetical Texts We’ve all heard the phrase “it’s a midrash,” especially from folks giving a d’var Torah when they relate stories about figures in the Bible. The account of Abraham smashing the idols in his father’s idol shop is just such a story—it’s not in the Bible; it has no biblical basis, certainly no historical basis, and appears to be wholly made up.
A modern version of this kind of tale is George Washington’s encounter with the cherry tree. So is that what midrashim are—tall tales? The answer, like most of the answers in Judaism is, well, it depends. Let’s look at the genre of writing that the midrash represents. First, where does the term “midrash” come from? ...כִּי עֶזְרָא הֵכִין לְבָבוֹ, לִדְרֹשׁ אֶת-תּוֹרַת יְהוָה וְלַעֲשֹׂת For Ezra had set his heart to seek the law of the LORD, and to do it… (Ezra 7:10) The Talmud can be thought of as a very special form of a halakhic midrash. Pseudepigrapha Mekhilta Sifra. Genesis Rabba. Sacred Texts Judaism Index Previous Next p. 57 IT is forbidden to inquire what existed before creation, as Moses distinctly tells us (Deut. 4. 32): 'Ask now of the days that are past which were before thee, since the day God created man upon earth.' Thus the scope of inquiry is limited to the time since the Creation.
--Gen. The unity of God is at once set before us in the history of creation, where we are told He, not they, created. The Torah was to God, when He created the world, what the plan is to an architect when he erects a building. The 'א', being the first letter of the Hebrew Alphabet, demurred at her place being usurped by the letter ב, which is second to her, at the creation; the history of which commences with the latter instead of with the former.
There is a difference of opinion as to the day on which angels were created; one authority decides for the second day, on the ground that they are mentioned in connexion with water (Ps. 104. 3, 4), which was p. 58 p. 59 p. 60 p. 61 p. 62. NTCS – IOTS | The Newsletter for Targumic and Cognate Studies. English Translations of the Targums « A Knight of The Word. English Haggadah Text with Instructional Guide - Passover. Talmud - Classes, in-depth lectures, overviews and more on the Mishnah and Gemara. Midrash - Hebrew Union College - Jewish Institute of Religion. Midrash. Midrash Rabba. Gemara Archive - OU Torah. Midrash. Midrash Rabba. Midrash. Online Text Library - Alex Jassen. Dictionary of the Targumim, the Talmud Babli and Yerushalmi, and the Midrashic Literature by Marcus Jastrow. The Jewish Theological Seminary - English Translations of Midrash/Targum.
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