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Standardization Of The Biblical Text And The Massoretic Tradition Of The Leningrad Codex, Asher Finkel Ph.D. May 2001

Standardization Of The Biblical Text And The Massoretic Tradition Of The Leningrad Codex, Asher Finkel Ph.D.

Rabbi Asher Finkel, Ph.D.

This paper analyzes the standardization of the biblical text and the massoretic tradition of the Leningrad Codex and was presented at the 36th International Conference on Medieval Studies at Western Michigan University on May 3, 2001.


Genetic Testing's "Soft Underbelly", M. Therese Lysaught Feb 2001

Genetic Testing's "Soft Underbelly", M. Therese Lysaught

M. Therese Lysaught

No abstract provided.


The Epistemic Status Of Value-Cognition In Max Scheler's Philosophy Of Religion, Todd Gooch Dec 2000

The Epistemic Status Of Value-Cognition In Max Scheler's Philosophy Of Religion, Todd Gooch

Todd Gooch

The following paper was written in response to a call for papers addressing "The Role of the Emotions in Religious Reasoning," and was presented to the Philosophy of Religion Group of the American Academy of Religion in Nashville, Tennessee on November 21, 2000. Whatever else might be said about it, Scheler's treatment of this theme is among the most original to have been articulated by any major twentieth-century philosopher. The paper is divided into two parts. The first part examines Scheler's views on religion in relation to his broader philosophical project. The second part seeks to determine the ...


Baruch Secundum Decanum Salesberiensem: Text And Introduction To The Earliest Latincommentary On Baruch, Andrew T. Sulavik Th.D, Mlis Dec 2000

Baruch Secundum Decanum Salesberiensem: Text And Introduction To The Earliest Latincommentary On Baruch, Andrew T. Sulavik Th.D, Mlis

Andrew T. Sulavik

The Glossa super Baruch, composed in Paris during the late twelfth or early thirteenth century, remains the earliest known Latin commentary on the Book of Baruch, and served as the foundational text for Hugh of St. Cher’s Postilla super Baruch. It is attributed to a certain ‘Dean of Salisbury’, who was most likely a Master trained in the moral biblical school of Stephen Langton, and could be either Richard Poore or Thomas Chobham.


Prayer In Jewish Life Of The First Century As Background To Early Christianity, Asher Finkel Ph.D. Dec 2000

Prayer In Jewish Life Of The First Century As Background To Early Christianity, Asher Finkel Ph.D.

Rabbi Asher Finkel, Ph.D.

This article explores the dynamics affecting the phenomenon of prayer in Jewish life of the First Century, as reflected in the early sources of the Second Temple Period. Reprinted by permission of the publisher, Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Company; all rights reserved. Please visit Eerdmans webpage for the complete book at http://www.eerdmans.com/Products/4883/into-god39s-presence.aspx.


Aramaic And Greek Targum As Witness To Early Massorah Dynamics, Asher Finkel Ph.D. Dec 2000

Aramaic And Greek Targum As Witness To Early Massorah Dynamics, Asher Finkel Ph.D.

Rabbi Asher Finkel, Ph.D.

This paper outlines the governing dynamics of early Massoretic activities that are attested to by the complementary work of the Targumim from the Second Temple period.


Israel And Jerusalem Then And Now: The Historical Dynamics And Challenges, Asher Finkel Ph.D. Dec 2000

Israel And Jerusalem Then And Now: The Historical Dynamics And Challenges, Asher Finkel Ph.D.

Rabbi Asher Finkel, Ph.D.

An outline of many of the historical dynamics and challenges of Israel and Jerusalem. This article was published in Religion and Politics in Asia Today, edited by Augustine Thottakara, 47-63. Bangalore: Dharmaram Publications, 2001. Visit them online at http://www.dharmarampublications.com/orderpost.php.


Jews And Judaism In The Medieval Latin Liturgy, Lawrence E. Frizzell D.Phil., J. Frank Henderson Ph.D. Dec 2000

Jews And Judaism In The Medieval Latin Liturgy, Lawrence E. Frizzell D.Phil., J. Frank Henderson Ph.D.

Reverend Lawrence E. Frizzell, S.T.L., S.S.L., D.Phil.

The purpose of this study is to sketch the positive and negative dimensions in the Latin liturgy of the Church's relationship to Judaism and the Jewish people during the period prior to the sixteenth century. Seasons of the liturgical year and particular ceremonies are discussed in some detail to present the impact of the liturgy on the perception of Catholics regarding their Jewish neighbors.

Copyright of The Liturgy of the Medieval Church is held by Medieval Institute Publications (Western Michigan University).