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by Jacob Neusner
Author: Jacob Neusner
Publisher: University Of South Florida (January 1, 2001)
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Jacob Neusner (July 28, 1932 – October 8, 2016) was an American academic scholar of Judaism.
Jacob Neusner (July 28, 1932 – October 8, 2016) was an American academic scholar of Judaism. Neusner was born in Hartford, Connecticut to Reform Jewish parents. He graduated from William H. Hall High School in West Hartford. He then attended Harvard University, where he met Harry Austryn Wolfson and first encountered Jewish religious texts.
The Glory of God Is Intelligence: Four Lectures on the Role of Intellect in Judaism (Religious studies monograph series).
book by Jacob Neusner. Judaism in Contemporary Context: Enduring Issues and Chronic Crises. Reading and Believing. The Glory of God Is Intelligence: Four Lectures on the Role of Intellect in Judaism (Religious studies monograph series).
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Having published more than 900 books and innumerable articles he is the most published humanities scholar in the world. He has been awarded nine honorary degrees, including seven US and European honorary doctorates. He holds fourteen academic medals and prizes, as well as numerous other academic awards. He received his A. B. from Harvard College, his Ph.
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Jacob Neusner, Noam Neusner, Noam . Neusner with an epilogue by William Scott Green The Mishnah: A New Translation (Epub & Mobi). Neusner with an epilogue by William Scott Green. The Theology of the Halakhah (Brill Reference Library of Judaism). Download (PDF). Читать. From Ancient Israel to Modern Judaism: Intellect in Quest of Understanding, Volume IV: Essays in Honor of Marvin Fox (Brown Judaic Studies 175). The Mishnah: A New Translation (Epub & Mobi).
Judaism in the Beginning of Christianity by Jacob Neusner Paperback . Chilton and Neusner are both very learned scholars, and so far as I can tell neither writes for popular audiences (one possible exception.
This study by two well-established scholars explores a fresh approach to Christian origins. The approach of this book, while introductory in nature, points the way to the future study of the NT documents. Chilton and Neusner are both very learned scholars, and so far as I can tell neither writes for popular audiences (one possible exception being Chilton's book on Rabbi Jesus).
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While Jacob Neusner deserves a biography, An American Jewish Iconoclast is too close to its subject and lets Neusner dictate the terms of the story even when those terms strain credulity. The real value of Jewish institutions and more collegial approaches to creating Jewish knowledge without always responding to majoritarian (colonizing) impulses (and tenure decisions) have begun slowly to reemerge.
Professor Neusner (pronounced NOOSE-ner) gave new meaning to the . In so doing he courted controversy by asserting that multiple Judaisms, arising from local conditions, coexisted in the period after the fall.
Professor Neusner (pronounced NOOSE-ner) gave new meaning to the adjective prolific. A Life of Yohanan ben Zakkai, his 1962 study of one of the most important Jewish sages, marked the beginning of an astonishingly productive scholarly career. In Jacob Neusner: An American Jewish Iconoclast, the Judaic scholar Aaron W. Hughes called him perhaps the most important American-born Jewish thinker this country has produced. In so doing he courted controversy by asserting that multiple Judaisms, arising from local conditions, coexisted in the period after the fall of the Second Temple in Jerusalem in .