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hebrew for procedure. specifially the rabbinic procedure for performing a biblical commandment halakhah
hebrew for learning it refers to the scholarly traditions of the rabbinic sages of late antiquility talmud
in judaism this term designates the rabbinic tradition of amplifing and applying the scriptures of the hebrew bible oral torah
hebrew for teaching jews use it narrowly to designate the first five books of the hebrew bible move broadly it refers to authoritive teaching torah
hebrew for prophets jews use it to designate that section of the hebrew bible that begins with the book of joshua and ends with the book of malakhi nevi'im/prophets
hebrew for writings jews use it to designate the third section of the hebrew bible beginning with the book of psalms and ending with the book of 2 chronicles ketuvim/writings
hebrew for anoitedone in the hebrew bible its normally refers to a priest king or prophet anointed for his holy office messiah
hebrew for tradition specially it refers to the medival spanish tradition of jewish mysticism that reached classical expression in the thirteenth century zohar and other writings kabbalah
humanity is divided into competing national groups each shares a common language land history and political future nationalism
hebrew for lore in rabbinic usage it designates the nonhalakhic portion of oral torah concerned with theological, ethical and historical themes aggadah
modern secularist movement of jewish national self-determination founded by european jews in the last decades of the ninteeth century zionism
a modernist movement of jewish reigious identity founded in germany in the 1820s and highly influential throughout the 20th century especially in north america reform judaism
a traditionalist movement of eastern european jewish mystical piety that originated in the eighteenth century and continues as a small nut influential minority movement among contemporary jews hasidism
hebrew for my master rabbi
greek for community it came to designate the organized jewish communites of the hellenistic world and eventually their places of gathering synagogue
an acrostic standing for torah nevi'm and ketuvim it is commonly used by jews to refer to the hebrew bible tanakh
designation for jews of spanish origin living throughout southern europe, north africa and the middle east sephardic jews
designation of jews of central and eastern european origin ashkenazic jews
hebrew for eminence the title was given to a succession of rabbinic scholarly leaders under the abbasid dynasty from the mid-seventh to the twelveth century gaon
a european racist ideology that was prominent in the 1980s its principal idea is that the emancapation of the jews and their consequent assimilation to european culture had diluded the authentic culture of european culture anti semitism
in judiasm an intimate and exlusive relationship between god and israel in which the torah defines the rights and obligations of each partner covenant
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