Everyman's Talmud; with an introduction to the new American edition by Boaz Cohen.

; I. Edward Kiev Judaica Collection (George Washington University. Gelman Library)
New York, E.P. Dutton, 1949.

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Other Authors I. Edward Kiev Judaica Collection (George Washington University. Gelman Library)
Subjects Jewish ethics.
Jews -- Social life and customs.
Judaism.
Talmud.
Description xli, 403 pages 21 cm
Copyright Date 1949.
Notes "A summary of the teachings of the Talmud on religion, ethics, folk-lore, and jurisprudence."
Presented by the Dr. Ari Kiev family to the I. Edward Kiev Judaica Collection. DGW
"Selected bibliography": pages xxxix-xli.
Summary "A summary of the teachings of the Talmud on religion, ethics, folk-lore, and jurisprudence."
Contents Chapter 1: The doctrine of God -- 1. Existence -- 2. Unity -- 3. Incorporeality -- 4. Omnipresence -- 5. Omnipotence -- 6. Omniscience -- 7. Eternity -- 8. Justice and mercy -- 9. Fatherhood -- 19=0. Holiness and perfection -- 11. The ineffable name -- Chapter 2: God and the universe -- 1. Cosmology -- 2. Transcendence and immanence -- 3. Angelology -- 4. Israel and the nations -- Chapter 3: The doctrine of man -- 1. The human being -- 2. The soul -- 3. Faith and prayer -- 4. The two impulses -- 5. Free will -- 6. Sin -- 7. Repentance and atonement -- 8. Reward and punishment -- Chapter 4: Revelation -- 1. Prophecy -- 2. The Torah -- 3. Study of the Torah -- 4. The written Torah -- 5. The oral Torah -- 6. The practice of Torah -- Chapter 5: Domestic life -- 1. Woman -- 2. Marriage and divorce -- 3. Children -- 4. Education -- 5. Filial piety -- Chapter 6: Social life -- 1. The individual and the community -- 2. Labour -- 3. Master and workman -- 4. Peace and justice -- Chapter 7: The moral life -- 1. Imitation of God -- 2. Brotherly love -- 3. Humility -- 4. Charity -- 5. Honesty -- 6. Forgiveness -- 7. Temperance -- 8. Duty to animals -- Chapter 8: The physical life -- 1. Care of the body -- 2. Rules of health -- 3. Dietetics -- 4. Treatment of disease -- Chapter 9: Folk-lore -- 1. Demonology -- 2. The evil eye -- 3. Magic and divination -- 4.Dreams -- 5. Superstitions -- Chapter 10: Jurisprudence -- (a) Criminal law: civil and criminal procedure -- 1. The courts -- 2. Judges and witnesses -- 3. The trial -- 4. Modes of punishment -- (b) Civil law -- 5. Torts -- 6. Found property -- 7. Bailment -- 8. Tenancy -- 9. Sale and delivery -- 10. Prescriptive right -- 11. Inheritance -- Chapter 11: The hereafter -- 1. The messiah -- 2. Resurrection of the dead -- 3. The world to come -- 4. The last judgment -- 5. Gehinnom -- 6. Gan Eden.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)565407
(OCoLC)ocm00565407
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WorldCat Identities Cohen, A. 1887-1957.
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