Jewish Gnosticism, merkabah mysticism, and Talmudic tradition.


2d improved ed.. New York, Jewish Theological Seminary of America, 1965.

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Subjects Gnosticisme.
Judai╠łsme.
Merkavah-mystiek.
Mysticism -- Judaism.
Talmoed.
Description 136 pages 24 cm
Copyright Date 1965.
Notes Based on the Israel Goldstein lectures, delivered at the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, New York.
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents General remarks -- The Halakhic character of Hekhaloth Mysticism -- The four who entered paradise and Paul's ascension to paradise -- The Merkabah hymns and the Song of the Kine in a Talmudic passage -- Some old elements in the Greater Hekhaloth -- The age of Shiur Komah speculation and a passage in Origen -- Some remarks on Metatron and Akatriel -- Some Aggadic sayings explained by Merkabah hymns : the garment of God -- The relationship between Gnostic and Jewish sources -- The Thergic elements of the Lesser Hekhaloth and the Magical Papyri -- Appendix A.A new interpretation of an Aramaic inscription -- Appendix B. On the magical formulae AKRAMACHAMAREI and SESENGEN BARPHARANGES -- Appendix C. Ma;asseh Merkabah : an unpublished Merkabah text -- Mishnath Shir ha-Shirim / by Professor Saul Lieberman.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)635020
(OCoLC)ocm00635020
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WorldCat Identities Scholem, Gershom, 1897-1982.
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