Aspects of rabbinic theology : [major concepts of the Talmud] / by Solomon Schechter ; [introduction to new edition by Louis Finkelstein].

1st Schocken pbk. ed.. New York : Schocken Books, 1961.

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Subjects Judaism -- Doctrines.
Series Schocken paperbacks ; SB15.
Description 384 pages ; 21 cm.
Copyright Date 1961.
Notes Originally published in 1909 under title: Some aspects of rabbinic theology.
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents God and the world -- God and Israel -- Election of Israel -- The kingdom of God (invisible) -- The visible kingdom (universal) -- The kingdom of God (national) -- The "law" -- The law as personified in the literature -- The Torah in its aspect of law (Mizwoth) -- The joy of the law -- The Zachuth of the fathers; imputed righteousness and imputed sin ; The law of holiness and the law of goodness ; Sin as rebellion ; The evil Yezer : the source of rebellion ; Man's victory by the grace of God, over the evil Yezer created by God ; Forgiveness and reconciliation with God ; Repentance : means of reconciliation.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)7818533
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WorldCat Identities Schechter, S. 1847-1915.
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