1 edition of Rabbi Akiva found in the catalog.
Barry W. Holtz
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Statement||Barry W. Holtz|
|Series||Jewish lives, Jewish lives (New Haven, Conn.)|
|LC Classifications||BM755.A6 H65 2017|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 223 pages|
|Number of Pages||223|
|LC Control Number||2016951997|
The man who became Rabbi Akiva, a famous Jewish sage who lived during the first and second centuries C.E., started life as an illiterate shepherd. But his wife, Rachel, who married him despite her ric. Rabbi Akiva’s life from beginning to end is marked by these periods of great tragedy, war, and devastation – where it was not free for Jews to study and pray, let alone to celebrate the holidays.
The Orchard is the eighth book of Israeli novelist Yochi Brandes. She tells the life of Rabbi Akiva in an intriguing fiction format keeping this reader turning the pages. But this is not a history. Rabbi Dr. Akiva Tatz is an international lecturer and author of note. He has written five highly acclaimed works on the deeper aspects of Judaism, some of which have been translated into Russian, French, Spanish and Portuguese.
This book explores the philosophy of love through the thought and life of Rabbi Akiva ben Joseph. Readers of the Talmud are introduced to Rabbi Akiva through the iconic story of his love for his wife Rachel. From this starting point, Naftali Rothenberg conducts a thorough examination of theBrand: Palgrave Macmillan. Rabbi Akiva's second wife sometimes appears in the Talmud as the "daughter of Kalba Savua" and sometimes as the "daughter of the son of Kalba Savua" (apparently, the latter is the correct version), but she is never referred to by her first name. Suffice it to mention one book that has nearly been forgotten: "Toldot Yisrael" ("Jewish History.
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Scripture and Tradition: Rabbi Akiva and the Triumph of Midrash (Divinations: Rereading Late Ancient Religion) by Azzan Yadin-Israel out of 5 stars 1. Rabbi Akiva is a book to be read again and again."—Burton L. Visotzky, The Forward "Holtz expertly teases Akiva’s core character traits from a plethora of midrashic sources to fashion a complex, yet likeable, religious leader who is at once pragmatist and dreamer, punctilious intellectual and passionate lover."—Rabbi Dr Harvey Belovski /5(12).
Rabbi Akiva book. Read 4 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. From the prizewinning Jewish Lives series, a compelling and lucid accoun /5. Rabbi Akiva is a book to be read again and again."—Burton L. Visotzky, The Forward "Holtz expertly teases Akiva’s core character traits from a plethora of midrashic sources to fashion a complex, yet likeable, religious leader who is at once pragmatist and dreamer, punctilious intellectual and passionate lover."—Rabbi Dr Harvey Belovski.
Rabbi Akiva was a shepherd-turned-sage who flourished during the era of the destruction of the Second Temple. Encouraged by his wife, Rachel, and famous for teaching that “love your fellow as yourself” is the cardinal rule of the Torah, he left an indelible mark on Talmudic tradition, in which he and his students are often quoted.
He died a martyr’s end at the hands of the Romans, whom. With insight and mastery of Rabbinic sources, Rabbi Rabbi Akiva book Hammer has produced an outstanding review of the life of Rabbi Akiva, clarifying his life, thoughts, beliefs, and concerns for the Jewish people. His book will enlighten and captivate readers.
—Shalom Paul, professor emeritus, Bible Rabbi Akiva book at Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Rabbi Akiva is a book to be read again and again."—Burton L. Visotzky, The Forward "Holtz expertly teases Akiva’s core character traits from a plethora of midrashic sources to fashion a complex, yet likeable, religious leader who is at once pragmatist and dreamer, punctilious intellectual and passionate lover."—Rabbi Dr Harvey Belovski Brand: Yale University Press.
After an introductory chapter on the cultural and political context of the 2nd century rabbinic world, the book surveys the main episodes in Rabbi Akiva’s “imagined” biography: his entry into rabbinic study, the love and sacrifice of his wife, the Pardes (“Orchard”) narrative, and his n: Rabbi Akiva lived in the first and second centuries CE; he was the most prominent sage of his time.
He was a leading pedagogue, the foremost Kabbalist of his time, and participated in the writing of the essential spiritual texts of his time—the Mishnahand the the same time, he was the spiritual leader of the Bar-Kokheva revolt, and was the man who revealed to the world the law of.
Very interesting and thought provoking, albeit a bit heavy to read. It is refreshing to see a Christian critical view if rabbi Akiva.
Most Christians don't even know who rabbi Akiva is. I see this as one side of the argument, and I will be reading litterature praising Akiva to get a balanced view/5.
The core of this argument between Rabbi Akiva and Rav Yochanan ben Torta may be based on a similarity between these two great individuals. Both began their careers as outsiders, and joined the sages at a later point in life.
Rabbi Akiva was an adult before he began to study Torah, a fact preserved in numerous sources. In honor of Menachem Mendel hakohen, Yacha Golda, Gittel, Levi Yitzchok hakohen and Devora Leah. Rabbi Akiva’s life is a fascinating tale of inspiration, of a man of humble origins who overcame it all to achieve greatness.
I would like to outline some of the highlights of his life story – and demonstrate why I feel he serves as a personal role model to us all. He was of Humble Origins. Rabbi Akiva began his life as a shepherd. Posts about Rabbi Akiva written by Alan Brill.
In the Fall issue of Modern Judaism 29/3 Octoberthere is a devastating review of Gordon Tucker’s translation of Heschel’s Heavenly Torah in which he claims the original meaning of Heschel is lost in translation.
He seems to be bending over backwards not to be scathing,but his bottom line is that Tucker omitted paragraphs essential for.
This breathtaking, historical novel tells the story of the life and times of the great sage, Rabbi Akiva. It is a classic literary tapestry woven with the details of life in Eretz Yisrael after the Destruction of the Second Temple. Meticulously researched and beautifully written, this book will captivate and inspire all : $ Born in the Land of Israel around the year 50 C.E., Rabbi Akiva was the greatest rabbi of his time and one of the most important influences on Judaism as we know it today.
Traditional sources tell how he was raised in poverty and unschooled in religious tradition but began to Brand: Jewish Lives. Rabbi Akiva is a book to be read again and again."—Burton L. Visotzky, The Forward "Holtz expertly teases Akiva’s core character traits from a plethora of midrashic sources to fashion a complex, yet likeable, religious leader who is at once pragmatist and dreamer, punctilious intellectual and passionate lover."—Rabbi Dr Harvey Belovski.
The Talmud could have easily only attributed the tragedy of Rabbi Akiva's students to a plague, whether natural or at the hands of the Romans. Instead our sages chose to first ascribe it to a loss of kavod as a powerful reminder of what can happen to us when we forget how to.
Synopsis A compelling and lucid account of the life and teachings of a founder of rabbinic Judaism and one of the most beloved heroes of Jewish history Born in the Land of Israel around the year 50 C. E., Rabbi Akiva was the greatest rabbi of his time and one of the most important influences on Judaism as we know it : Barry W.
Holtz. Rabbi Akiva (c C.E.) is a storied scholar and hero in Jewish tradition. His name appears more than 1, times in the Babylonian Talmud alone. Following the Roman destruction of the Temple in 70 C.E.
– a tragedy that threatened to end Judaism – he and other luminaries started down a path that led to a new Judaism, replacing Temple. Rabbi Akiva was a shepherd — as was Jacob, Moses and David — in the employ of Kalba Savua.
Rachel loved Rabbi Akiva and sent him away to study at the yeshiva of the great Rabbi Eliezer, while her father, angry over the “mismatch,” disowned them. Moreover, Rabbi Akiva also survived a pandemic that wiped out his disciples — of them, representing the entirety of Jewish religious scholarship in that generation.
Rabbi Akiva had to start over, with just five students — all of whom risked their lives to receive rabbinic ordination in a time of cruel Roman persecution.
Story of Rabbi Akiva 1. The Story of רבי ַ ִ ָ עקיִ בא ַּ 2. Long ago lived agreat name was.רבי עקיבא ָ ִַ ַּ ִ 3. When רבי עקיבא ָ ִַ ַּ ִwas young, he wasa shepherd. 4. The young עקיבא ָ ִַdid not know the א-בand he couldּnot read Hebrew.