10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «KARAISM»
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Библиография Караитика: Аннотированная Библиография Караимов ...
Though academic interest in Karaism first appeared among European scholars
during the seventeenth century, Karaism was drawn into the general debate of
the emerging discipline of Jewish studies from the mid-nineteenth century by the
New Horizons in Sephardic Studies
Thus, Jewish philosophy incorporated the vital energies of Karaism into
rabbinism so as to be better able to defeat it. But the consequence was a long
lasting upheaval within rabbinism itself, the archetypal godfather ofJewish
Yedida K. Stillman, George K. Zucker, 2012
The Oxford Handbook of Jewish Studies
Since the late nineteenth century historians of Judaism and Islam have tried to
explain Karaism in the light of comparable scripturalist trends in the history of
religion. These reflect a common desire to reinstate the revelational text as the
Martin Goodman, Jeremy Cohen, David Sorkin, 2002
The Written as the Vocation of Conceiving Jewishly
In other words Rabbinism, as it now is constituted, does not carry within itself the
remedy for what ails Karaism, nor for that matter, what ails Rabbinic Iudaism.]]]
Nor do I claim any meaningful historical connection—even though some karaitic
Medieval Hebrew Poetry in Muslim Egypt: The Secular Poetry ...
underlying Karaism as intrinsic to Judaism, drawn from earlier scriptural models (
such as the Sadducees or Qumranites); the other identifies it as external to
Judaism, borrowed from Islamic models of scripturalism (such as early Shīʿism).
Joachim J.M.S. Yeshaya, 2010
From Judah Hadassi to Elijah Bashyatchi: Studies in Late ...
As mentioned in chapter 1 of this book, there is no consensus concerning the
emergence of Karaism in the Middle Ages. Nevertheless, one likely element in
the development of Karaism appears to have been objections to the imposition of
HPFAMH The Hebrew review, and magazine for Jewish ...
I. — Idea of Karaism. Karaism, in contraposition to Eabbinism, has generally
been considered as a sort of protestation, and the relation between the two
creeds as resembling that of Protestantism to Catholicism. Some describe it as a
Hebrew review, Marcus Heinrich Bresslau, 1860
Religious Foundations of Western Civilization: Judaism, ...
Karaism. and. Sabbateanism. From the fourth century to the nineteenth century,
heresies in Judaism defined themselves against the program of Rabbinic
Judaism. Rabbinic Judaism so predominated that its doctrines dictated the norm,
Jacob Neusner, Alan J. Avery-Peck, Amila Buturovic, 2010
שרח מגלת אחשורוש: ל[ל]שיך אלפאצל אלמעלם אבו עלי ...
of Karaism as a cultural phenomenon, which is both central and integral to
medieval Jewish and Arabic culture. This change is steadily breaking down the
artificial barriers constructed between Karaism and other fields of Jewish and
Japheth ben Ali (ha-Levi), Michael G. Wechsler, 2008
Chapters on Jewish Literature
In the end, Karaism became so hedged in by its supposed avoidance of tradition
that it ceased to be a living force. But we are here not concerned with the
religious defects of Karaism. Regarded from the literary side, Karaism produced a
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «KARAISM»
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AFRICA: WE ARE ONE 2nd Annual Commemoration of the …
Speakers included Dr. Mathole Motshekga from NICSA representing Karaism, Guru Nadarajah Sarma from the Hindu faith, Mr. Xolile Dawids ... «ZimEye - Zimbabwe News, May 15»
The Key to end all wars: the First African World Alliance of Religions …
... Judaism, Islam, Karaism, Buddhism, and Hinduism came together to eradicate the religious misunderstandings through this opportunity and ... «ZimEye - Zimbabwe News, May 15»
When the youth of the world unite
... Sikhism, Rastafari, Judaism, Islam, Karaism, Buddhism, and Hinduism will be able to eradicate the religious misunderstandings through this ... «The Voice Online, Apr 15»
Crimean Karaites hail Russian takeover
Indigenous to Crimea, the Turkic speakers are adherents of Karaism, a branch of Judaism. They revere the Old Testament but reject the Talmud ... «The Times of Israel, May 14»
Passover, with a strictly biblical flavor
... the holiday,” says Shawn Lichaa, the co-author of “As It Is Written: A Brief Case for Karaism” and founder of the Karaite blog A Blue Thread. «Washington Post, Apr 14»
Joseph Wahed, a founder of JIMENA, dies at 77
“[Wahed] served as a link and revived Karaism in the United States.” He worked with the Jewish Community Relations Council in the 1970s, ... «Jweekly.com, Jan 14»
Kindle Your Judaism: Growing Jewish Literacy Through New …
... Jewish exiles and migrations, medieval poetry by women, community structures, Karaism, tefillin, kosher slaughter, and the list goes on and ... «The Jewish Week, Mar 13»
Three Jews in Baltimore
As it says in one of their brochures, “Karaism accepts the Jewish Bible as the word of God and as the sole religious authority,” while rejecting ... «The Jewish Journal of Greater L.A., Nov 12»
My family's Karaite-style Passover
Both say they feel comfortable with the Conservative congregation and consider some aspects of Karaism to be strict, such as the prohibition ... «The Jewish Journal of Greater L.A., Apr 12»
Enumerating Jewish Denominations
From a traditional point of view, it was a full-fledged kat, one that defied the basic principles of rabbinic Judaism even more than Karaism or ... «Forward, Mar 11»