Год издания: 1995
Издатель: Paulist Press
Количество страниц: 576
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Do you want to come to know He Who Spoke and the world came into being? Learn haggada (rabbinic lore) for by doing that you will come to know He Who Spoke and the world came into being and hold fast to His ways. Sifre Deuteronomy 49. Midrash (from the Hebrew root "to seek out"), which contains both legendary and legal material, is both a process and a product. It reflects the process of searching the text of Scripture in order to better understand it and apply it to life. Begun by the Sages of Israel when the Torah was canonized by Ezra in the fifth century B.C.E., its classic period culminated in the editing of the Tannaitic Midrashim (the "product") in the land of Israel in the fourth to fifth centuries C.E. The classic midrash presented here is a collective work. Although presenting interpretations in the name of individual Sages, it has no one author: rather, it reflects the collective wisdom of the leaders of Pharisaic Judaism which later became Rabbinic Judaism. Each...