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Block’s life in Arkansas highlights the challenges that Jews have often faced in a state largely isolated from the centers of American Jewish life. These difficulties became a little easier as growing numbers of Jews from central Europe began to arrive in Arkansas in the years before the civil war. As scholar Annette Yoshiko Reedhas shown, the “Book of the Watchers” had a long life within Jewish and early Christian communities until the .
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A broad historical survey of Jewish identity that achieves its stated aim of being ""sad without self-pity, involved without megalomania, proud without vainglory."" Raphael is a Research Fellow in Jewish Social History at the Univ.
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Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Raphael, Chaim. Springs of Jewish life. London: Chatto & Windus: Hogarth Press,© COVID Resources.
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Numbers play an important role in Judaic ritual practices and are believed to be a means for understanding the divine. A Mishnaic textual source, Pirkei Avotmakes clear that the use of gematria is dated to at least the Tannaic period.
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Springs is a former independent city, on the East Rand, now part of the Ekurhuleni in the Gauteng province of South Africa. It lies 50 km (31 mi) east of Johannesburg and 72 km (45 mi) southeast from name of Springs derives from the large number of springs in the area; it has an estimated population of more thanin and is situated at m (5, ft) a.s.l.
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My library.Life blossoming, breaking winter’s death grip, gives great credence to the human yearning forliberation. A correct reading of the spring season would hear its message of breaking out and life reborn at the biological level simultaneously with an Exodus message of good overcoming evil, of love overpowering death, of freedom and redemption.