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The Resource Letters of light : passages from Ma'or va-shemesh : consisting of the homilies of Kalonymus Kalman Epstein of Kraków, translated with notes and comments by Aryeh Wineman

Letters of light : passages from Ma'or va-shemesh : consisting of the homilies of Kalonymus Kalman Epstein of Kraków, translated with notes and comments by Aryeh Wineman

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Letters of light : passages from Ma'or va-shemesh : consisting of the homilies of Kalonymus Kalman Epstein of Kraków
Title
Letters of light
Title remainder
passages from Ma'or va-shemesh : consisting of the homilies of Kalonymus Kalman Epstein of Kraków
Statement of responsibility
translated with notes and comments by Aryeh Wineman
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Contributor
Author
Editor
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Subject
Genre
Language
  • eng
  • und
  • eng
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Cataloging source
YDXCP
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
-1823
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Epstein, Kalonymus Kalman
Dewey number
296.8332
Index
no index present
LC call number
BS1225
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Wineman, Aryeh
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  • Epstein, Kalonymus Kalman
  • Epstein, Kalonymus Kalman
  • RELIGION
Label
Letters of light : passages from Ma'or va-shemesh : consisting of the homilies of Kalonymus Kalman Epstein of Kraków, translated with notes and comments by Aryeh Wineman
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Front cover; Half title; Title page; Copyright; Contents; Abbreviations; Introduction: Hasidism, the Hasidic Homily, and Kalonymus Kalman Epstein; 1. On the First Book of the Torah (B'rei'shit / Genesis); B'rei'shit; The Need to Go beyond the Literal Sense of the Torah; The Hidden Light; The Surface Meaning of the Torah and the Torah's Innerness; A Longing Permeating All Existence; Two Modes of Torah-study; The Function of Shabbat; Humility and the World's Sustainability; When One Person Judges Another; No'ah; Noah Repaired the Animals; Lekh l'kha; Go Forth!-Go to You!
  • Purity and Impurity of MotivationAs the Stars That Shine by Their Own Light; Vayera; The Pearl of Healing; The Element of Physical Desire in Intercourse; The Poles of Mercy and Justice; Hayyei Sarah; A Person Coming to the Tzaddik (Holy Man); Tol'dot; The Lure and Cooling of Appetite; Vayetze; Jacob's Dream-Episode; The Letters within All That Exists; Vayishlaḥ; Angels; The Tzaddik: Solitude and Community; Vayeishev; The Two Poles Which One Must Avoid; Miketz; The Tzaddik Is Oblivious to Fame; Vayigash; Submission; Vay'ḥi; Jacob's Final Testament and Failure
  • 2. On the Second Book of the Torah (Sh'mot / Exodus)Sh'mot; Torah and Time; True Worship Requires Joy; The Descent of the Divine; Moses' Fear of Losing His Humility; The Bush Aflame; The Infinite Names of God; Va'era; The Basis of Moses' Hesitation; Bo; Humility Renewed; The Meaning of Matza; B'shallaḥ; The Miracle at the Sea; Miriam and the Dance at the Sea; The Meaning of Manna; Yitro; Why Did Yitro Journey to Moses?; A Portrait of Moses as a Judge; The Status of the Sinaitic Event in Context; The Gate of Humility and Its Recurrence; Mishpatim; Justice and Worship; T'rumah
  • Moses as the Model of the TabernacleFrom Each Only according to His Ability; Repentance Before and After Study; T'tzavveh; Fellowship and Mutuality; Ki tissa; The Seventh Day as a Day of Renewed Existential Connection; For Each Soul to Know Its Initial Location; The Veil over Moses' Radiant Face; Vayakhel; Exploring the Parallel between Creation and Tabernacle; The Joy of Giving; Bezalel and Humility; P'kudei; An Accountant of the Spirit; 3. On the Third Book of the Torah (Vayikra / Leviticus); Vayikra; The Implications of Humankind's Uniqueness; Every Person Is as the First Man; Tzav
  • The Fire to be Kept Burning upon the AltarSh'mini; The Inner Experience at the Core of a Cultic Act; Tazri'a; On Laws of Purity and Impurity; The Affliction of Pride and False Piety; The Danger Caused by Deception; M'tzora; The Sadness That Leads to Joy and Healing; 'Aḥarei mot; Concerning Those with Whom We Share a Higher Soul-Root; K'doshim; The Paradoxical Relationship between Solitude and Community; 'Emor; The Inner Meaning of the Calendar; B'har; Satiety; b'Ḥukotai; The World's Benefits from Torah-Learning; 4. On the Fourth Book of the Torah (B'midbar / Numbers); B'midbar
Control code
946161646
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xxii, 258 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780227904886
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
22573/ctt1cg8dmx
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)946161646
Label
Letters of light : passages from Ma'or va-shemesh : consisting of the homilies of Kalonymus Kalman Epstein of Kraków, translated with notes and comments by Aryeh Wineman
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Front cover; Half title; Title page; Copyright; Contents; Abbreviations; Introduction: Hasidism, the Hasidic Homily, and Kalonymus Kalman Epstein; 1. On the First Book of the Torah (B'rei'shit / Genesis); B'rei'shit; The Need to Go beyond the Literal Sense of the Torah; The Hidden Light; The Surface Meaning of the Torah and the Torah's Innerness; A Longing Permeating All Existence; Two Modes of Torah-study; The Function of Shabbat; Humility and the World's Sustainability; When One Person Judges Another; No'ah; Noah Repaired the Animals; Lekh l'kha; Go Forth!-Go to You!
  • Purity and Impurity of MotivationAs the Stars That Shine by Their Own Light; Vayera; The Pearl of Healing; The Element of Physical Desire in Intercourse; The Poles of Mercy and Justice; Hayyei Sarah; A Person Coming to the Tzaddik (Holy Man); Tol'dot; The Lure and Cooling of Appetite; Vayetze; Jacob's Dream-Episode; The Letters within All That Exists; Vayishlaḥ; Angels; The Tzaddik: Solitude and Community; Vayeishev; The Two Poles Which One Must Avoid; Miketz; The Tzaddik Is Oblivious to Fame; Vayigash; Submission; Vay'ḥi; Jacob's Final Testament and Failure
  • 2. On the Second Book of the Torah (Sh'mot / Exodus)Sh'mot; Torah and Time; True Worship Requires Joy; The Descent of the Divine; Moses' Fear of Losing His Humility; The Bush Aflame; The Infinite Names of God; Va'era; The Basis of Moses' Hesitation; Bo; Humility Renewed; The Meaning of Matza; B'shallaḥ; The Miracle at the Sea; Miriam and the Dance at the Sea; The Meaning of Manna; Yitro; Why Did Yitro Journey to Moses?; A Portrait of Moses as a Judge; The Status of the Sinaitic Event in Context; The Gate of Humility and Its Recurrence; Mishpatim; Justice and Worship; T'rumah
  • Moses as the Model of the TabernacleFrom Each Only according to His Ability; Repentance Before and After Study; T'tzavveh; Fellowship and Mutuality; Ki tissa; The Seventh Day as a Day of Renewed Existential Connection; For Each Soul to Know Its Initial Location; The Veil over Moses' Radiant Face; Vayakhel; Exploring the Parallel between Creation and Tabernacle; The Joy of Giving; Bezalel and Humility; P'kudei; An Accountant of the Spirit; 3. On the Third Book of the Torah (Vayikra / Leviticus); Vayikra; The Implications of Humankind's Uniqueness; Every Person Is as the First Man; Tzav
  • The Fire to be Kept Burning upon the AltarSh'mini; The Inner Experience at the Core of a Cultic Act; Tazri'a; On Laws of Purity and Impurity; The Affliction of Pride and False Piety; The Danger Caused by Deception; M'tzora; The Sadness That Leads to Joy and Healing; 'Aḥarei mot; Concerning Those with Whom We Share a Higher Soul-Root; K'doshim; The Paradoxical Relationship between Solitude and Community; 'Emor; The Inner Meaning of the Calendar; B'har; Satiety; b'Ḥukotai; The World's Benefits from Torah-Learning; 4. On the Fourth Book of the Torah (B'midbar / Numbers); B'midbar
Control code
946161646
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xxii, 258 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780227904886
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
22573/ctt1cg8dmx
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)946161646

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