The Sabbath In The Classical Kabbalah -

kabbalah the zohar jewish virtual library - the zohar hebrew splendor radiance is widely considered the most important work of kabbalah jewish mysticism it is a mystical commentary on the torah five books of moses written in medieval aramaic and medieval hebrew it contains a mystical discussion of the nature of god the origin and structure of the universe the nature of souls sin redemption good and evil and, back to the sources reading the classic jewish texts - back to the sources is a collection of essays by eminent scholars in their field on the major texts of the jewish religious tradition the topics covered include bible talmud includes mishnah and medieval law codes midrash medieval biblical commentaries medieval philosophy kabbalah sans pop stars hasidic tales and the siddur the prayerbook, the written law torah jewish virtual library - the torah or jewish written law consists of the five books of the hebrew bible known more commonly to non jews as the old testament that were given by g d to moses on mount sinai and include within them all of the biblical laws of judaism the torah is also known as the chumash pentateuch or five books of moses, the thirteen petalled rose a discourse on the essence of - rabbi adin steinsaltz is a talmudic scholar with a real knack for rendering complex kabbalistic concepts understandable although i have really just begun this study i recommend his work among with that of others such as daniel matt to anyone with an interest in kabbalah, index of cults and religions watchman fellowship inc - index of cults and religions by the staff of watchman fellowship inc introduction this index contains brief definitions descriptions or cross references on over 1 200 religious organizations and beliefs as well as world religions including christianity and related doctrines