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ELIJAH – ...many mystic formulas in the cabalistic liturgy for the close of the Sabbath.He was often identified with other heroes of Jewish legend to whom immortality was attributed, such as SIRACH, THE WISDOM OF JESUS THE SON OF – ...Ben Sira never speaks of the resurrection of the dead nor of the immortality of the soul, but, on the contrary, declares that in Sheol there will be no joy, wherefore man should taste delight in this world in so...
JESUS OF NAZARETH – ...somewhat more definite answers. On the former asking what evidence for immortality he derived from the Old Testament, he quoted Ex. iii. 6, and deduced from it that as God is God of the living, Abraham, Isaac, and...
ESSENES – ...length on what he assumes to be the three Jewish philosophical schools. Of the Essenes he says that they ascribe all things to God, that they teach the immortality of the soul, and that the reward of righteousness...
SAMARITANS – ...confusing them with the Sadducees) accuse them of disbelief in angels and in the immortality of the soul. Their earliest liturgies especially determine the amount of truth in these charges. The essential articles of...
REFORM JUDAISM FROM THE POINT OF VIEW OF THE REFORM JEW – Reform" a Misnomer. By Reform Judaism is denoted that phase of Jewish religious thought which, in the wake of the Mendelssohnian period and in consequence of the efforts made during the fifth decade of the nineteenth century to
MOSES BEN MAIMON – ...Alexander of Aphrodisias) was declared by them to be an outright denial of the immortality of the soul.Maimonides disdained these attacks and continued his laborious life, enriching medical literature with...
TRANSLATIONS – Into Hebrew: After the early victories of the Mohammedans and the consequent spread of Arabic civilization, the Jews of the Eastern countries became familiar with and adopted to a large extent the Arabic language; so much so