4 edition of Seventy facets found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Jerusalem report.|
|Statement||from the pages of the Jerusalem report ; [edited by] Gershom Gorenberg.|
|LC Classifications||BS1225.3 .S268 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 309 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||309|
|LC Control Number||96014581|
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Seventy Facets: A Commentary on the Torah: From the Pages of the Jerusalem Report Gershom Gorenberg, Editor Jason Aronson $ (p) ISBN Buy this book. Get this from a library. Seventy facets: a commentary on the Torah.
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[S R Ranganathan]. They teach that the Torah was transmitted to seventy elders (Midrash Yelamdeinu). In Zohar B'reshith 36, it is taught that there are 70 facets to the Torah. In Talmud Sotah 32a, it states that 'seventy facets to the Torah were translated into seventy languages in order to make it understandable to the seventy nations.
There are seventy facets to the Torah (Zohar, Genesis 36), which was translated into seventy languages to make it understandable to the seventy nations (Sotah 32a), and was engraved on seventy stones after Israel crossed the Jordan (Deuteronomy ) on their way to the Holy Land.
This reminded me of a Jewish tradition that relates to the "seventy facets of the Torah's jeweled words" a teaching to the effect that inspired words from Yah can have up to seventy different interpretations depending on the context.
It seems to me that there is some truth. For this reason I have chosen "Prisms" as the title of this book. I only pray that the interpretions I have suggested should be one of the "seventy facets of the Torah." The excerpt is from the chapter on Rosh Hashanah - The Concept of Teshuva.
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Gershom Gorenberg (Hebrew: גרשום גורנברג ) is an American-born Israeli historian, journalist, and blogger, specializing in Middle Eastern politics and the interaction of religion and politics. He is currently a senior correspondent for The American Prospect, a monthly American political magazine.
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Princeton University Library One Washington Road Princeton, NJ USA (). And the Torah has seventy facets (modes of interpretation). laikipiatourism.com first book of the Tanya chapter 10 part 1 into the lecture where we discuss the idea of a Tzaddik who sins which means something else entirely that although the Tzaddik did something good, nevertheless it's considered a sin because it'n not what G-d.seventy facets to each word of that highly polished gem of revelation, Torah.
It was the midrashist's job to provide the right setting and the correct foil so that the truths contained therein might shine forth. Oddly enough. by removing the temptation to exclusivity, by obviating the necessity for funCited by: 2.Nov 28, · “You’ll have to read the book!” was Adel’s answer to my question of what ‘Seventy Thousand Camels’ signified— and when the book appeared in due course, I felt how apt the title was, both for the candid way it told of events in Adel’s life’s story [which often made her doubt her personal ‘worth’] and for the courage she has 5/5(10).