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Way of God: Derech Hashem (Torah Classics Library) (English and Hebrew Edition) By Moshe Chayim Luzzatto,

  • Title: Way of God: Derech Hashem (Torah Classics Library) (English and Hebrew Edition)
  • Author: Moshe Chayim Luzzatto
  • ISBN: 9780873067690
  • Page: 245
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Explores Divine regulation of the world With Rabbi Yosef Begun s marginal notes Vowelized, facing Hebrew and English texts.
    Way of God Derech Hashem Torah Classics Library English and Hebrew Edition Explores Divine regulation of the world With Rabbi Yosef Begun s marginal notes Vowelized facing Hebrew and English texts

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    1. Given that religious is generally taught in the order of ritesbeliefsphilosophy, it is refreshing and overwhelming to read a book that begins with the question What is G d I m only three chapters in, but I ve already learned so much that I do not think it would be possible to write here everything that I learned Maybe at some point I ll modify this review to try to explain the oneness of G d, but I think it s probably worthwhile to go read it yourself.

    2. I am working through this classic of Jewish philosophy a bit at a time I actually own two copies, both in the original Hebrew without translation and one with extensive comentary Ohr ha Derech Feldheim published Rabbi Aryeh Kaplan z l s tranlation 1997 The complete Hebrew text is also available online daat daat mahshevt m Derech Hashem was written by Moshe Chaim Luzzatto in the 1730s He was an Italian rabbi, philosopher and kabbalist When, at the young age of 20, he started having mystical exper [...]

    3. Took forever to find, I ironically received this for Christmas from someone who had the good sense to order it In a way, the prefatory materials were informative than the text, helping to establish just how rare and difficult such a thing as systematic theology is The theology itself is, as expected, fascinating, if sadly lacking much in the way of the micro level in which I m most interested i.e justice and vengeance, rape and property, etc Also, it s refreshing to see a work from the 18th cen [...]

    4. This is the most systematic statement of traditional Jewish theology Luzzatto late 17th early 18th century was a mystic, a playwright, and all around polymath He was excommunicated in his native Padua as a closet Sabbatean He settled in Amsterdam This is one of his later works and is a systematic didactic treatise that covers the foundational principles of Jewish theology and contains man mystical nuggets worth the read.

    5. Supposedly this is the book that lays real Judaism straight It s anything but straight though I m told I have to read it with a Rabbi in order to understand it But there are too many holes.Still, angels and souls and prophecy and things.

    6. The 1st of three works that are considered by some a pathway to prophecy.Discuses creation and its parts from a simple understandable kabalistic perspective but contains great truth and poetry.

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