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"Contemporary Judaism in the Second House of Bondage is the latest work of Dr. Ebrami. In this book, written in a simple but rich style, he investigates the effects of the Diaspora in Judaism, with this goal, he first analyzes five elements of Judaism and the shows the impact of the extremely long period of the Diaspora on each element. This book does not discuss massacres of the Jews, programs, holocausts and the like. Instead it sheds light only on the Judaism and hints its suffering and deformation which continues to our time. The conclusion is a thought-provoking invitation to further research. The last chapter, which is a message to Jewish youth, is an inspiring section for our entire generation"--back cover.

Title Contemporary Judaism in the second house of bondage / Aharon H. Ebrami.
Edition First edition.
Publisher Los Angeles : Graduate Society Foundation
Creation Date 2003
Content Part I. The Freedom of Judaism After the Freedom of Israel. Independent Judaism -- Israel, Judaism and independence -- Who is Jew ? The Diaspora Asks. But Freedom Inquires: what is Judaism -- Part II. The Five Pillars of Judaism. First Pillar: The One God -- Second Pillar: The commandments -- Third Pillar: History -- Fourth Pillar: Tradition and Customs -- Fifth Pillar: Prayers and worship -- Part III. The Impact of the Diaspora on the Pillars of Judaism. The collapse structure of Judaism -- Where is God? The impact of the Diaspora on the first Pillar -- The Golden Rule in the Diaspora: The impact of the Diaspora on the Second Pillar -- The Weak Memory of Moses' Nation: The impact of the Diaspora on the Third Pillar -- The abnormal Growth of Traditions and customs: The impact of the Diaspora on the Fourth Pillar -- The Emergence of Amulets From Prayers: The impact of the Diaspora on the fifth Pillar -- Part IV. The Bondage Continues. Deformed Judaism -- Torah, Captive of a Prison With 613 Cells -- Anti-Semites vs. Anti-Gentiles -- Judaism and the Land of Israel -- A Message to Young Jews around the World.
Notes Also published in Persian.
Format ix, 188 pages
23 cm.
Language English
System Number 990050440440205171

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