Includes bibliographical references (p. 177-193) and indexes.
|Statement||Elsie R. Stern.|
|Series||Brown Judaic studies -- no. 338|
|LC Classifications||BM675.K5 Z87 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 216 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||216|
|LC Control Number||2004024032|
From Rebuke to Consolation: Exegesis and Theology in the Liturgical Anthology of the Ninth Av Season. This book contributes to the ongoing research into the emergence of rabbinic Judaism in the synagogue setting through a study of one constellation of rabbinic and synagogue literature, the sequence of prophetic lectionary texts designated. From Rebuke to Consolation: Exegesis and Theology in the Liturgical Anthology of the Ninth of Av Season. by Elsie R. Stern. This book contributes to the ongoing research into the emergence of rabbinic Judaism in the synagogue setting through a study of one constellation of rabbinic and synagogue literature, the sequence of prophetic. Buy this book now from SBL: Description: From Rebuke to Consolation considers the constellation of texts related to the lectionary cycle for the Ninth of Av season. It demonstrates that the lectionary cycle articulates a theology of consolation which is not present in the constituent biblical texts. From rebuke to consolation. Providence: Brown Judaic Studies, © (OCoLC) Named Person: Eleasar Ben-Jakob Kalir: Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Elsie R Stern.
Humanities/Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Humanities Open Book Pro - gram, we are now able to make available, in digital, open-access, format, fifty titles from our backlist. The topic of early Jewish liturgy, piyyut, is now receiving renewed scholarly interest. Elsie R. Stern’s study, From Rebuke to Consolation. This may account for the frequency with which consolation is here intermingled with warning and rebuke. If the book should find any favor with people as yet unrenewed in the spirit of their minds, it will not be the less profitable for these occasional attempts to arouse the benumbed conscience. Such is the case during the last ten weeks of the year, when ten special haftarot--called the "Three of Rebuke" and the "Seven of Consolation"--are read. The "Three of Rebuke" are read in conjunction with the "Three Weeks" from Tammuz 17 to Av 9, during which we mourn the destruction of the Temple and the onset of our galut. rebuke. In Jeremiah, the book of consolation is found in chapters _____ According to Jeremiah the location of the new covenant is _____ hearts. What did Jeremiah purchase from Hanamel. field. In Jeremiah, the book of consolation is found in chapters _____.
Called Shabbat Nahamu (Console) after the first line of the day’s prophetic reading (Nachamu, nachamu ami, Console, console my people ”) (Isaiah ), it is also the first of seven haftarot of consolation, all drawn from the book of Isaiah, that deliver a message of comfort in the seven weeks following Tisha B’Av and lead us to the. Consolation within Rebuke. Moshe Kempinski Judaism. The “rebuke” in the book of Deuteronomy is in essence a restatement of a theme that appears earlier in the Torah portion of BeChukotai. Contents may have variations from the printed book or be incomplete or contain other coding. Tisha b'Av Lectionary Cycle Lectionary Poetics Analysis of the Lectionary Cycle Lamentations Haftarot of Rebuke and Consolation Haftarot of Rebuke Sin-Punishment-Restoration Measure for Measure Punishment Reliability of the Prophetic Word Conclusion. Types of letters for us might be a letter of congratulations or a letter of condolence or a letter that lodges a complaint. The types of letters in the ancient world include the following: letters of friendship, family letters, letters of praise and blame, exhortation and advice, admonition, rebuke, reproach, consolation and .