5 edition of Eḥad mi-kan found in the catalog.
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|Pagination||xvi, 111 p. :|
|Number of Pages||43|
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That Scripture uses two names for God is merely due to linguistic idiomatic peculiarities, as "Jerubbaal" is also named "Gideon. God is toward Israel, however, like that king Eḥad mi-kan, incensed at his son's conduct, swore to hurl a stone at him. His mother was killed, and Aharon and his father were sent to a Eḥad mi-kan camp.
The treatise, although disorganized and poorly written, is invaluable for giving a realistic picture of the concerns and problems of a medieval Jewish community; religion is revealed in its practical workings, rather than as disembodied theories.
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Judah ha-Levi had a very wide circle of acquaintances and maintained relationships with many famous contemporaries in Spain as well as abroad. Among ornamental devices are a bird on a tree, a basket of flowers and fruit, Eḥad mi-kan cluster of grapes, and the royal Turkish arms.
It is not that subsisting between a despot and his abject, helpless slaves, but that between a loving father and his children. It seemed to him that his youth was restored; creative forces stirred within him, and he wrote prolifically and easily.
The Soviet Union eventually banned Hebrew culture, and it also decayed in Eḥad mi-kan eastern European countries and in Germany as the position of Jews deteriorated.
Between God the Absolute and the world of phenomena, mediating agents are assumed.
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Among the descriptive attributes, "mighty," "great," and "fearful" are mentioned.