The teaching of Spinoza might be described generally as the Jewish religion
reduced to an abstraction and taking the form of the Eleatic philosophy.
And that land you have farmed and the house where you lived are now ready to be cleared -- turned into lands where new illegal Israeli colonies might be built for people who have moved to Israel to satisfy the terms of their Jewish religion
What, in the Jewish religion
, is called a yarmulka?
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The Jewish religion
has strict Passover Rules that must be observed.
It would have been reasonable to expect the Jewish nation to disappear with the end of sovereignty and the scattering of the people to the Diaspora, and likewise, the termination of the Temple cult might have been expected to represent the end of the Jewish religion
I've known Gebert since the early 1980s and the difficult but dramatic days of the Jewish Flying University, when, semi-clandestinely, young people had to teach themselves, on their own, not just Jewish religion
, history and traditions but also the Jewish intangibles that had been all but wiped out by the Holocaust and communist-era suppression.
During World War II the message of the holiday was to celebrate the military victory of a foreign power dedicated to trying to destroy the Jewish religion
I am a Jew, committed to the Jewish religion
and the ethical values of justice, mercy and compassion.
These shameless attempts are not related to the Jewish religion
, but they are committed by criminal hands even in the name of Islam as in Iraq by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL)," the artists said.
I recognise that it is surrounded by enemies who would like to destroy Israel and wipe out the Jewish religion
The unifying theme of "Why We Remain Jew" is the beauty of the Jewish religion
and a coherent explanation for both Jews and non -Jews to why adherence to Judaism is so tenacious, especially in the realities of the 20th and now the 21st centuries, making it a very highly recommended for students of Judaism, members of the Jewish community, as well as both community and academic library Judaic Studies collections.