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 (jo͞o-dā′ĭk) also Ju·da·i·cal (-ĭ-kəl)
Of, relating to, or characteristic of Jews or Judaism: Judaic traditions.

[Latin Iūdaicus, from Greek Ioudaikos, from Greek Ioudaios, Jew; see Jew.]

Ju·da′i·cal·ly adv.
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Coping with the European Jewish catastrophe's unfathomable dimensions and channeling increased energies into the State of Israel's creation, Hebrew readers preferred the playful vibrancy offered by Nathan Alterman's and Avram Shlonsky's Hebrew poetry, Shmuel Yosef Agnon's rich Judaically infused prose, and S.
I begin this second section with a question that I genuinely believe has not--or not yet--been fully explored in Jewish-Christian dialogical circles, namely, whether Jesus and Paul truly matter Judaically, by stating what, for me, are three transparently obvious points.
Arguing most Judaically, Sacks finds little merit in the first two positions, and categorically rejects the third: "If we give up belief in the God of justice, we relinquish belief in the objective reality and categorical imperative of justice also" (240).