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Great sects and schisms in Judaism.

By: Kaufman, Reuben.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: New York, J. David [1967]Description: 235 p. 23 cm.Subject(s): Jewish sects | Judaism -- History -- Modern period, 1750- | Schisma | Judentum | Sekte | Jewish sects | Judaism History Modern period, 1750-Additional physical formats: Online version:: Great sects and schisms in Judaism.DDC classification: 296.8 LOC classification: BM157 | .K3
Contents:
Jewish pluralism and Jewish unity -- The rebellion of Korah -- The split kingdom -- The Samaritans -- Hellenism and Judaism -- Sadducees and Boethusians -- The Essenes -- Christianity and Judaism -- Islam and Judaism -- The Karaites -- The mysteries of Kabbalah -- The Shabbatai Zevi Movement -- The Frankist Movement -- Hasidism -- The Haskalah Movement -- The Zionist Movement -- Contemporary Jewish sects -- Secularism -- Orthodox Judaism -- Reform Judaism -- Conservative Judaism -- Reconstructionism -- A Jewish ecumenical council.
Summary: Rabbi Kaufman presents a compact but comprehensive study of the many cults and sects, from biblical to modern times, which have been the offshoots of Judaism. - Publisher.
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Jewish pluralism and Jewish unity -- The rebellion of Korah -- The split kingdom -- The Samaritans -- Hellenism and Judaism -- Sadducees and Boethusians -- The Essenes -- Christianity and Judaism -- Islam and Judaism -- The Karaites -- The mysteries of Kabbalah -- The Shabbatai Zevi Movement -- The Frankist Movement -- Hasidism -- The Haskalah Movement -- The Zionist Movement -- Contemporary Jewish sects -- Secularism -- Orthodox Judaism -- Reform Judaism -- Conservative Judaism -- Reconstructionism -- A Jewish ecumenical council.

Rabbi Kaufman presents a compact but comprehensive study of the many cults and sects, from biblical to modern times, which have been the offshoots of Judaism. - Publisher.

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