|Title:||Form-Analytical Comparison in Rabbinic Judaism: Structure and Form in The Fathers and The Fathers According to Rabbi Nathan (Studies in the History of Judaism)|
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|Publisher:||University of South Florida (January 1, 1992)|
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Form-Analytical Comparison in Rabbinic Judaism. Structure and Form in The Fathers and The Fathers According to Rabbi Nathan. Atlanta, 1992: Scholars Press for South Florida Studies in the History of Judaism. The Bavli’s Intellectual Character. The Generative Problematic in Bavli Baba Qamma Chapter One and Bavli Shabbat Chapter One. Decoding the Talmud’s Exegetical Program: From Detail to Principle in the Bavli’s Quest for Generalization.
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The fathers according to rabbi nathan. E. j. brill 1975 the fathers according to rabbi nathan (abot D e rabbi nathan).
The Avot of Rabbi Nathan is a Jewish wisdom book that contains many profound insights into human life. The study of it should be done in relation to the more well- known and more important Pirke Avot to which it is in a sense a supplement. 5 people found this helpful. The Program of the Fathers According to Rabbi Nathan A (Studies in Judaism).
Fathers According to Rabbi Nathan, version A, chap. 16 (Schechter e. p. 32a). Aptowitzer's interpretation ( Spuren des Matriarchats, pp. 266–267) is far-fetched: R. Zadok feared that he might father a gentile son who might, in turn, marry a Jewish woman and father mamzerim. If gentiles were allowed to erect epitaphs in the Jewish catacombs for their relatives who had converted to Judaism, the sepulchral inscriptions of Rome provide no instance against the rabbinic matrilineal principle. See Leon, H. The Jews of Ancient Rome (Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society, 1960), appendix, inscriptions 68 and 222.
The issue at stake is what kind of students should be accepted or raised up for rabbinic teaching. The House of Shammai upholds an elitist position, wanting only students who are already wise, humble, and rich