Judaic


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Judaic

, Judaical
1. of or relating to the Jews or Judaism
2. a less common word for Jewish
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As a focal point for Jewish life and learning at Brown, the renovations to the historic 108-year-old building will significantly improve the academic facilities for Judaic studies faculty, scholars and students and help ensure the long-term vitality of the program.
Using Scriptural reference, Mark explains that Jesus was a man, the first 'anointed one' of Judaic prophecy and that there is a second 'anointed one' who is alive today.
degrees in the Department of History at the University of California, Los Angeles), it was not a huge transformation to teach the history of Judaic thought instead of the history of the Jews.
Clandestine groups for the study of Jewish history, culture and philosophy, the Hebrew language, and other Judaic subjects emerged as a salient vehicle of rediscovery by their participants of the common Jewish heritage.
Winer is studying history, Judaic studies and classical civilization in Binghamton's Harpur College of Arts and Sciences.
Hashem Is Truly Everywhere" is a color illustrated child's book that explores the Judaic concept that God, or Hashem, Creator of all, is present everywhere.
A real estate investor and one of the wealthiest men in the state, Schnitzer and his wife, Arlene, have given at least $80 million over the years to support such organizations as the Portland Art Museum, a diabetic center named for him at Oregon Health & Science University and the Judaic studies programs at the University of Oregon and Portland State University.
He eventually became a Noahide, believing in the Judaic teaching that non-Jews must follow the seven specific Noahide laws [such as belief in one God and no murdering or stealing], while Jews must abide by the laws of the Torah.
Any Judaic studies collection strong in Biblical research and commentary needs Torah and Commentary: The Five Books of Moses.
This religion is composed of advice and guides by Jesus Christ opposing the doctrines of the Judaic faith.
An insightful philosophical examination sure to provoke thoughtful discussion among students of Nietzschean and Judaic philosophy alike.
The focal point architecturally and liturgically of Jewish services, said Elliot Wolfson, professor of Hebrew and Judaic studies at New York University, "the Torah is described in rabbinic literature as the Princess of God.