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Tales of the Hasidim book
Tales of the Hasidim book

Tales of the Hasidim by Martin Buber, Dahl

Tales of the Hasidim

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Tales of the Hasidim Martin Buber, Dahl ebook
ISBN: 9780805209952
Page: 736
Format: pdf
Publisher: Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group

Mondshein is exposing the commonly accepted fictions of the ultra-Orthodox world, including the stories of wonders and miracles disseminated by Chabad Hasidim. Old stories often yield new understandings. As it is quoted in Martin Buber's Tales of the Hasidim: Later Masters, “everyone must have two pockets, so that he can reach into the one or the other, according to his needs. Every now and then it is good to return to books that are old favorites. Some of these stories were collected by the German Jewish scholar and theologian, Martin Buber, and put into a book. Yet another conspicuously violent chapter in Hasidic history is directly related to Reb Duvid'l. Buber, Martin (1947) Tales of the Hasidim: Early Masters, Schocken, New York. Jesus told stories, and so did the later Rabbis, particularly the Hasidim of Eastern Europe. Tales of violence, informants, counter-informants, and death threats stand out as both shocking and grotesquely familiar. Posted in Shevat | No Comments ». €One who served God with love, who rejoiced in suffering, who wrested many from their sins.” (Cited in The Tales of the Hasidim by Marin Buber, p. One result was a number of publications: The Tales of Rabbi Nachman (1906); The Legend of the Ba'al-Shem (1908); and Ecstatic Confessions (1909).

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