Tanna Debe Eliyyahu: The Lore of...

Tanna debe Eliyyahu is a midrashic work thought to have been composed between the third and the tenth centuries. Unlike all the other Midrashim, it is a unified work shaped with a character of its own. This work has never before been translated from the original Hebrew.

Contents xiCHAPTER 14 EZ, 195– 97 Amity in Israel; Torah and increase of Israel’s number essential to redemption 458   CHAPTER 15 EZ, 197– 99 Intense study of Torah leads to happiness and radiance of countenance; Elijah’s Benjamite ancestry assures success in combat with Esau 461 Pirke Derek ‘ EresCHAPTER 1 ( EZ, CHAPTER 16) S, 1– 15 A miscellany of counsel: moral, practical, personal, and communal, together with observations on the coming of the Messiah and sundry other matters 467 CHAPTER 2 ( EZ, CHAPTER 17) S, 15– 23 The discipline, glory, and reward of Torah study 483   CHAPTER 3 ( EZ, CHAPTER 18) S, 24– 25 Blessed is the student of Torah 490 Pirke R. EliezerCHAPTER 1 ( EZ, CHAPTER 19) S, 26– 30 God and Edom 493 CHAPTER 2 ( EZ, CHAPTER 20) S, 30– 33 God’s requital of Israel’s enemies on the Day of Judgment, His renewal of heaven and earth, and His reward of Israel’s righteous 497 CHAPTER 3 ( EZ, CHAPTER 21) S, 33– 36 The consolation and radiance that are to be Israel’s 503 CHAPTER 4 ( EZ, CHAPTER 22) S, 37– 40 The power of repentance 508 CHAPTER 5 ( EZ, CHAPTER 23) S, 40– 42 Why God favors Israel and provides them with the order of prayers for forgiveness 513 CHAPTER 6 ( EZ, CHAPTER 24) S, 42– 45 Man’s mortality and the limits of his glory as compared with God’s 517 CHAPTER 7 ( EZ, CHAPTER 25) S, 45– 49 Abraham’s distinctiveness accounts for Israel’s distinction 521   C h a p t e r Home  | T O C For use on stand- alone, non- institutional computers only. To purchase Scholar PDF version with advanced functionality, go to www. publishersrow. com

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FRONTMATTERTITLE PAGECOPYRIGHT PAGECONTENTSACKNOWLEDGMENTSINTRODUCTIONI. The Text: Author; Time and Place of Composition; HistoryII. DoctrinesIII. The Midrash as LiteratureIV. The TranslationV. The ManuscriptsELIYYAHU RABBAHELIYYAHU ZUTA PIRKE DEREK 'ERESPIRKE R. ELIEZERPIRKE HAY-YÈRIDOTABBREVIATIONSGLOSSARYPASSAGES CITED OR REFERRED TOAUTHORITIES CITED OR REFERRED TOSUBJECTS AND NAMESPLAYS ON HEBREW WORDS AND LETTERS
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