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Author: April D. DeConick
ISBN: 1589832574
Pages: 480 pages
Publisher: Society of Biblical Literature (November 15, 2006)
Language: English
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e-Book Paradise Now: Essays on Early Jewish and Christian Mysticism (Society of Biblical Literature: Symposium Series) epub download

by April D. DeConick



A substantial introduction to the study of early Jewish and Christian mysticism, this . The book is the result of ten years of work of the Early Jewish and Christian Mysticism unit of the Society of Biblical Literature.

A substantial introduction to the study of early Jewish and Christian mysticism, this volume examines major aspects of the mystical tradition within early Judaism and Christianity. This tradition was centered on the belief that a person directly, immediately, and before death can experience the divine, either as a rapture experience or one solicited by a particular praxis.

DeConick is a historian of early Jewish and Christian thought

DeConick is a historian of early Jewish and Christian thought. Her work focuses on New Testament and pre-Nicene literature, non-canonical gospels, gnostic literature and movements, mysticism and esotericism in early Christianity, new religious movements past and present, the biosocial study of religion, and a theoretical point of view called post-constructivism. She is active in the Society of Biblical Literature as the founding chair of the Mysticism, Esotericism and Gnosticism in Antiquity Section, and the past-chair of the Committee for the Status of Women in the Profession.

A substantial introduction to the study of early Jewish and Christian mysticism, this . April D. DeConick, P. The essays define and analyze the nature and practices of mysticism as it emerges within early Judaism and Christianity, recognizing this emergence within a variety of communal environments. 1994) in Near Eastern Studies, University of Michigan, is Isla Carroll and Percy E. Turner Professor of Biblical Studies at Rice University in Houston.

Authors: De Conick, April D. Series: Society of Biblical Literature . experience in the book of Revelation, Charles A. Gieschen - Divine secrets and divination, Daphna Arbel

Authors: De Conick, April D. Series: Society of Biblical Literature symposium series ;. no. 11 Published by : Brill, (Leiden :) Physical details: xxiii, 455 p. : ill. ; 25 cm. ISBN: 9004151214 Subject(s): Mysticism %Judaism %History. Online Resources: Table of contents only. Tags from this library: No tags from this library for this title . Gieschen - Divine secrets and divination, Daphna Arbel.

Society of Biblical Lit, 2006 - 455 sayfa. Lessons on Early Jewish Apocalypticism and Mysticism from Dream Literature. What Is Early Jewish and Christian Mysticism? 1. Religious Experience and the Construction of the Transcendent Self. 27. Visionary Experience in Ancient Judaism and Christianity. 231. Index of Ancient Sources. 423. Index of modern Authors.

Society of Biblical Lit, 2006 - 455 עמודים. צג תצוגה מקדימה של ספר זה . מתוך הספר. מוד 18 An Internalized Apocalypse Modern scholars have been slow to recognize that early Jewish and Christian mysticism is a major dimension of Jewish and Christian apocalyptic thought, even though the ancients themselves call these. מוד 105 הגעת למגבלת הצפייה עבור ספר זה מדוע?. מוד 231 הגעת למגבלת הצפייה עבור ספר זה מדוע?.

Publication: Leiden : Brill (Holland), 2006Description: xxiii, 455 p. SBN: 90-04-15121-4

Publication: Leiden : Brill (Holland), 2006Description: xxiii, 455 p. SBN: 90-04-15121-4. Series: Society of Biblical literature: Symposium seriesBibliography: Includes bibliographical references (p. 381-418)and indexes. Subject: Мистицизм - Иудаизм - История, Mysticism - Judaism - History Мистицизм - История, Mysticism

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Symposium Series 11; Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, paperback, 2006; Leiden: Brill, hardback, 2006. A substantial introduction to the study of early Jewish and Christian mysticism, this volume examines major aspects of the mystical tradition within early Judaism and Christianity. Contributors are Afzal, Arbel, Bautch, Boustan, Davila, DeConick, Deutsch, Elior, Flannery-Dailey, Gieschen, Lesses, Lieber, Morray-Jones, Orlov, Rowland, Sanders, Segal, and Sullivan.

Holy Misogyny: Why the Sex and Gender Conflicts in the Early Church Still Matter (London: Continuum, 2011). The Forbidden Gospels Blog by April DeConick.

A substantial introduction to the study of early Jewish and Christian mysticism, this volume examines major aspects of the mystical tradition within early Judaism and Christianity. This tradition was centered on the belief that a person directly, immediately, and before death can experience the divine, either as a rapture experience or one solicited by a particular praxis. The essays define and analyze the nature and practices of mysticism as it emerges within early Judaism and Christianity, recognizing this emergence within a variety of communal environments. Larger questions about the relationship between hermeneutics and experience, as well as the relationship between mysticism and apocalypticism are also discussed, and a substantial bibliography of the field is provided. The book is the result of ten years of work of the Early Jewish and Christian Mysticism unit of the Society of Biblical Literature.