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How to Represent God: A Textual and Cultural Analysis of Two

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Two comparable older versions of Albert's Opera omnia are available (ed. Explain his point and whether you agree. 5. The Enlightenment and the Emancipation also had a significant impact on modern Jewish thought. Modern rationalism begins with Descartes. How circumspect one must be in describing God is shown in the following story: Someone reading prayers in the presence of Rabbi Ḥanina said "God, the great, the valiant and the tremendous, the powerful, the strong, and the mighty."

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Publisher: LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing (December 22, 2011)

ISBN: 3847318853

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