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 So I have another Hebrew question: we seem to have a pretty tiny population after the "flood". Noah has three children,but only Shem's son Abraham is considered "Jewish". Why? Arent't Ham and Japeth…Continue

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John replied to Jeffrey Soule's discussion sons of Noah
"A friend pointed out that if the wives that gave birth to Ham and Japeth were not Jewish, then the child is not Jewish. It is a matriarchal religion. "
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John replied to Jeffrey Soule's discussion sons of Noah
"Hi! Do you have any references: book, chapter(s) and verse(s).   The story of Noah is just a symbolic event. Actually, Noah and the flood are two books intertwined.  Almost all stories like this have similar stories in most…"
Sep 22
Dewald Bester commented on Jeffrey Soule's blog post Berg's "essential Zohar
"Hi, I think you hit the nail on the head with "since it essentially can be whatever you want it to be". It is called anti-essentialism in philosophy, and in literary criticism something along the lines of reader-response theory. Right now,…"
Sep 5
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sons of Noah

 So I have another Hebrew question: we seem to have a pretty tiny population after the "flood". Noah has three children,but only Shem's son Abraham is considered "Jewish". Why? Arent't Ham and Japeth Jewish too? I don't get it.See More
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John commented on Jeffrey Soule's blog post Berg's "essential Zohar
"try: Ps 137.9"
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"Haven't been on for quite a while. I have recently written a short review of Ravi Berg's "Essential Zohar" which I posted as a Blog."
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Berg's "essential Zohar

Reading Berg’s “Essential Zohar”This isn't Berg's fault, really, as he tries to explain all the issues and problems with the underlying religious texts, so my review isn't against his work per se but the underlying problems with the belief structure itself.I’ve explored a lot of esoteric literature both in reading and in practice.  I was looking forward to the Zohar, which is often referred to as Judaic esotericism. I came away disappointed. For the most part, I would sum up the book’s…See More
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Berg's "essential Zohar

Posted on September 4, 2019 at 6:55pm 2 Comments

Reading Berg’s “Essential Zohar”

This isn't Berg's fault, really, as he tries to explain all the issues and problems with the underlying religious texts, so my review isn't against his work per se but the underlying problems with the belief structure itself.

I’ve explored a lot of esoteric literature both in reading and in practice.  I was looking forward to the Zohar, which is often referred to as Judaic esotericism. I came away disappointed. For the most part, I would sum up…

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