Seven Pillars of the Tanakh

Автор: Kariv, Avraham

Издательство: Amana


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Номер по каталогу: 01138000
Год издания: 1994
Cтраниц: 270
Weight: 0.33 kgs
Translated by: Vernik, I.; Kravtsov, M.
Editor: Veksler, I.
Language: Russian
Cover: paperback
Format: 14x2x22



This book , The Seven Pillars of the Tanakh, is devoted to disclosing the content of deep layers of the Tanakh in two aspects of emotional and philosophical . In the Introduction, the author writes: " ... Only one comprehensive book ... proudly ascended to the top of the tower of the world of the human spirit by becoming a haven for the weary soul."

The book "The Seven Pillars of the Tanakh " tells the story of antiquity. From there her and Adam , from which begins the story of humankind , and his immediate descendants , ancestors of the Jewish people and his forefathers and foremothers , judges and heroes of the era of the first kings of Israel ... However, A. Kariv , writer and thinker reveals these timeless stories of their content , in which religion and history are fused together. " Tanakh , he writes, is sent to us through a time tunnel to illuminate the place where we are now, and it is this light penetrates through all the layers - it is exactly what we intended . "

Tanakh is " identity " of the people of Israel and a manuscript written his fate . This Book of the Covenant and the lifeblood of all generations . " 
The book cover has minor damage and some bending paper due to prolonged storage. 
The author of this book, Avraham Kariv (1900-1976) , in his youth he studied in the yeshivot of Lithuania, then in Odessa Teacher Training " Tarbut " at H.N.Byalika and JG Klausner . Arriving in 1934. the Land of Israel , A.Kariv devoted himself extremely multilateral activities : he writes poetry , translates into Hebrew works of Russian classics , writes articles and essays about literature . Over time, creativity A.Kariva almost entirely focused on the primary sources of classical Judaism - the Tanakh and the Haggadah .

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