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  • ISBN 1568711107
  • ISBN13 978-1568711102
  • Language English
  • Author Nosson Slifkin
  • Publisher Targum Pr (October 1, 1998)
  • Formats docx azw mbr lit
  • Category Religion
  • Size ePub 1819 kb
  • Size Fb2 1840 kb
  • Rating: 4.4
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When G-d created the universe, He used the Bible as His blueprint. First in a series which explores the manifestations of the Bible in the natural world, this work examines the Jewish year and its reflection of plant, animal and seasonal cycles. With photographs.

Seasons of Life Hardcover – October 1, 1998. Slifkin books will open a new world in relation to Torah and invites the reader to explore the authors view to our own personal view in respect to the Torah. One person found this helpful.

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Natan Slifkin also Nosson Slifkin (Hebrew: נתן סליפקין‎; born 25 June 1975 in Manchester, England), popularly known as the "Zoo Rabbi", is a British-born Israeli Orthodox rabbi (non-pulpit serving).

Natan Slifkin also Nosson Slifkin (Hebrew: נתן סליפקין‎; born 25 June 1975 in Manchester, England), popularly known as the "Zoo Rabbi", is a British-born Israeli Orthodox rabbi (non-pulpit serving) and director of the Biblical Museum of Natural History in Beit Shemesh, Israel. He is best known for his interest in zoology, science and for his books on these topics, which are controversial to Haredi Jews.

Seasons of life by Nosson Slifkin, 1998, Targum Press, in conjunction with Mishnas Rishonim . the reflection of the Jewish year in the natural world.

the reflection of the Jewish year in the natural world. Published 1998 by Targum Press, in conjunction with Mishnas Rishonim in Southfield, MI. Written in English. Jewish Calendar, Judaism, Nature, Religious aspects of Nature, Religious aspects of Seasons, Religious aspects of Year, Seasons, Year. Torah universe - 1. Classifications.

When G-d created the universe, He used the Bible as His blueprint. First in a series which explores the manifestations of the Bible in the natural world, this work examines the Jewish year and its reflection of plant, animal and seasonal cycles. ISBN13:9781568711102.

This book, a condensation of ideas and observations gained over a period of four decades, will . Let us now seek to discover our own individual answers to our own individual challenges by exploring the cycles and seasons of life. 6. The effect of environment on circumstance.

This book, a condensation of ideas and observations gained over a period of four decades, will attempt to place life, its events, purpose, opportunities and challenges into perspective. It is not intended to be an instructional treatise on either how to achieve success or how to avoid failure. If life were to hold such precise answers to age-old questions, surely their discovery would now be history and each of us would now be living to enjoy our success.

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Rabbi Natan Slifkin (sometimes Nosson Slifkin) (born 1975), also . Seasons of Life: The Reflection of the Jewish Year in the Natural World (Targum Press 1998).

Rabbi Natan Slifkin (sometimes Nosson Slifkin) (born 1975), also popularly known as the "Zoo Rabbi", is an ordained but non-pulpit serving Orthodox rabbi best known for his interest in biology, zoology and natural history and for his books on these topics, which have become a focus o. .Slifkin explores traditional rabbinic perspectives in his books and discusses how they may relate to issues of interest to modern science. His writings elicited little controversy until 2005. Second Focus: Original and Stimulating Essays on Jewish Thought (Targum Press 1999).

Flag as Inappropriate. He now lives with his family in Ramat Beit Shemesh, where he teaches at Yeshivat Lev HaTorah

Flag as Inappropriate. He now lives with his family in Ramat Beit Shemesh, where he teaches at Yeshivat Lev HaTorah. Slifkin has a Master's degree in Judaic Studies from the Lander Institute in Jerusalem, and is studying for his doctorate in Jewish History at Bar-Ilan University. Science, Zoology and Torah. Slifkin is the author of numerous books dealing with the Torah, science and zoology.

Place of Publication. Else in good condition. This book may take up to two business days to be retrieved from storage. AR 638 015. View more books, in related categories: Bible Judaism - Judaica Mishnah, Midrash, Aggadah & Talmud Nature Nature in Israel.

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Cesar
I have been very fortunate to read the Seasons of Life written by author Nosson Slifkin. Also, currently reading some of his other books.
"The Camel, the Hare and the Hyrax: A Study of the Laws of Animals with One Kosher Sign in Light of Modern Zoology" and other books.

Slifkin books will open a new world in relation to Torah and invites the reader to explore the authors view to our own personal view in respect to the Torah.
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From the dust jacket:
"When G-d created the universe, He used the Torah as the genetic blueprint. The Torah Universe is a multi-volume series that explores the manifestation of the Torah in the natural world. Analyzing the Torah enables us to understand the natural world; exploring the natural world helps us to better grasp the paterns of the Torah. And learning of the synchronization between the two leaves one with a profound appreciation of the wisdom of G-d.
"'Seasons of Life,' the first volume of The Torah Universe series, explores how the Jewish year, including the festivals and the months, are reflected in the natural cycle of the seasons and the lives of plants and animals."
That says it all better than anything I could come up with! I really enjoyed this book especially the appendices on fractal mathematics, Torah and DNA and the flow of time. I am looking forward to reading the next book in this series if they are all up to this caliber. If you'd like to get more of a feel on what the author is all about before purchasing this book, check out his website... -- Moza
Dandr
I love this book. the cover got me interested but the material is fascinating. Whether you love nature or being Jewish or both, this is a great book! Highly recommended!