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History of Messianic Speculation in Israel from the First to the Seventeenth Centuries

Abba H. Silver

History of Messianic Speculation in Israel from the First to the Seventeenth Centuries

by Abba H. Silver

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A history of Messianic speculation in Israel: from the first through the seventeenth centuries, Abba Silver; An attempt was made there in , by Rabbi Jacob Berab, to . The mosaic eschatological prophet. Format Book Published Philadelphia, Society of Biblical Literature, A history of Messianic speculation in Israel: from the first through the seventeenth centuries. Silver, Abba Hillel, BMS

  In his new book, Israel in Bible Prophecy: Past, Present, & Future – Dr. David Reagan explores the Biblical record in search of answers. As is typical for Dr. Reagan, he approaches the subject with an engaging style, a great deal of common sense, and plain spoken no-nonsenses.   Watson’s references to Irenaeus and Tertullian are drawn from Silver, The History of Messianic Speculation in Israel ; and from Norman Cohn, The Pursuit of the Millennium: Revolutionary Millenarians and Mystical Anarchists of the Middle Ages (New York: Oxford University Press, ), Ibid., p.

Thirty-five years after the publication of Hebrew Christianity: Its Theology, History, and Philosophy, Dr. Arnold Fruchtenbaum has again surveyed the rapidly changing face of the Messianic Jewish Community. The Remnant of Israel: The History, Theology, and Philosophy of the Messianic Jewish Community, is an update on the growing and diversifying community of Jews who have found favor with God. See A. H. Silver, A History of Messianic Speculation in Israel: From the First through the Seventeenth Centuries (Massachusetts, ), pp. Mishneh Torah, Introduction, par. 42, trans. from the Hebrew text reconstructed according to the Yemenite manuscripts by the staff of Mechon Mamre ().


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I'm posting this review of "The History of Messianic Speculation in Israel: From the First Through the Seventeenth Centuries" () with the Kessinger reprint edition because it is the only in-print version at the time of writing this.5/5(1). History of Messianic Speculation in Israel from the First to the Seventeenth Centuries [Silver, Abba H.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

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A history of Messianic speculation in Israel from the first through the seventeenth centuries. [Abba Hillel Silver] History of Messianic speculation in Israel. New York, Macmillan Co., (OCoLC) Document Type. A history of Messianic speculation in Israel: from the first through the seventeenth centuries.

Request This. Author Silver, Abba Hillel, Title A history of Messianic speculation in Israel: from the first through the seventeenth centuries / by Abba Hillel Silver ; with a new preface by the author.

Format Book Published. A History of Messianic Speculation in Israel: From the First Through the Seventeenth Centuries () The nucleus of this book is Silver's doctorate thesis at Hebrew Union College.

It begins before the birth of Jesus and continues through the Shabbatai Zevi movement in the 17th century.

A history of Messianic speculation in Israel, from the first through the seventeenth centuries. Responsibility With a new pref. by the author. Imprint Boston, Beacon Press [] Physical description xxi, p.

21 cm. Series Beacon paperback no. Online. Available online. But the first century, especially just before the destruction of the Temple in Jerusalem (70 AD), “witnessed a remarkable outburst of Messianic emotionalism,” A History of Messianic Speculation in Israel: From the First through the Seventeenth Centuries, Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver.

A History of Messianic Speculation in Israel from the First through the Seventeenth Centuries. New York: Macmillan Company. The Democratic Impulse in Jewish History. New York: Bloch Publishing Company. Religion in a Changing World. New York: R.R. Smith. The World Crisis and Jewish Survival: A Group of Essays.

New York: R.R. A History of Messianic Speculation in Israel: From the First through the Seventeenth Centuries. New York: Macmillan, E-mail Citation» Silver examines the history of the practice of “calculating the end,” and its methods and impact.

Republished as recently as (Gloucester, MA: Peter Smith). CHAPTER XXI MESSIANIC SPECULATIONS I. JEWISH SPECULATIONS A. Talmudical Period IN VIEW of the fact that the Messianic hope was the heart of prophetic utterances and of the further fact that, during Israel's long exile since the destruction of the Second Temple, it has sustained the nation in every crisis, this treatise would be incomplete without investigating the interpretation of such.

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Top American Full text of "Judaica". A history of Messianic speculation in Israel from the first through the seventeenth centuries (New York, The Macmillan company, ), by Abba Hillel Silver (page images at HathiTrust) Messianic prophecy; its origin, historical growth, and relation to New Testament fulfilment, (Edinburgh, T.

& T. Clark, ), by Eduard Riehm (page images at. This volume also contains excellent bibliographical information. A somewhat dated but still useful overview of this literature in English is Abba Hillel Silver's A History of Messianic Speculation in Israel from the First through the Seventeenth Centuries (New York, ), especially part 1, chapter 2.

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theology until the seventeenth century, and even then is was not full-blown Preterism, but mixed with historicism (believing that the book of Revelation traced the entirety of church history).

Although Christianity began as a Jewish sect nearly two millennia ago, it gradually morphed into a Gentile religion quite different than its Jewish roots.

deliverance and the speculation as to when it will come, the direct result of that longing, were ever present. Our author has searched diligently the literature of the entire period and succeeded in presenting a most ' A History of Messianic Speculation in Israel.

From the First through the Seventeenth Centuries. By ABBA HILLEL SILVER, D.D. New. For a case study with ample references to secondary literature see Richard Popkin, “Jewish-Christian Relations in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries: The Conception of the Messiah,” in The Frank Talmage Memorial Volume, ed.

Barry Walfish (= Jewish History 6, vol. 2), – For the “pursuit of the millennium” in the period of the French Revolution itself see Clarke Garrett Cited by: 2. Unsurpassed for nearly half a century, and now with a new introduction and appendix by William P.

Brown, John Bright's A History of Israel will continue to be a standard for a new generation of students of the Old Testament. This book remains a classic in the literature of theological education.4/5. MESSIANISM: JEWISH MESSIANISM.

The term messianism denotes a movement, or a system of beliefs and ideas, centered on the expectation of the advent of a messiah (derived from the Hebrew mashia ḥ, "the anointed one").The Hebrew verb masha ḥ means to anoint objects or persons with oil for ordinary secular purposes as well as for sacral purposes.

In due course the nominative form came to. 10 See, e.g., Joseph Drummond, The Jewish Messiah: A Critical History of the Messianic Idea among the Jews from the Rise of the Maccabees to the Closing of the Talmud (London: Longman, ); Abba Hillel Silver, A History of Messianic Speculation in Israel from the First through the.Page - Abba Hillel Silver, A History of Messianic Speculation in Israel from the First through the Seventeenth Centuries (Boston, ); and Gershom Scholem, "Zum Verstandnis der messianischen Idee im Judentum," Judaica (Frankfurt am Main, ).

The notion that the advent of the Messianic age will come in the form of miraculous events at the hands of unworldly people is a misnomer that is undermined by the subtext in the Book .