Studies in the Zohar
SUNY Press, 1993 - 262 páginas
This book deals with the "Book of Splendor" (Sefer ha-Zohar), the greatest achievement of Kabbalah and one of the most influential sources of Western mysticism. This book offers a new interpretation of the Zohar, analyzing both its theoretical content and its historical context; it also brings the theory and the history together by indicating the personal and autobiographical elements in the Zohar's teachings. The author delves into the issues of the messianic elements of the Zohar, the way it was written, and its relationship to Christianity, Gnosticism, and Talmudic literature.
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The Messiah of the Zohar On R Simeon bar Yohai as a Messianic Figure
How the Zohar Was Written
Christian Influences on the Zohar
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