Judaism And Healing

Author by : J. David Bleich
Languange : en
Publisher by : KTAV Publishing House, Inc.
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Description : Judaism and Healing is a concise, incisive, but nontechnical study of major issues in medical bioethics. Rabbi Bleich examines each topic from the perspective of Jewish tradition. Truth-telling, professional secrecy, population policy, abortion, sex-change surgery, test tube babies, animal experimentation, euthanasia, autopsy, and sex preselection are among the more than thirty topics discussed as a guide to understanding the teachings of normative Judaism. This new and expanded edition adds chapters on AIDS, surrogate motherhood, pregnancy reduction, cloning, and palliation of pain. Rabbi Bleich presents in a clear and lucid manner principles and concerns which enter into the formulation of a Jewish response to each of these issues. Judaism and Healing is a treasure-trover of information with regard to the concerns of both bioethics and Jewish law.


Healing And The Jewish Imagination

Author by : William Cutter
Languange : en
Publisher by : Jewish Lights Publishing
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Description : Through unique--and sometimes controversial--perspectives, a group of celebrated thinkers pushes the boundaries of Jewish knowledge, investing the search for healing with new ideas and new ways to look at old texts.


Sha Arei Refuah Gates Of Jewish Healing

Author by : Wally Spiegler
Languange : en
Publisher by : Lulu.com
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Description : Sha'arei Refuah: Gates of Jewish Healing is the first book if its kind to present the theory and practice of Jewish healing. As more and more professional health care workers are finding their way into Jewish healing, they recognize that the present standards are just not sufficient to enable true and lasting healing. Therapists of every kind believe that a more clinical approach is needed to deal with the everyday, chronic problems, in addition to the life threatening illnesses, from which many of us suffer. We need a health system that includes spirituality in which we can participate to bring wholeness into our lives. The purpose of this book is to provide readers with Jewish thoughts on healing together with practical tools to help overcome illness of every kind. Jewish healing is entering a new phase, which goes beyond the prevalent standard of bikkur cholim (visiting the sick), supporting families facing medical crises, and comforting mourners.


Jewish Paths Toward Healing And Wholeness

Author by : Kerry M. Olitzky
Languange : en
Publisher by : Jewish Lights Publishing
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Description : Grounded in the spiritual tradition of Judaism, this book provides healing rituals, psalms, and prayers that help readers initiate a dialogue with God to guide them through the complicated path of healing and wholeness.


Teaching Religion And Healing

Author by : Linda L. Barnes
Languange : en
Publisher by : Oxford University Press
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Description : The study of medicine and healing traditions is well developed in the discipline of anthropology. Most religious studies scholars, however, continue to assume that "medicine" and "biomedicine" are one and the same and that when religion and medicine are mentioned together, the reference is necessarily either to faith healing or bioethics. Scholars of religion also have tended to assume that religious healing refers to the practices of only a few groups, such as Christian Scientists and pentecostals. Most are now aware of the work of physicians who attempt to demonstrate positive health outcomes in relation to religious practice, but few seem to realize the myriad ways in which healing pervades virtually all religious systems. This volume is designed to help instructors incorporate discussion of healing into their courses and to encourage the development of courses focused on religion and healing. It brings together essays by leading experts in a range of disciplines and addresses the role of healing in many different religious traditions and cultural communities. An invaluable resource for faculty in anthropology, religious studies, American studies, sociology, and ethnic studies, it also addresses the needs of educators training physicians, health care professionals, and chaplains, particularly in relation to what is referred to as "cultural competence" - the ability to work with multicultural and religiously diverse patient populations.


Yoga And Judaism Second Edition

Author by : Steven J. Gold
Languange : en
Publisher by : Steven Gold
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Description : This work is subtitled, "Om Shalom: Explorations of a Jewish Yogi". It expresses insights, connections and syntheses between the traditions of Judaism, including Jewish mysticism and kabala; the Western Mystical Tradition, including Theosophy and related subjects; and the Eastern Spiritual Tradition as expressed through Indian Yoga and Vedanta. It contains a succinct summary of basic spiritual principles distilled from years of study, meditation and self-transformation.The improved and expanded second edition contains new material on Hebrew Mantras and Jewish Healing Meditation, along with other additions and revisions. Learn about aspects of Yoga beyond the mat and Judaism beyond religion, and the many connections between these two ancient spiritual traditions. Includes practical guides to basic Yoga and Jewish meditation and healing meditation and their theoretical underpinnings. This Second Edition is the same as the other one listed, just with a different ISBN for different distribution.


From Christian Science To Jewish Science

Author by : Ellen M. Umansky
Languange : en
Publisher by : Oxford University Press on Demand
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Description : During the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, thousands of American Jews were drawn to the teachings of Christian Science. Viewing such attraction with alarm, American Reform Rabbis sought to counter Christian Science's appeal by formulating a Jewish vision of happiness and health. Unlike Christian Science, it acknowledged the benefits of modern medicine yet, sharing the belief in God as the true source of healing, similarly emphasized the power of visualization and affirmative prayer. Though the numbers of those formally affiliated with Jewish would remain small, its emphasis on the connection between mind and body influenced scores of rabbis and thousands if not hundreds of thousands of American Jews, predating contemporary Jewish interest in spiritual healing by more than seventy years. Examining an important and previously unwritten chapter in the story of American Judaism, this book sheds light on religious and social concerns of twentieth-century American Jewry, including ways in which adherence to Jewish Science helped thousands bridge the perceived gap between Judaism and modernity.


Judaism Medicine And Healing

Author by : Ronald H. Isaacs
Languange : en
Publisher by : Jason Aronson Incorporated
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Healing The Jewish Christian Rift

Author by : Ron Miller
Languange : en
Publisher by : SkyLight Paths Publishing
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Description : In a probing interfaith dialogue, a Christian scholar and Jewish writer trace the Jewish-Christian schism to the very source of Christianity in the New Testament, specifically in its first book--the Gospel of Matthew. Original.


Judaism When Christianity Began

Author by : Jacob Neusner
Languange : en
Publisher by : Westminster John Knox Press
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Description : In this book, Jacob Neusner gives an introductory, systematic, and holistic account of the theology and practice of Rabbinic Judaism, which emerged, along with Christianity, from antiquity and formed the classical statement of Judaism to the present day. He offers a description of beliefs and practices, theology as expressed in mythic narratives, and norms of ritual and symbolic behavior. Neusner also discusses: revelation and scripture, the doctrine of God, the definition of the holy, the chain of tradition embodied in the story of the written and oral Torah, the intervention of God in history through miracles, sacred space, atonement and repentance, death and afterlife, and art and symbol in Judaism.