4 edition of Resources in Sacred Dance, 1991: Annotated Bibliography from Christian and Jewish Traditions found in the catalog.
Resources in Sacred Dance, 1991: Annotated Bibliography from Christian and Jewish Traditions
by Sacred Dance Guild
Written in English
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Rachel Biale, Women and Jewish Law: An Exploration of Women’s Issues In Halakhic Sources, Schocken Books, Phyllis Bird, “Images of Women in the Old Testament,” in Religion and Sexism: Images of Woman in the Jewish and Christian Traditions, edited . Particularly emphasized are the customs and folk traditions of Jewish outposts the world over. Authoritative and accessible, The New Encyclopedia of Judaism fulfills the promise of the first edition and serves as a standard one-volume Jewish reference work for the new millennium.
These are the divisions of time in The Jewish book of days (), i.e. the literal and metaphorical time of the leaf, described as the season of spring shading into summer, of water within fire; a time when “trees and all living things must use their multiple resources to wrest water and nutrients from the wind and soil” (p). An older form of this annotated bibliography can be found in R. S. Hess and G. J. Wenham, eds., Make the Old Testament Live: From Curriculum to Classroom. Eerdmans, , pp. The volume itself is a unique collection of essays on teaching the Old Testament from a variety of perspectives.
This book provides over 2, entries with concise information on the people, terms, places, and elements of music in the Jewish and Christian traditions. It focuses especially on English-speaking North Americans. Dictionary of Western Church Music. By David Poultney. Chicago: American Library Association, The Jewish Book of Why(Jonathan David Publishers). Concise, straightforward, and unbiased answers to many of the questions asked about our Jewish way of life. Kolatch, Alfred J., The Second Jewish Book of Why(Jonathan David Publishers). A companion to volume one. Lamm, Maurice, The Jewish Way in Love and Marriage (Harper and Rowe).
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Resources in sacred dance: annotated bibliography from Christian and Jewish traditions: books, booklets and pamphlets, articles and serial publications, media, and reference sources. Print book: English: revision of edView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews. Rush, E.
Gardner, Music and Dance of the World’s Religions: A 1991: Annotated Bibliography from Christian and Jewish Traditions book, Annotated Bibliography of Materials in the English Language, Greenwood Press,ISBN Sachs, Curt, World History of the Dance, WW Norton & Co.,ISBN This book discusses early Christian notions of the body-diet, sexuality, the passions, and the ideal of virginity-and sheds light on the growth of Christian ideals that remain powerful cultural.
The books and articles in this short bibliography document just a small portion of that multiplicity of approaches. Blumenthal, David R. Facing the Abusing God: A Theology of Protest. Louisville, KY: Westminster/John Knox Press, — A controversial book by a Jewish.
“Judaism and the Environment: Annotated Bibliography.” Oxford. Bibliographies in Jewish Studies. Online: article ID _____. “Ecology in Judaism” In Encyclopedia of Sciences and Religion. Edited by Anne L. Runehov and Lluiz Oviedo.
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The Sacred Art of Dying (GS) by Kenneth Kramer. An associate professor of religious studies at San Jose State University presents the story of death in its comparative religious context.
Working it Through, by Elizabeth Kubler-Ross, M.D. Kubler-Ross writes that this book is a testament to“faith and the ability to survive and transcend the.
An older form of this annotated bibliography can be found in R. Hess and Messianic Jewish and Christian scholars address key themes, issues and challenges in contemporary Messianic Judaism.
Strong on literary analysis and a folklorist understanding of the preservation of the traditions in the book. Schneider, Tammi J. Judges. Berit. The second section focuses on affinities between premodern Christian visions of hope and twentieth-century thought.
The final section of the book examines the relationship between postmodern thought, Christian tradition, and biblical hope, addressing how Christians in a postmodern world can best articulate their faith. Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet.
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Jacobson, Joshua R. A Selective Annotated Bibliography of Jewish and Israeli Choral Music. Newton, MA: HaZamir Publications, Jacobson, Joshua. “A Possible Influence of Traditional Chant on a Synagogue Motet of Salamone Rossi.” Musica Judaica X (1 ): Jacobson, Joshua.
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African-American Traditions in Song, Sermon, Tale, and Dance, s An Annotated Bibliography of Literature, Collections, and Artworks. The Greenwood Encyclopedia of Black Music.
New York: Greenwood Press, African American Christian Musical Traditions: Historical and Theoretical Writing. It includes a history of gospel music and its substyles as a part of a body of sacred music central to many African American Christian worship traditions (i.e., camp meetings songs, metered hymns, arranged spirituals, and Pentecostal music traditions).
The last chapter discusses issues facing church music in the 21st century. Cusic, Don. The Great Dance: The Christian Vision Revisited. Ladd, George.
The Gospel of the Kingdom: Scriptural Studies in the Kingdom of God (Eerdmans: ). A classic, still-used examination of the kingdom of God as both present and future. Schoalrly, but it often reads devotionally. For coverage of Jewish communal studies and other relevant research in American Jewish history, consult Judaica Americana: An Annotated Bibliography of Publications From –, by Nathan M.
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from this book. This is a valuable resource for church councils and education committees. Bibliographical Articles. Adler, Israel, The study of Jewish Music.A bibliographical guide (Jerusalem ); Benzoor, Nina, Bibliography of the Jewish music periodicals (AMLI studies in music bibliography 2; Haifa ) Heskes, Irene, The resource book of Jewish music.A bibliographical and topical guide to the book and journal literature and program materials (Connecticut ).Croner, Helga, and Leon Klenicki, eds.
Issues in the Jewish-Christian Dialogue: Jewish Perspectives on Covenant, Mission, and Witness. New York: Paulist Press, Cunningham, Philip A. Education for Shalom: Religion Textbooks and the Enhancement of the Catholic and Jewish Relationship.ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustrations ; 23 cm: Contents: Cultic movement in the Canaanite and Jewish traditions --Cultic movement in the first two centuries of the Christian church --Cultic movement in liturgical prayer from the fourth century to the present --The place of movement in the liturgical prayer of today --A chronology of.