The Forbidden Relations and the Early Tannaim

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Sod (Hebrew: סוד‎‎ lit. “secret” or “mystery”): the inner, esoteric (metaphysical) meanings, expressed in kabbalah. Wolfson’s work was criticized by such scholars as Arthur Green because it disrupted the contemporary reconstruction of Judaism on the basis of Kabbalah. The idea was obviously a development of a branch of Old Testament theology. Kabbalists believed that God is impossible to comprehend. Now, it was during this Babylonian exile where the leaders of Judah began calling themselves rabbis (‘my great one’), claiming to be the scholars of Torah (the law), but in actuality, mixing it up with Babylonian religions and satanic worship, eventually replacing the truth of Torah with lies of Satanism.

Pages: 242

Publisher: iUniverse, Inc. (February 16, 2007)

ISBN: 0595428436

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