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Presentation
Temple and Jerusalem in Jewish Life of the Medieval Diaspora
40th International Conference on Medieval Studies (2005)
  • Asher Finkel, Seton Hall University
Abstract
This paper examines the importance of the Temple in Jewish tradition and the presence of Jews and their rabbinic leaders in Jerusalem throughout the Middle Ages. The paper was presented at the 40th International Conference on Medieval Studies at Western Michigan University on May 6, 2005.
Keywords
  • Temple,
  • Jerusalem,
  • Jewish Life,
  • Medieval Diaspora,
  • Temple Mount,
  • mourners of Zion,
  • rabbinic scholars,
  • Nahmanides,
  • Talmud,
  • Pablo Christiani,
  • expulsion,
  • Kabbalah,
  • Yosef Karo,
  • Sabbatainism,
  • Dead Sea Scrolls,
  • Jewish-Christian,
  • religious Zionism,
  • Christianity,
  • Reform Judaism,
  • Reconstructionist Judaism,
  • set-apart,
  • RaSHi of Troyes,
  • Ps 111,
  • Psalm 111,
  • 613 commandments,
  • orthodox Jewry,
  • third Temple,
  • Abraham ibn David of Posquirre,
  • God’s mysterium sod,
  • Ibn David,
  • Provence Hassidim,
  • Mk 14,
  • Mark 14,
  • Christology,
  • Mark 11,
  • Mk 11,
  • Isaiah 56,
  • Isa 56,
  • Psalm 69,
  • Ps 69,
  • Urzeit wirdt Endzeit,
  • Paradise,
  • third heaven,
  • Zevul,
  • Talmud Hagigah,
  • New Jerusalem,
  • Enoch,
  • Qumran,
  • Sabbath Services,
  • Exod 15,
  • Exodus 15,
  • I Kings 8,
  • 1 Kings 9,
  • Jer 17,
  • Jeremiah 17,
  • Ps 11,
  • Psalm 11,
  • Rabba Exod,
  • Berakhot,
  • mysticism,
  • Pater Noster,
  • angelic liturgy,
  • trishagion,
  • Tavnit,
  • Exodus 25,
  • Ex 25
Publication Date
May, 2005
Citation Information
Asher Finkel, "Temple and Jerusalem in Jewish Life of the Medieval Diaspora." Paper presented at the 40th International Conference on Medieval Studies. Western Michigan University: Kalamazoo, MI, May 6, 2005. Available at: http://works.bepress.com/asher_finkel/19.