Keeping God at the Center

Contemplating and Using the Prayerbook
 
 
Hamilton Books (Verlag)
  • erschienen am 10. Juni 2016
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  • 272 Seiten
 
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<span><span style="font-style:italic;">Keeping God at the Center</span><span> is informative as well as instructional. It contains four kinds of teaching: first, insights derived from pondering the meaning of selected phrases and prayers from the traditional liturgy; second: four chapters on the personalist theology behind traditional Jewish prayer; third, meditations on the liturgy and clear instructions on how to pray certain prayers; and, fourth, instructions on how to pray certain prayers mystically. Both those well-acquainted with the prayerbook and those completely unfamiliar with it will be able to derive benefit from this book. It is a continuation of the main themes of Blumenthal's earlier work in Jewish spirituality, theology, and mysticism.</span></span>
  • Englisch
  • Lanham, MD
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  • USA
  • 2,27 MB
978-0-7618-6737-1 (9780761867371)
0761867376 (0761867376)
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By David R. Blumenthal
  • Contents
  • Introduction
  • Remembering
  • Writing
  • Thank You
  • Notes
  • Insights
  • Studying and Listening to the Prayerbook
  • Study and Consciousness
  • Mapping the Siddur
  • Chart of the Order of Service
  • Notes
  • From the Daily Liturgy
  • The Introductory Prayers for the Morning Liturgy
  • "Do Not Bring Us to Temptation or to Humiliation"
  • "Remember the Akeda"
  • "Fear of God, in Secret and in Public"
  • "Acknowledge the Truth, and Speak Truth in One's Heart"
  • Notes
  • The Nusah ha-Tefilla, the Core Prayers, for the Morning Liturgy
  • "Bless the Lord Who Is Blessed" (Bar'khu)
  • "Lord of Our Strength, Rock of Our Fortress"
  • "Holy, Holy, Holy Is the Lord of Hosts"
  • "Cause Our Eyes to Sparkle With Your Torah"
  • "Hear, Oh Israel, the Lord, Our God, the Lord is One" (Sh'ma)
  • "And You Shall Love the Lord, Your God, With All Your Heart"
  • "If You Loyally Obey All My Commandments"
  • "Straying After Your Hearts and Your Eyes"
  • "He Protects, He Resurrects" (Amida)
  • "He Is Holy"
  • "Knowledge, Repentance, Confession, Healing, and Blessing"
  • "Justice, Grace, and Fair Judgment"
  • "Enemies, Saints, and the Israel Defense Forces"
  • "We Acknowledge That You Are . . . And We Thank You For . . . "
  • "The Good One . . . , The Compassionate One"
  • "Grant Peace, Goodness, and Blessing"
  • Notes
  • After the Nusah ha-Tefilla for the Morning Liturgy
  • "Oh, One Who Is Reconciled Through Compassion and One Who Is Appeased by Pleading!"
  • "Indeed, We Do Not Know What to Do, for Our Eyes Are Upon You"
  • "May God Heal the Sick"
  • "So That We Not Strive for Nothing or Be Born to Futility"
  • "Kaddish"-History
  • "Kaddish"-for Mourners
  • Notes
  • From Elsewhere in the Daily Liturgy
  • "Indeed, in Your Hand Are the Souls of the Living and the Dead" (Evening Liturgy)
  • "The King Who Personally Will Always Reign Over Us" (Evening Liturgy)
  • "Salvation and Consolation" (Grace After Meals)
  • Notes
  • From the Shabbat Liturgy
  • "Shalom Aleichem-Peace Unto You, Oh Angels"
  • "Wondrous Power and Faithfulness"
  • "Our Limbs Will Give Thanks, Bless, Praise"
  • "There Is None Like You"
  • "The Reading of the Torah and Haftarah"
  • "We Will Do and We Will Sacrifice"
  • Notes
  • From the Holiday Liturgy
  • "You Have Chosen Us from All the Peoples"
  • "Give Thanks Unto the Lord, for His Loving-Kindness Endures Forever" (Hallel)
  • "As You Saved Yourself, Save Us Now"
  • "In the Beginning, God Created Heaven and Earth"
  • Notes
  • From the High Holiday Liturgy
  • "Selihot / Penitential Prayers"
  • "Selihot Litanies and Aramaic Prose Prayers"
  • "Lord, Lord, God of Compassion"
  • "Our Father, Our King"
  • "Put Fear of You into All Your Works" (Rosh Ha-Shana)
  • "In the Book of Life"
  • "Hannah's Prayer"
  • "Jeremiah's Comfort"
  • "Who Has Commanded Us to Sound the Shofar"
  • "Kol Nidrei" (Yom Kippur)
  • "I Have Sinned, Transgressed, and Rebelled"
  • "Forgive Us. Forgo Our Debts. Grant Us Atonement."
  • Notes
  • Epilogue
  • "Praying Next to a Survivor"
  • Notes
  • Thoughts
  • Talking about God
  • Introduction
  • Complexity
  • Talking about God in the Jewish Tradition
  • Note
  • Personality
  • Introduction
  • Six Personalist Attributes of God
  • Notes
  • Holiness
  • What Is Holiness?
  • Overlap
  • Relating to Holiness
  • Texts of Holiness
  • Notes
  • Morality
  • Religion and Morality
  • Overlap
  • Texts of Morality
  • Notes
  • Talking about God, Revisited
  • Two Images
  • How to Talk about God
  • How to Be a Theologian
  • Note
  • Meditations
  • Praying the Prayerbook
  • Introduction
  • Kavvana: The Art of Jewish Prayer
  • An Introductory Meditation
  • Multiple Consciousness as a Way of Prayer
  • Reciting Psalm 118: 25 with Kavvana: An Example
  • Notes
  • Kavvana: Three Traditional Sources
  • Leading Prayer
  • A Flaming Heart
  • Law and Spirituality
  • Notes
  • Kavvana: How to Pray in a Jewish Way
  • Some Initial Practical Advice
  • More Practical Advice
  • A Last Bit of Practical Advice
  • Notes
  • Using the Siddur
  • Ways to Recite the Bar'khu
  • Ways to Recite the Sh'ma
  • Ways to Recite the Amida
  • Ways to Recite the Ashrei
  • Ways to Recite the Kaddish
  • Notes
  • How To
  • How to Bless Your Children
  • How to Light Shabbat Candles and Make Kiddush
  • How to Sing a Song to God
  • How to Confess One's Sins (Viddui)
  • How to Be Angry with God
  • Notes
  • A Jewish "Mandala"
  • Notes
  • Mystical Meditations
  • Praying the Prayerbook Mystically
  • On the Difference between Jewish Spirituality and Jewish Mysticism
  • A Bit of Advice
  • Notes
  • A Different Theology
  • Introduction
  • The Ten Sefirot
  • Understanding the Realm of the Ten Sefirot
  • Notes
  • A Reading from the Zohar
  • Sacrifice, Prayer, and the Heavenly Union (Zohar, 1: 243b-244a)
  • Interpretation
  • Notes
  • Reciting Prayers with Zoharic Kavvana
  • Reciting Lekha Adonay Ha-Gedula
  • Reciting Barukh She-'Amar
  • Reciting Kadosh, Kadosh, Kadosh
  • Reciting Sh'ma
  • Reciting the Amida
  • Reciting the Priestly Blessing
  • Notes
  • A Closing Meditation
  • Who Am "I"?
  • Notes
  • Bibliography
  • Index

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