Moses and the vocation of the Jewish people
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Published by Harper in New York, NY .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Moses.,
  • Judaism -- History -- Ancient period.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementtranslated by Irene Marinoff.
SeriesMen of wisdom -- MW7.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBS580.M6 N43
The Physical Object
Pagination191 p.
Number of Pages191
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21083891M
LC Control Number59-6652

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  Although the context of the first verse of the book of Vayikra is God commanding Moses to deliver a message about the sacrificial service to the Israelites, Rabbi Sacks and Rashi are suggesting that the text is intimating that God was calling on Moses to his vocation – to be the leader of the Jewish people at that moment in history. Israel’s True Identity and Vocation The title for this talk, Israel’s True Identity and Vocation, comes from an article by Dr. Gregory Vall published in The Thomist, April I thank Dr. Vall for his important article on the identity of Israel, which I strongly recommend for further study.   Paul places the later covenant with Moses on the mountain of Sinai. It was the covenant that gave us the Jewish people, centered on the Palestinian city of Jerusalem. He tells us that Jerusalem at that time was in slavery, but that the true Jerusalem is “on high” and is free. The word for work in Hebrew, avodah, is the same used for prayer. Avodah connotes service. (It is also the word for slavery, which is involuntary service.) Work is not only a necessary part of life, it is a form of service to the world, to the rest of humanity, and to God. We are meant to be of Author: Rabbi Michael Strassfeld.