Exegetical essays on the resurrection

The Ein Yaakov is a compilation of the aggadic material in the Babylonian Talmud together with commentary. It was compiled by Jacob ibn Habib and (after his death) by his son Rabbi Levi ibn Habib , and was first published in Saloniki (Greece) in 1515. It was intended as a text of aggadah, that could be studied with "the same degree of seriousness as the Talmud itself". [6] Popularized anthologies did not appear until more recently—these often incorporate "aggadot" from outside of classical Rabbinic literature . The major works include:

Exegetical essays on the resurrection

exegetical essays on the resurrection

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