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The Death of Death

Resurrection & Immortality in Jewish Thought

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A new work by noted theologian Neil Gillman, explores the original and compelling argument that Judaism, a religion often thought to pay little attention to the afterlife, not only offers us rich ideas on this subject -- but actually delivers a deathblow to death itself. By exploring Jewish thought about death and the afterlife, this fascinating work presents us with challenging new ideas about our lives.

  • By Neil Gillman
  • (318 Pages)Publisher: Jewish Lights, 2000

"Rabbi Sheldon Zimmerman - President, Hebrew Union College - Jewish Institute of Religion" - Rabbi Sheldon Zimmerman - President, Hebrew Union College - Jewish Institute of Religion

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