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Priestly Initiation in Ancient Israel

By iAiS | September 19, 2019
Ancient Israelite Spirituality

The Sôd Hypothesis as the Missing Link between Israel’s Earliest Civilization and Cultic Praxis and Mysterium Tremendum of Its Deity

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Kirkus Review of Mysticism and Meaning–Multidisciplinary Perspectives (Three Pines Press)

By iAiS | September 17, 2019
Ancient Israelite Spirituality

TITLE INFORMATIONMYSTICISM AND MEANINGMultidisciplinary PerspectivesAlex S. Kohav, EditorThree Pines Press (304 pp.)ISBN: 978-1-931483-40-7; August 31, 2019 BOOK REVIEW A collection of essays that explores the many dimensions of the mystical, including personal, theoretical, and historical. Kohav, a professor of philosophy at the Metropolitan State College of Denver and the editor of this collection, provocatively asks…

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Ancient Israelite Priestly Initiation and the Question of Mosaic Kabbalah

By iAiS | September 17, 2019
What Is Mosaic Kabbalah

Ancient Israelite Priestly Initiation and the question of Mosaic Kabbalah Issues and Background Related to The Sôd Hypothesis   FAQs apropos A. S. Kohav’s book, The Sôd Hypothesis: Phenomenological, Semiotic, Cognitive, and Noetic-Literary Recovery of the Pentateuch’s Embedded Inner-Core Mystical Initiation Tradition of Ancient Israelite Cultic Religion (updated September 2014)   Alex S. Kohav, PhD.   Has…

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