2 edition of Jews, God and history. found in the catalog.
Jews, God and history.
Max Isaac Dimont
by W.H. Allen
Written in English
Originally published, Simon & Schuster, 1962.
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Jewish history - Wikipedia. Judaism is the world’s oldest monotheistic religion, dating back nearly 4, years. Followers of Judaism believe in one God who revealed himself through ancient prophets. History is. Jews, God, and History [SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR] by Dimont, Max I.
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Jews, God, and history. [New York] New American Library  (OCoLC) Why Jewish History Is So Hard to Write. in the Book of Genesis, is called by God to be the father of a great nation. This was the origin of the Jewish people, according to its own age-old self.
God, not Balfour, gave Israel to the Jews It should not be in the Torah, which is a book of law, not history.
The Torah should have started with the first commandment, to bless the new moon. The Talmud says that, on Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish new year, God inscribes our names in one of three books: The Book of Life for the .