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Ibn Ezra"s commentary on the Pentateuch

Abraham ben Meir Ibn Ezra

Ibn Ezra"s commentary on the Pentateuch

Exodus (Shemot)

by Abraham ben Meir Ibn Ezra

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Published by Menorah Publishing Company in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bible. -- O.T. -- Exodus -- Commentaries -- Early works to 1800.,
  • Bible.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementtranslated and annotated by H. Norman Strickman & Arthur M. Silver.
    ContributionsStrickman, H. Norman, 1940-, Silver, Arthur M., 1930-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBS1225
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxii, 769 p. ;
    Number of Pages769
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19801643M

    A critical edition of the text of Rashi's commentary with a supercommentary, called Zekhor le-Avraham, was prepared by Abraham *Berliner (). The concise, abrupt, and enigmatic style of Abraham ibn Ezra gave rise to numerous supercommentaries, not only on his commentary on the Pentateuch, but also on those to other books of the Bible. Abraham ben Meir ibn Ezra, (born /93, Tudela, Emirate of Saragossa—died , Calahorra, Spain), poet, grammarian, traveller, Neoplatonic philosopher, and astronomer, best known as a biblical exegete whose commentaries contributed to the Golden Age of Spanish Judaism.. As a young man, he lived in Muslim Spain. Not much is known about his early life.

    Abraham ibn Ezra –; Ibn Ezra was a contemporary of the Rashbam. His commentary on Chumash was reprinted under the name Sefer HaYashar. He clearly separates the literal meaning of a biblical verse from the traditional meaning, upon which the halacha is based, and from the homiletic meaning drush. He explains that the traditional. PENTATEUCH READING GUIDE AND ASSIGNMENTS "There is a strange idea abroad that in every subject the ancient books should be read only by the professionals, and that the amateur should Ibn Ezra d re. Gen. Must have been written in period whenFile Size: KB.

    The unorthodox secrets of ibn Ezra. Anyone who wants to understand the rational philosophy of Abraham ibn Ezra and his method of interpreting scripture needs to read this Hebrew book because Bonfils reveals the ibn Ezra ideas that he hinted at in his commentary but did not reveal explicitly. Rabbi Abraham Ibn Ezra’s Commentary on Books of Psalms: Chapters avg rating — 0 ratings. Want to Read saving /5(3).


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In his long commentary to Exodusibn Ezra accepted the general rabbinic view that “I am the Lord your God” is the first of the Ten Commandments. However, in his commentary on Deuteronomyhe states that while he recognizes the rabbinic view, he prefers to see the conventionally understood first two commands as a single command.5/5(1).

Tov Elam, in Sophnath Paneah (on this verse) explains that Ibn Ezra interprets the passage to allow only the healing of wounds, not illnesses. In ibn Ezra’s short commentary to this verse and his long commentary to Exodus26, he is more restrictive.

He states that the talmudic view is the opinion of a single individual.5/5(2). However, his chief claim to fame rests on his commentary on the Bible, especially on the Pentateuch, the five books of Moses. Ibn Ezra's commentary constitutes a major contribution to Biblical exegesis.

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Ibn Ezra's works influenced all major Bible commentators. About Abraham Ben Meir Ibn Ezra. Abraham Ibn Ezra was born in Tudela, in the present-day Spanish province of Navarre, when the town was under the Muslim rule of the emirs of Zaragoza.

It gives his interpretations of the book of Leviticus. The following are some examples of his thinking about Leviticus. In his long and short commentaries to ExodusIbn Ezra explains that the Torah may prohibit “Thou shalt not seethe a kid in its mother’s milk” because it wants to train us to avoid cruel behavior.5/5(2).

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