Work in the Teaching of Rabbi Yitzhak Nissenbaum - 10.1628/094457017X14883764175522 - Mohr Siebeck
Jewish Studies

Amir Mashiach

Work in the Teaching of Rabbi Yitzhak Nissenbaum

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Jewish Studies Quarterly (JSQ)

Volume 24 () / Issue 1, pp. 85-100 (16)

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Rabbi Yitzhak Nissenbaum (1868–1943), who stood at the head of the Mizrahi movement in Warsaw, was one of the leading thinkers associated with early religious Zionism, but there is virtually no literature about him in English. As a contribution to scholarship on the varieties of religious Zionism, this study examines an important aspect of Nissenbaum's thought: his understanding of productive manual labor as an essential element of ancient, original Judaism, a requirement for the revival of Judaism in the Land of Israel, and a prerequisite for the Redemption to come.

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