3 edition of Christianity of Sholem Asch found in the catalog.
Christianity of Sholem Asch
|Statement||[From the Yiddish by Abraham Burstein]|
|LC Classifications||PJ5129.A8 Z783|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||276|
|LC Control Number||53011659|
Open Library is an initiative of the Internet Archive, a (c)(3) non-profit, building a digital library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital projects include the Wayback Machine, and “Christianity as a Consistent Area of Investigation of Sholem Asch’s Works Prior to The Nazarene.” Yiddish 9 (): Focuses on how Asch treated Christianity in the works he wrote.
This study is the first critical biography in English of Sholem Asch, who did little in his lifetime to make such a task an easy one. Asch was not a "tidy" writer. He lived in many cities and countries, wrote tirelessly, and kept little record of his numerous novels, stories, and essays—much less of the countless Yiddish, Hebrew, and European periodicals and newspapers (most of them now long. Nine Yiddish Writers: Critical Appreciations by Harry Rogoff, ; The Christianity of Sholem Asch: An Appraisal from the Jewish Viewpoint by Hayim Lieberman, translated by Abraham Burstein, ; The Flowering of Yiddish Literature by Solomon Liptzin, ; The Controversial Sholem Asch: An Introduction to His Fiction by Ben Siegel,
Sharp criticism of Sholem Asch, noted Jewish writer, is voiced in all leading Jewish newspapers for the opinions on religion he expressed in an interview given to the Christian Herald, during. The Interfaith Temperament A Passage in the Night. by Sholem Asch. Putnam. pp. $ A Passage in the Night is not a good novel, but it does make all the talk heard for years about Asch’s “apostasy” seem mere partisan call A Passage in the Night a work of religiosity rather than of religion in no way impugns either Asch’s sincerity or his piety, both of which seem to.
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The Nazarene (The Founders of Christianity Book 1) - Kindle edition by Asch, Sholem. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.
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The Apostle (The Founders of Christianity Book 2) - Kindle edition by Asch, Sholem. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Apostle (The Founders of Christianity Book 2)/5(32).
Sholem Asch's book, The Nazarene, and its many pages are saturated with the Jewish life styles of Jesus and the Jewish centuries preceding him. These lifestyles are portrayed in great detail by a very talented Jew of the Jews who also writes about the life of Jesus with great learning/5(25).
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Lieberman, Ḥayim, Christianity of Sholem Asch. New York, Philosophical Library  (OCoLC) Sholem Asch has 47 books on Goodreads with ratings. Sholem Asch’s most popular book is The Nazarene. The book flap calls the author, Sholem Asch, "the greatest of living Jewish writers." This is surely a matter of taste.
The opening line is: "In the young manhood of our people when it was imbued with lusty shepherd strength, our fathers, rocking in the humps of their camels across the desert, saw the stars in 3/5. Sholem Asch was a Yiddish writer, a Polish Jew who wrote about shtetl life in Europe and became very well known, with his work being translated into many languages.
He moved to America in his 30s and began writing about the Jewish immigrant experience here/5(4). Alan Shore, has recently undertaken Yiddish language studies at YIVO in New York City, with an eye toward entering a Ph.D.
program in which he will focus on the work of Sholem presently serves as Staff Writer and National Ministries Representative with Chosen People Ministries.
He is well known for his presentation of the one-man drama, A Chosen Vessel – The Life. The christianity of Sholem Asch: an appraisal from the Jewish viewpoint. [Chaim Lieberman] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library.
Create. "Let the Nobel Committee convene as soon as may be and award this year's prize for literature to Sholem Asch." —Clifton Fadiman, The New Yorker "No.
4 best-seller on U.S. fiction lists last week was a religious book, The Apostle—Sholem Asch's dramatic portrayal of the life of one of the greatest Christian leaders, Paul of Tarsus."/5(16).
Sholem Asch, Polish-born American novelist and playwright, the most controversial and one of the most widely known writers in modern Yiddish literature.
One of the 10 surviving children of a poor family, Asch was educated at Kutno’s Hebrew school. In he went to Warsaw, and in he published. This book paints a picture of the characters in Jerusalem at the time of Christ.
It is as if Sholem Asch were one of these characters, masterfully detailing life in Israel while under the rule of Rome, weaving the stories of individuals with the biblical accounts of Jesus and His disciples.5/5(5). The Apostle by Asch, Sholem and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at - The Apostle by Asch, Sholem.
LibraryThing Review User Review - rocketjk - LibraryThing. Sholem Asch was a Yiddish writer, a Polish Jew who wrote about shtetl life in Europe and became very well known, with his work being translated into many languages.3/5(2).
Sholem Asch, a prominent Yiddish novelist, saw Paul as the embodiment of the eternal link between Christians and the Jews. The Apostle sold over five hundred thousand copies and received great critical acclaim.
But Asch was accused of apostasy for his sympathetic portrayal of the New Christians and ostracized by members of the Jewish community. I was first introduced to the works of Sholem Asch some 25 years ago by an old and dear Jewish friend in NYC.
Though he wasn't sympathetic to Christianity, he loved Asch's vivid writing. He gave me a copy of Asch's phenomenal "The Apostle", but I had to wait a bit for him to find a copy that he hadn't annotated during his many readings of the work.
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The Apostle (The Founders of Christianity Book 2) eBook: Asch, Sholem: : Kindle Store/5(16). The Apostle. Inscribed book by the Yiddish novelist and playwright. by ASCH,Sholem. see notes for publisher info, Hardcover. Good. Disclaimer:A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact.
The spine may show signs of wear. Pages can include limited notes and highlighting, and the copy can include previous owner inscriptions. by Sholem Asch.
Translated by Leo Steinberg. Putnam. $ Why Jesus Died. by Pierre van Paassen. Dial. $ The third novel which Sholem Asch has devoted to the story of the birth of Christianity is a document which, at the very least, has the fascination of complexity. Buy The apostle ; [novel] by Sholem Asch online at Alibris.
We have new and used copies available, in 1 editions - starting at $ Shop now.November 1,is the birthdate of Sholem Asch, the Polish-born Yiddish novelist whose books were best-sellers in their day, but who ran afoul of Jewish sensibilities when he Author: David B.
Green.I have read and enjoyed Sholem Asch's "The Apostle" many times. This decades-old novel about St. Paul's conversion, from an enemy of the early Christian church into an apostle and evangelist of the faith, never loses its interest.
The perilous launching of Christianity's founding comes alive in the book's pages/5(16).