Dr. Avraham Gileadi's masterful scriptural exposition demonstrates how the prophecies of Isaiah interface with Mormon scriptures that teach God's servants their end-time roles of restoring the house of Israel - the Jews, Lamanites, and 10 Tribes - to God's covenants with his people Israel and to lands of inheritance. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Marvin Payne. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/173184/bk_acx0_173184_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! QText was a famous and popular Hebrew-English word processing application for DOS in the late 80s and early 90s. It was developed by Dvir Software from kibbutz Dvir, Israel, and programmed in Turbo Pascal. QText was one of the first word processing applications that worked in logical order (by letter-typing-order and not visual order). It was also one of the first applications to support Hebrew filenames. In its DOS incarnations, the interface was text-based and did not offer WYSIWYG. QText faded out from the public as Windows gained popularity and Microsoft Word with Hebrew support became available, although QText offered a few Windows-compatible versions. QText is no longer developed. DOS, short for "Disk Operating System", is a shorthand term for several closely related operating systems that dominated the IBM PC compatible market between 1981 and 1995, or until about 2000 if one includes the partially DOS-based Microsoft Windows versions 95, 98, and Millenium Edition. Related systems include MS-DOS, PC DOS, DR-DOS, FreeDOS, PTS-DOS, ROM-DOS, JM-OS, and several others.
Perspectives on Language and Language Development brings together new perspectives on language, discourse and language development in 31 chapters by leading scholars from several countries with diverging backgrounds and disciplines. It is a comprehensive overview of language as a rich, multifaceted system, inspired by the lifework of Ruth A. Berman. Edited by Dorit Ravid and Hava Bat-Zeev Shyldkrot, both from Tel Aviv University, Israel, the book offers state-of-the-art portrayals of linguistic and psycholinguistic phenomena with new insights on the interrelations of language structure, discourse theory, and the development of language and literacy. The volume presents innovative investigations on the interface of language and narrative in a broad range of languages, with a section devoted to linguistic studies of Modern Hebrew. It traces the development of language and literacy from early childhood through adolescence to maturity in spoken and written contexts, and in monolingual as well as multilingual perspectives. Linguists, psycholinguists, discourse scholars, cognitive psychologists, language teachers, education experts, and clinicians working in the field of language and discourse will find this book extremely useful both as a textbook and as a source of information.
The Bible's grand narrative about Israel's Exodus from Egypt is central to Biblical religion, Jewish, Christian, and Muslim identity and the formation of the academic disciplines studying the ancient Near East. It has also been a pervasive theme in artistic and popular imagination. Israel's Exodus in Transdisciplinary Perspective is a pioneering work surveying this tradition in unprecedented breadth, combining archaeological discovery, quantitative methodology and close literary reading. Archaeologists, Egyptologists, Biblical Scholars, Computer Scientists, Geoscientists and other experts contribute their diverse approaches in a novel, transdisciplinary consideration of ancient topography, Egyptian and Near Eastern parallels to the Exodus story, the historicity of the Exodus, the interface of the Exodus question with archaeological fieldwork on emergent Israel, the formation of biblical literature, and the cultural memory of the Exodus in ancient Israel and beyond.This edited volume contains research presented at the groundbreaking symposium "Out of Egypt: Israel's Exodus Between Text and Memory, History and Imagination" held in 2013 at the Qualcomm Institute of the University of California, San Diego. The combination of 44 contributions by an international group of scholars from diverse disciplines makes this the first such transdisciplinary study of ancient text and history. In the original conference and with this new volume, revolutionary media, such as a 3D immersive virtual reality environment, impart innovative, Exodus-based research to a wider audience. Out of archaeology, ancient texts, science and technology emerge an up-to-date picture of the Exodus for the 21 st Century and a new standard for collaborative research.
Israel Martinez (Guadalajara, Mexico 1979) ist Klangkünstler und empirischer Komponist. Er beschäftigt sich mit elektroakustischer und experimenteller Musik, Komposition, Klanginstallation und Klangskulptur.nnIsrael Martinez (Guadalajara, Mexico 1979) ist Klangkünstler und empirischer Komponist. Er arbeitet in den Bereichen elektroakustischer und experimenteller Musik, Komposition, Klanginstallation und Klangskulptur. Israel Martinez (Guadalajara, Mexico 1979) is a sound artist, empirical composer and has developed his works in different fields: electroacoustic and experimental music, composition, sonic installations and sculpture. He has participated in several festivals in Mexico, such as Radar, Mutek, Muestra Internacional de Arte Sonoro, Interface, Estacionarte, and also in one of the most important art & technology events worldwide: Austria's Ars Electronica Festival, where he accomplished the Award of Distinction at the Digital Musics category in 2007, with his work Mi vida. He has performed and his work has been played live in several cities of Mexico, England, France, United States, Austria, Spain and Colombia. He's co-founder of the electronic music label Abolipop, producer of Nebula 3 project and also half of the electronic improvisation duo Lost Martínez. Israel M is one of a number of sound artists to have emerged from Mexico. (The Wire) TRACKS: 01 Weekend 20.25 02 There were people I 04.06 03 El hombre que se sofoca 15.23 04 Entrecruce 09.12 05 There were people II 03.44 06 Mere presence 06.37
How did the visual, the oral, and the written interrelate in antiquity? The essays in this collection address the competing and complementary roles of visual media, forms of memory, oral performance, and literacy and popular culture in the ancient Mediterranean world. Incorporating both customary and innovative perspectives, the essays advance the frontiers of our understanding of the nature of ancient texts as regards audibility and performance, the vital importance of the visual in the comprehension of texts, and basic concepts of communication, particularly the need to account for disjunctive and non-reciprocal social relations in communication. Thus the contributions show how the investigation of the interface of the oral and written, across the spectrum of seeing, hearing, and writing, generates new concepts of media and mediation. Annette Weissenrieder, Associate Professor of New Testament at San Francisco Theological Seminary and the Graduate Theological Union, is author of Images of Illness in the Gospel of Luke. Insights in Ancient Medical Texts and many other books. Her main areas of research are ancient architecture, especially of temples, Vetus Latina Luke and Matthew, Greco-Roman medicine and philosophy, and New Testament anthropology. Robert B. Coote is Nathaniel Gray Professor Emeritus and Senior Research Professor of Hebrew Exegesis and Old Testament at San Francisco Theological Seminary in San Anselmo, CA. He is the author of Amos Among the Prophets, The Emergence of Early Israel in Historical Perspective, The Bible's First History, Early Israel, and In Defense of Revolution: The Elohist History, among other works.
The articles in this book deal with the interface of psychotherapy and Judaism. The topics considered are varied and relate to theoretical as well as practical issues. Effective therapeutic treatments involving rabbis and psychologist, markedly differing opinions of rabbinic authorities regarding psychotherapy, examples of psychological wisdom and insights of rabbis and religious leaders in effecting change in people, guidelines in treating ultra-orthodox patients, and responsa of contemporary rabbis to psychotherapy-halachic questions and issues are some of the topics that are clearly presented in this volume. Mental health practitioners, rabbis as well as those interested in the interface of psychotherapy and Judaism will find interest and benefit from reading this book. -- Seymour Hoffman, Ph. D. is a senior clinical psychologist who had worked for many years in a variety of psychiatric facilities in the United states and Israel. He presently works as a supervising psychologist in a mental health clinic in Israel and is in private practice. He has published many articles in professional journals and co-authored and authored several books on psychotherapy. He is listed in Who's Who in Medicine and Healthcare. -- Leah Rossman, Ph. D., is a psychotherapist in private practice in Israel. She worked many years as a psychiatric social worker and as head of therapeutic staff in a variety of facilities and taught a course in psychopathology at a teachers' college in Israel.
This slim volume focuses on the interface between mental health, psychotherapy and Judaism. The topics considered are varied and relate to theoretical as well as practical issues. Reports of effective therapeutic treatments involving rabbis and psychologist, markedly differing opinions of various rabbinic authorities regarding psychotherapy, examples of psychological wisdom and insights of rabbis and religious leaders in effecting change in people, description of the workings of a unique mental health clinic under ultra-orthodox auspices, and responsa of contemporary rabbis to psychotherapy-halachic questions and issues, among other topics, are clearly presented. Mental health practitioners, therapists from various orientations and disciplines, clergymen as well as those interested in the interface between psychotherapy and Judaism, will find interest and benefit from reading this book. --- Seymour Hoffman, Ph. D. is a senior clinical psychologist who has worked in various mental health facilities for the last 50 years in the United States and Israel. He is presently employed as a supervising clinical psychologist in a mental health clinic in Israel and is in private practice. He has published over 50 papers in professional journals in the U.S., UK, and Israel and co-authored/authored three books and edited one on psychotherapy. He is listed in Marquis Who's Who in Medicine and Healthcare. --- 'The articles in this slim volume deal with the interface of psychotherapy and Judaism and encourages collaboration between mental health practitioners and rabbis. The articles contribute to a deeper understanding of a variety of halachic questions involved in mental health issues and the practice of psychotherapy and in defining the specific roles and functions of rabbis and psychotherapists in helping people with emotional and psychological problems. Mental health practitioners, rabbis and religious and secular readers will find the book an interesting and worthwhile read.' (Rabbi Naphtali Bar-Ilan; Communal rabbi, Rehovot, Israel. Author of 'Be Sanctified with Charity', 'Government and State in Israel According to the Torah', and numerous articles on psychotherapy and Jewish law.' --- 'I believe that mental health professionals, psychotherapists of different orientations, disciplines and persuasions, as well as those interested in the interface between mental health and Judaism, will find this slim volume informative, stimulating, and of value.' (Joshua H. Werblowsky, M.D., D-L.F.A.P.A.; Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry, Drexel University College of Medicine and Lecturer, Schlesinger Jewish Medical Ethics Institute) --- 'The subjects in this book are both practical and enlightening, demonstrating through many case histories and analyses, how the religious authorities and the mental health professionals - psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers and therapists - can work together for mutual benefits.' (Leah Abramowitz, M.S.W.; Co-chair of Nefesh Israel and Director, Geriatric Institute at Shaare Zedek Medical Center)
''Enemy Cripple & Beggar' provides an informed and thoughtful perspective concerning literary good and evil alongside society's norms and mores. An original work by Erel Shalit . . . a unique blend as a literary and psychology manual, making it highly recommended for both personal reading lists and community library collections.' -Midwest Book Review..... 'A fascinating journey into the Hero and the Shadow . . . a treasure for our times. Vital and applicable to both lay people and experts, the book flows seamlessly and spirally from scholarship, to textual interpretation, to case studies, and the analysis of dreams. Shalit draws on an impressive breadth of scholarship and myths/fairy tales, looking at both history and story.' -Joseph Madia, New Mystics..... 'Enemy, Cripple & Beggar' provides new thoughts and views on the concepts of Hero and Shadow, elaborating on mythological and psychological images. Myths and fairy tales explored include Perseus and Andersen's 'The Cripple.' You'll also enjoy the psychological deciphering of Biblical stories such as Amalek - The Wicked Warrior, Samson - The Impoverished Sun, and Jacob & the Divine Adversary. With the recent discovery of The Gospel of Judas, Dr. Shalit also delves into the symbolic relationship between Jesus and Judas Iscariot to illustrate the hero-function's inevitable need of a shadow. This Fisher King Press publication can be comfortably read by those interested in Analytical Psychology and by those interested in the interface between psychology and mythology, and psychology and religion. Erel Shalit is a Jungian psychoanalyst in Ra'anana, Israel. He is a training and supervising analyst, and past president of the Israel Society of Analytical Psychology. He is the author of several publications, including The Hero and His Shadow: Psychopolitical Aspects of Myth and Reality in Israel and 'The Complex: Path of Transformation from Archetype to Ego.' Articles of his have appeared in journals such as 'Quadrant,' 'The Jung Journal,' 'Spring Journal,' 'Political Psychology,' 'Clinical Supervisor,' 'Midstream,' and he has entries in 'The Encyclopedia of Psychology and Religion.' Dr. Shalit lectures internationally at professional institutes, universities and cultural forums.