6 edition of REMEMBER AMALEK! found in the catalog.
by Hebrew Union College Press
Written in English
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We are to remember: remember who Amalek is; remember the battle that we fight; remember what God has done and therefore what He in His faithfulness will do. Free yourself, the sages teach, from mundane involvement and ungodly entanglement. Remember your first love and He will help you to meet every challenge, rational or not. ‘Remember what Amalek did to you on your journey out of Egypt you shall blot out the remembrance of Amalek from under heaven; do not forget’ (Deut. [NRSV]; cf. Exod. , where it is the L ord who will ‘utterly blot out the remembrance of Amalek’). This verse has disturbed both Jewish and Christian readers for millennia. How can such passages inform Author: William L. Lyons.
Amalek was the first of the nations, but his latter end shall be that he perish forever. So Amalek is an illustration of those who are sources of conflict for the people of God. Let us look now chapter 17 and we will begin with verse 8 through ve . The Amalekites are a people mentioned a number of times in the Hebrew Bible. They are considered to be descended from an ancestry Amalek. According to the Book of Genesis and 1 Chronicles, Amalek (Arabic,عماليق,Hebrew: עֲמָלֵק, Modern Amalek Tiberian ʻĂmālēq) was the son of Eliphaz and the grandson of Esau (Gen. ; 1 Chr. ); the chief of an Edomite tribe .
Nonetheless, there were many important rabbis who ruled that Amalek still exists and that we are still commanded to remember their deed and to destroy them. This was the opinion of Maimonides in his Sefer Hamitzvot (Positive Commandments ) and in his Mishneh Torah (Laws of Kings ). We should remember what Amalek did to us, and other Amaleks throughout history have done to us Phil Chernofsky, 15/03/19 Iranian-made Emad missile.
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“Remember what Amalek did to you on the way as you came out of Egypt, Berean Study Bible Remember what the Amalekites did to you along your way from Egypt, --This decree REMEMBER AMALEK! book entrusted to Joshua in the first instance, as the "servant of the Book" (Exodus ); here it is enjoined upon the nation of Israel.
The Obligation to Remember Amalek (v. 17) We find a range of opinions concerning how often the mitzvah of remembering Amalek needs to be carried out. Sefer Hachinuch argues that once a year or even once in a lifetime would suffice. Shaloh recommends the verbal remembering of Amalek daily, and Rambam states that the mitzvah is incumbent.
Haman is identified as the descendant of Amalek, whose people attacked Israel in the desert, the symbol of cruelty to the weak. Before celebrating the defeat of the wicked, one must remember that God (as well as God’s people) has a war with the Amalekites and will not be at ease until the Amalekites are blotted : Rabbi Irving Greenberg.
The last mention of the Amalekites is found in the book of Esther where Haman the Agagite, a descendant of the Amalekite king Agag, connives to have all the Jews in Persia annihilated by order of King Xerxes. REMEMBER AMALEK! book saved the Jews in Persia, however, and Haman, his sons, and the rest of Israel’s enemies were destroyed instead (Esther –10).
The Lord commands the Israelites in Deuteronomy to remember what the Amalekites did when they left Egypt and therefore destroy them when they enter the land.
Seeing this battle against the Amalekites helps us to remember the enemy we are fighting and how we can gain the ultimate victory. Remember Amalek!: Vengeance, Zealotry, and Group Destruction in the Bible according to Philo, Pseudo-Philo, and Josephus (Monographs of the Hebrew Union College) [Feldman, Louis H.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Remember Amalek!: Vengeance, Zealotry, and Group Destruction in the Bible according to Philo, Pseudo-PhiloCited by: The war with Amalek did not end with their defeat, and the Israelites were commanded always to remember the deeds of Amalek (Deut.
In rabbinic literature, the reasons for the unusual eternal remembrance of Amalek are the following: (1) Amalek is the irreconcilable enemy and it is forbidden to show mercy foolishly to one wholly dedicated.
Amalek was the first to attack them; though the Jews were victorious, their aura of security was shattered Amalek Today. The command to destroy Amalek cannot be fulfilled today, since the identity of Amalek has been lost over the millennia.
However, the command to “remember Amalek” still holds true in the spiritual realms. Take Amalek: "Remember what Amalek did unto thee by the way, when ye were come forth out of Egypt; how he met thee, by the way, "Write this for a memorial in a book, and rehearse it in the ears of Joshua: that I will utterly blot out the memory of Amalek from under the sky.".
Forsooth the Lord said to Moses, Write thou this in a book, for mind, and take (it) in(to) the ears of Joshua; for I shall do away the mind of Amalek from under heaven.
(And the Lord said to Moses, Write thou about this in a book to remember it, and tell it to Joshua; for I shall do away all memory of the Amalekites from under heaven.). On Remembering Amalek 02/26/ pm ET Updated This coming Sabbath in the Jewish calendar is known as Shabbat Zachor, Author: Ron Kronish.
Deuteronomy King James Version (KJV). 17 Remember what Amalek did unto thee by the way, when ye were come forth out of Egypt.
This is because a component of the mitzva of remembering Amalek is also to wage war against them, and to destroy them.
Since women are exempt from military duty, and by extension, are ineligible to participate in Amalek’s physical destruction, they are also exempt from the mitzvah to remember their ambush. 10) Chinuch We remember Amalek now, on the Shabbat preceding Purim, because, according to Targum Sheni, Haman the Aggagite, arch-villain of Megillat Esther, was a 16th-generation descendant of Amalek.
By Rabbi Dov Ber of Lubavitch. A Chasidic discourse delivered on Purim of the year English adaptation by Rabbi Amiram Markel. In Parshat Kee Teitzeh the Torah states, “Remember what Amalek did to you on the way when you went out from Egypt. How he encountered you on the way and cut off your rear, all those who lagged behind you; you were.
The Book of Esther features the villainous Haman, a descendant of the Amalekites. The Torah commands Jews to remember Amalek and his descendants, whom rabbinic commentators describe as the embodiment of evil. Deuteronomy likewise exhorts Israel to remember Amalek. The reason given here is Amalek's cruelty in smiting the enfeebled when you were faint and weary (Deut.
Consequently, when Israel will be settled in its land and at peace with its neighbors, it is then to settle accounts with Amalek by obliterating its memory from under the heavens.
To learn about the character of Amalek we need to return to the Maftir reading for Shabbat Zachor Remember what Amalek did to you on the way as you came out of Egypt, how he attacked you on the way when you were faint and weary, and cut off your tail, those who were lagging behind you, and he did not fear God.
In a sculpture at the Holocaust Memorial in The Hague, a Star of David sculpted by the Dutch artist Dirk Stins inone reads a quote from Deuteronomy (Dt ): “Remember what Amalek Author: Daniel Esparza. The LORD told Moses that Amalek was a special enemy,one that would have to be resisted to the bitter end.
And the Lord said unto Moses, Write this for a memorial in a book, and rehearse it in the ears of Joshua: for I will utterly put out. New Book Sparks Conversation Between Torah, Kaplan and Real Life. A Year With Mordecai Kaplan: Wisdom on the Weekly Torah Portion by Rabbi Steven Carr Reuben, Ph.D.
is a deeply rooted and boldly relevant Torah each week’s reading, Rabbi Reuben weaves together traditional commentary, a nugget of Mordecai Kaplan’s thought, and .remember the evil that was, and still is, perpetrated by Amalek.
6 We remember that in every generation Amalek seeks to uproot Israel from the world; we remember that “God’s war against Amalek is from generation to generation” – till the end of time (Rashi, ibid.). Free Will and Evil R. Hirsch (Ex.
) explains that the battle. There may be no country called Amalek, but the commitment to destroy the Jews is alive and well. You can find ideological Amalekites in Europe, the Middle East, even in America. Clearly, we still need to remember.
There is a fascinating comment by the Ohr HaChayim concerning the battle with Amalek.