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Saadiah Gaon, who initiated the controversy, claimed that the Psalter was a second Torah—the Lord’s word to David—and by no means man’s prayer to God. Salmon ben Yerucham and Yefet ben Ali insisted on the Karaite view that the Book of Psalms was the prophetic common prayerbook of Israel. Exegetical Study of Karaite Translations of the Pentateuch from the Tenth and Elev- enth Centuries C.E (Leiden, ), p. 86, 4 Malter's Saadiah Gaon, written in the s, remains the only book-length treat- ment Of Saadiah's life in English, although several details Of Malter's account (such.
S. A. Poznanski, first in his review of Steinschneider’s book,12 later in his “The Karaite Literary Opponents of Saadiah Gaon”,^ then in a Festschrift article,1* and finally in the draft version ofhis unpublished Encyclopedia le-toledot beney Miqra15 collected some additional data and dated al־Tustari to the middle of the 11th century.^ j. THE KARAITE LITERARY OPPONENTS OF SAADIAH GAON IN THE TWELFTH AND THIRTEENTH CENTURIES. TWELFTH CENTURY. 29 1. Jacob b. Reuben is the author of a Hebrew com-pilation on the Bible, entitled 'w,tyi 'Do, which exists in manuscript in several libraries (Leyden, Paris, St. Peters-burg), and a part of which (from Jeremiah to the end.
The Karaite literary opponents of Saadiah gaon by Samuel Poznański (Book) Saadya studies, in commemoration of the one thousandth anniversary of the death of R. Saadya gaon by Saʻadia ben Joseph (Book). 6 After Firkovich's death () his books were sold to the aforementioned Imperial Library. The IMHM has a microfilm of Ms. B. Its number is 7 A. Neubauer, Aus der Petersburger Bibliothek (Leipzig, ), 8 S. Poznafiski, The Karaite Literary Opponents of Saadiah Gaon (London, ),
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The Double Path of the Mystic and Rationalist, Brill, Karaite literary opponents of Saadiah gaon. London, Luzac, (OCoLC) Named Person: Saʻadia ben Joseph; Saʻadia ben Joseph; Saàdia ben Joseph: Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Samuel Poznański.
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Karaite Judaism: A Guide to Its History and Literary Sources, Handbuch der Orientalistik, Erste Abteilung, Nahe und der Mittlere Osten 73 (Leiden: Brill, ).
Poznański, Samuel. The Karaite Literary Opponents of Saadiah Gaon (London: Luzac,; repr. from Jewish Quarterly Review, o.s. 18 : –; 19 : 59–83; 20 [ "The Karaite Literary Opponents of Saadiah Gaon in the Tenth Century" is an article from The Jewish Quarterly Review, Volume View more articles from The Jewish Quarterly Review.
View this article on JSTOR. View this article's JSTOR metadata. where Yefet mentions his intention to compose a book of refutation (Kitāb al-Radd).
He refers to this book as completed in his commentary on Exod. Samuel Poznański, “The Karaite Literary Opponents of Saadiah Gaon in the Tenth Century”, JQR 18 (), 4 The original Arabic text and a translation into Hebrew are found in Butbul.
The polemics against *Saadiah Gaon and Muslim scholars are also taken from the writings of the Karaite *Salmon (Solomon) b. This volume contains a critical edition and an introduction to the Arabic translation and commentary on the book of Proverbs by one of the most acclaimed, innovative, and prolific exegetes of the Karaite “Golden Age” (10thth centuries), Yefet ben ‘Eli ha-Levi.
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The Karaite Literary Opponents of Saadiah Gaon London: Luzac. Rivkin E. ‘The Saadia-David ben Zakkai controversy: a structural analysis’ in Ben-Horin M.
Weinryb B.D. and Zeitlin S. (eds) Studies and Essays in Honor of Abraham A. Neuman Leiden: Brill – Rustow M. Poznański, Karaite Literary Opponents of Saadiah Gaon (), 42–46; Z. Ankori, Karaites in Byzantium (), index, s.v. Levi b. Passages from Saadiah's writings were found in the Cairo *Genizah whereas Ibn Sāqawayh's are known only through quotations made by his opponents.
bibliography: S. Poznański, Karaite Literary Opponents of Saadiah Gaon (), 4–8; Assaf, in: Tarbiz, 4 (/33), 35–53, –; Mann, Texts, index; Zucker, in: paajr, 18 (), 1–4; L.Saadiah Gaon, who initiated the controversy, claimed that the Psalter was a second Torah--the Lord's word to David--and by no means man's prayer to God.
Salmon ben Yerucham and Yefet ben Ali insisted on the Karaite view that the Book of Psalms was the prophetic common prayerbook of Israel.KARAITE LITERARY OPPONENTS OF SAADIAH GAON Faraj Harfn, Abu-l-Faraj Furqan b.
'Asad [i.e. Jeshua b. Jehuda], and others, of whom Jefet seems to have been used the most, and it was finished in the first ten days of the month Nisan, (Era of Contracts) or the end of Muharram,of the Hegira (=March, i)1.