New Haven: Yale University Press, 1998. First edition. 451 pages. Item #8998

Fine condition in a fine dust jacket.

Exploring the interplay of Jewish messianism and mysticism from the twelfth through the eighteenth centuries, a leading scholar of Jewish thought provides new perspectives in this controversial book. Moshe Idel counters common views, showing the close relation of messianism and mysticism, the early messianic orientation of Kabbalah, and the resemblance of Jewish messianic and mystical experience to Christian messianism.

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