2 thoughts on “As it’s Written: A Quick Instance for Karaism

  1. LM
    8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Better Than Expected, Unbias, Textual and Logically Supported Beliefs, June 4, 2011
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    LM (Miami, FL) –

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    I was easily able to track my order. My package arrived 5 days early. The package included additional related reading materials, which I am currently reading and find equally as informational as the book that I myself ordered. I ordered this book to gain a better understanding of the Karaite beliefs and customs. Due to Karaism not being as popular as other branches/forms of Judaism and other religions, it has been somewhat complication and confusing to try and gain a true understanding of Karaism and what it is. This book has been more than informational. It provided me with the answers I needed, including explanations that break down the many reasons for the beliefs/opinions of the Karaites. It also provided me with verses and other ways to research Karaits beliefs and ways to compare and contrast Karaism with other forms of Judaism. This book truly is ‘a Brief Case for Karaism.’ It will give you the basic understanding of Karaism, along with the resources to look further into the Karaite beliefs and customs. I am truly blessed to have come across this book in my quest for further understanding of Judaism, and more specifically Karaism. I will definitely consider more purchases through amazon and the Nazarite Site. Thank you sincerely… Isis
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  2. L. F. Moura
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    Strong place to start, December 12, 2016
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    A. West (Grosse Pointe Woods, MI USA) –
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    Excellent high level introduction to Karaite Judaism. Specific details provided regarding different practices and calendar differences with well documented and detailed points. I very much like that this book isn’t a polemic against Rabbinical Judaism, but is simply seeking, without judgment, to clarify their approach and rationale. Well conceived, concise and very written, this book should serve the individual with an existing fundimental understanding of how Rabbinical Judaism works as a solid means to introduce another ancient and venerable Jewish tradition which can deepen their appreciation of the rich history of God’s Chosen People.
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