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Table Of Contents

king DaviD’s nakeD DanCe
the origin of goD
the PoPulation of heaven anD the origin of evil
“in the Beginning goD”
love anD insPiration
the JuDaism of the PatriarChs (the JuDaism of the BlooD)
the JuDaism of aBraham
the JuDaism of moses
a Brief religio-PolitiCal history of israel
the sheChinah—goD with us
the tanak
the mishnah
the gemara
kaBBalah
the iDolatry of israel
the DestruCtion of the first temPle
the DestruCtion of the seConD temPle
moDern israel
the future of israel
the esChatology of the tanak
the ha-mashiaCh of israel
the Dream of JaCoB
enDnotes
glossary
BiBliograPhy
BiograPhiCal notes on ContriButors to my BiBliograPhy
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King David’s Naked Dance: The Dreams, Doctrines, and Dilemmas of the Hebrews

King David’s Naked Dance: The Dreams, Doctrines, and Dilemmas of the Hebrews

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Primitive Judaism is the earliest system of thought that sought to explain the concepts of divinity, humanity, and life on the planet. What’s more, it is Moses who deserves the credit for the systematization of basic, primitive Tanakian Judaism. In King David’s Naked Dance, author Allan Russell Juriansz defines the primitive theology of Tanakian Judaism that obeys the Tanak as the sole canon of the Hebrew people.



A sequel to Juriansz’ first book—The Fair Dinkum Jew, which calls for a reformation in Israel and worldwide Jewry—King David’s Naked Dance sends a message to the Hebrew people to relearn Tanakian Judaism and live by it. Using the writing of several Talmudic rabbis and Jewish reformers, Juriansz presents a discussion of the Tanak as the only sacred canon and shows its messages of the work of God to create, redeem, and glorify His world and His people.



King David’s Naked Dance calls for the world’s Jewry and Israel to unite in the primitive Judaism, a splendid redemptive religion that needs to be embraced, defended, and propagated.

Primitive Judaism is the earliest system of thought that sought to explain the concepts of divinity, humanity, and life on the planet. What’s more, it is Moses who deserves the credit for the systematization of basic, primitive Tanakian Judaism. In King David’s Naked Dance, author Allan Russell Juriansz defines the primitive theology of Tanakian Judaism that obeys the Tanak as the sole canon of the Hebrew people.



A sequel to Juriansz’ first book—The Fair Dinkum Jew, which calls for a reformation in Israel and worldwide Jewry—King David’s Naked Dance sends a message to the Hebrew people to relearn Tanakian Judaism and live by it. Using the writing of several Talmudic rabbis and Jewish reformers, Juriansz presents a discussion of the Tanak as the only sacred canon and shows its messages of the work of God to create, redeem, and glorify His world and His people.



King David’s Naked Dance calls for the world’s Jewry and Israel to unite in the primitive Judaism, a splendid redemptive religion that needs to be embraced, defended, and propagated.

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Publish date: Jul 17, 2013
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