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The topic, its derivation and words of dedication
II,2 Midrash Ruth and its position in Midrashic literature
III,2,1 The content and the division of Midrash Ruth
III,2,6 The national disappointment in the light of the Siddur
III,2,8 The "hot potato": Elisha Ben Abuyah
V,1 The numerical pattern "six", ‘‹Š› œ‹›
œ‡ŽŽ ‹ƒ‡š™ ‡Ž† ‹›„
V,4 "Vinegar" and sufferings, œ‚ Ž“ —‡‰† ‹š‡“‹†
V,4,2 The message of the true vine
V,5 Does Isaiah 53 speak of the personality of the Messiah?
V,5,1 Isaiah 53 in the Talmud
V,5,2 Isaiah 53 in the Zohar tradition related to Midrash
V,5,3 Isaiah 53 in Jewish prayer literature
V,6,1 A conceptual analysis of "eating to the days of the Messiah"
V,6,2 The tradition of Elijah and the Messianic age
V,6,3 The fate of the Torah in the Messianic age
V,6,4 The interplay between Ž ”Ž and ƒ †‡”ƒ
V,7,1 The Rabbinic exposition of these concepts
V,8,1 The potential denial of the Messiah for a time
V,8,2 The potential second advent of the Messiah
V,8,4 The heavenly "seat" in the light of Psalms 2 and 110
V,8,5 The vision of the kingdom in the Siddur
œ™…˜ †œ‡‚ Ž› †‹”ƒ †šƒ†
V,10,1 Good deeds in the Jewish and Christian context
V,10,2 Elijah the celestial scribe
V,10,6 The heavenly scribe in the light of Talmudic literature
VII,1 A concealed solution to the Messianic mystery
VI,1 The Sages in the "Messiah-Parashiyoth"
VI,2 The tradition of Midrash Ruth visualized in schemes
1. The bridge to the relevant literature
1.1 Preliminary results of our intertextual approach
2,2 The Messianic meal at Qumran and its special aspects
3,1 The limits of our inspection
3,2 The historical background of the Passover meal
3,3 The message of the bread
3,4 The message of the wine
3,5 The eternal perspective in the Holy Communion
3,6 "The blessing of the song" š‹›† œšƒ and the "hallel"
4. The Didache and its Messianic banquet
5,1 The third meal and its specifications in the Zohar
5,2 The third meal in the tradition of the Talmud
5,3 The third meal reflected in the New Testament
6,1 The banquet of King David in the Siddur
2. The Messianic age and the Torah
3. The potential second advent of the Messiah
4. The enigma of the birth of the Messiah
6. The secret of "the closed Mem" in Isaiah 9:6
8. The genealogy of the Messiah
1. The "piece of bread" projected in old sources
2. The wine and its interpretations
3. The "hallel" linked with the eternal perspective
4. Other similar Messianic banquets in the old tradition
5. The special message of the so called "third meal"
6. The holy banquet in Didache
7. The third meal in the book of Siddur
VIII,4. "What then shall we say", ‚™ ‹‚ " ‘Ž ”›
VIII,5. The scheme of the content and the roots of our study
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