Major subject areas of Jewish Studies
70-135 Study and Teaching
201-449 By Region or Country
480-488.5 Pre-Talmudic Jewish Literature
487-488.5 Dead Sea Scrolls
495-532 Sources of Jewish Religion, Rabbinical Literature
497-509 Talmudic Literature
498 Palestinian Talmud
499-504.7 Babylonian Talmud
529 Jewish Tradition
534-538 Relation of Judaism to Special Subject Fields
545-582 Principles of Judaism (General)
585-585.2 Controversial Works Against the Jews
590-591 Jewish Works Against Christianity and Islam
600-645 Dogmatic Judaism
646 Heresy, Heresies
650-747 Practical Judaism
651-652.7 Rabbis, Priests, etc.
653-653.7 Congregations, Synagogues
654-655.6 The Tabernacle, The Temple
656-657 Forms of Worship
660-679 Liturgy and Ritual
690-695 Festivals and Fasts
700-720 Rites and Customs
723-729 Jewish Way of Life, Spiritual Life, Personal Religion
730-747 Preaching, Homiletics
Judaism - the profession or practice of the Jewish religion; the religion of the Jews, with a belief in one God and a basis in Mosaic and rabbinical teachings (noun).
Source: Shorter Oxford English Dictionary, Ref PE 1635 .S47 2002
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