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This volume offers an interdisciplinary study of mystical ideas applied in the texts and images of the North French Hebrew Illuminated Miscellany copied around 1280. Rather, there is God as revealed to humans (corresponding to Zeir Anpin ), and the rest of the infinity of God as remaining hidden from human experience (corresponding to Arich Anpin). [59] One reading of this theology is monotheistic, similar to panentheism; another reading of the same theology is that it is dualistic.

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Publisher: Kabbalah Publishing (June 1990)

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