Moses Maimonides was the first medieval Jewish thinker to posit a set of dogmas for Judaism, his 'Thirteen Principles of Faith'. His statement initiated an extensive discussion among other medieval Jewish thinkers on the subject of dogma, which had an important impact on subsequent Jewish thought. The reaction to Maimonides' innovation was complex: some scholars accepted his position without reservation; others accepted the idea that Jewish beliefs could be reduced to a creed but disagreed with Maimonides' formulation; ...

Principles of Faith 2004, Littman Library of Jewish Civilization in Association with Liverpool..., Oxford

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