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REL 526 march 18 - REL 526 JUDAISM influences on...

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REL 526 March 18, 2008 JUDAISM - influences on Christianity o share scripture o earliest Christians were Jews, attended synagogues, and read Torah o theological foundations, share an ethos, monotheism, etc Genesis Abram, Abraham 1700 BC Monotheism Israel, “Promised Land” Palestine – Israelites conquered them, North and South kingdom, but then they were conquered Isaac – born from Abraham and Sarah; father of Jacob Abraham, Isaac, Jacob – changed to (Israel) Tanakh Torah – “the teaching” - 5 books of Moses; aka the Pentateuch - Genesis (beginnings of all), Exodus (escape from slavery), Leviticus (guide for priests), Numbers (book of the censuses), Deuteronomy (repetition of the law) Nevi’im – “the prophets” continuation of history of Torah; Joshua picks up the writing after Moses dies backed out of their covenant with God, so the conquering of their kingdoms was allowed by Him Ketuvim – “the writings” - writings, poems, wisdom, feminine - Daniel, Chronicles, Ruth, Ester - Central concept: covenant (restoration) o God establishes rituals to fulfill covenants Exclusively loyal to God, circumcision, sacrifices
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This note was uploaded on 04/16/2008 for the course REL 526 taught by Professor Daughrity during the Spring '08 term at Pepperdine.

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