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Rosalie Palmer RLS 102, Section 1 Dr. Jeffery Marlett 10 – 18 – 06 Discuss the differences between the Hebrew and Greek notions of divinity.  How  might these differences influence ethical actions? Notions of divinity in all cultures of the world influence the society’s culture and  ethical actions despite differences in ethnicity and religion. The Hebrew and Greek  societies were both two of these earlier cultures with differences in the way divine  messages were delivered, the personal closeness to God, and what the laws of these  cultures were based on.  Divine messengers exist in cultures to serve a purpose whether it be forewarning  a tragedy or sending a specific to that divinity’s people. The Hebrews’ messengers were  devoted servants on earth that God specifically chose to spread his message. Moses was  one of these important prophets chosen. One of his greater tasks was delivering the Ten 
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This note was uploaded on 04/23/2008 for the course RLS 102 taught by Professor Marlett during the Spring '08 term at The College of Saint Rose, Albany.

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Paper 1 - Rosalie Palmer RLS 102, Section 1 Dr. Jeffery...

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