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Historical dates: + Moses and Exodus = 1250 BCE + Conquest of the promised land = 1250-1050 BCE + Kingship = 1000-900 BCE + Division of 12 tribes; prophetic tradition = 900-700 BCE + Assyrian conquest = 721 BCE + Babylonian conquest = 586 BCE + Destruction of the temple by the romans = 70 CE + Jews banished from Jerusalem = 135 CE + Hitler’s “final solution” = 1942 + Jewish State of Israel = 1948 The Jewish immigration Make up 2.5% of America pop; 6 mil jews live in the US 1654: First wave of jewish immigrants coming to NY from Brazil Sephardim (Sephardic) = Jews from Spain, Iberian peninsula, and the middle east Sephardim established themselves all along the eastern seacoast. 1820: New wave of immigration New immigrants were Ashkenazim = jews of german origin who used northern European forms of religious services. o 200,000 to 400,000 ashkenazic jews came within the next half century o transformed jewish life o brought german customs and practices; Jud. Became more reformed
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This note was uploaded on 04/30/2008 for the course THEO 198 taught by Professor Soomekh during the Spring '08 term at Loyola Marymount.

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