1WOMS 210 Final Exam Study GuideWEEK 9 – Women in Judaism-What is meant by ethno-religious group and why is this significant in Judaism?-What are the three major Jewish religious movements and how have the impacted women within them? -What are some of the specific gendered practices within Judaism?-Who was Lilith and what roles does she play for Jewish women- how has she been revisioned?-What specific issue was the Oprah Winfrey video that we watched in class about? Know the following: Ethno-religious group, Endogamy, mihu Yehudi ("who is a Jew"), Mishnah, minyanAndersonTERMS: minyan, Torah, Talmud, Mishnah, Lilith, Shekhinah, Asherah, Astarte, Queen of Heaven, niddah, mikvah, Tikkun Olam, Kashrut, rabbinic ordination, mitzvoth, Rosh Chodesh , Nerot, Challah-Your text describes several pivotal events in the history of Judaism. What are some of these key events and what role did women play in them? What factors led to changes in women’s status? -Judaism has developed several different traditions. How did the Reform, Orthodox, and Conservative traditions develop and how are they different?-How have women been predominantly depicted in the Hebrew Bible? Who are the role models for women in the Hebrew Bible? What strategies do feminists use to uncover the lives of women?-Why is the Mishnah important to women?-What is the dominant theme about women in the Talmud?-Why are the conflicting stories about Eve in Genesis significant? Who was Lilith? Early Hebrew peoples worshiped three ancient goddesses. Who were they and what happened to them?-What is it niddah and what message does this have for women?-How has the rabbinic ordination movement developed for women? How have women carried out new traditions within Judaism? Why is this important?Bagley-In her essay Ryiah Lilith combines what religious traditions? Why was Rosh Chodesh important to her?-What is meant by the “Cakes for the Queen of Heaven” and what did it symbolize for Lilith? -What did Jennifer Bleyer need to do to combine the different aspects of her faith?WEEK 10 – Women in ChristianityKnow the terms: Trinitarianism, Non-trinitarians, apostles, synoptic, gospels, house churches, Mary Magdalene-What was the Jesus Movement and what was its impact on women? How did changes in the early church history result in closing women out of leadership roles? -What are the different Christian Religious Movements and how have they impacted women’s role within them? -What have been the places where women have been able to engage in Christianity as full participants? - Who was Mary -Magdalene and how has her life story been changed over the centuries?