Religions of the World In class Notes for Test #3

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Religions of the World In class Notes Good Spirits = Elohim Bad Spirits = Elilim Abraham said there is only one God: One Elohim o Totality one Elohim. As opposed to using a name this one god was just called Elohim. Abraham called this one god “El-Shaddai” Shaddai refers to stone, rock or mountain. Today El-Shaddai is used to refer to the beginning of Judaism, a name in the past associated with the Abrahmic era Putting a capital E at the beginning of “El” is to elevate it. Abraham needed to convince people to abandon their tribal god. People of the promise of prosperity of providence First Migration o They ended up in northeastern Africa – Migr – Egypt o Ramses the second – Promised 2 hectares of land, peace prosperity, property, providence, and promise fulfillment was going well until Ramses became megalomaniacal and began enslaving people to build great works to people would think he was great. He was overwhelmed with a crazed
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