Jewish Summary 3

Jewish Summary 3 - Hobbs April(A Religion 1001 Honerkamp...

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Hobbs, April (A) Religion 1001 Honerkamp Logan Edwards Mishnah and Talmud In the Mishnah consists of discussions of different laws that can be applied to different situations. These discussions over the laws have been created by the rabbis. The Mishnah was made around 200 C.E. Over the course of 400 years, the rabbis created the Talmud. These were two huge commentaries of the discussion of the proposed laws. The Mishnah is said to have developed from heated debates and even disagreements between the rabbis. The Oral Torah is traced back to Moses. Moses was the first to receive the Torah. He received it at Mount Sinia. Upon receiving the Torah he told Joshua about it. Joshua told the elders about the Torah and the elders told the prophets. The prophets were the ones who told the men of the Great Assembly about the Torah. Simeon, one of the men from the Great Assembly suggested that the world is based upon three principles. These principles include the Torah, divine service, and love. Antigonus (Soho) believed that one should serve there master in ways that suggest no award is to be expected in
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This note was uploaded on 07/19/2010 for the course RELI NA taught by Professor Jordan during the Spring '09 term at UGA.

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