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Basic Info About Christianity Faith in Jesus of Nazareth Jesus is the Christ (messiah = Anointed) God became human in Christ to save humanity Jesus provided a new interpretation of the Torah “Sabbath was made for man.” Jesus picked grain Jesus healed God searches for the outcasts and sinners Jesus rose from the dead
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Unique Christian Concept of Original Sin Sin = Failure to live in harmony with God. Original Sin Human will has become corrupted Adam’s disobedience brought Sin Death Jesus = savior (Messiah) Recreated a good will Repaired the world through his sacrifice
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Why did Jews bring sacrifices to the Temple? To thank God To praise Him To cleanse their sins (Atonement) Christians believe that Jesus was God’s sacrifice + fulfillment of Hebrew prophecy
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Jesus = fulfillment of Hebrew prophecy In Matthew’s Gospel Jesus = son of David, son of Abraham = Messiah. Virgin Birth Matthew quotes Isaiah: “Behold, a virgin shall conceive and bear a son, and his name shall be called Emmanuel (which means, “God with us”)” Jesus’ family escapes from the slaughter of infants by King Herod = Exodus account of Israelites’ escape from Egypt Jesus = New Moses” Sermon on Mount = Torah on Mount Sinai
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Annunciation
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Annunciation
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Nativity of Christ
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Rabbinical Judaism and Christianity Responses to the Destruction of the Second Temple in 70 CE
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MAIN POINTS Both Christianity and Modern Judaism are two developments of Ancient Judaism. Both Christianity and Modern Judaism developed by reflecting on the destruction of the Second Temple in 70CE Judaism developed the TORAH (teaching) Christianity developed CHRISTOLOGY
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Christianity began as a Jewish movement. Jesus was a Jew.
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This note was uploaded on 02/28/2011 for the course REL 100 taught by Professor Woodword during the Fall '08 term at ASU.

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