israeli death and afterlife

Israeli death and - Maccabean Revolt brought the belief of individual resurrection The martyrdom of"The mother and her seven sons They were very

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Maccabean Revolt- brought the belief of individual resurrection. The martyrdom of “The mother and her seven sons” They were very vocal on their position. They were all captured and excuted in front of each other. Even as their limbs were cut off the oldest son, he kept talking till they were roasted. It happened to each of them. The mother told them to go gallently and said their god will help them. This uprising was costly. It also found the creation of the earth from nothing. Apocalypticism- religious belief about the impending appoarch of the end of the world. Messiah will come ushering in “The end of the world” and the Final Judgment. Then the resurrection will take place and the new Era will begin. Religious Situation in the Palestinian Jewish community at the beginning of the common era The Sadducees- the most to lose since they have the most, they don't believe it The Pharisees- the rabies The Essenes (such as Qumran Community)- they are the strongest believers The Zealots (such as Sicari group- Masada)- fighters, assassins
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This note was uploaded on 03/24/2011 for the course HUMANITY 112 taught by Professor Kathleenbishop during the Fall '10 term at Rutgers.

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Israeli death and - Maccabean Revolt brought the belief of individual resurrection The martyrdom of"The mother and her seven sons They were very

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