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REL 103 Exam 1 Review Sheet The exam will consist of 40 multiple choice, fill-in-the-blank, and matching questions. The terms listed below are a starting point for beginning to study. Please look to your lecture notes and the book for information on these terms. Terms
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1. Abrahamic, Mosaic, and Davidic Covenants Abrahamic: promised land, sign: circumcision Mosaic: promises presence, sign: Sabbath, blessings and curses, covenant comes with responsibility, God reveals himself to Moses Davidic: royal covenant, connection with King and Temple 24. Jewish sects at the time of Christ Sadducees: most conservative group, priests, performing law in Temple, Torah only authoritative writings, don’t believe in afterlife Pharisees: evolving, interpretation of scribes and tradition, not exclusively in temple, believe in resurrection Essences: learned about them through Dead Sea Scrolls, extreme apocalyptic group, world in hands of Devil, religious purity Separation from society, awaiting intervention and justice Samaritans
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