2010 final study guide for use in discussion

2010 final study guide for use in discussion - Intro to...

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Intro to Judaism (Hebrew/Jewish/Religious Studies 211) Study Guide for Final Exam 2010 Identifications halakhah underdetermination mitzvah/mitzvot kashrut eruv Pesach/Passover Shavuot/Pentecost Sukkot/Tabernacles Rosh Hashanah Yom Kippur minyan ketubbah mamzer get bar/bat mitzvah dhimmi hadith Karaism Anan b. David Ge’on responsum/teshuvah peshat Rashi Abraham Ibn Ezra Maimonides Orthodoxy/orthopraxy Zohar sefirah/sefirot Eyn Sof Isaac Luria tikkun (ha)-olam tsimtsum Sabbatai Zvi Enlightenment Ashkenazi Sephardic Benedict/Baruch Spinoza Moses Mendelssohn Haskalah/maskilim Reform Modern Orthodoxy Ultra-Orthodoxy Conservative Zionism The Dreyfus Affair Baal Shem Tov Hasidism Rebbe Tsadik mitnagdim Vilna Gaon yeshiva Western Wall mechitzah Holocaust genocide Locus of contestation Law of Return “Brother Daniel” The Shalit Case Sconnie/Coastie Questions Be able to sketch in a couple of sentences a brief outline of Rabbinic (and later Jewish) practices
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