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Midterm Study Guide - Study Guide MIDTERM 19:22 Terms Canon refers to these authoritative texts Hebrew bible oral torah midrash torah written torah

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Unformatted text preview: Study Guide- MIDTERM 19:22 Terms: Canon: refers to these authoritative texts. Hebrew bible, oral torah, midrash, torah, written torah. When text becomes canon you cant interact with them in the same way. i.e: cant go in and change the bible. If you want to change it you have to write another text to dispute it. Mishnah was edited/compiled in 200 CE. Traditions that existed before then. Tannaim: Rabbis during the rabbinic period Legal ruling morals: compiled into the Mishnah Volunteerism (in America): Military effect. Religious affiliations: Israel: not separation of church and state: it is a jewish state. America: has separation of church and state: is not a Christian or religious country: freedom of religion Immanence and transcendence: How these terms work in rabbinic texts....
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2012 for the course JEWISH 211 taught by Professor Rosenblum during the Fall '12 term at Wisconsin.

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Midterm Study Guide - Study Guide MIDTERM 19:22 Terms Canon refers to these authoritative texts Hebrew bible oral torah midrash torah written torah

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