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Study Guide 00:19 Terms: Canon:  Texts that a community has decided it counts Refers to authoritative texts Hebrew bible Oral Torah Written Torah Midrash Cannot change these text Pittsburgh Platform:  Reform Jews explicitly rejected the notion of an ingathering to the  land of Israel, whether in present or eschatological times. Zionism:  The belief that there should be a homeland for the Jews Aliyot: Go up to Israel “Safe Treyf” : Non-Kosher food that is more okay to eat. Not mixing meet and dairy Similar Ingredients that eastern European Jews were used to eating Chinese food is an example of “Safe Treyf” Tanak:  Torah, Nevi’im (prophets), Ketuvim (writings)
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Torah:  The Hebrew Bible/Five books of Moses Septuagint:  Biblical texts written in Hebrew were converted into Greek Little bit different due to translations Babylonian Exile: Second Temple Period : 515 BCE- temple rebuilt Sacrifices 70 CE- temple Destroyed Not very stable: Alexander the Great Bar Kokhba Revolt:  132-135 CE changed the rabbinic movement. Wide spread revolt against Rome
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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 University of Wisconsin.

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