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h.Most of the population spoke Aramaic.i.There were many Roman luxuries in most homes and publicspaces.j.Most of the population was culturally and religiouslyconservative.k.Most of the population spoke Greek.
l.Much of the population felt an economic strain.38.Which of the following were typical characteristics of Judeancity life during the time of Jesus? (Mark all that apply.)e.There were Roman luxuries in many homes and publicspaces.f.Most of the population spoke Aramaic.g.Most of the population spoke Greek.h.Much of the population was hellenized.Lesson #8 - Jesus in Historical Context II—The ReligiousLandscape of the New Testament WorldCheck Yourself:17.Which of the following were sectarian Jewish groups during thefirst century? (Select all that apply.)f.Followers of John the Baptistg.Followers of Jesush. Phariseesi.Essenesj.Sadducees18.Which of the following were part of “common Judaism” (i.e.,beliefs and practices shared by almost all Jews) in the late SecondTemple period? (Mark all that apply.)f.observance of Sabbath and other festivals prescribed inthe Torahg.a hereditary (Aaronic) priesthood mediates between Godand Israelh.belief that the local synagogue was the house of Godi.belief that a messiah would come to save Israel from its sinsj.observance of kosher food laws19.Which of the following activities occurred in local synagogues atthe time of Jesus? (Mark all that apply.)e.Town councilsf.Sacrifices offered by priestsg.Sabbath reading and discussion of Torahh.Court cases
20.What were some issues that divided the Jewish community inthe Late Second Temple period? (Mark all that apply.)e.Degree of Hellanization considered acceptablef.Whether the Torah was considered scriptureg.Whether there was an afterlife or a resurrectionh.Who should be considered religious leaders21.What is a "fence" law?e.A rule or tradition intended to help maintain obedience toa revealed lawf.A law governing property rightsg.A revealed law that helps set a "fence," or boundary, showingwho is a faithful practitioner of a religion and who is noth.A law one is "on the fence" about, or not sure one wants to obey22.Which of the following groups is known for its attempts to rejectHellenism and intensify its practice of Judaism through thedevelopment of “fence laws”?f.Essenesg.Sadduceesh. Phariseesi.Followers of Jesusj.Followers of John the Baptist23.Which of the following groups is known for living likeRomanized aristocrats and for being heavily involved in Judean(Roman) politics?f.Followers of Jesusg.Essenesh.Phariseesi.Followers of John the Baptistj.Sadducees24.Which of the following groups viewed the leadership ofJerusalem’s Second Temple as being corrupt?f.Sadduceesg.Followers of John the Baptisth.Phariseesi.Followers of Jesus

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LincolnBlumell
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