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Question 6 5 out of 5 points To achieve a closeness to God, Orthodox Jews feel they are bound to the traditional rabbinic
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The movement dedicated to the establishment of a politically viable Jewish state is known as
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Colossians states that in Jesus "whole fullness of deity dwells bodily," which relates to the Christian doctrine of
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