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Genesis 21 3 haggadah mishnah and germara talmuds two

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Book read during the Shabbat/ Passover? Genesis 2:1-3 / Haggadah Mishnah and Germara? Talmud’s two parts What did god promise Abraham? Father of many nations Make sure you know some Jewish terms for God? Elohim, El Shaddai, Elyon, El, Avinu Josiah and the Jewish law Kabbala Movement - deals with elements of the occult and other esoteric subjects not covered in the mainstream Jewish canon. Get Jewish divorce - sefer k'ritut (scroll of cutting off) or “get”, Strict kosher Jews Exodus - is the most important event in Judaism, delivering the Israelites from slavery in Egypt and bringing them into their homeland of Canaan. Haggadah - text that sets forth the order of the Passover Seder . Reading the Haggadah at the Seder table Torah - books of Jewish scripture Nehemiah – Cup bearer of the king of persia who rebuilt the walls of Jerusalm Ezra - led a group of Judean exiles living in Babylon to their home city of Jerusalem where he enforced observance of the Torah and cleansed the community of mixed marriages Ezekiel and Isaiah wrote around/during the Babylonian captivity . Diaspora - the dispersion of Jews outside of Israel Talmud - central text of mainstream Judaism . It takes the form of a record of rabbinic discussions pertaining to Jewish law , ethics , philosophy, customs and history. who was against the zionist - Reformed Jews? Reformed Judaism and their view of Talmud - does not accept the Talmud as authoritative; simply as a historical document Who founded: Zionism (Herzl), Hasidic (Israel bec Eliezer/ Baal Shem Tov), Reconstruction (Kaplan) Three branches - Orthodox, Conservative, Reform What was the most popular sect of Jews in Israel? Secular Who fought with Egypt that resulted in the resignation of Anwar Sadat and later his assassination? Israel Muslim Brotherhood when and where it started - Founded in 1928 in Egypt Who was the “Founder of Judaism”? Abraham Who was Abraham’s son that he almost sacrificed in replace of a ram? Isaac The main believe that separates Christianity from Judaism is believe in the resurrection of Jesus. When did the Jewish Diaspora begin? 586 BCE That it was the Jewish leaders who were responsible for charging Jesus Different sects of Judaism, where they’re popular, what they stand for, and who founded them - for example, Secular Judaism is the most popular form of Judaism in Israel. .. or Baal Shem Tov founded Hasidic Judaism. .. or largest group of Jews worldwide orthodoxy. role of the priests in ancient Babylon - some served the gods with hymns and liturgy; others practiced divination and astrology, and still others were concerned with protecting people from demons Confucianism – based on the teachings of Master Kung Western Latinized form of Kung is Confucius, born in the 6 century BC Confucius was born in 551 BC, the child of an aristocratic family that lost it’s wealth during the decline of the Chinese Feudalism
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