1. What glimpses do we get from Homers Iliad of the respective roles of men and
women in Greek society?
Men are the strong figures in the family, they fight for their country and protect their families.
Women are protective, arent as involved as men. In t
Hippocrates medical school attacked magical practices and beliefs
o They believed there was a science to the cause of disease, and
Epilepsy formerly believed as disease of the gods, hippocrates
explains there is a scientific reaso
SAINT PAULS VIEW OF JESUS, HIS MISSION, AND HIS TEACHING
The Apostles (teachers) believed in Jesuss promise of life after death. A pious Jew
named Saul had spoke out against the teachings of Jesus and persecuted his
followers. But he had a visionary exper
Roman law required all cults and religions to be licensed by the state. At first, the
Christians were considered part of the Jewish sect and therefore left alone. But since
so many gentiles (non-Jews) were becoming part of this new sect, they
Explain why the List at least three
Tell how woman
important aspects of was created in the
Belief that one Hebrews had
the Genesis story
very little art
Creation of the
Mans rib was
They did not
an outlook or system of thought attaching prime importance to
human rather than divine or supernatural matters.
done or acting according to a fixed plan or system;
Logical or based on reason
This is fav
The Greeks established the idea of political liberty; everyone was given a chance to
be heard. - A democracy.
The Greeks often looked to science for answers; they werent firm believers in myths
to interpret nature.
Greek societies valued human life itsel
Jesuss disciples (followers, students) after his death became apostles (teachers) and
missionaries, spreading his beliefs around Judea. These early apostles were the founders
of the Christian church.
Jesus talks about the punishments of committing a crime
Augustine (A.D 354-430) was one of the great theologians of the early
Christian church. City of God explains the nature of evil starting with
original sin (Adam and Eve-man always wants to follow his own
desires and temptation) and that only by turning to
Biblical allusions (stories that we still hear about often today) taught us
about the Ancient Hebrews views of Gods relationship to humankind, and
humans to each other: (know at least the basic elements of each story and
what they suggest about the Hebrew