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King David
founded a long-lasting dynasty of Israelite rulers
Solomon
son of Daivd; built first Temple in Jerusalem
Split
After death of Solomon; Israel and Judah- Davidic Kings ruled Judah
587 B.C.
Babylonians conquered Jerusalem, destroyeed Temple, ended dynasty.
Torah
Penateuch
Man created in "___"'s image
God
the LORD
indicates the prescence of YHWH
God and Israelite King
Father and son
central practice of Israelite rel.
sacrifice
ancestors that based Issraelite's relationship w/ God
Abraham, Isaac, Jacob(Israel)
Jew #
13 million
Jew City
Jerusalem
70 A.D.
Jerusalem and Temple destroyed
Torah means
"teaching" > "law"
Rabbi means
"my master"
Sabaath
sunset Friday - hour past sunset on Saturday
1492 A.D.
Jews expelled from Spain
Holocaust
Nazi Extermination - WW2
"covenant"
"agreement", "contract"
1948 A.D.
modern state of Israel
Roman Catholic #
1 billion
Pope means
"father", "dad"
Mass
most common designation for worship service centered on bread, wine - body,blood of Christ
Trinity
beleief that God exists as three Persons - God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit
325 A.D.
Council of Nicaea, made Trinity official
sacrament
term for an act(babptism) that is visible sacred sign that represents an invisible grace(Gift of God)
cross
Jesus cruxified on; Central Christian symbol
incarnation
technical term for God-in-Flesh; God became fully human
Russian Church
Orthodox; of Eastern Rite
New Testament
Christian Addendum; part of Christian Bible that contains pure Christian writings concenring life and times of Jesus
"fence for Torah"
kitniyot(Ashkenazi), no poultry w/ milk, no saying YHWH ever.
kitniyot
looks like grain but not part of 5 bad:corn, rice, beans(legumes), peas, peanuts
Passover begins
15th of Nisan
Seder means
"order"
matzah means
"unleavened bread"
chametz
"leavened bread"; Jews forbidden to eat or own during Passover
bitter herbs
romaine lettuce, horseradish
charoset
grated apples, nuts, spices, and wine
Seder wine
4 cups
lamp sacrifce at Temple
(Passover)
no
Order of Protestants comp. w/ Roman Cath.
RC > Lutheranism(flip new) > /Anglicanism > Methodism/ > /Presbyterian > Congregationalists > Baptists/ > /Mennonites & Amish > Hutterites/ > Quakers
Baal Shem Tov
started Hasidism
Jewish movement started first
Reform
Enlightenment
18th Century
theodicy
God's justice
Easter dates
differ in Eastern and Western Christianity
venerated on Good Friday in RC
wooden cross
this sacrament is usually celebrated on Easter
baptism
triduum
3 days, Maundy Thurs. - Easter Sun.
chametz
Heb. "leavened bread"
Passover begins
15th on Nisan
kitniyot
lierally "small things" maize, rice, peas, lentils, beans, (potatoes), (peanuts)
follow kitniyot
Ashkenazi
matzah
"unleavened bread"
Seder
"order"
Pharisees
rabbis who inluenced after 70 AD, 2nd Temple, "...preserved Torah from Moses"
non-synoptic gospel
John
midrash
Jewish Biblical interpretation focused on "digging out" deeper meaning
538 B.C.
Leader of Persians allowed Jews to return home
1453 A.D.
Muslim Turks conquered Constantinople and ended Christian Byzantine Empire
___ made Christianity legal in Rome
Constantine
eschatology
rel. ideas of future; life after death, final judgement, and world of peave and justice