Analysis Of The Gospel Of Luke And John

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Final Paper Having to challenge traditional beliefs has been a thought a provoking process, since I was told from an early age that everything inscribed in the Bible was deemed historically accurate. But as time prolongs, and since it makes sense, it has been easier to accept. The information I acquire continues to question faith and facts. My knowledge of the Bible, continues to invigorate every day. Towards the end of the Semester, we began analyzing and studying in depth the Gospel of Luke and John which is part of the New Testament. In order to understand the Gospels, the reader needs to know the information behind it and the timing of which they are written in. …show more content…
This gospel is filled with speeches. Love each other and keep my commands repetitive throughout John. In the Gospel of John there is a controversial text which a beneficial strategy when analyzing the Bible is to read the text carefully. This idea of “Peace be with you” which is used in the Eucharist, derived from the Gospel of John. In the Bible there are numerous lines, which are false. There was a text where Jesus addressed the Jews as belonging to the Satan. Why would Jesus say such a reply of this caliber to his own people? The reason this was written was because Christian and Jews were in a state of conflict. According to the Jews, anyone who believed in Jesus was cursed. In order to understand the reasoning behind the text, I need to know background information. At the time, no one knew Jesus was the son of God that is why none of the disciples were martyrs and if they would have known, they would not have run off as they did. Sin to Jews is different than to catholic. Unlike Catholics were the individual knows they are committing a sin, Jews believe that sin can happen by accident, thus they constantly would have to clean themselves. By simply walking through a cemetery, it would be considered sin to a …show more content…
Oesterreicher and Sister Rose Thering. They revolutionized the Catholic Church with their works and influence in the Nostra Aetate. Christianity and Judaism have always been in a quarrel and this document attempts to reconcile them. Seton Hall has had the tremendous opportunity to have such influential individuals as Sister Rose Thering and John M. Oesterreicher teach at the university. On March 23, 1953, John M. Oesterreicher established the Institute of Judaeo-Christian studies at Seton Hall which is the oldest institution in the world which focuses on these types of studies and which also has the only graduate program in the United States. He was joined by Rabbi Asher Finkel and he was excited for this new project, which tried to unite both religions. This paved the way to the formation of other universities creating a similar program since they were so successful. In 1961, Monsignor Oesterreicher was invited to make a preparatory statement at the Second Vatican Council. Sister Rose Thering’s PhD thesis was used in the Second Vatican Council in 1965 which is a tremendous achievement for women and a step toward the acceptance of Judaism. Sister Rose Thering has inspired me to question and go against traditional views when one feels that an idea is untrue At Seton Hall, she has played a major role in Judeo-Christian Studies and has helped it grow. It is

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