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    My personal theory of religious education is the biblical family centered education. 1. The purpose of religious education 1) Deliver the biblical values through family life The Bible mirrors every dimension of the world, so the biblical values can help people form constructive and balanced characteristics to be whole persons. However, the biblical values will not be fully transmitted by only teaching in the church on a limited time because values are not knowledge to get by just teaching.…

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    realized how culture has an extreme impact on how people function in their daily lives. Moreover, I was blind to the fact that culture can be the reason why people may act in certain ways. I’ve said this time and time again that growing up in the south was an learning experience that helped me become the person I am and have the [perspective that many have not had to experience. Because of my experiences I think that I can provide a perspective that some people in my own culture may not…

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    many contradictions about the validity of stories in the Hebrew Bible. For example, “The Epic of Gilgamesh” has a few scenes that are similar to that of the Hebrew Bible. One scene in particular is Utanaphistim’s account of the Great Flood. The contradictions arise because Gilgamesh is dated as being written before the Hebrew bible. Therefore, The Epic of Gilgamesh’s flood has a few similarities to that of Noah’s flood in the Hebrew bible as well as differences such as the preparation of the…

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    came from Middle Eastern ancestry meanwhile, Ashkenazi came from Eastern European descendants. Beginning in the 1880s, Ashkenazi Jews migration to Israel were moved by a nationalist ideology and aspired to find better life conditions, to establish a Hebrew culture in a modern, predominantly secular, atmosphere. The Ashkenazim soon became the majority of Jews in Israel, and by 1948, they were 80% of the Jewish population of Israel. Ashkenazi Jews established most of the social, political, and…

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    In Anne Sexton’s poem “Letter Written on a Ferry”, she uses tone to convey meaning and to express her feelings. “Letter Written on a Ferry” was written while Anne was going through a breakup. This poem was written to express her feelings while going through this period of her life. When reading this poem, the reader automatically thinks a woman is leaving her loved one. Even though that is true, there is a hidden meaning that Sexton is trying to convey by using tone and her life experiences.…

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    new side of Moses is visible where he is actively accepting his duty to be the mediator between God and His people. There is also a shift in Moses’ and God’s interaction. Moses begins taking more control of the conversation by professing his thoughts on the Israelites and how they should be lead. This shift extends to the fact that Moses is not just God’s hand picked spokesman to the people, but is now his faithful companion. In the beginning of this excerpt, Moses straightforwardly expresses…

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    Eastern European Jewish Immigrants in German Jewish Communities Late nineteenth/early twentieth century Eastern European Jewish immigrants who settled in Ohio cities merged to some extent with the pre-existing German Jewish communities. Despite the various cultural differences such as language, religious values, and different immigration experiences, the new Eastern European Jews used the German Jews as a cultural example and became the equivalent of a lower-class German Jew. The economically…

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    For over 2,000 years, Jewish people have established amongst many places with different cultures, such as Iran, Israel, western Mediterranean, North Africa, Europe, and the Americas. Their roots come from the Middle East, especially Israel. The population of Israel has a mixture of native-born Jews, Arabs, and Jewish immigrants. Arabs is the largest group which in 2007 were 1,400,000 people, which accounted for approximately 20% of the population in this country (Ben-Arye, Lev, Keshet, & Schiff…

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    Matthew 13: 1-2 Analysis

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    when Jesus is the speaker, people become silent and it’s effortless to hear, even still they do not listen to the wisdom of God. “Though hearing they do not hear or understand.” Matthew and mark are parables that are common with each other in the Gospels. They talk about Jesus in a large crowds and how people will not listen to Jesus even with silence. God put these parables out for us, so that we could understand his spiritual lessons through his stories in the bible. Mark starts off with…

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    Thomas Cahill argues that the Jews greatly affected Western society. Although the Jews are small in number, their contributions affect the way all people - both Jewish and non-Jewish behave. Firstly, Judaism introduced the concept of democracy to the world. In the book of Shmot, when G-d defeats the demi-god Pharoah, He proves no political figure can be a god. Furthermore, the 10 plagues are a direct attack against Egyptian gods: the transformation of the Nile river into blood an affront to the…

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