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Lecture 3

Lecture 3 notes

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Religion
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RLGA01H3
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Henry Shiu

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LECTURE 3Rubinical traditional emerges after destruction of first templeRubinical Judaism is the Judaism we see todayWhy Abraham is considered the first Hebrew patriarch o Renewing a new agreement o To be a patriarch fatherly connotation concrete exampleprototype o Abraham was supposed to represent the typical Jewish believeryou behave in a certain way then heres the things that will result from it hes a prototype o Abraham and Sarah have been trying to get children but it wasnt successfulbut has a child with Hagar second wife o Sarah has child namedIsaac o God requests that Abraham sacrifices his son but then Isaac is the son that is up for sacrifice o This was Gods test to see if he would do it or not o Abraham is an example of a monotheistThese stories are forcing people to thinktheres an educational component to thisPeople are looking at these stories and are trying to make sense of themIsaac is born through SarahIsaac is believed to be the father of the Jews and Ishmael the father of the Arabs S or EuropesJacobIsraelitesone who struggles with godJewish publication society on the internet for more storiesAs Jacobs leaving the land of kingdom to go on
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