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Temple s destroyed in 70 ce, a major place for centralizing for judaism disappears. Northern kingdom is run over and the 10 tribes from it are dispersed and we don t know what happened to them. It could have been a similar situation in the south. So in rabbinical judaism there are things that can no longer be practiced than rather a way to substitute new practices to substitutes for the old. Not only is judaism is struggling to negotiate its identity but so were christians. Midrash: activity of interpretation of revealed or sacred scriptures. Read the torah: read the 5 books of moses. Oral torah: recorded and memorized material/oral text/taught to other people/no actual. Mishnah: written version of this oral tradition: the rabbis used mishnah to look back at the text/interpretation of hebrew bible, codification of the mishnah: first activity/major work of rabbinical judaism. Babylonian talmud is the more standardized version.

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