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Lecture 5

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Religions Lecture 5Christianity Atonementmaking up for sins in Judaism there is a sense of redemption Yom kippur is day of fasting meant for people to take the time to think about their lives redress all of the bad things and getting in the good books of the godsdiff between cruficix and a cross is that a crucifix refers to the image of jesus being murked original myth is jesus dining with his followers apostles he has a final meal with them and breaks bread and they eat it in remembrance of him drink wine in his remembranceChristianity started as a Jewish sect Jesus was a Jew Jesus was born raised and he taught as a Jew in a Jewish context we dont have a lot of historical evidence one way or the other relative to Jesuss existence differences between Judaism and Christianity did not exist at first the teachings of the life of jesus in the bible there are differences than Jewish texts part of what Jesus was saying was deviating from the Jewish norms at the time but a significant portion was in line with the Jewish context what Jesus is saying and resultant movement would not have made sense outside of Jewish context at first as time passed it developed its own identity debates and issues in Judaism were the debates that framed early christianhoodJesus himself says i come not to abolish the law but to fulfill it the law of moses the torahthere is no such thing as one unified Christianity true of all religions but certainly true of Christianitythe debate rages over whether Jesus was a Nasarene or a Pharaseen no one knows we dont know what form of Judaism he was drawing on easiest to say he was drawing on his own interpretation of Judaism top left image is Catholicism catholic mass the centerpiece of the mass the mass is the service that is usually held once a week on SundaysChristianity and Catholicism Cathol
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