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Department
Religion
Course
RLGA02H3
Professor
David Perley
Semester
Summer

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RLGAO2: F INAL E XAM S TUDY F ILE MATERIAL FROM Q UIZ#1 PART A: ERMS: DENTIFY AND DEMONSTRATE THE SIGNIFICANCE OF .ACH TERM MIDRASH DIASPORA MENORAH E XODUS PASSOVER TORAH R ABBI SABBATH SYNAGOGUE THEMES FROMPARTB: SHORT ESSAY QUEST:ONS 1.COVENANT 2.MESSIAH 3.RABBINICALJUDAISM Q UIZ2: PART A: ERMS: DENTIFY AND DEMONSTRATE THE SIGNIFICANCE OF .ACH TERM B APTISM GLOSSOLALIA HIJRAH SACRAMENT A POSTL’SC REED A TONEMENT INDULGENCES MYSTICISM TRINITY THEMES FROMPARTB: SHORT ESSAY QUEST:ONS 1.FOUR GOSPELS 2.EASTERN AND WESTERN CHRISTIANITY 3.PROTESTANT REFORMATION TERMS FORFINALE XAM Judaism: A POCALYPTIC BAR MITZVAH EXILE G EMARAH MINYAN M ISHNAH P ENTATEUCH SEDER SEPTUAGINT TEFILLIN Christianity B ISHOP CANON CRUCIFIX EUCHARIST LOGOS N ICENC REED PENTECOST TRANSUBSTANTIATION Islam: D HIKR FANA FIQH HADITH HAJJ `ID A-FITR IJMA IMAMIS JAHILIYAH QIBLAH QIYAS SHAHADAH SHAYKH S`IS S UNNAHSUNNIS SURAH U MMAHW ALI ZAKAT AREAS OF FOCUS: Chapter 2: The Jewish Tradition pp. 35-47 - Do not study material on ‘documentary hypothesis pp. 48 to top of 50 pp. 50-71 Rabbinal Judaism: pp. 71-86 Chapter 3: The Christian Tradition Christian Origins: pp. 203-213 (you do not need to know the material on Marcion or the Gnostics on pp. 214-217) Emerging Worship: pp. 218-219 Early Church: pp. 219-226 Creeds and the Trinity: pp. 227-230 (but NOT section on “Nestorians”) Luther: pp. 270-275 Chapter 5: The Islamic Tradition The Life of Muhammad; the Qur’an; Early Development Readings: Chapter 5, pp. 340-368 Sunni and Shi’a Islam; Sufism; Islamic Law Readings: Chapter 5, pp. 368-393; 404-416 TEXT VERSION OUTLINE OF POWERPOINT SLIDES: JUDAISM • HEBREW BIBLE o PENTATEUCH; TANAKH (ACRONYM: T N K) o 1. TORAH  GENESIS; EXODUS; LEVITICUS; NUMBERS; DEUTERONOMY o 2. PROPHETS (NEVI’IM) o 3. WRITINGS (KETUVIM) • SACRED HISTORY o CREATION STORIES  1. “COSMIC”: CREATION OF ORDER OUT OF CHAOS  2. ADAM AND EVE • GARDEN OF EDEN (TREE OF ?- Details!!!) o NOAH (COMMONALITY OF FLOOD MYTH IN MESOPOTAMIA) o ABRAHAM  COVENANT (CIRCUMCISION)  REWARD/PUNISHMENT  ISAAC à HEBREW LINEAGE  ISHMAEL à ARABS o JACOB (“ISRAEL”) à ISRAELITES o MOSES AND THE LAW  2 KEY EXPERIENCES • 1. BURNING BUSH • 2. MT. SINAI  EXODUS • TEN COMMANDMENTS • ARK OF THE COVENANT • PROMISED LAND (CANAAN) • TEMPLE JUDAISM o KINGDOM OF JUDAH  SAULà DAVID à SOLOMON  DAVID: CAPITAL = JERUSALEM  SOLOMON: FIRST TEMPLE (~950 BCE) o NORTHERN KINGDOM (ISRAEL)  CONQUERED BY ASSYRIANS (721 BCE) o SOUTHERN KINGDOM (JUDAH) o SOUTHERN KINGDOM: CONQUERED BY BABYLONIANS (TEMPLE DESTROYED IN 586 BCE)  50 YEAR EXILE IN BABYLONIA (586-539 BCE) • BEGIN SUBSTITUTIONS FOR TEMPLE (WRITTEN SCRIPTURE; SYNAGOGUES)  540 BCE: RETURN TO JERUSALEM  2NDTEMPLE BUILT: 515 BCE • SECOND TEMPLE ERA o MACCABEAN REVOLT (167 BCE)  “HASMONEAN DYNASTY” • SECT FORMATION: o 1. SADDUCEES o 2. PHARISEES o 3. ZEALOTS o 4. ESSENES o ROMANS RECLAIM AREA IN 63 BCE o 66CE: REVOLT à TEMPLE DESTRUCTION IN 70 CE • RABBINICAL JUDAISM o TEMPLE-BASED RELIGION à COMMUNITY AND TEXT-BASED RELIGION o SURVIVAL = CODIFICATION OF SCRIPTURE (200 CE) AND INTERACTIVE NETWORK OF EXEGESIS o SYNAGOGUE; PHARISEES à RABBIS • REVELATION AND INTERPRETATION o midrash = EXEGESIS (INTERPRETATION) o WRITTEN TORAH / ORAL TORAH o 200 CE: MISHNAH o MISHNAH + SUPPLEMENTARY INTERPRETATION à TALMUD o 2 VERSIONS OF THE TALMUD • CHRISTIANITY • JESUS IN THE GOSPELS o MOSAIC: “COMPOSITE PORTR
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