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Take Up of Test #1

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Department
Religion
Course Code
RLG100Y1
Professor
Andre Maintenay

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Take Up of Test #1
7 characteristics of religion
Working definition used by scholars
Religions have a worldview – way of interpreting world
Experiential dimension – includes numinous and mystical traditions
Mythic dimension – narratives aspect that explains stories, interpretation of myt hs
Articles of life
Ethical dimension – Ten Commandments, principles
Ritual dimension – mass, prayers 5 times a day
Social dimension – regulation of society, institutions
**HINT FOR TEST TEST: HOLY ROMAN EMPIRE**
Babylonian Exile
When it took place: exile of Judeans by Babylonians in 586 BC
Took place after Jerusalem and its temple was destroyed in 586 BC
Forced exile of Judeans and became known as Jews
Change of r itual, development of house worship, r itual life, emergence of rabbis to
facilitate r ituals and prayers and priestly class becomes devalued
Emergence of Aramaic rather than Hebrew
Emergence of apolopyse
Compilation of narratives tha t becomes Hebrew Bible
Anxiety of preservation of culture, group identity
Debates of theology discussion
Beginning of Diaspora
Moses Mendalis
Lived in 18
th
century
Considered father of Jewish enlightenment
Strong suppor ter of analytical reason
Was philosopher
Believed through use of reason anyone can come to logic of religious truth
Encouraged Jews to come out of ghettos
Encouraged social and political participation of Jews in community life
Thought this kind of participation outside Jewish community would have positive effect
on Jews
Accepting miracles and revelations but saying not essential to Jewish faith
Rule of law mattered most and not that it was delivered by revelation
Mishnah
Emerges out of oral Torah
Particular importance after destruction of 2
nd
temple
Compilation of oral laws completed in year 200
Interpretation of Mishnah called
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Take Up of Test #1 7 characteristics of religion Working definition used by scholars Religions have a worldview way of interpreting world Experiential dimension includes numinous and mystical traditions Mythic dimension narratives aspect that explains stories, interpretation of myths Articles of life Ethical dimension Ten Commandments, principles Ritual dimension mass, prayers 5 times a day Social dimension regulation of society, institutions **HINT FOR TEST TEST: HOLY ROMAN EMPIRE** Babylonian Exile When it took place: exile of Judeans by Babylonians in 586 BC Took place after Jerusalem and its temple was destroyed in 586 BC Forced exile of Judeans and became known as Jews Change of ritual, development of house worship, ritual life, emergence of rabbis to facilitate rituals and prayers and priestly class becomes devalued Emergence of Aramaic rather than Hebrew Emergence of apolopyse Com
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