Lecture Notes for REL 101 - Intro To Religion at Miami (Miami)

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Material Type:Study Guide
Class:REL 101 - Intro To Religion
Subject:Religious Studies (REL)
University:University of Miami
Term:Spring 2009
  • Enuma Elish
  • Ecclesiastes
  • Particularly
  • Ancient Israel
  • Christianity
  • Anthropomorphic
  • The Hebrew Bible
  • The Independent
  • New Testament
  • Second Temple
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REL 101 Study Guide for Exam 2 Generally speaking, you should be familiar with all of the material assigned in the readings (Molloy, Bible, other). You should base your study on the outline of our discussion in lectures and class discussion, using the slides as a guide. To further assist you, I have compiled the following summary of terms, concepts, issues and events. Be familiar with these as discussed in class. Be sure to know the items below well! Dates: Know the dates and major events indicated on the timeline handout (those emphasized in class) The Hebrew Bible: Tanak and Old Testament Terms: Apocrypha-New Testament Writing, cointained Jesus¶ sermons, early Judaism DeuterocanonTanak-The Hebrew Bible Torah- (Instruction) The first 5 books of the Hebrew scripture, orally transmitted from Moses Nevi¶im-(Prophets) The second of Hebrew Scriptures Former Prophets y Joshua y Judges y Samuel 1,2 y Kings 1,1 Latter Prophets y Isaiah y Jeremiah y Ezekial y ³The Twelve´ Kethuvim-(Writings) Development of the B...

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