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  • The Concepts Of Human Psychology

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    however in the event that essential we can approach our forces of motivation to touch base at a consistent choice. Usually, we surmise that we have purposes behind what we trust, that is frequently a misstep. Prof Daniel Kahneman, from Princeton University, began an inquiry in our comprehension of the human personality. It's a deep quest and

  • The Hebrew Exiles In Babylon Essay

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    The Hebrew Exiles in Babylon      When Jerusalem fell to the conquering Babylonians in 587 BC, most of what was important to the Hebrew people was gone. They lost their holy city, the Temple was destroyed, and the Davidic monarchy ended (Beasley 221). Following the destruction of Jerusalem, the Babylonian king, Nebuchadrezzar, deported most of the population to other cities, including Babylon. These exiles remained there for about fifty years until the Persian forces, under king Cyrus, took

  • Samuel Norich Research Paper

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    Congress and the executive director of YIVO Institute for Jewish Research. Originally from Germany, Samuel immigrated to the United States when he was a child during the 1950’s and attended Columbia University as an undergraduate, and the University of Wisconsin-Madison and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem as a graduate student. He has served on the boards of Folksbiene Yiddish Theatre and Meretz USA for Israeli Civil

  • Ezekiel Essay

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    thereby addressing both communities in a single entry. Nevertheless, whether in Judah or Babylon, Ezekiel continued to prophesize to the Judeans, before and after the exile of the remaining Hebrews. Before the destruction of Jerusalem and the temple, Ezekiel prophesized about the total destruction of Jerusalem, brought on by the Judean’s guilt. Ezekiel, at first, was a reluctant prophet. Unlike other prophets he was married, therefore had responsibilities to people other than himself. The symbolic

  • The Holy Land

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    including Jerusalem, belonged to him and his future descendants. Genesis 17:8 reads; "I will give to you, and to your descendants after you, the land of your sojourning, all the land of Canaan, for an everlasting possession." This part of the Old Testament, accepted by both Islam and Judaism has been read and re-read for centuries. This verse shows that the Jews were personally promised the land by their God. Though something else that truly stands out is that in the original Hebrew Scriptures 'I

  • Judaism Historical Background

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    world are Jews. During the Second World War, 6 million Jews were annihilated by the Nazi people that occupied Europe at the time. The massacre was meant to purify the Aryan race by Hitler’s armies. The history of the Jewish religion is told in the Hebrew Bible. This history begins with the Pentateuch also known as the Five Books of Moses, a collection of the ethical and law teachings. The Pentateuch begins with the history of creation and the first humans. The founding fathers (patriarchs) and the

  • Mount Ebal Research Paper

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    I. Stephan A. Kaufman: Hebrew Union College / Jewish institute Ph. D. Stephen A. Kaufman, Ph. D. Bible and Cognate Literature at HVC-JIR/Cincinnati. He was educated at the Jewish theological seminary, Yale University, and the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. His specialties include ancient semitic languages. Biblicial studies, and academic computing. II. Mount Ebal: Mountain in Asia. Mount Ebal is one of the two mountain in the immediate vicinity of the city of Nablus in the West Bank, and forms the

  • The Destruction Of The Second Temple Of Jerusalem

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    or far longer depending on one’s viewpoint. The destruction of the Second Temple of Jerusalem is what differentiates each viewpoint. Some believe Judaism to have begun with this obliteration, which brought about the end of the temple-based traditional religion and the extensive dispersion of the Jewish people to lands outside of Israel. Others believe Judaism to have begun over four thousand years ago with the Hebrew people in the Middle East. Abraham is considered the father of the Jewish faith because

  • Biblical Archaeological Of Biblical Archaeology

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    Bible lines up with accepted geography and history. The Jerusalem Siege Tower shows the accuracy of what was described as historical events in the Bible. The Pool of Siloam is found in John 9, and proves that the places that Jesus spoke of while performing miracles really existed, and still do. Finally, the Dead Sea Scrolls validate the authenticity of the scripture that we read today. Through the analysis of the excavation of the Jerusalem Siege Tower,

  • I Discovered : A Profound Enthusiasm For Learning About The Lives Of Ancient Peoples That Has Furthered My Determination

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    small amount of artifacts buried with the deceased and previous finds from inside the city to paint a picture of their lives, but there is so much still unknown about the context in which the Philistines lived. When I returned to Johns Hopkins University, I maintained my newfound interest in ancient contexts and I began to channel it into my research. Through my classes, I conducted several projects in