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Theology Week 2 Notes

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Theology Week 2 Notes THL-101-06

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These notes are from week 2 of what he covered in class. They are specifically regarding the history of the Jews.
Intro to Theology
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Jonathan Notetaker on Saturday September 10, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to THL-101-06 at Spring Hill College taught by Dr. Switzer in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 5 views. For similar materials see Intro to Theology in Theology at Spring Hill College.


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Date Created: 09/10/16
- TaNaK= Jewish Bible o This is just the old testament in the Catholic Bible Reading Bible - a,b,c- the letters refer to which sentence in the verse is to be read - f- refers to the next verse Types of Religion - polytheism=worship of many Gods - monotheism= worship of one God - henotheism= many Gods but only worship one - monolatry= many Gods but only one is worshipped History - 1200 BC= Semitic (people of middle east) confederacy in Israel of 12 tribes o The Exodus o Tribe breakdown= Abraham-> Isaac-> Jacob-> 12 tribes - 1000 BC= Kingship o Saul (Samuel- the prophet/last judge anointed Saul) o David o Solomon (built temple)- died in 922 BC  Kingdom split into northern and southern Kingdoms North- 10 tribes, Samaria= called Samaritans South- 2 tribes, Jerusalem= called Jews - 722 BC= Assyrians conquer the Northern Kingdom o Thought this happened b/c God was angry - 586 BC= Babylonians conquer the Southern Kingdom o Thought this happened b/c God was angry o Jews exiled in Babylon (Babylonian Exile)  Beginning of Diaspora - 538 BC= Cyrus of Persia conquers Babylon - 519 BC= Temple is rededicated in Jerusalem o Roots of Judaism - 519-319 BC= Jews rebuild and live stable - 330 BC Alexander the Great (Macedonian)- basically Greek o After his death, the empire was divided into 4 o Jewish land= seleuca->Seleucid dynasty->revolution 60 BC Romans


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