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Sects and separatism during the second Jewish Commonwealth a study of the origin of religious separatism, with special reference to the rise, growth, and development of the various sects, including the Dead Sea Community ... by Leila Leah Bronner

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Published by Bloch Pub. Co. in New York .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Jewish sects.

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Includes bibliographies.

Classifications
LC ClassificationsBM175.A1 B7
The Physical Object
Pagination174 p.
Number of Pages174
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5550779M
LC Control Number67030087

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the closing generations of the Second Jewish Commonwealth (c. bc –c. ad ), at least three types of Hebrew text: (1) the ancestor of the Masoretic text, (2) the Hebrew basis of the Septuagint version, and (3) a popular text of the Pentateuch akin to the Samaritan edition. A comparative. Sects and separatism during the second Jewish Commonwealth; a study of the origin of religious separatism, with special reference to the rise, growth, and development of the various sects, including the Dead Sea Community. PHARISEES (Heb. פְּרוּשִׁים, Perushim), a Jewish religious and political party or sect during the Second Temple period which emerged as a distinct group shortly after the . She is the author of numerous books, including Eve to Esther: Rabbinic Reconstructions of Biblical Women, Stories of Elijah and Elisha, Sects and Separatism During the Second Jewish Commonwealth, Biblical Personalities and Archaeology, and Stories of Biblical Mothers: Maternal Power in the Hebrew Bible. Dr.

The Second Temple period in Jewish history lasted between BCE and 70 CE, when the Second Temple of Jerusalem existed. The sects of Pharisees, Sadducees, Essenes, Zealots and early Christianity were formed during this period. The Beginning of the Second Commonwealth. Was the Persian king Cyrus who permitted the Jews to return to their land and rebuild their Temple Jewish? This is just one of the questions and intrigues surrounding the beginning of Jewish history in the Second Commonwealth. Starting in the latter half of the 20th century, some scholars have begun to argue that the historical picture is quite a bit more complicated than that.[22][23] In the 1st century, many Jewish sects existed in competition with each other, see Second Temple Judaism. The sects which eventually became Rabbinic Judaism and Early Christianity were. THE ESSENES AND MESSIANIC EXPECTATIONS A Historical Study of the Sects and Ideas During the Second Jewish Commonwealth By SOLOMON ZEITLIN, Dropsie College JOSEPHUS in his book Jewish Antiquities' in dealing with the history of Jonathan, the Hasmonean, gives an account of the different sects then in existence, the Pharisees, the.

L. Bronner, Sects and Separatism during the Second Jewish Commonwealth: skim for background. R. Marcus, "The Pharisees in the Light of Modern Scholarship," Journal of Religion xxxii (), E. Rivkin, "Pharisaism and the Crisis of the Individual in the Greco-Roman World," Jewish Quarterly Review, lxi (), THE SECOND COMMONWEALTH OF ISRAEL Cyrus king of Persia conquered Babylonia in BCE. In order to have an ally positioned between Persia and Egypt, Cyrus directed the Jews to return to Jerusalem and rebuild the Temple, which he helped fund. Apr 29,  · Answer The Jewish sects known as Sadducees and Pharisees arose late in the inter-Testimental period after the completion of the books that were later accepted into the Jewish canon. The Two Major Sects Contrasted TOPIC PHARISEES “Separatists” SADDUCEES “[Sons of] Zadok” Origins The Pharisees a rose during the Hasmonean rebellion (early 2nd Century BC) when there was an attempt to Hellenize (“to force someone to live like a Greek”) the Jewish faith out of existence. They defended the Law with their lives.