It's important to realize that Jesus' actions and teachings didn't emerge from a vacuum. Rather, they were the products of a fascinating dialogue with - and reaction to - the traditions, cultures, and historical developments of ancient Jewish beliefs. In search of a more complete comprehension of Jesus' legacy, this course explores fundamental questions such as: How was early Judaism different from the Rabbinic Judaism practiced today? What kind of world did early Jewish sects envision, and how does Jesus' worldview relate to theirs? How did events like the Babylonian exile and the reign of Herod the Great affect the development of Judaism up to Jesus' time?
Follow an acclaimed archaeologist to unearth the roots of Jesus' actions and teachings within the traditions and beliefs of ancient Judaism. These fascinating 24 lectures approach the subject of Jesus from a historical rather than scriptural perspective - one rooted in ancient texts and archaeological discoveries. This investigation reveals hidden insights into how the tumultuous events of early Jewish history shaped an individual - and a movement - whose legacy endures to this day.
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Von lepaula Am hilfreichsten 18.08.2018
Great lecture but ...
for the use of the term ‘Palestine’.
As it is said, Hadrian named the land ‘Palestine’ to distance the former Giudea from the Jewish people.
Given the present political situation in the Middle East and the Palestinians claiming that they always have had an ancient State, named Palestine, in the land of what is now modern Israel, mentioning all over the course the land as Palestine even before the times of Hadrian, is quite unaccurate and confusing.