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The Jewish Encyclopedia suggests two possible accounts of Aaron's death.
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According to the Jewish Encyclopedia on David descendant Jehoash of Judah: In Rabbinical Literature: As the extermination of the male descendants of David was a divine retribution for the extermination of the priests because of David ( comp.
According to the Jewish Encyclopedia Abiathar was deposed from office when he was deserted by the Holy Spirit without which the Urim and Thummin could not be consulted.
According to the Jewish Encyclopedia, " a comparison of the Masoretic text with the Septuagint throws some light on the last phase in the history of the origin of the Book of Jeremiah, inasmuch as the translation into Greek was already under way before the work on the Hebrew book had come to an end ...
Scholars agree that the introductory and concluding sections of the book, the framing devices, were composed to set the central poem into a prose " folk-book ", as the compilers of the Jewish Encyclopedia expressed it.
According to the Jewish Encyclopedia, the large number of people claimed to have been killed by the Jews is an improbability ; " Perhaps the most striking point against the historical value of the Book of Esther is the remarkable decree permitting the Jews to massacre their enemies and fellow subjects during a period of two days.
Jewish and suggests
The Jewish Talmud, dating back about 1800 years, suggests a cure for gum ailments containing " dough water " and olive oil.
The Jewish ordering of the canon suggests that Chronicles is a summary of the entire span of history to the time it was written.
The Torah ( Jewish Law ), also known as the Pentateuch ( the first five books of the Christian Old Testament ), lays down the death penalty for murder, kidnapping, magic, violation of the Sabbath, blasphemy, and a wide range of sexual crimes, although evidence suggests that actual executions were rare.
The reference to the Jewish " boast ", and, indeed, the strident anti-Jewish tone of the whole passage, suggests another issue: some Christians thought that it was undignified for Christians to depend on Jews to set the date of a Christian festival.
The content of " M " suggests that this community was stricter than the others in its attitude to keeping the Jewish law, holding that they must exceed the scribes and the Pharisees in " righteousness " ( adherence to Jewish law ); and of the three only " M " refers to a " church " ( ecclesia ), an organised group with rules for keeping order.
The Talmud suggests that this was a result of Divine Providence: God had granted the Jewish people another leader of great stature to succeed Rabbi Akiva.
Modern scholarship dating from the Wissenschaft des Judentums movement of 19th century Germany, as well as textual analysis influenced by the 20th Century discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls, suggests that dating from this period there existed " liturgical formulations of a communal nature designated for particular occasions and conducted in a centre totally independent of Jerusalem and the Temple, making use of terminology and theological concepts that were later to become dominant in Jewish and, in some cases, Christian prayer.
Reuvein Margolies suggests that as the Mishnah was redacted after the Bar Kochba revolt, Rabbi Judah could not have included discussion of Hanukkah which commemorates the Jewish revolt against the Syrian-Greeks ( the Romans would not have tolerated this overt nationalism ).
A Jewish tradition suggests that there were twice as many prophets as the number which left Egypt, which would make 1, 200, 000 prophets.
( Alternatively, Lucien Gubbay suggests the name Medina could also have been a derivative from the Aramaic word Medinta, which the Jewish inhabitants could have used for the city.
Mason Klein, curator of a Man Ray exhibition at the Jewish Museum entitled Alias Man Ray: The Art of Reinvention, suggests that the artist may have been " the first Jewish avant-garde artist.
One explanation suggests Shealtiel died childless and therefore Pedaiah, his brother, married his widow according to a Jewish law regarding inheritance ().
He suggests, for instance, that Orwell may exaggerate the visceral contempt that the English middle classes hold for the working class, adding, however, that, " I may be a bad judge of the question, for I am a Jew, and passed the years of my early boyhood in a fairly close Jewish community ; and, among Jews of this type, class distinctions do not exist.
Historian Fernand Braudel suggests that in Cairo in the 11th century Muslim and Jewish merchants had already set up every form of trade association and had knowledge of every method of credit and payment, disproving the belief that these were invented later by Italians.
" Jacob ben Asher ( 14th century ) suggests that " tefillin " is derived from the Hebrew pelilah, " justice, evidence ," for tefillin act as a sign and proof of God's presence among the Jewish people.
Robert Funk also suggests that Jesus ' Jewish listeners were to identify with the robbed and wounded man.
" Halévy further suggests that, in real life, it was unlikely that a Samaritan would actually have been found on the road between Jericho and Jerusalem, although others claim that there was " nothing strange about a Samaritan travelling in Jewish territory.
The connection between the " Epistle of the Brethren of Purity " and Ismailism suggests the adoption of this work as one of the main sources of what would become known as " Jewish Ismailism " as found in Late Medieval Yemenite Judaism.
Despite this, a passage from the book of Acts suggests that both Pharisees and Sadducees collaborated in the Sanhedrin, the high Jewish court.
Cargill suggests that Qumran was established as a Hasmonean fort ( see below, " Qumran as fortress "), abandoned, and later reoccupied by Jewish settlers, who expanded the site in a communal, non-military fashion, and who were responsible for the Dead Sea Scrolls.
Robert Wardy suggests that what Aristotle rejects in supporting the use of logos " is not emotional appeal per se, but rather emotional appeals that have no ' bearing on the issue ,' in that the pathē they stimulate lack, or at any rate are not shown to possess, any intrinsic connection with the point at issue – as if an advocate were to try to whip an anti-Semitic audience into a fury because the accused is Jewish ; or as if another in drumming up support for a politician were to exploit his listeners's reverential feelings for the politician's ancestors.