History of Judaism
Basic Judaism is Israel's existence and calls as well as membership by birth , although the door is open also for proselytes . There is no evidence that Judaism understands the OT teachings about the existence of ' the rest ' . Motto that ' All Israel will inherit the world who will come ' is generally accepted . Only apostasy ( a term which means not steady ) is usually considered to be the only barrier to enjoy it .
In this environment everyone is a brother Israelite . Despite differences in social levels that are prevalent in society was never denied, in the presence of God depends on one's level of knowledge of the Torah and fulfillment. So in the services in the synagogue leader qualification is piety , knowledge and ability . The rabbi is not a priest or pastor . ' Dedication ' rabi solely based on the recognition of the church , that the rabbi was an expert in the law , and based on that he should act as a judge . So the rabbi is that those who know the law and who know teach well , and he was recognized by some rabbis who have got recognition , or in things which are recognized by the church extraordinary . All of it was enough to make a person legally become a rabbi .
The woman was seen at the bottom position of a man , because women under the power of her husband . Also considered are not able to execute certain commands of the Torah . But basically Judaism has always maintained the meaning of Gen 2:18 and defend the dignity of women .
b . Resurrection from the dead
Although contrary to his will , in the future , due to the influence of Christianity and Greek philosophy , Judaism rather its affirmation that the human spirit can not die . However, true to the spirit of Judaism still considers the bodily resurrection of the OT that must happen for the sake of its true life after death . 2 Tim 1:10 Judaism is not to deny the hope of the resurrection from the dead , because it is - different from the Christian faith that is based on the resurrection of Christ - summed up by a bit of guidance in the OT and forged in the spiritual pangs that afflict the righteous since the time of Antiochus Epiphanes .
' olam ha - Zeh ( ' world ' ) expressly distinguished from the ' olam ha - ba ' ( ' the world who will come ' ) . The last one is always seen ( except members who diaspora in western bg because more Hellenistic ) associated with this earth . Both of them - ' this world ' and ' the world who will come ' - linked by the ' Age Messiah ' who is always seen as a period that is limited .
c . Torah
Presumably Pharisees are in the middle position between the class of Sadducees who rejected the authority of the Books of the Prophet ( although not reject its value ) , with a very distinguished group of Qumran Testament Scriptures respecting the authority of the Prophet , the Prophet books of origin was in the hands of the interpreter who interprets worthy .
The Pharisees looked at the books of the Prophet as a review which...