Judaism Papers

  • Death In The Jewish Religion

    1589 words, 7 pages

    “Just as there is a Jewish way of life, there is a Jewish way of death.” When a loved one dies, we feel sadness and grief. Every religion and/or culture has customs and practices when it comes to dealing with death and mourning of our loved ones. The Jewish people have several which will be discussed in detail. Russian Jews also follow the same customs with slight adjustments. From the time of death until the burial, the deceased is never left alone as a sign of respect. This period of time is called aninut. A person (shomer) is chosen to watch over the body and recite Psalms until the

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    Josephus

    837 words, 4 pages

    Titus Flavius Josephus was an ethnic Hebrew man, a soldier, a husband many, many times as well as a historian. Because he was a historian he was able to attain knowledge pertaining to different sects in Judaism. This ability allowed him to choose to be a Pharisee. His opinion may have been that he was against the war between the Romans and Jews but it did not change the fact that he became the commander of Galilee. In essence, he fought the Romans between the years of 66 A.D and 73 A.D as not only a commander but as a leader. Given this fight and Jews’ determination, thousands of people we

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