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1 These are aspirations that stretch back through the ages - aspirations at the heart of Judaism, at the heart of Christianity, at the heart of all of the world's great religions.
2 one of the major things we've seen the beginnings of that will become more and more important for the nature of Christianity later is its separation from Judaism.
3 are actually different bibles, though they all started with Jews (but before Judaism, per se).
4 So you are allowed to pray outside in Judaism.
5 In a clearing on a cliff stood the remains of a 6, 000-year-old temple, older than the Bible or even Judaism itself.
6 Judaism comes into it because of Bible.
7 After sending Indy in the first three films in search of holy relics from Judaism, Hinduism and Christianity, George Lucas and Steven Spielberg needed a fresh quest for a fourth film.
8 I was occupying two separate worlds - contemporary art and Judaism - and at the level of daily functionality, they don't really mix well.
9 It also is driven very much by a secessionist account of Judaism as being something that was moribund at the time of Jesus.
10 Brazilian Jew, she fashioned strange, experimental novels and stories in elemental settings that seem only tangentially related either to Brazil or to Judaism.
11 For him, Christianity was simply the fruit of Judaism; his first religion came to completion in his second.
12 It allowed Hebrew society and Judaism to strengthen for another crucial century—by which time the Babylonian king Nebuchadrezzar could banish the Hebrew people but not obliterate them or their faith.
13 Then kind of more for ideological purposes they said, we'll let the Jews in,so Judaism can be a world religion also, because you don't actually have to be in one location to practice it.
14 These thinkers see Jesus as both apocalyptic prophet and reforming sage, as purifier of Judaism and builder of a new order.
15 Does it allowed in Judaism? I'm curious.
16 their bitterest discord is over legislation drafted by Mr Lieberman's party to ease conversion to Judaism.
17 In New Orleans with a small Jewish population, there is a cultural demand for Jewish food and a cultural lack of Judaism.
18 Now in order to use Jewish scripture to teach the supercession of Judaism by Christianity you know that he's going to have interpreted it in what we would consider very creative ways.
19 There was also conflict within Judaism.
20 Clearly early Christianity has got to be studied in the context of Ancient Judaism, and so we'll do so next time.
21 A dog walks on the Israeli side of the Gaza Strip. In traditional Judaism, dogs are considered impure.
22 C would be Judaism - it's old and restrictive, but most of the world is familiar with its laws and respects them.
23 traditional Judaism, dogs are considered impure.
24 That's why Jews don't go around missionizing and trying to convert everybody in Asia to Judaism, or everybody in Africa to Judaism.
25 Paul himself thought he was continuing Judaism.
26 Hebrew Bible for Judaism.
27 The judge ordered that the plaintiff convert from Judaism to Christianity, that all his property be appropriated, and that he put to put to death.
28 At the same time, Judaism has a unique sense of God's personal presence.
29 All became interested in the cultural or intellectual aspects of Judaism, although not usually in the religious or communal side.
30 What Matthew is presenting is a different sect within Judaism from the form of Judaism that's represented by the Pharisees or the Sadducees perhaps.