Flashcards in Life of Christ - New People and New Terms Deck (14):
Used twelve times in the New Testament, High priest or chief priests 84 times. When God ordained the priest in the OT it was strictly religious, after Babylonian captivity the priests have civil authority.
Only twice in the Gospels, John 1:19, Luke 10:32
Students, interpreters and teachers of the OT. Memorized the Pentateuch - their goal. Very traditional, very opposed to Christ, also known as lawyers
A) Governor of the feast (John 2:8-9)
B)Member of the Sanhedrin (John 3:1)
C) Chief Ruler (John 12:42)
D) Magistrate (Luke 12:58)
Separated, hard core conservatives, orthodox, barren of life, guardians of the written law.
High society political party of the Jews, liberal or modernist in religious matters, rivals of the Pharisees
A) Denied the existence of spirits
B) Denied the resurrection
C) Denied immortality of the soul
From Herod, authority from the Roman govt, from king, opposed to any political change
From northern Palestine, political fanatics, against any foreign domination
Mixed race, Assyrians and Jews married. Feared the Lord bu worshipped their own idols/ gods. 535 B.C. - the second temple being built they offered their help but were turned down, thus were hurt and sided against the Jews since then
Three references - John7:35, James 1:1, Peter 1:1 - this refers to those who are scattered or displaced (Jews)
Anyone who changed to Judaism, now its anyone who changes religions
Not in the OT, a synagogue is a local place of assembly, don’t have to go back to the main temple, started in Babylon, the beginning of the local assembly principal.
The accepted OT translation used by many; God committed preservation of the Bible to the Jews, preserved. No definitive complete manuscript of any pre-Christian manuscript. Apocrypha never quoted in the NT, not inspired