What Kind of Jew Are You?

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12 May 2014 18:57 #147111 by Lauchsoheen
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Why is Sephardic there but Ashkenazi isn't. Looking at it, it seems like you assume that Orthodox equates to Ashkenazi, who were only the Germanic Jews. Also, what about the Arab Jews or the Indian Jews (Yes they existed).

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23 Dec 2014 18:31 - 23 Dec 2014 18:32 #174754 by ghost dog
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on a five star scale i give this chart, or am i too overwhelmed by the titling of the subject, twenty nine stars, but essene could also be branched out, Nazarite/Nazarene for one.

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24 Dec 2014 01:27 - 24 Dec 2014 01:28 #174786 by Rickie The Grey
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Br. John wrote: This chart speaks for itself. It's remarkable thinking about this. For all in this Rite studying this is indispensable. For any student of comparative religion it's a must.


So most everyone is Christian origin?
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01 Jan 2015 01:28 - 01 Jan 2015 01:30 #175319 by ghost dog
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i remember reading that roman catholicism had a lot to do with the creation of islam. or they actually wrote most of the koran.
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15 Apr 2015 15:32 #188269 by Zephyrus
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How did Mormonism grow from Methodism?

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15 Apr 2015 16:10 - 15 Apr 2015 16:18 #188274 by OB1Shinobi
dont mess with me i know jew jitsu

i mean, ah, shalom!

People are complicated.
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16 Apr 2015 01:27 #188355 by Alan
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That chart is a load of rubbish. One of the many errors is the assumption that the listed religions are monolithic in the sense that they remain constant throughout their history and across geography. Not so. Judaism is itself influenced by a variety of sources and has never been monolithic.

The chart is so wrong in so many ways. The lines between religions is supposedly showing development (influence?) from one to another. So, what was Christianity before Paul if he is its first interpreter? But he was of the Pharisaic tradition so that line has to be re-drawn. Judean Christianity is a misnomer. The earliest competing tradition was Galilean or does the chart mean Jerusalem? Then that would have to be part of 1st century Judaism before the destruction of the Second Temple. After that everything changed.

Cathars? Why does this heresy get a place?

Sadducees? They ARE the Northern Tribal which is a meaningless term anyway.
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16 Apr 2015 02:02 #188356 by OB1Shinobi
i am jewbaca!



dont be offended; im southern

(we dont have class so we make up for it in detention)

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16 Apr 2015 02:02 #188357 by Trisskar
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Connor L. wrote: How did Mormonism grow from Methodism?


....Good question.

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16 Apr 2015 02:12 - 16 Apr 2015 02:16 #188358 by OB1Shinobi
the way i understood it is that joseph smit was a methodist before he had his vision and found the ancient writings which he used to become the "new moses" and write the book of mormon

People are complicated.
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