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Letters: Interrogations addressing Rabbis and Scholars concerning Judaism

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Letters: Interrogations addressing Rabbis and Scholars concerning Judaism

 

 

 

 

 

 

Question 1: On the subject of the Jewish schism

 

Dear Rabbi…, Can you tell me if before the Jewish schism the temple was originally located on the Mount Gerizim and David then decided to move it to Jerusalem? It would seem that Samaritans are in fact the original Jews and that it is the actual Jews who are the Protestants?

 

 

Dear Student…, in the first five books of the torah, Mount Gerizim is mentioned as the place of the Bless, the place of the God. (You can search at the knowledge center articles in this issue).

There is no mention to Jerusalem as a holy place. Jerusalem was built by King David 400 years after the entering to the holy land. Nobody command him to do so.

It started from political reasons; he wanted to unite all the people of Israel under his kingdom. And then it became the holy place.

When did God choose this place?

And did he wait 440 years after Israel entered Canaan.

 

Sincerely Rabbi…,

 

 

 

 

 

Question 2: On the event of the Gospels

 

What literary position should be placed the four evangels (gospels)?

It seems evident that the four pseudepigrahae were written by a unique individual and this during a 30 year span (ie.70 ad – 100ad).

 

 

The first of the gospels arrive almost immediately after the destruction of the temple at Jerusalem. It would seem as well that this compendium was written by a laureate of Judaic doctrine or at least Judaic literature and is thus using this source to inspire his work.

The said literature is messianic pseudepigraphae which makes reference to biblical themes however the ambiguity and inconsistency in essence manifest a mythological substructure.

The author intentionally expresses with his literature a messianic desire that is to say; he is interested in creating the messiah or to mechanically bring into life and history the messianic event.

Or is this simply a surreptitious, even subconscious refusal of the mosaic commandment; that is not to bring into existence any image of the divine?

Through his writing the author seems to wish to create even project into existence and history his messiah.

These satiric and ironically nostalgic genera, around personages of Jesus and Mary imprecated with the messianic flavour. Ironic since the messiah is still in the waiting.

 

 

The nostalgic aspect is efficacious in adding prophetic spice to the scenario.

The satiric literary construction elaborates a complete reversal of history, since the candidate of the multiple Jesus of history as described by Flavius Josephus in his Conflicts of the Jews was in fact either a thief or brutal murderer and the Mary of history as described by Josephus literally eats half of her son keeping the other half for a later meal.

Satiric literature one must add is vogue at the event of writing the gospels. Starting in Greece and spreading to Rome with Horace etc… it was the preferred vehicle to express ones chagrin. Historical writers;

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