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What does Deuterocanonical mean?
What are the Deuterocanonical books?
Basically the books of the apocrypha, but with two more specific meanings
The Hellenistic Era: it's starting date and event
Starting in 333 BC, the Romans began conquering Greek cities and kingdoms
What does Hellenistic mean?
From "Hellas", the Greek word for "Greek"
What does Hellenization mean?
It is the spread of Greek culture and ideas
Give four examples of Hellenization
The new lingua Franca, new translation of the Old Testament and Septuagint, entertainment, and there were also temples built for the Greek gods
Why was Hellenization controversial among the Jews?
Some viewed it to be advancing personally, and others viewed it as violation to God's call for his people to be holy
What happened to Alexander's empire after he died?
His empire was divided
Explain the view of the Roman Catholic group, regarding the Apocrypha
They rejected the Apocrypha because it was found suspicious by them
Explain the view of the Eastern Orthodox group, regarding the Apocrypha
They consider it scripture, but less significant
Explain the view of the Traditional Protestant group, regarding the Apocrypha
They exclude it because they don't believe it's God's word
Explain the view of some Fundamentalist Protestants, regarding the Apocrypha
They believed that the Apocrypha wasn't God's word, but it was the truth.
Give an example of a book of the Apocrypha from the History/Narrative section
Give an example of a book of the Apocrypha from the Poetry/Wisdom section
Give an example of a book of the Apocrypha from the Prophecy section
What was the first Christian Bible with both Old and New Testament?
The Greek Septuagent
What was the dilemma that Christians faced in creating their own Bible and what was the solution that they made?
Christians continue to use the Greek Septuagint as their Bible. Jews rejected that the extra books of the Septuagint were holy, from God
Explain the difference between the Jews of the Promised land and the Jews of Diaspora
The Jews of Diaspora spoke Greek, whereas the Jews of the Promised land only spoke Hebrew. Meaning, the Jews of Diaspora also read the Greek translations
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