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Fall 2010 Bible Study Lessons

                                    

The Torah Jesus Taught

In Judaism, the first five books of our Christian Bible are called The Torah. Torah is Hebrew for teaching, and came to be used for “The Law”. Therefore in English it is usually translated “The Law”. It contains the founding legal/religious texts of Israel and Judaism. Between 200 and 300 BC, it was translated into Greek since the Greeks ruled the Middle East, and the Torah was called in Greek “The Pentateuch” which means “five books”. The tradition of Judaism divides The Torah into 613 commandments consisting of 365 restrictions and 248 positive commandments. In Jesus’ day (7 BC to 30 AD), oral traditions were considered part of the Torah by the Pharisees, but the oral traditions were not written down until much later. At the time of Jesus’ ministry, no one doubted the authorship of Moses, so The Torah was often called the writings of Moses, or just the Law of Moses.

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Lesson 1:  The Torah Jesus Taught 

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Lesson 2:  Deuteronomy

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Lesson 3:  WILL_A_MAN_SERVE_GOD_FOR_NOTHING

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Lesson 4:  Psalm_139

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Lesson 5:  Solomon’s_View_of_Wisdom

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Lesson 6:  Isaiah_the_Prophet

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Lesson 7:  Hosea-The_Living_Illustration

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Lesson 8:  Jesus_in_Isaiah_53

About the Author: Charlie Taylor
About the Author: Charlie Taylor

Charlie Taylor grew up in Dallas, Texas, graduated from the University of Texas Business School and went into the commercial real estate business for about twenty years before enrolling in and graduating from Dallas Theological Seminary with honors.

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