atom feed75 messages in org.kde.kde-cafeRe: KDE and Total World Domination
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Subject:Re: KDE and Total World Domination
From:Bob Rea (sfpe@earthlink.net)
Date:Apr 15, 2002 5:28:43 pm
List:org.kde.kde-cafe

On Monday 15 April 2002 09:51 am, Roberto Alsina wrote:

On Mon, 15 Apr 2002, Bob Rea wrote:

On Monday 15 April 2002 09:05 am, Roberto Alsina wrote:

Even if zealot is considered by many to be an insult, IIRC every jew in the world is technically a zealot ;-)

Kindly expand and explain that, please.

Again, IIRC, the zealot jewish sect is what became today's jewish religion.

No, sorry to say, that's not correct. The Zealots were the ones who fomented and fought the revolt against Rome. They basically died in the process. The Sadducees were the temple party, the ones who ran the Temple and Temple worship and economy. The Temple was obliterated, and they lost their power bases.

The Pharisees were a reform party who wanted to center the Judaic religion in the home and in local assemblies, as well as the Temple. There local assemblies were called in the Greek, synagogues.

After the revolt and the destruction of the Temple and Jerusalem, they were the only party left standing and operating. They consolidated their system at Yavneh, or Amnia in Latin, about 80 CE. From them comes Judaism as we know it.

Side note: On of the moves made at Yavneh was to clarify who was Jewish and who not. So they expelled those who were followers of Jesus, consolidating the split. Jewish Christianity disappeared. And all the anti-Judaism in the Christian gospels is a reflection of this bitter bitter quarrel. The clearest reflection of this is in the 9th chapter of the gospel of John.

What is my authority to say this? I have an M Div from Harvard Divinity school and I am a serious student of the Judaic and Christian scriptures. I am also a priest of the Episcopal Church in the US, pat of the Anglican communion of churches.

-- Bob Rea

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