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Kingdom Bible Studies No. 7
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Author: Ben Williams

The emphasis in this lesson is focused on the culture of the Judeans and some of their traditions practices and beliefs.

We learned in lesson six that the term "Judean"" was often used to identify someone who adhered to the culture and religious beliefs of those living in Judea. We also learned that the religion of the corrupted Judeans contained many pagan beliefs and rituals.

Prior to her Assyrian and Babylonian captivities Israel had mingled with pagan cultures and religions time and time again. After repeated warnings God finally divorced Israel and brought about her exile into captivity.

While in Assyria Babylon and Persia the Israelites absorbed additional pagan beliefs and practices including the popular teachings of Zoroaster. Thousands later moved to Jersualem and Judea carrying with them these ritual perversions which then were handed down from generation to generation in the form of ""traditions."" In this and future lessons we will examine some of these beliefs customs and practices (""traditions of men"") in light of Scripture.

Includes test questions and answer sheet.

8 1/2"" x 11"" pre-drilled sheets ready to fit into a three ringed binder.
10 pages

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