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    Jewish, Egyptian, and Mesopotamian Faiths

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    This posting compares and contrasts the Jewish, Egyptian, and Mesopotamian faiths. What were the main contributions of the Hebrews to the development of a western religious tradition?

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    As you compare and contrast the Jewish, Egyptian, and Mesopotamian faiths, please note that these notes are a starting point in this vast topic:

    First, please contrast how the Hebrews/Jewish people were different from others of their time because they were monotheistic; they believed in only one God, whereas the other two endorsed and worshipped many gods as polytheists. You might note that the Hebrews believed that they had a special relationship with their God, and that they were his chosen people. Thus, one of the main contributions of the ...

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