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Also, ich habe letzten Samstag den Film Basic Instinct im Fernsehen als ob alles geklärt und dann ist am Ende doch alles ganz anders. Was bedeutet eigentlich die Endszene im Film Basic Instinct? Am Ende versucht Catherine Tramell, den Eispickel in der Sexszene aufzunehmen, die ihr . Ebenfalls stört es mich, wenn in so einem Film der Mörder am Ende dann Bekannt war Sharon Stone vor Basic Instinct allerdings auch nicht.

Their loyalty would be assured if the internal law which they observed received the same absolute sanction as did imperial law Persian data; cf.

The seventh year of his reign would accordingly have been , and Ezra's mission would likewise have coincided with a rebellion in Egypt.

This later revolt included all of Egypt and the garrison at Elephantine acknowledged the ruling Egyptian king Amyrtaeus by June 19, The motive for the privileges granted Ezra are thus the same whether the king is hypothesized as Artaxerxes II or Artaxerxes I.

Were the king in fact Artaxerxes II Ezra would have followed Nehemiah, whose arrival in Jerusalem, because of a correlation with a date in the Elephantine papyrus cf.

Cowley, Aramaic Papyri Some scholars, rather than shifting Ezra to year seven of the reign of Artaxerxes II, maintain that the king was Artaxerxes I and emend the year date to 27, 32, 33 , or 37, thus placing Ezra's arrival either in during Nehemiah's first mission , after Nehemiah's first mission , or during Nehemiah's second mission.

The arguments for the shifting of the king and the emendation of the date are numerous but most rest on specious considerations and dubious textual interpretation.

The return under Ezra was a replica in miniature of that under Zerubbabel. Stress was laid on the unity of Israel. Ezra's caravan contained members of the major groups of society.

Included were two priestly families, Hattush of the Davidic line and 12 lay families numbering together with Ezra, 1, Special efforts were taken to enlist Levites, of whom 38 were recruited, and Temple servants, who numbered Ezra 8: Concern for Temple cult and personnel played a primary role.

Contributions of gold, silver, and vessels from the king and his advisers and from Jews remaining in Babylonia were duly recorded, carefully transported, and officially deposited in the Temple Ezra 7: All the Temple officials from priest to lowly servant were to be exempt from taxation by the Persian government Ezra 7: Just as the Temple dedication was celebrated by the sacrifice of 12 he-goats as sin offerings, to atone for the whole house of Israel Ezra 6: On the 20th of Kislev, in the middle of the winter and in pouring rain, Ezra convened an assembly in Jerusalem Ezra The whole situation revolves around foreign wives.

There is not even any effort made to convert them to Judaism. Israel is the " holy seed " and must not become contaminated by the " abominations " of the Canaanites, Ammonites, Moabites, and Egyptians.

Mixed marriages would be " sacrilege " against the holy. At the core of this view of the situation lies not only a midrashic interpretation of the various laws in the Torah regarding intermarriage Ex.

The procedure which culminated in that fateful assembly on 20 Kislev, , bore distinct resemblance to the ceremonies surrounding the condemnation of Achan , who committed sacrilege through misappropriation of the devoted things cf.

However, the act itself was preceded by three months of work, from the first of Tevet to the first of Nisan, which consisted of investigating and recording the names, according to their families, of each male who had married a foreign wife.

The list is headed by four members of the high-priestly family who agreed to put away their foreign wives and offered a ram as a guilt offering Ezra The number of lay families as recorded in the Masoretic Text was ten but a Septuagint reading in Ezra The latter figure indicates that although the recorded instances or were few, relative to the size of the population, the desecration affected " all Israel.

The concluding verse to the whole account in the Masoretic Text is obscure and noncommittal, but the apocryphal Book of Esdras is decisive in asserting that the men all sent away their foreign wives together with their children I Esd.

The source for the event is an Aramaic correspondence between officials in Samaria and Artaxerxes Ezra 4: The Samarian officials were the chancellor Rehum and the scribe Shimshai.

The letter informs Artaxerxes I that the Jews who recently arrived along with Ezra? It goes on to say that the city was notoriously rebellious and that if the fortifications were to be completed, the people would merely not pay royal taxes.

The king reported back to his officials that he had duly investigated the reputation of Jerusalem and discovered that it had been a rebellious city as charged.

He therefore ordered the Samarian officials to proceed to Jerusalem and put a halt to the fortifications. They acted with dispatch and by force of arms [ 4: Jeremiah had prophesied that " the city would be rebuilt upon its mound " Jer.

Cyrus apparently never issued such orders and hopes for an early Davidic restoration ceased with Zerubbabel 's inexplicable disappearance from the scene.

The broad powers given to Ezra may have encouraged the Jews to believe that the time was ripe to rebuild Jerusalem.

Perhaps, too, the struggle for independence pursued by Egypt, now in alliance with Athens, spurred on Judah. Whatever the reason, the plan miscarried.

The northern rival Samaria prevailed and Judah was put to shame. Word of the situation eventually reached Nehemiah, the king's cupbearer in Susa.

However, Nehemiah was a decisive man of action. Praying to God for assistance, he sought an appropriate moment to ask leave of the king to travel to Judah and rebuild Jerusalem.

Leave was granted, and preparations for the journey and the task to be undertaken were carefully laid. Like Ezra, Nehemiah ascribed his success with the king to the hand of God Neh.

Historically it is not clear what prompted Artaxerxes I to contradict himself in and allow the reconstruction of the walls he had earlier ordered destroyed.

Perhaps the high position and forceful personality of Nehemiah were responsible. Nehemiah noted that the queen was present when he put forth his request.

Certainly he showed skill in formulating his petition. Like Haman who sought from Ahasuerus destruction of " a certain people " who " do not keep the king's laws " Esth.

Even if the king were fully aware that the permission being granted Nehemiah reversed an earlier decision of his, he may have felt that if his trusted servant were in charge of the project, fear of rebellion was minimal.

Accordingly, Nehemiah was appointed governor of Judah, a post he held from until Neh. This appointment may also have been an attempt to strengthen Persian control in the area in the wake of the recent rebellion of Megabyzus , satrap of the Trans-Euphrates.

These were Sanballat I the Horonite, governor of Samaria cf. Both Sanballat and Tobiah were " Jewish ," i. Both were allied by marriage to prominent families in Judah Neh.

For a time Tobiah enjoyed a chamber in the Jerusalem Temple Neh. The factors that allowed the high priest Eliashib to join Nehemiah in reconstructing the wall in the teeth of Sanballat's opposition yet permitted Eliashib's grandson to marry a daughter of Sanballat to Nehemiah's great annoyance Neh.

Suffice it to say that all three foreigners viewed Nehemiah as a personal enemy. The feeling was reciprocated. He never referred to Sanballat as " governor, " denigrated Tobiah by referring to him as the " Ammonite servant " Neh.

His arrival greatly displeased Sanballat and Tobiah because "s omeone had come to seek the welfare of the Israelites " Neh.

In stealth and with circumspection Nehemiah conducted a nocturnal inspection of the wall and then inspired the leaders to agree to reconstruction by informing them of the divine and royal favor he enjoyed.

Sanballat, Tobiah, and Geshem mocked and derided the decision of this second stage of Nehemiah's activity, but he replied with an affirmation of divine assistance and told them decisively, and apparently not gratuitously, "you have no share, right, or memorial in Jerusalem" Neh.

The policy of exclusion initiated by Zerubbabel Ezra 4: Jeremiah had prophesied, " Behold, the days are coming, says the Lord, when the city shall be rebuilt for the Lord from the Tower of Hananel The wall was divided into some 40 sections, and groups from all classes of the people were assigned to work on each section.

The first section extended from the Sheep Gate to the Tower of Hananel and was restored by the high priest Eliashib Neh. One of the last sections constructed was the Horse Gate where, too, priests were at work Neh.

In addition to providing a detailed description of the wall, the list is valuable for some of the random information it supplies, e. When Sanballat and Tobiah learned that construction had begun in earnest they became angry and expressed themselves in mockery, " Can they revive the stones from the dust heap?

Should a fox jump up, he would demolish their stone wall. The reaction of Sanballat and Tobiah, the Arabs, Ammonites, and Ashdodites to this fourth stage of the reconstruction was to prepare armed intervention.

Word of the plan reached Nehemiah through the Jews dwelling in those districts, and he not only placed guards at vulnerable spots along the wall but armed the builders.

He encouraged the workers by assuring them that should attack come, " our God will fight for us " Neh. It was now threatened, however, by internal discontent.

Jews were not behaving like " brothers. Even Nehemiah and his servants were guilty of extorting heavy interest and taking pledges.

Demanding interest from a brother in need was incompatible with fear of the Lord Neh. If the building of the wall were to be brought to successful completion, all debts had to be canceled and pledges returned.

Nehemiah convened an assembly of the people and forced his reform through Neh. They circulated the rumor that he was planning a rebellion and appointing prophets to acclaim him king of Judah.

They themselves hired Noadiah the prophetess to frighten him and the prophet Shemaiah son of Delaiah to entice him into seeking refuge in the Temple.

Tobiah's allies in Judah likewise spoke to Nehemiah on behalf of Tobiah. The reaction of Nehemiah's enemies to this stage availed as little as the earlier ones.

After 52 days of strenuous labor, the wall was finished on 25 Elul, Josephus maintained that the labor took two years and four months Ant.

There remained nothing for the " enemies " to do but appear downcast and acknowledge God's contribution to the project Neh. Guards of the city were appointed and Nehemiah's God-fearing brother, Hanani ah , was put in charge of the citadel Neh.

No doubt he had been engaged in this project over the years, gathering around himself a band of teachers, primarily levites, able to expound the Torah and render it into the Aramaic vernacular.

The timing was now right for a grand ceremony patterned on that of Zerubbabel and the first repatriates. To emphasize the imitation of the earlier period the editor of the historical source Ezra-Nehemiah even reproduced verbatim the original list of repatriates Ezra 2 ; Neh.

Although fortification of Jerusalem enhanced the status of Judah and removed its shame, Davidic kingship had not been restored. Foreign rulers still occupied the land.

The gains already achieved could only be maintained if the people observed the Torah. Now on the first of Tishri after the completion of the wall the people called upon Ezra to publicly read from the " book of the Torah of Moses which the Lord prescribed for Israel " Neh.

The description of the ceremony, which began at sunrise, makes it clear that Ezra was prepared for the occasion. A special wooden podium was prepared, and six men stood on his right and seven on his left, altogether Upon opening the Torah, Ezra blessed God and the people responded with " Amen, " and prostrated themselves.

Ezra then read until noon and 13 levites expounded the significance of the text and perhaps translated it into Aramaic.

The people interrupted the reading with crying, and Ezra and Nehemiah informed them that the day was holy, one of rejoicing, feasting, and giving gifts to the poor.

Similarly, when the Temple foundations had been laid, the elders who remembered the original Temple broke out in tears, while others rejoiced Ezra 3: The Jews under Ezra and Nehemiah gathered on the second of Tishri to continue studying the Torah and they discovered " written in the Torah which the Lord prescribed through Moses that the Israelites should dwell in booths on the festival of the seventh month " Neh.

And so " the whole congregation which had returned from the captivity " constructed booths on their roofs, in their courtyards, in the Temple courtyards, and in public squares.

Such an observance had not been held since the days of Joshua, i. The Torah was read daily throughout the festival Neh.

Is it coincidental that these Torah-reading ceremonies fell in the 14th year? Ezra arrived in the seventh year of Artaxerxes I and Nehemiah in the 20th year.

Might this have been related to the Deuteronomic injunction to publicly read the Torah every seventh year, the year of release, at Sukkot time with the idea of instructing future generations " as long as they live in the land which you are about The levitical injunction to dwell in booths is explained by the notion that God settled the Israelites in booths sukkot: Subsequently God's own booth or dwelling was in Jerusalem.

There He protected His people Ps. After God's judgment of the wicked city the purified remnant will again be protected by a booth Isa.

The activity of Nehemiah in rebuilding Jerusalem's walls and repairing its breaches cf. In addition to having sworn to observe the written Torah, the people undertook to observe some 18 decrees not explicitly mentioned in the Torah but derived from it through the procedure of midrash halakhah , " legal interpretation ," developed by Ezra and his associates.

The earlier celebration of Sukkot, building booths out of the various species " as written " Neh. The decrees, now recorded, centered around the prohibition of mixed marriage, the observance of the Sabbath and the seventh year, and provisions designed to show that the people would " not neglect the House of The agreement not to intermarry Neh.

Jeremiah had promised that once more people would proclaim, " the Lord bless you O holy hill " and that " Judah and all its cities shall dwell there together " Jer.

The penultimate task of Nehemiah was thus the populating of the now secure and spacious " holy city. The partial list of towns in which the rest of the people were settled indicates that the southernmost town was Beer-Sheba and the northernmost Bethel.

The western border extended to Ono, while the list of the first repatriates and the list of builders indicated that to the east the province of Judah included Jericho Ezra 2: The people, the gates, and the wall were purified.

Two musical processions were organized to march around the city in opposite directions on the top of the wall and meet in the Temple for the sacrificial service.

The procession going to the right was led by Ezra; the one to the left included Nehemiah. The circumambulation is reminiscent of certain Psalms: Virtually nothing is known of his rule during this period other than his own statement that he ruled with a lighter hand than his predecessors and did not claim the governor's food allowance from the local populace.

This in spite of the fact that he supported a retinue of and regularly entertained foreign visitors. The refrain in Nehemiah's memoirs runs " Remember to my credit, O my God, all that I did on behalf of this people " Neh.

God's attention is similarly drawn to his opponents Ezra 6: During Nehemiah's absence, Tobiah was assigned a chamber in the Temple by Eliashib the priest, and the people failed to pay the Levites their allotments, so that they left Jerusalem and retired to their fields.

Upon his return, Nehemiah expelled Tobiah and enforced payment of the tithe Neh. Nehemiah rebuked the leaders for the Sabbath desecration in terms reminiscent of Jeremiah who had said, " If If you did not listen He then ordained that the gates of the city be shut for the Sabbath and the levites stand guard against local and foreign traders.

The fate of Solomon's kingdom was cited against the men who took foreign wives, and Nehemiah cursed all, struck some and pulled out their hair.

The grandson of the high priest Eliashib, who was married to a daughter of Sanballat, was " chased away. With one or two notable exceptions, our information for the remaining years of Persian rule dries up.

It is possible that Nehemiah's brother Hananiah succeeded him as governor cf. The high priest Johanan was challenged by his brother Jeshua and Johanan murdered him.

A stiff penalty was thereupon placed on the community by the strategos of Artaxerxes II who also bore the name Bagohi Jos.

The attraction-repulsion between Samaria and Judah of the days of Nehemiah repeated itself on the eve of Alexander's conquest. Jerusalem authorities objected to the marriage and asked Manasseh to choose between his wife and the priesthood.

He thereupon accepted the offer of Sanballat to be high priest in the temple to be erected on Mt. Gerizim and " governor of all the places " under Sanballat's control.

Many Jewish priests followed him to Samaria Jos. The Samaritan schism thereupon became final. The martyrdom of his brother James is narrated by Josephus Ant.

The first Roman authors to mention Jesus are Tacitus and Suetonius. The historicity of Jesus is proved by the very nature of the records in the New Testament, especially the four Gospels: Matthew , Mark , Luke , and John.

The Gospels are records about the life of Jesus. John's Gospel is more a treatise reflecting the theology of its author than a biography of Jesus, but Matthew, Mark, and Luke present a reasonably faithful picture of Jesus as a Jew of his time.

The picture of Jesus contained in them is not so much of a redeemer of mankind as of a Jewish miracle maker and preacher. The Jesus portrayed in these three Gospels is, therefore, the historical Jesus.

Scholars call these three the Synoptic Gospels because they can be written in parallel columns, such form being called synopsis.

It is generally accepted that the main substance of the Synoptic Gospels comes from two sources: Most scholars today identify the old account that lies behind Mark with the known Gospel of Mark, but a serious analysis, based especially upon the supposed Hebrew original, shows that Mark had entirely rewritten the material.

It may be assumed, therefore, that the old account, and not the revision, was known to both Luke and Matthew. Lindsey, Hebrew Translation of the Gospel of Mark , Matthew and Luke, besides drawing upon the sayings, also drew directly upon the old account; the editor of Mark used Luke for his version, and Matthew, besides using the old account, often drew also upon Mark.

Lindsey's conclusions are also supported by other arguments. They contained the picture of Jesus as seen by the disciples who knew him.

This becomes especially clear in the description of Jesus' trial and crucifixion in which all Gospel writers to some degree exaggerate Jewish "guilt" and minimize Pilate's involvement.

As the tension between the Church and the Synagogue grew, Christians were not interested in stressing the fact that the founder of their faith was executed by a Roman magistrate.

But even in the case of Jesus' trial, as in other instances, advance toward historical reality can be made by comparing the sources according to principles of literary criticism and in conjunction with the study of the Judaism of the time.

Jesus' father, Joseph, his mother, Mary in Heb. Miriam , and his brothers, James in Heb. Jesus also had sisters, but their number and names are unknown.

Thus, it is evident that both genealogies were constructed to show Jesus' Davidic descent, because the early Christian community believed that he was the Messiah.

Matthew and Luke set Jesus' birth in Bethlehem, the city of David's birth. This motif is made comprehensible if it is assumed that many believed the Messiah would also be born in Bethlehem, an assumption clearly seen in John 7: Has not the Scripture said that the Christ is descended from David, and comes from Bethlehem, the village where David was?

The home of Jesus and his family was Nazareth in Galilee and it is possible that he was born there. As long as it brings peace-of-mind, facts and logic do not matter.

Jesus' virgin birth is not presupposed in other parts of the New Testament. Apart from Matthew and Luke, the first to mention the virgin birth is Ignatius of Antiochia d.

On the evidence in the first three Gospels, the period between his baptism and crucifixion comprised no more than one year; although according to John it ran to two or even three years.

It seems that on the point of the duration of Jesus' public ministry the Synoptic Gospels are to be trusted. All the Gospels state that there was a tension between Jesus and his family, although after Jesus' death his family overcame their disbelief and took an honorable place in the young Jewish-Christian community.

Jesus' brother, James, became the head of the Christian congregation in Jerusalem and when he was murdered by a Sadducean high priest 62 C.

Grandsons of Jesus' brother, Judah, lived until the reign of Trajan and were leaders of Christian churches apparently in Galilee.

From Josephus it is seen that John's baptismal theology was identical with that of the Essenes. According to the Gospels, in the moment of Jesus' baptism, the Holy Spirit descended upon him and a voice from heaven proclaimed his election.

When he left John the Baptist, Jesus did not return to Nazareth, but preached in the area northwest of the Sea of Galilee.

Later, after his unsuccessful visit to his native Nazareth, he returned again to the district around Capernaum , performed miraculous healings, and proclaimed the Kingdom of Heaven.

From his closest disciples he appointed 12 apostles to be, at the Last Judgment , judges of the 12 tribes of Israel. After the death of Jesus the 12 apostles provided the leadership for the Jerusalem Church.

With Passover drawing near, Jesus decided to make a pilgrimage to the Temple at Jerusalem. There he openly predicted the future destruction of the Temple and the overthrow of the Temple hierarchy.

According to the sources, he even tried to drive out the traders from the precincts of the Temple, saying, "It is written, 'My house shall be called a house of prayer,' but you have made it a den of robbers" Luke These actions precipitated the catastrophe.

The Sadducean priesthood, despised by everyone, found its one support in the Temple, and Jesus not only attacked them but even publicly predicted the destruction of their Temple.

The first three Gospels indicate that Jesus' last supper was the paschal meal. When night had fallen he reclined at the table with the 12 apostles and said: I will never eat it again until I eat it anew in the Kingdom of God.

Thus Jesus' Passover meal under the shadow of death became the origin of the Christian sacrament of the Eucharist.

There, although he had foreseen the danger of his death, he prayed for his life Luke One of the 12 apostles, Judas Iscariot, had already betrayed him from unknown motives.

Judas had gone to the high priests and told them he would deliver Jesus to them and they had promised to give him money Mark The Temple guard, accompanied by Judas Iscariot, arrested Jesus and took him to the high priest.

Nevertheless, a literary analysis of the sources is capable of revealing a closer approximation of the reality. In the first three Gospels, the Pharisees are not mentioned in connection with the trial, and in John, only once Thus it seems very probable that no session of the Sanhedrin took place in the house of the high priest where Jesus was in custody and that the "chief priests and elders and scribes" who assembled there were members of the Temple committee see also Luke The deliverance of Jesus into the hands of the Romans was, it seems, the work of the Sadducean "high priests," who are often mentioned alone in the story.

A man suspected of being a messianic pretender could be delivered to the Romans without a verdict of the Jewish high court. In addition, the high priests were interested in getting rid of Jesus, who had spoken against them and had predicted the destruction of the Temple.

All the Gospels indicate that on the third day after the crucifixion Jesus' tomb was found empty. According to Mark an angel announced that Jesus had risen , and the other Gospels state that Jesus appeared before his believers after his death.

The first three Gospels, however, portray Jesus as a Jew who was faithful to the current practice of the law.

On the matter of washing hands Mark 7: According to the Synoptic Gospels, Jesus did not heal by physical means on the Sabbath but only by words, healing through speech having always been permitted on the Sabbath, even when the illness was not dangerous.

The Gospels provide sufficient evidence to the effect that Jesus did not oppose any prescription of the Written or Oral Mosaic Law, and that he even performed Jewish religious commandments.

On all of the foregoing points the less historical John differs from the first three Gospels. This becomes evident after an analysis of Jesus' sayings which are a more faithful preservation than are the tendentious descriptions of the situation in which the sayings were uttered.

Jesus' major polemical sayings against the Pharisees describe them as hypocrites, an accusation occurring not only in the Essene Dead Sea Scrolls and, indirectly, in a saying of the Sadducean king, Alexander Yannai, but also in rabbinic literature, which is an expression of true Pharisaism.

In general, Jesus' polemical sayings against the Pharisees were far meeker than the Essene attacks and not sharper than similar utterances in the talmudic sources.

Jesus was sufficiently Pharisaic in general outlook to consider the Pharisees as true heirs and successors of Moses. Although Jesus would probably not have defined himself as a Pharisee, his beliefs, especially his moral beliefs, are similar to the Pharisaic school of Hillel which stresses the love of God and neighbor.

Jesus, however, pushed this precept much further than did the Jews of his time and taught that a man must love even his enemies.

In contrast, the school of Shammai made conversion as difficult as possible because it had grave reservations about proselytism, most of which Jesus shared Matt.

As a rule he even did not heal non-Jews. It should be noted that none of the rabbinical documents says that one should not heal a non-Jew.

He accepted, however, a part of the Essene social outlook. Although Jesus was not a social revolutionary, the social implications of his message are stronger than that of the rabbis.

Like the Essenes, Jesus also regarded all possessions as a threat to true piety and held poverty, humility, purity of heart, and simplicity to be the essential religious virtues.

Jesus, as did the Essenes, had an awareness of and affection for the social outcast and the oppressed. The Essene author of the Thanksgiving Scroll Moreover, Jesus' rule "Do not resist one who is evil" Matt.

Throughout the New Testament there are indications that Jesus had seen himself as a prophet. The Ebionites and Nazarenes, Jewish Christian sects, both ranked Jesus among the prophets and stressed his prophetic role.

Jesus himself apparently never used the word "Messiah," and always spoke of the "Son of Man" in the third person, as though he himself were not identical with that person.

The "Son of Man" originally appears in the Book of Daniel 7: Jesus based his account of the "Son of Man" on the original biblical description of a superhuman, heavenly sublimity, who, seated upon the throne of God, will judge the whole human race.

In Jewish literature of the Second Commonwealth, the "Son of Man" is frequently identified with the Messiah and it is probable that Jesus used the phrase in this way too.

In his own lifetime, it is certain that Jesus became accepted by many as the Messiah. The substance of many sayings make it obvious that Jesus did not always refer to the coming "Son of Man" in the third person simply to conceal his identity, but because Jesus actually did not believe himself to be the Messiah.

Yet other apparently authentic sayings of Jesus can be understood only if it is assumed that Jesus thought himself to be the "Son of Man.

This drama developed from two roots: Jesus' conception of himself as being uniquely near to his Heavenly Father, his message about the coming of the "Son of Man," and other Jewish mythical and messianic doctrines; the other root was Jesus' tragic death, interpreted in terms of Jewish concepts about the expiatory power of martyrdom.

If, as Christians believe, the martyr was at the same time the Messiah, then his death has a cosmic importance. Through the teachings of Jesus, as well as through other channels, the Jewish moral message entered Christianity.

Thus the historical Jesus has served as a bridge between Judaism and Christianity , as well as one of the causes for their separation. Thus, in his lifetime Jesus was called Jesus son of Joseph Luke 4: After his death, he came to be called Jesus Christ.

Passages such as Acts of the Apostles 2: Jesus Christ or Christ Jesus Romans 1: Paul sometimes simply used Christ as Jesus' name e.

Summary of Jesus' life. According to Matthew and Luke, however, Joseph was only his father legally. Joseph is said to have been a carpenter Matthew As a young adult, he went to be baptized by the prophet John the Baptist and shortly thereafter became an itinerant preacher and healer Mark 1: In his mids, Jesus had a short public career, lasting perhaps less than one year, during which he attracted considerable attention.

While there he was arrested, tried, and executed. His disciples became convinced that he still lived and had appeared to them.

They converted others to belief in him, which eventually led to a new religion, Christianity. Life and Works [1: Spinoza became an outstanding student in the school of the Spanish-Portuguese community, probably studying with Morteira and Manasseh Ben Israel.

It has been traditionally claimed that he was led to his irreligious views by studying Latin with a freethinking ex-Jesuit, Van den Enden.

A generation earlier, Uriel da Costa had twice been expelled from the community for denying the immortality of the soul, and for contending that all extant religions were manmade.

Praeadamitae which had just been published in Amsterdam. Prado was forced to apologize for his views, and a few days later, on July 27, , Spinoza was excommunicated.

The rabbinical pronouncement, signed by Saul Levi Morteira and others, states: Not being able to find any remedy, but on the contrary receiving every day more information about the abominable heresies practiced and taught by him, and about the monstrous acts committed by him, having this from many trustworthy witnesses who have deposed and borne witness on all this in the presence of said Spinoza, who has been convicted; all this having been examined in the presence of the rabbis, the council decided, with the advice of the rabbis, that the said Spinoza should be excommunicated and cut off from the Nation of Israel.

The hostility of the Jewish community, extending, according to 17th-century reports, to an attempt to kill him, led Spinoza to write an apology for his views in Spanish.

The work, now lost, was apparently the basis for his later Tractatus Theologico-Politicus , his work on Bible criticism. For editions and translations of Spinoza's works see bibliography.

Around Spinoza left Amsterdam, changed his name to Benedictus the Latin equivalent of Baruch , became involved with some liberal Protestants, and settled in Rijnsburg where he earned his living grinding lenses.

He moved to Voorburg, a suburb of The Hague in , and to The Hague itself in , where he stayed until his death. His correspondence indicates that he was developing his metaphysical system for discussion by a philosophical club in The work presents Descartes' philosophy in geometrical form, and indicates Spinoza's basic points of disagreement with Cartesianism.

His friend, Louis Meyer, published the work with an introduction and an appendix containing Spinoza's " Thoughts on Metaphysics. This rationalistic attack on religion caused a sensation, and was banned everywhere, and sold with false title pages.

Spinoza became notorious, and was constantly accused of being an atheist. To prevent attacks, Spinoza stopped the publication of a Dutch edition of the Tractatus.

In he sent a lengthy letter to the Jewish leader, Orobio de Castro , defending himself against the charges of atheism and irreligion. Spinoza declined the post, saying that he preferred his quiet life of philosophical research to teaching, and that he could not control the occurrence of religious dissension.

Spinoza had been a friend of the political leader, Jan de Witt who had given him a small pension , and was profoundly agitated and disturbed when an angry mob , blaming De Witt and his brother for the catastrophe, turned on them and killed them.

He told Leibniz, who had come to visit him, that he had tried to put up a sign reading " Ultimi barbarorum, " but his landlord locked him in the house, lest he too be murdered.

Though they never met, other French officers told Spinoza that if he dedicated a work to Louis XIV, he would probably receive a pension.

Spinoza declined the offer, but on his return to The Hague, was accused of being a French agent. He tried in to have the work published only to find that theologians blocked this effort on the grounds that Spinoza was denying the existence of God.

Spinoza abandoned plans to have his book printed. He continued his simple quiet life, writing and discussing philosophy with Leibniz, among others, but making no efforts to convert people to his radical views.

He managed to live out his life without belonging to any sect or church. He died of consumption which may have been aggravated by his lens-grinding activities.

After his death his Opera Posthuma appeared, containing his Ethics , the unfinished On the Improvement of the Understanding , and the Political Treatise completed shortly before his death , a Hebrew grammar, and a selection of his letters.

His Hebrew grammar, Compendium Grammaticae Linguae Hebraeae , was undertaken at the request of Spinoza's friends some years before his death but remained unfinished.

It purported to be a self-tutor to Hebrew but in it Spinoza discussed many of the more complex philological problems of Hebrew grammar. As he was writing mainly for his Christian friends he presented his grammar in the western Latin system, following Levita and Reuchlin.

He used such terms as activum , passivum from Latin grammar and status absolutus. He also divided the alphabet into gutturals, labials, dentals, and palatals, as in modern philological systems.

Ten years later, in , his one scientific work, the Treatise on the Rainbow , appeared. It was reissued along with the hitherto unknown work, the Short Treatise on God, Man and his Well-Being , and some letters in Van Vloten's edition, Ad Benedicti de Spinoza opera quae supersunt omnia supplementum Spinoza has usually been regarded as the modern philosopher whose life is most consonant with his theory.

Starting from the heterodox currents within the Amsterdam Jewish community, Spinoza developed a critique of Judaism and supernatural religion in the Tractatus Theologico-Politicus.

Insisting that religious tenets should be judged only on the basis of reason, Spinoza, using some of the ideas of Abraham ibn Ezra and La PeyrIre, rejected the Mosaic authorship of the Pentateuch, and the possibility of genuine prophecy.

Spinoza then offered a rationalistic metaphysics within which supernatural events could not occur, and within which the Bible was to be examined as a human document expressing certain human developments of the past.

Insisting that miracles were impossible, Spinoza argued that nature is governed by eternal and necessary decrees of G-D.

Nothing can be contrary to natural laws. Its moral teachings are compatible with those of reason see below. Setting out to search for a good which would enable him to enjoy continuous, supreme, and unending happiness, he rejected fame, riches, and ordinary pleasures.

As a way to finding this good, he rejected hearsay or information gained by authority, sense information, and deductive conclusions based on incomplete or inadequate understanding.

True knowledge by which one could achieve genuine happiness is reached through perceiving things solely through their essences or proximate causes.

In this way one knows why something is what it is, why it has the nature it does, or what made it what it is. When one possesses this kind of knowledge, scepticism or doubt is no longer possible.

Scepticism is only the result of lack of understanding. The Cartesian doubt based on the possibility that God may be a deceiver is dissipated as soon as one has a clear and distinct or adequate idea of G-D.

When we arrive at definitions of things that really explain their natures, and which have complete certainty which Spinoza found in mathematical knowledge , we can no longer express any doubts or questions.

Such a definition, when of a created thing, explains what causes it and allows for the deduction of all of its properties. For an uncreated thing, the definition explains the thing, since it has no causes other than itself otherwise it would be created and leaves no room for doubting whether the thing exists or not.

Starting with definitions of terms like " G-D ," " substance ," " attribute ," and " mode ," which presumably meet his standards, and with a series of axioms spelling out the nature of causality and existence and including one that states "A true idea must correspond with its ideate or object," Spinoza unfolded his picture of the world in the form of demonstrations of propositions.

When challenged as to how he knew this philosophy was the best, he replied, "I do not presume that I have found the best philosophy, I know that I understand the true philosophy.

If you ask in what way I know it, I answer: G-D acts solely by the laws of his own nature. G-D is not a purposeful being.

There are no goals being achieved. He lacks nothing, needs nothing. He just is, and due to His being, everything happens, and happens of necessity.

Everything is in G-D. He is modified in terms of His two known attributes, thought and extension. The world of body and of mind are two aspects of G-D or Nature.

The mind and the body are essentially the same thing. The dualism of Descartes has been rejected, thereby supplying a new solution to the mind-body problem.

The mind is the idea of the body. The images are related mechanically rather than logically. Through the course of experience, we develop general ideas of what is going on, and through these a level of scientific understanding of the sequence of events taking place.

From these we come to adequate ideas which give us a logical and causal understanding, and eliminate our previous confusion and lack of clarity.

The highest form of knowledge would be to have complete understanding, to see everything as a logical system from the aspect of eternity.

This intuitive knowledge is only completely and adequately possessed by G-D. Complete understanding would be to know the infinite idea of G-D, which we can only approach and thereby, to some extent, become G-D.

Starting from a Hobbesian view of man, we are driven toward self-preservation , constantly affected by the emotions in the form of pleasure and pain.

On this level we are in human bondage, moved by causes which we do not understand, since we only have confused ideas of our experiences.

As we reach understanding of what is going on in our lives, we achieve human freedom. We are no longer determined by external factors but by our own comprehension.

Freedom for Spinoza consists not in being uncaused, but in being determined by oneself alone. The passions no longer control us because we are now guided by the laws of our own nature.

When we understand why things are happening, and know they cannot be otherwise, we are liberated from bondage to emotion and ignorance, and are no longer driven aimlessly by feeling and events.

We are no longer captives of external events and of the pain they cause. As our ideas become more adequate, and as we reach rational understanding, our ideas become part of the infinite idea of G-D.

Thus the philosophical goal of complete wisdom becomes man's salvation. The wise man rises above the ordinary experience and ordinary cares.

In concentrating on G-D, the logical order of the universe, and in seeing everything as a necessary deducible aspect of G-D, the wise man achieves blessedness.

This requires civil peace which allows for free thought and discussion. A democracy ruled by men of property, like the Dutch Republic, is most likely to achieve this.

For unenlightened, ignorant people, as Spinoza considered the ancient Hebrews to be, the conveying of moral teachings by stories, alleged prophecy, threats, and promises can have an important social effect of making people behave well and of making them obey the laws.

The wise man needs only the religion of reason. When he sees the whole as a rational, necessary, scientific order he has arrived at the highest wisdom, morality, and insight.

His view, however, is the first modern one to provide a metaphysical basis for rejecting any form of portraying the human scene as a dramatic interplay of man and G-D.

The denial of any distinction between G-D and the world, the denial of the possibility of any supernatural event or providential action, and the denial of the possibility of any revelatory knowledge, eliminated the basic ingredients of a Jewish or Christian cosmology, and reinterpreted the basic written and oral traditions so that they no longer provided any essential data about man's relationship to G-D.

Wolfson has said that Spinoza's uniqueness lies in being the first person in the Judeo-Christian world after Philo to construct a world view involving no axioms or principles based on revelation.

As Wolfson put it, "Benedictus is the first of the moderns; Baruch is the last of the medievals. Of all of the critics of Judaism and Christianity in the 16th and 17th centuries, Spinoza alone seems to have taken the radical and revolutionary steps of replacing religious tradition completely by rational, scientific reasoning, of making human religion a subject for scientific study, and of presenting a way of describing man and the universe totally apart from historical religious conceptions.

Although Spinoza's views were immediately attacked, even by avant-garde thinkers like Bayle, he began to have an influence on biblical critics like Simon, on Deists, and on 18th-century French materialists and atheists.

His more important modern influence began with the revival of his works in the German Enlightenment, first by Lessing , and then his adoption as a central thinker by the German Romantics.

His ideas have since remained basic in naturalistic, atheistical thinking, and even been seen as precursors of Marxism.

The image of Spinoza as one of the great heroes of free and modern thought, persecuted and fleeing from the reactionary synagogue, has become part of the hagiography of those who see a war between science and religion, in which the scientific side is the good one.

Orthodox Judaism has continued to see him as a threat; the Amsterdam Jewish community has refused to be associated with any celebrations or commemorations connected with Spinoza, and some have claimed that if he had had a better understanding of Judaism he would not have defected.

Many modern Jewish thinkers have seen in him the basis for a more universalistic modern philosophical view. Het uitgangspunt was een jongerenfilm waarin de grenzen van het toelaatbare werden opgezocht.

De film moest opvallen, choqueren maar ook maatschappijkritisch zijn. Het scenario, van Verhoevens vaste scenarist Gerard Soeteman , ontstond nadat Soeteman jaren eerder had meegemaakt dat een collega bij de NOS een zoon verloor door een bromfietsongeluk in het bos.

De gebeurtenis en het verdriet van de vader waren hem altijd bijgebleven. Zij vormden de basis voor wat Soeteman beschouwde als een modern sprookje over drie prinsen die dingen naar de hand van de prinses.

Verhoevens streven was om met Spetters een soort tegenhanger van Soldaat van Oranje te maken. Terwijl die film een geromantiseerde avontuurlijke visie op de werkelijkheid de Tweede Wereldoorlog had, had deze film juist een heel realistische en harde kijk op het leven.

Ook speelde Spetters zich af in de lagere arbeidersklasse vol laagopgeleide mensen terwijl Soldaat van Oranje zich afspeelde in de decadente studentenmilieus.

Verder stopte Verhoeven een aantal autobiografische thema's in de film; zo bezocht hij zelf ooit bijeenkomsten van de Pinkstergemeente , net als de vriendin van Rien in de film.

Soetemans scenario werd aanvankelijk afgekeurd door het Productiefonds voor de Nederlandse film onder voorzitterschap van Anton Koolhaas , omdat het te plat en te commercieel werd gevonden.

Verhoeven leverde daarop een door Soeteman gekuiste versie in, incasseerde de subsidie, en draaide vervolgens toch de oorspronkelijke versie, tot woede van de leden van het Filmfonds.

Volgens hen was dit gewoon regelrechte oplichting, zelf noemde Verhoeven dit achteraf "een volkomen geoorloofde guerrillatactiek". Het totale budget van Spetters bedroeg zeshonderdduizend gulden.

Het camerawerk was van de Duitse cameraman Jost Vacano , die drie jaar eerder onder regie van Verhoeven Soldaat van Oranje had gedraaid. De filmmuziek werd grotendeels gecomponeerd door toetsenist Ton Scherpenzeel van de Nederlandse symfonische rockgroep Kayak.

Daarnaast werden bestaande nummers gebruikt. Ursul de Geer als politieman die door Fientje wordt omgekocht voor een standplaatsvergunning. De film deed veel stof opwaaien wegens seksisme , politiek incorrecte opmerkingen over allochtonen, geweld tegen homoseksuelen en de voor Nederlandse begrippen schokkend realistische wijze waarop geweld werd uitgebeeld.

Volgens de Volkskrant veroorzaakte Spetters oogkwalen. Verhoeven kreeg te maken met een heuse protestgroep, de Nederlandse Anti Spetters Actie NASA - een verbond van homo's, feministes en linkse actievoerders.

In Sonja's Goed Nieuws Show kwam het tot een verbale confrontatie. Verhoeven trachtte tevergeefs de bedoeling van zijn film uit te leggen. Buiten beeld probeerden homoseksuele NASA-leden zijn mond in te smeren met rode lippenstift, een straf die in de film aan een homoseksuele man wordt voltrokken.

Ook de politiebonden deden van zich horen: De agent spreekt haar aan over de vraag of zij wel een standplaatsvergunning voor de snackwagen heeft en Fientje stelt hem daarop veelbetekenend voor om dit "binnen in de caravan maar te regelen".

De agent gaat op het aanbod in en, nadat hij in de mobilofoon nog heeft gerapporteerd dat "alles rustig" is, volgt hij haar de caravan in. De bonden vonden dit een smet op de goede naam van het Nederlandse politieapparaat.

Voor Spetters bestond ook Amerikaanse belangstelling. Het scenario werd aangekocht, maar er werd niets mee gedaan. De drie vrienden Eef de Wit 19 jaar, automonteur , Rien Hartman en Hans Blaak beiden 20 jaar en timmerman wonen in een klein Hollands stadje en de laatste twee zijn gek op motorcrossen.

Hun grote voorbeeld is de lokale held Gerrit Witkamp, die als tandarts is afgestudeerd, maar furore maakt op de crossmotor en bijna wereldkampioen is.

Tijdens een motorcrosswedstrijd zien ze in de aanwezige rijdende patatkraam "De Happies-hoek" Fientje met haar broer Jaap en zijn meteen diep van haar onder de indruk.

Als enkele dagen later de patatkraam in het stadje blijkt te zijn neergestreken, proberen de jongens alle drie om Fientje te versieren.

De opportunistische Fientje, die er van droomt haar huidige bestaan als patatbakster vaarwel te kunnen zeggen, kiest voor kampioen in spe Rien omdat hij de beste vooruitzichten lijkt te bieden.

Ze troggelt hem van zijn vriendin Maja af door hem een contract met Honda te bezorgen, waartoe ze sportverslaggever Henkhof verleidt die schnabbelt als talent scout voor deze firma.

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Der Roman wurde im Juni gegen den erklärten Willen des Autors wieder aufgelegt. Die Jury zeigte sich begeistert von diesem Auszug.

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Gelobt wurde vor allem die virtuose Sprachbeherrschung Tellkamps, kritisiert wurde hingegen, dass der Auszug schwer verständlich und dass der Auftritt Tellkamps in Klagenfurt auf die Mentalität der Jury zugeschnitten gewesen sei.

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Verhoeven en Soeteman wilden het tegendeel bewijzen door een extreem succesvolle film te maken. Het uitgangspunt was een jongerenfilm waarin de grenzen van het toelaatbare werden opgezocht.

De film moest opvallen, choqueren maar ook maatschappijkritisch zijn. Het scenario, van Verhoevens vaste scenarist Gerard Soeteman , ontstond nadat Soeteman jaren eerder had meegemaakt dat een collega bij de NOS een zoon verloor door een bromfietsongeluk in het bos.

De gebeurtenis en het verdriet van de vader waren hem altijd bijgebleven. Zij vormden de basis voor wat Soeteman beschouwde als een modern sprookje over drie prinsen die dingen naar de hand van de prinses.

Verhoevens streven was om met Spetters een soort tegenhanger van Soldaat van Oranje te maken. Terwijl die film een geromantiseerde avontuurlijke visie op de werkelijkheid de Tweede Wereldoorlog had, had deze film juist een heel realistische en harde kijk op het leven.

Ook speelde Spetters zich af in de lagere arbeidersklasse vol laagopgeleide mensen terwijl Soldaat van Oranje zich afspeelde in de decadente studentenmilieus.

Verder stopte Verhoeven een aantal autobiografische thema's in de film; zo bezocht hij zelf ooit bijeenkomsten van de Pinkstergemeente , net als de vriendin van Rien in de film.

Soetemans scenario werd aanvankelijk afgekeurd door het Productiefonds voor de Nederlandse film onder voorzitterschap van Anton Koolhaas , omdat het te plat en te commercieel werd gevonden.

Verhoeven leverde daarop een door Soeteman gekuiste versie in, incasseerde de subsidie, en draaide vervolgens toch de oorspronkelijke versie, tot woede van de leden van het Filmfonds.

Volgens hen was dit gewoon regelrechte oplichting, zelf noemde Verhoeven dit achteraf "een volkomen geoorloofde guerrillatactiek". Het totale budget van Spetters bedroeg zeshonderdduizend gulden.

Het camerawerk was van de Duitse cameraman Jost Vacano , die drie jaar eerder onder regie van Verhoeven Soldaat van Oranje had gedraaid.

De filmmuziek werd grotendeels gecomponeerd door toetsenist Ton Scherpenzeel van de Nederlandse symfonische rockgroep Kayak. Daarnaast werden bestaande nummers gebruikt.

Ursul de Geer als politieman die door Fientje wordt omgekocht voor een standplaatsvergunning. De film deed veel stof opwaaien wegens seksisme , politiek incorrecte opmerkingen over allochtonen, geweld tegen homoseksuelen en de voor Nederlandse begrippen schokkend realistische wijze waarop geweld werd uitgebeeld.

Volgens de Volkskrant veroorzaakte Spetters oogkwalen. Verhoeven kreeg te maken met een heuse protestgroep, de Nederlandse Anti Spetters Actie NASA - een verbond van homo's, feministes en linkse actievoerders.

In Sonja's Goed Nieuws Show kwam het tot een verbale confrontatie. Verhoeven trachtte tevergeefs de bedoeling van zijn film uit te leggen.

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