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The Role of Religion in Ancient Rome Judaism and Christianity Compared to Ancient Egypt.
Religion and Theology
Pages 6 (1506 words)
Christianity and Judaism are religions practiced across mainstream. They play key roles in nations. This paper will provide a comparison of the role of religion in ancient Rome Judaism and Christianity in relation to the ancient Egypt.
Judaism and Christianity are religions under practice within both ancients. This paper shall scrutinize both religions in ancient Egypt and Rome. The comparison Ritual and doctrine of Egypt would be imported into Judaism via Moses. How this would be achieved, provides a question, which is difficult to settle. Of the doctrine of gods, or the Egyptian theology proper, we have no hint in the Pentateuch. The religion has Jehovah rather than the three orders of deities. It has a rigorous proscription of idolatry instead of the pictures and images of gods. It has a deity behind all times and above all worlds, with no history, earthly life and adventures rather than Isis and Osiris. The Egyptians would be more prominent with the doctrine of life in the future, but there would be no such doctrine in Judaism. Moses does not provide an account of souls’ judgment after death. According to the Egyptians, there is no return to the body and future resurrection. Moses tells nothing of the multiform experiences and long journey of the next life. The severe monotheism of Judaism is different from the diminutive characterization of gods within the Egyptian pantheon. The characterization of Jehovah, with its stern retribution, its awful authority and impartial justice would ideally symbolize the Egyptian gods. The great influence of Judaism on the Egyptian practices encompasses a few elements. ...
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