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Israel after the exile

W. F. Lofthouse

Israel after the exile

sixth and fifth centuries B.C..

by W. F. Lofthouse

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Published by Oxford University Press in London .
Written in English

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  • Bible. -- O.T.

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    SeriesTheClarendon Bible -- Vol.4
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17161289M

    And when Asa heard these words, even the prophecy of Oded the prophet, he took courage, and put away the detestable things out of all the land of Judah and Benjamin, and out of the cities which he had taken from the hill-country of Ephraim; and he renewed the altar of the LORD, that was before the porch of the LORD. This led to war between Judah and the rest of Israel. In he conquered the Lydians and spent the next six years consolidating his Empire in the East. Nebuchadnezzar destroyed the city wall and the Temple, together with the houses of the most important citizens.

    Archaeological evidence recovered from the Royal palace in Babylon provides support for Jehoiachin's presence there and lists the daily rations set aside for him and the members of his family Pritchard, It is thought that he used the oasis of Tema as his headquarters in a campaign to secure the southern trade routes across the desert. Joseph: Genesis 37, Biblical depictions of the exile include Book of Jeremiah 39—43 which saw the exile as a lost opportunity ; the final section of 2 Kings which portrays it as the temporary end of history ; 2 Chronicles in which the exile is the "Sabbath of the land" ; and the opening chapters of Ezrawhich records its end.

    The Assyrian Empire ceased to exist in BC see 3. This was the society into which Jesus, the Messiah, was born. In II Isaiah, God was made to remind the people frequently that he created the world and was their Maker. There is evidence in II Isaiah of the emergence of fundamental changes in the nature of the religion and of the Jewish god. In a act of desperation he had the gods of the outlying cities moved into his capital, seeking their aid in the coming battle.


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Israel after the exile book

These were invited by king Hezekiah to keep the Passover in a feast at Jerusalem with the Judean population. What wrenched from his heart such a cry of anguish? They were still in their land when the Romans conquered Judea in 63 B. And, even as the prophets were predicting the downfall of Israel, their predictions were mixed with prophecies concerning a Savior, a Messiah, who would come to form a new covenant between God and His people.

Miller, J. Its story thus looks quite different from that of the other Israelite deportees. The writers of kings may have been reluctant to accept him as such because he was not of the line of David, but references to the "Kings daughters" at Mizpah in Jeremiah's account make more sense if they refer to the children of Gedaliah than they those of Zedekiah Jer.

It was the temple of a Jewish military colony near the southern border of Egypt the latter having lost independence to the Persians and it continued to function in Second Temple times. The reason why the Judahite exile in Babylon became proverbial is because, during and after the exile, the exiled Judahites developed an unprecedented creative energy that resulted in the final editing of the Pentateuch, of the deuteronomistic work of history the Books of Samuel and Kingsof many of the prophetic books and also in the composition of new literature such as the Chronistic works of history, i.

At about the same time their presence there was confirmed in the Talmud: in Sanhedrin 11 a it is recorded that Rabban Gamaliel II of Jerusalem wrote about the religious calendar "to our brethren the exiles in Babylon and to those in Media. You should get to know them! Goldingay, John E.

Assyrian captivity

One of the prominent tribes throughout the years was Judah. Thus, it can be seen that all of these groups retained their identity.

When Will Israel and Judah Be Reunited?

And Asa, sojourning among the Judean kingdom population, returned practicing the Hebrew belief. What happened to Israel and Judah? The holiday was set one month forward from its original date. Assyria's power continues to decline. Archer, Gleason L.

Indeed the Assyrian Empire itself collapsed in the following century without any sign of divine concern that we know of; no Israelite prophet was sent to save it then. It seemed that the Jewish people at least those few who had returned to Israel had at last learned their lesson: God would not tolerate idol worship and disobedience.

It is probable that it developed from informal meetings in the homes of believers into a more structured gatherings in purpose built structures. One of the most significant changes brought upon the Jews in exiles was their forced introduction to a new language: Aramaic.

Nebuchadnezzar destroyed the city wall and the Temple, together with the houses of the most important citizens. It was Paul's custom to visit start his ministry in a city amongst the Jews in the synagogue Acts ; cf.

The captivities began in approximately BC. For the Jews, sacrificing an animal to God, as He had instructed them to do, was symbolic of exchanging the sacrifice of a life for their sins. Mass deportation to Babylonia and flight to Egypt. What little we do know is derived from Daniel cf.

Judah and Judah vs. It shows that a large number of the deportees were able to stick together.Jan 02,  · The book of Nehemiah also covers the return and rebuilding of Jerusalem after the exile was over.

The Babylonian captivity had one very significant impact on the nation of Israel when it returned to the land—it would never again be corrupted by the idolatry and false gods of the surrounding nations.

1 Chronicles 9 Holman Christian Standard Bible (HCSB) After the Exile. 9 All Israel was registered in the genealogies that are written in the Book of the Kings of Israel.

But Judah was exiled to Babylon because of their unfaithfulness. 2 The first to live in their towns on their own property again were Israelites, priests, Levites, and temple servants.

Get this from a library! Israel after the exile, sixth and fifth centuries, B.C. [W F Lofthouse]. Jan 17,  · 3 books of the Bible deal with Israel's restoration after their 70 years of exile. 1.

Babylonian captivity

Ezra Cyrus let most of the Jews return to their land of Israel. Zerubbabel led the people ( B.C.). Ezra returned later with more Jews ( B.C.) 2. Nehemiah Building the walls of Jerusalem. Nehemiah got permission from the.

Read The Prophecies of Ezekiel Concerning the Restoration of Israel from Christian radio ministry Watchman Radio Hour with Alex Dodson. Study the Bible. Rather, the book relates the account of his call to preach repentance to Nineveh and his refusal to go.

Nineveh, the capital of Assyria and infamous for its cruelty, was a historical nemesis of Israel and Judah. The focus of this book is on that Gentile city, which was .