Judaistic


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Ju`da`is´tic


a.1.Of or pertaining to Judaism.
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The Evolution of a Revolution: Reflections on Ancient Christianity in its Judaistic, Hellenistic, and Romanistic Expressions.
After the redaction of the Torah was finalized (likely at the beginning of the 4th century), this process was transformed in re-telling the biblical stories within the early Judaistic literature.
The book is a perfect introduction to Kafka's relationships with women, with his father, with Jews, Jewishnesses, and Judaistic religions.
At any rate, it is commonly accepted that Jews and Judaistic sects of Sabbatians and Novatians felt significant aversion for the cult of relics and veneration of created things.
Traditional Religious (LRCA) Communities and Associations of Lithuania recognize nine religious communities and associations functioning in Lithuania: Roman Catholic, Greek Catholic, Evangelical Lutheran, Evangelical Reformed, Russian Orthodox, Old Believer, Judaistic, Sunni Muslim and Karaite.
A., <<The Creation Motif in the Fourth Gospel: Perspectives on Its Narratological Function within a Judaistic Background>>, en VAN BELLE, G., VAN DER WATT, J.