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What was the first great Monotheistic faith whose God was more orderly than the gods of Mesopotamia?

This question is part of World History Chapter 1 (Mesopotamia)
Asked by Devans, Last updated: Sep 08, 2020

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I. Klose

I. Klose

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I. Klose, Accountant, Franklin

Answered Apr 28, 2020

The correct answer to this question is Hebrew. This faith is prominently referred to as Judaism. Most religions have a Father that they answer to. In the study of Judaism, it is taught that Abraham is the father. Along with being known as Hebrew, those that study Judaism may also be known as Jews or Israelites.

All of the elements of their faith can be found in their holy book called the Torah. They believe that to connect with their God in the deepest way is through studying the Torah, which they devote days, weeks, and years to. Temples and synagogues are mainly where they reside to learn about the word and worship.

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C.Charlotte

C.Charlotte

C.Charlotte
C.Charlotte

Answered Feb 05, 2020

Monotheistic faith is considered to be the oldest religion, and it may have influenced all of the other religions that came after. For this type of faith, there was a belief that there are some chosen ones who become priests, but they are not the ones that should be venerated. According to their teachings, all of the things that they implore people to do still come from the different gods.

They have seven planetary deities. These seven gods are the following: Enlil, Nanna, Inanna, Ninhursag, Utu, An, and Enki. All of these gods are powerful in their own different ways. The number 7 was also very important to the ancient Mesopotamians during this time.

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Benjamin Williams

Benjamin Williams

Benjamin Williams
Benjamin Williams

Answered Mar 14, 2018

That's a matter of conjecture, your confirmation bias has clearly influenced you here.

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devans

devans

devans
Devans

Answered Mar 14, 2018

Hebrews
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