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Definition of Judaistic

  • Of or pertaining to Judaism.

How to use judaistic in a sentence. Judaistic pronunciation.

For according to the notions of the Judaistic period Israel is the congregation of true worship, and this last is connected with the temple at Jerusalem, in which of course the Samaritans have no part.
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But Judaistic leanings were unavoidable, and they have not gone so far as to transform the facts, nor indeed operated in a different way or to a greater degree here than local interest in the tribal hero, which is always the earliest motive for narration, has done in other cases.
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It is a step further on this downward path that in the Judaistic version (x. 17 seq.) all mention is omitted of the anointing of Saul.
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This at once indicates to us the point of view; it is one which dominates all Judaistic history: the history is that of the temple rather than of the kingdom.
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It turned on the question of the right form of stating the object of the Society and you will remember perhaps that the object is stated in these terms: "The Harvard Menorah Society for the study and advancement of Hebraic culture and ideals"-not Jewish, not Judaistic, but Hebraic.
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What is to be their relation to their people if Jews are to be considered members merely of Judaistic sects?
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For this reason the Menorah takes no sides; for this reason it is Hebraic and not Judaistic.
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The Anti-Judaic group_, or those growing out of controversy with Judaistic teachers.
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It need only drop all that is silly and disputable, and 'mattering not neither here nor there,' of Christian theology-a theology virtually absent from the direct teaching of Christ-and all of Judaistic literature or prescriptions not made immortal in their application by unassailable truth and by the confirmation of science.
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Examples of Judaistic

Example #1
Abijah of Judah makes this point of view clear to Jeroboam I. and his army in a speech delivered from Mount Zemaraim before the battle.
Example #2
After Solomon's death the history of Israel in Chronicles is traced only through Jehovah's kingdom in the hand of the sons of David, and all that relates to the ten tribes is put aside.
Example #3
This praise applies to 1Samuel xvi.
Example #4
The author's partisanship is more noticeable, as he follows the style of a biographer, and makes David the hero of the history from his very first appearance, although king Saul is the ruling and motive power in it.
Example #5
The Books of Samuel take their name from him, and he is a figure of great importance, if not for the history itself, yet for the history of the tradition, the progress of which may be measured by the change of view about his person.
Example #6
And this was accordingly made good by the legend (xvi.