Life after death in Tanakh and in early Jewish thought

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Oslo Jewish Museum

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2. Mar 2016, kl. 18:00

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50 NOK

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post@jodiskmuseumoslo.no, 22 20 84 00

Life after death in Tanakh and in early Jewish thought

What does Judaism say about life after death? What is the practical significance of the images of death in Jewish life?

The earliest Jewish sacred writings provide insight into how death and life after death is perceived. In her lecture Diana Edelman will go into the concepts and ideas found in Judaism on these topics.

Professor Diana Edelman is a teacher in Hebrew Scriptures at the Faculty of Theology, University of Oslo. She has written a number of works on the history, archeology and literature of ancient Israel and Judea. She finished her doctorate in Chicago and has taught in England for 13 years before she came to Norway in 2015. She has also worked for many years with archaeological fieldwork in Israel.

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