Hebrews Ultimate Concern: The Hebrew Culture

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The Hebrew culture focuses on line, concerned about the practice; The correct behavior is the Hebrews ultimate concern. The Hebrew culture ideal person is the person who have faith. A specific people of faith as a whole. The Hebrew culture doesn't look to general and abstract things, it's always staring at the concrete, specific, individual person; Dedication is the focus of the Hebrew culture, there is a person to die (spirit) and a meat at the same time, to his descendants, the enthusiasm of the family, race and god intervention; Eternity in Hebrews seems vague, unless upon unknowable god; Hebrews think rational and logic does not touch the life ultimate question, these problems occur in the language to reach deep, deep faith to namely; Hebrews

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