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Burton L. Mack
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Israel - Used to refer to the part of Palestine inhabited by the Jews as well as the nation of Jews in general.

Galilee - A region in Palestine that maintained a wide variety of cultural influences. The traditional home of Jesus and the birthplace of the Jesus movements.

Rome - The capital and seat of government for the Western Roman Empire, and the site of the Roman church which came to dominate Christianity.

Roman Empire - The place that controlled the Mediterranean and Near East at the time of the rise of Christianity. Ruled for a time from the capitols of Rome in the west and Constantinople in the east. Christianity became the official state religion of this area under the emperor.

Mosaic Scriptures - The five books of scripture attributed to Moses that formed the basis of the Jewish law and which were adopted by...

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