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Published on December 11, 2007

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Interlude: A Kingdom Story Waiting for an Ending The Intertestamental Period:  Interlude: A Kingdom Story Waiting for an Ending The Intertestamental Period Under Pagan Rule:  Under Pagan Rule Persian (until 331 B.C.) Greeks Alexander (331 – 323 B.C.) Ptolemies in Egypt (323 – 198 B.C.) Seleucids in Syria (198 – 142 B.C.) Under Pagan Rule:  Under Pagan Rule Persian (until 331 B.C.) Greeks Alexander (331 – 323 B.C.) Ptolemies in Egypt (323 – 198 B.C.) Seleucids in Syria (198 – 142 B.C.) Israel’s independence (142 – 63 B.C.) Rome (63 B.C. – N.T. period) Israel’s Faith:  Israel’s Faith One God Israel chosen by God Torah defined Israel’s life Holy belonged to Israel Hope for future act of God Growing Tensions:  Growing Tensions Oppressions and hope Pagan influence and faithfulness to Torah Growing Hatred:  Growing Hatred For Gentile oppressors For compromising Jews Growing Hope:  Growing Hope For coming kingdom of God Differing views How it would come… When it would come… Through whom it would come… How to live until it came… Unfolding Story:  Unfolding Story Persian rule: Jewish identity? Alexander: Threat of Hellenism Antiochus Epiphanes and Maccabean Revolt Compromised Jewish rule: Hasmoneans and diversified response Diversified Response:  Diversified Response Essenes: Withdrawal Pharisees: Boundary markers Zealots: Violent revolt Sadducees: Strategic compromise Unfolding Story:  Unfolding Story Persian rule: Jewish identity? Alexander: Threat of Hellenism Antiochus Epiphanes and Maccabean Revolt Compromised Jewish rule: Hasmoneans and diversified response Roman rule and revolt Israel ready for God’s kingdom End of the Intertestamental Period:  End of the Intertestamental Period

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