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A Jewish Synagogue in Relation to a Christian Church and a Chapel
Ďurďovičová, Martina ; Sadek, Vladimír (advisor) ; Biernot, David (referee)
The Jewish religion and the relation of a man to God Creator, has roots in Mesopotamia, in a place where Abraham lived, in surround of many cults of gods. Surely the forms of surrounding cults were reflected to the new cult of the Lord. People of Israel did not every time build new altars but mostly used existing altars of a land of Kenaan. A man has limited possibilities and so were the altars and sanctuaries almost the same and they work by same way.
A Jewish Synagogue in Relation to a Christian Church and a Chapel
Ďurďovičová, Martina ; Sadek, Vladimír (advisor) ; Biernot, David (referee)
The Jewish religion and the relation of a man to God Creator, has roots in Mesopotamia, in a place where Abraham lived, in surround of many cults of gods. Surely the forms of surrounding cults were reflected to the new cult of the Lord. People of Israel did not every time build new altars but mostly used existing altars of a land of Kenaan. A man has limited possibilities and so were the altars and sanctuaries almost the same and they work by same way.

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