Humanities
UCF The Modern Period and Its Challenges Paper

University of Central Florida

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Directions: Type 3-4 sentence definitions of each term using the relevant material from the Oxtoby/Hussain textbook, I will give link for the book

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Running head: MODERN HISTORY ASSIGNMENT
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Negotiation, Adaptation, and Protest: The Modern Period and Its Challenges

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Negotiation, Adaptation, and Protest: The Modern Period and Its Challenges

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Directions: Type 3-4 sentence definitions of each term using the relevant material from the
Oxtoby/Hussain textbook, PowerPoint slides, and lecture notes.
Judaism
Reform Judaism: it was started by a rabbi by the name Abraham Geiger. As from its definition,
it is a reformed Judaism that focuses on the new faith of its followers. It has both ethical and
social aspect that seeks to enlighten and strengthen the faith of the followers of Judaism. There
are many traditional Jewish beliefs that reformed Judaism left that were not supportive of the
new faith. It started in the early 19th century from Germany. It has helped in reforming and
making Judaism as per in the new evolving faith.
Orthodox Judaism: from its literal meaning orthodox, it gets its definition. It means the old and
traditional way of Judaism. Unlike the reformed Judaism, it still carries out the traditions and
practices that others were done with. They believe in the Law of Moses and the teaching of the
Torah. The Law of Moses was reviled by God in Mount Sinai.
Holocaust: the Holocaust ha...

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