This Concept Map, created with IHMC CmapTools, has information related to: shabbatcreation, they would agree with the basic idea that this world is "very good" similar to A talmudic rabbi said that a person will be held guilty for evry pleasure (permitted of course) that was available to him which he did not experience., ancient ways of human interactions are part of it - telling stories around the table, singing together at the table, long,long meals with lots of talking. NOTE These "psychological" ideas also influence orthodox jews' appreciation of the sabbath, reconstructionist mythological text is unscientific, and of historical and cultural interest, This is the reason Maimonides gives for God commanding the Jews to offer animal sacrifices - it was the only way at that time, he said, that they could understand an act of worship. do all orthodox accept this idea? Not at all. Some literally believe the world is less than 6000 years old., text is unscientific, and of historical and cultural interest influence of this text? God's actions in History?, Do not keep the details of the sabbath. why? Reform relaxed the sabbath observance, as it was seen as being based on non-historical ideas, text is unscientific, and of historical and cultural interest civilisation Judaism is a civilisation, and this text is an important part of Jews' cultural history., They may believe God made the world, but not as described in this text. influence on thier attitude So they are not as concerned about resting on the Sabbath., Explain how this part of the creation story might influence the beliefs and attitudes of jews today. what types of Jews? orthoprax, God's actions in History? "God as Process" God, therefore, did not create the world., their observance of Shabbat is for social - spiritual reasons. spiritual influencel Having one day a week to "be Jewish" in a more concentrated way helps them to be stronger Jews, Will keep some sabbath traditions, as aspects of Jewish civilisation. alternative Civilisations adapt and evolve. Some recon. have developed their own variations on sabbath customs., All accept it was written by God HOWEVER some ortho. jews think God only wrote what people at that time could understand., their observance of Shabbat is for social - spiritual reasons. social influence They choose to keep shabbat because one day a week it forces people to leave machines and relate to each other as humans., They don't literally believe they are resting on Shabbat because God rested on the seventh day. how does this text influence them? they would agree with the basic idea that this world is "very good", orthoprax mythological An orthoprax Jew would be inclined to see the creation story as mythological, orthodox historical are no commands in this passage, reconstructionist observance Will keep some sabbath traditions, as aspects of Jewish civilisation., is mythological and non-historical explanation? Sabbath is seen as a Jewish cultural invention. People used the idea of God to enforce it in ancient times. The text was written by people., Do not keep the details of the sabbath. why? sabbath restrictions were seen as being "out of touch" with a modern lifestyle.