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Compare also H. E. Ryle: The Canon of the Old Testament, Excursus A. Kohler, H. U. C. , Vol. I, p. " 156 ZEITLIN The Great Synagogue was not a permanent institution which existed at the time of Ezra only and lasted up to the time of Simon the Just but it was something like a constitutional assembly which gathered from time to time when the need for such assemblies arose. One such assembly met at the time of Ezra upon the return from the Exile. Another one met at the time of Simon the Priest II (The Just); while another such assembly met in the year 141 B.
San. V, 11. 109Comp. Mak. 5b; Tos. San. VI, 6. 110On the texts, editions, and literature see Charles, pp. 242-247; Schtirer, Gesch. III. 152 ZEITLIN gods, and demanded that Nebudhadnezzar alone should be worshipped as God. The Jews who had but lately returned from the Exile, resolved to resist Nebuchadnezzar with all their might and to defend their country and their religion. Joakim, the high priest in Jerusalem, sent instructions to Bethulia to stop the passes leading to the Capital. Holofernes called a council of officers to decide how to proceed with the campaign against the Jews.
1'-nnU nnnmD',y:n nnnm 'ian. Tos. Oh. I, 4, 1', D'n1mnnn3n 1Tm ID'T 1n D' m'ran Tos. Zab. II, 1. r'mt ntn nauO1i,:pD Tos Neg. VII, 10, n'n,r ra 1'n io There is no reference found anywhere in the Tannaitic literature or in the Hellenistic literature before the destruction of the Temple that baptism was a requisite for conversion to Judaism. See also Craetz, III, n. 19. 5 See Zunz, GottesdienstlicheVortrage,p. 131. 116Yer. Tan. 70d. -ni= ;ii n,n r'yn i-it: nwyn. CANONIZATION OF THE HEBREW SCRIPTURES 155 lyptic nature, which were written in the Hebrew language, or in the Greek language, were considered ,nilmnmv'iD and these books were prohibited from being read, and anyone who read these, according to the rabbis, would not share a portion in the world to come, while such books which have no connection whatsoever with Judaism,"7 as the books of Hamerum (Homer), were not prohibited from being read.
An Historical Study of the Canonization of the Hebrew Scriptures by Solomon Zeitlin