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What is the name of the Jewish multi-volume text that was created between 200 B.C.E. and 500 C.E.? - Its is called Talmud. It includes a very detailed commentary of the Torah with opinions of different Jewish sages and rabbis (religious teachers).
Which of the below designates a "sacred" person in religions?
Hard to answer without having the options, but the sacred (religious, referring to the divine) is opposed to the profane (worldly, routine). Therefore, some of the designations of a “sacred” person would be a distinction and a distance between such person, who is in contact with the divine, and the rest of “profane” people.
Which of the below is the "axis mundi" for Judaism?
It is hard to give a definite answer without seeing the options, but it is likely Jerusalem, especially the Jerusalem Temple, or the land of Israel as a whole....
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