Medieval jewish thought jewish doctrine and dogma jewish ideas and beliefs philosophy and theology dogma in medieval jewish thought saadiah articulated jewish creeds maimonides followed suit and a group of 15th century spaniards continued the tradition 12 that the messiah will come and 13 that the dead will be resurrected . In the final triumph of good over evil the dead will be and all souls will be judged dualism and a final judgment a savior figure yet to come and the resurrection of the dead it may have been conveyed directly to early christian apocalyptic thought without the mediation of jewish thought. In jewish and early christian thought the expectation and hope of the coming of god and his final judgment also closely identified with the last book of the new testament revelation in which many events are foretold often in highly symbolic and imaginative terms
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