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Really Big Flash Card Abraham
Really Big Answer He and his followers left Ur and traveled to Canaan at the request of Yahweh.
Really Big Flash Card Jacob
Really Big Answer His 12 sons became the leaders of the Hebrew tribes.His 12 sons became the leaders of the Hebrew tribes. He led the Hebrews into Egypt.He led the Hebrews into Egypt.
Really Big Flash Card Moses
Really Big Answer He freed the Hebrews from captivity in Egypt.
Really Big Flash Card Deborah
Really Big Answer Wise Hebrew judge who planned an attack against the Canaanites near Mt. Tabor
Really Big Flash Card King Saul
Really Big Answer First king of the Hebrews First king of the Hebrews Couldnt defeat the Philistines
Really Big Flash Card King David
Really Big Answer Defeated the PhilistinesDefeated the Philistines United the Hebrew tribes into the Kingdom of IsraelUnited the Hebrew tribes into the Kingdom of Israel Made Jerusalem the capital cityMade Jerusalem the capital city
Really Big Flash Card King Solomon
Really Big Answer Built the Temple of Solomon for YahwehBuilt the Temple of Solomon for Yahweh High taxes and forced laborHigh taxes and forced labor
Really Big Flash Card Ark of the Covenant
Really Big Answer Portable shrine built for Yahweh
Really Big Flash Card Prophets
Really Big Answer Preachers who were said to be able to interpret Gods will
Really Big Flash Card Babylonian Captivity
Really Big Answer The force march of the Hebrews from Jerusalem to Babylon where they were made slaves.
Really Big Flash Card The Exodus
Really Big Answer The name of the event when the Hebrews escaped from captivity in Egypt.
Really Big Flash Card The Bible
Really Big Answer Best source of information on the Hebrews
Really Big Flash Card The Covenant
Really Big Answer The agreement between Abraham and Yahweh
Really Big Flash Card Mt. Sinai
Really Big Answer Where Moses received the Ten Commandments according to Hebrew beliefs
Really Big Flash Card The Ten Commandments
Really Big Answer Became the basis of law and order in Hebrew society.
Really Big Flash Card The City of David
Really Big Answer Jerusalem
Really Big Flash Card Assyrians
Really Big Answer Conquered the Kingdom of Israel in 722 b.c.
Really Big Flash Card Nebuchadnezzar
Really Big Answer Conquered the Kingdom of Judah in 586 b.c.
Really Big Flash Card Cyrus the Great
Really Big Answer Freed the Jews from Babylonian Captivity
Really Big Flash Card Sabbath
Really Big Answer Holy Day of Rest
Chapter 3 Section 4 Notes I. The Search for A Promised Land.
Origins of Judaism Chapter 3, Section 4. Lay of the Land Palestine was cultural crossroads due to location Canaan (area of Palestine), ancient home of.
Section 4: The Origins of Judaism
Rise of the Israelites. Religious text to many ppl= Christians Used as historical text about places, dates, and ppl Historical story about Israelites.
JUDAISM. HEBREWS ORIGINATED IN BABYLON AND WERE LED INTO PALESTINE BY ABRAHAM.
Bellringer Glue in pages TURN IN ESSAYS!!!!!.
Chapter 2 Section 5 Roots of Judaism
Judaism. Monotheistic Believed there was only one god – All knowing, all powerful (fancy word?) – History reflected God’s plan for people.
JUDAISM BC LOCATION Between… PALESTINE Philistines They lived in Palestine --> nomadic people CANAAN ancient home of the Hebrew later.
The Origins Of Judaism Chapter 2 Section 6.
Chapter 2, Section 5 Roots of Judaism.
Chapter 3: The Ancient Israelites
Bellringer Add monotheism, Exodus, and Ten Commandments to your Glossary (Objective 25)
Click Here to Begin the Game KEY WORDSJUDAISMWHO AM I ?? EVENTS HODGE POGE
Roots of Judaism Chapter 2 section 5.
Do Now How could a group of people be politically unimportant but culturally important?
Ancient Israel Review. The people who became Jews first lived in ……
The Israelites. Abraham (1900 BC) Founder of the Israelites & Judaism Made a Covenant with Yahweh (God) Believed in other gods, but promised to worship.
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