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Origins of Judaism I am….
I am the founder of the Hebrews.Abraham
I led the Hebrews out of slavery.Moses
I am the flight of the Hebrews from Egypt.Exodus
I am where Moses found the Ten Commandments.Mount Sinai
The Hebrews fought us in Canaan, but never completely conquered us.Philistines
We are the holy men who told the Hebrews when they were straying from God’s covenant.Prophets
I brought Israel to great wealth and power.Solomon
I was the capital of Judah.Jerusalem
I am the first five books of the Old Testament.The Torah
I am the Hebrew name for God.Yahweh
Really Big Flash Card Abraham. Really Big Answer He and his followers left Ur and traveled to Canaan at the request of Yahweh.
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Section 3: The Hebrews and Judaism. Section 3: The Hebrews and Judaism Main Idea The ancient Hebrews and their religion, Judaism, have been a major influence.
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