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Landmarks in Israeli art (2) Introduction II
Ephraim Mose Lilien
Lilien, Frontispiece for Lieder des Ghetto (Songs of the Ghetto)
A Page from Songs of the Ghetto (The Twelve Tribes of Israel).
Lilien, The Bad and the Good Angles
a Lilien, The Prophet Jessiah, illustration from Books of the Bible
Ephraim Mose Lilien, On the Rivers of Babylon, illustration in Books of the Bible
LIlien, The Expulsion form Eden, illustration in Bucher der Bibel (Books of the Bible)
Ephraim Mose LIlien, The Creation of Man.
Der Judenstaat (The Jewish State), 1896 Alteneuland (The Old New Land), 1902 The Dreyfus Affair, 1894
LIlien, Moses on mount Sinai, illustration in Books of the Biblel
Lilien, Moses (Freedom)
Lilien, The Jewish Tailor in a Sweat Shop
Walter Crane, The Workers May Pole
Lilien, A Wandering Jew
Lilien, Illustration for Lieder des Ghetto, 1902
Lilien, Memorial to the Victims of the Kishinev Pogrom, 1903
Walter Crane, Genius of Electricity Connecting the Various Parts of the World, plaster relief.
Walter Crane, Genius of Mechanical Invention Connecting Agriculture and Commerce, plaster relief
Lilien, Frontispiece for the Ost und West (East and West) periodical
Ecclesia (The Christian Church or The New Testament) (left) Synagoga (The Jewish Faith or The Old Testament) Sculptures on the Façade of the Strassbourg Cathedral, France
Lilien, Frontispiece for the Ost und West (East and West) periodical
Lilien, Poster for The 5 th Zionist Congrress, 1902
Unit 1 Introduction to World Civilizations and New Ideas Sub Unit 2 Introduction to World Religions Lesson 5 Judaism Studies the TORAH.
The Phoenicians & Hebrews. I. The Phoenicians (2300 BC – 65 BC)
Judaism. First Monotheistic Religion Judaism was the very first Monotheistic religion. The one god was called Yaweh.
Warm-Up Take out your warm-up packet. Write the date. Answer the following true or false. 1. The father of Judaism is Moses. 2. A Jewish temple is called.
God’s Covenant People ROMANS 9:4a. EXODUS
The Holy Bible Obtained from: Facts About The Bible by David Padfield
Chapter 3, Section 2 Early Israelites The Israelites (location) were also known as the Hebrews (culture/ethnicity), and are known today as Jews (religion).
A Greek term which means “rule” or “norm”, “ a measuring rod” The Fathers of the Church used the word “canon” for the “rule of faith”..thus, the canon.
The Power of Myth. Historical Maps Map of Jewish expulsions and resettlement areas in Europe 1100 to 1500.
The Ancient Near East: Peoples and Empires Chapter 2.
Judaism Hanukkah Star of David Synagogue Kippah Torah Messiah is yet to come King David Bar Mitzvah Kosher Foods Round Robin Activity 1 piece of paper.
Judaism. Key Features/Beliefs of Judaism God = Yahweh ▫Monotheistic Holy Book ▫Hebrew Bible ▫Similar to the Old Testament of the Christian Bible.
Geography. Ticket in the Door Religious conflict is a well known part of the middle east. I would like you to name the three major religions and then.
The Hebrews. II. Hebrews (1900 BC – 539 BC) A. Abraham – Father of Judaism (1900 BC) 1. Abraham was a herder and trader in Sumer and worshiped many gods.
Ancient Israel. Historical Overview ► Ancient Israel is the birthplace of the 3 great monotheistic religions of the world: Judaism, Christianity and Islam.
Judaism The world’s oldest monotheistic faith Parent of Christianity and Islam Unchanged throughout time.
+ Religion in the Middle East. + Judaism We know about Hebrews comes from laws/ requirements of Judaism Five books= Torah, most sacred text Hebrew Bible.
Chapter 3 Section 1 The Origins of the Hebrews. Torah First five books of the Hebrew Bible. Gives the early history, laws, and beliefs of the Hebrews.
Key Vocabulary for Judaism and Christianity. Judaism The religion of the Jews.
Religious Studies World Religions Introduction. Religious Studies World Religions - an Introduction There are over 40 organised religions in the world.
The Ancient Hebrews and the Origins of Judaism I can explain the origins of Judaism and important figures of the Ancient Hebrews.
JUDAISM History & Cultural Practices. History Founded around 2000 B.C.E. Abraham (Ur) made an agreement with God He would protect him because they were.
Today’s Aim: How did the writings in the Torah shape Judaism? The Hebrew Bible is the Jewish people’s record of their history and their religion, which.
Judaism. Judaism The oldest of the world’s monotheistic religions ◦ Define monotheistic Began approximately 4,000 years ago and was developed by the Israelites.
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Section IV: The Beginnings of Judaism (Pages 42-45) This section is about: This section is about: How the geography of Canaan influenced the ancient civilization.
Why Is the Bible So Important? Record of people’s experiences with God Influenced so many throughout history Tremendous examples of struggles of life –
THE BIBLE IS NOT ONE BOOK BUT A LIBRARY OF 73 BOOKS.
What is the Old Testament about? Mindmap as many stories as you remember from the Old Testament. To explain what the Bible is about To analyse a Bible.
Eastern Mediterranean Chapter 18Chapter 18 Section 2Section 2.
Start in the Middle God’s Chosen Israel. The Deal A Covenant between God (Yahweh) & Abram(Abraham) Conditions: One & only God Patriarch of the “Chosen.
Getting to know your bible 2 timothy 2:15. the bible is not one book but a collection of writings.
SS7G8 The student will describe the diverse cultures of the people who live in Southwest Asia (Middle East). c. Compare and contrast the prominent religions.
Papers due WEDNESDAY.. Theodor Herzl Der Judenstaat (The Jewish State) World Zionist Organization.
The Beliefs of christianity: J.E.S.U.S. J. Jesus’ life & teachings in New Testament (Bible) -Bible also has Old Testament Q: What religion does the Old.
COURSE TITLE: ONE LEG OF THE STOOL: THE SACRED SCRIPTURES PART III: THE OLD TESTAMENT – AN INTRODUCTION The Rev. Dr. David A. Zwifka Instructor.
European Culture Religions. Major Religions The three major religions practiced in Europe are Christianity, Judaism, and Islam. Followers of each of these.
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Judaism Reading the Torah. Yahweh’s “Covenant” With His People The Torah The first 5 books of the Hebrew Bible. The most sacred text in the Jewish.
Judaism Can you think of a very important person we often talk about who followed the Jewish Faith?
HEBREWS. Abraham – patriarch of three religious traditions Judeo – Christian tradition through Isaac Islamic tradition through Ishmael Arab-Israeli.
The Judeo- Christian Tradition Ch 1.3 and 1.4. Brief History of the Jews Abraham left Mesopotamia and started the Jews in the land of Canaan around 2000.
THE REDEMPTION OF CHRIST THE CHURCH Theology II Introduction to Second Semester The Church Mr. Christopher Perrotti.
The Eastern Mediterranean Unit 4. The People: Ethnicity Israel: 80% Jewish Syria: 90% Arab Lebanon: 95% Arab Jordan 98% Arab.
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The Phoenicians lived in a region at the eastern end of the Mediterranean Sea that was is now known as Palestine. It became the home of the Hebrews and.
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