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1 Do Now: Jewish Diaspora The diagram that best represents the word “Diaspora” is… because… A.C. B.D.

2 Jewish Holidays Stations

3 BIG 12 86% PAC % BIG EAST 85.5%

4 OCTOPUS’S GARDEN 2 flowers = DJ Booms 4 flowers = No HW for a day 6 flowers = treat 8 flowers = movie day

5 Do Now: Jewish Diaspora The diagram that best represents the word “Diaspora” is… because… A.C. B.D.

6 Objective October 28, 2013 SWBAT list important facts about Christianity. SWBAT compare important facts about Judaism with important facts about Christianity. SWBAT compare how Jews and Christians view Jesus Christ.

7 Essential Question What “points of peace” exist between Judaism, Christianity, and Islam?

8 Monotheistic Religions Noah, Abraham, Moses, & Jesus Noah Abraham Moses Important prophets Easter Christmas Passover Rosh Hashanah Yom Kippur Chanakkuh Major holidays Church Synagogue Place of worship PriestRabbi Clergy The Bible (Old Test. + N.T.) Hebrew Bible (Old Testament) Sacred text Jerusalem Holy city 33 CE2000 BCE Date founded 2.1 billion14 million Number of followers ChristiansJews Followers ONE! # of gods Point for Peace? Islam ChristianityJudaismCategory

9 Essential Question What “points of peace” exist between Judaism, Christianity, and Islam?

10 Is it true that Jesus Christ was Jewish? Yes, this is 100% true. Mary and Joseph, the parents of Jesus, were Jewish.

11 CHRISTIANS The Jews who followed Jesus became Christians. JEWS The Jews who did not follow Jesus remained Jews. If Jesus Christ was Jewish, then why are there Christians?

12 The Last Supper

13 Why did some Jews follow Jesus while some Jews did not? The Hebrew Bible (Old Testament) contains prophecies about the coming of a Messiah –Prophecy = a prediction about something that will happen in the future –Messiah = a hero to save the Jews from persecution prophecy = premonition

14 Why did some Jews follow Jesus while some Jews did not? Some Jews believed that Jesus did not fulfill the Messianic prophecies –Today, these people are still called Jews Some Jews believed that Jesus did fulfill the Messianic prophecies –Today, these people are called Christians

15 Homework

16 Reminder! CNN News due this Friday It is absolutely silent during the news, even during the Shout Out. Write compound sentences correctly. Capitalize, use a comma, use a conjunction, use a period. Spell every state, country, and continent correctly. Shade in every state you enter on the tracker. Shade in AND label every country you enter on the tracker.

17 DO NOW: Judaism vs. Christianity Copy the Venn Diagram, the copy the following phrases into the appropriate space: A. Believes in one god B. Believes in Noah, Abraham, and Moses C. Believes that Jesus Christ as not the Messiah D. Believes that Jesus Christ was the Messiah E. Believes in the Old Testament F. Believes in the New Testament G. Considers Jerusalem to be the holiest city

18 The yellow submarine has not been updated… …because some of you still have a chance to earn a spot up there! Please take out Quiz #5: Monotheistic Religions (Judaism). If you answered question #10 incorrectly on the quiz, here’s your chance to earn a point back Which of the following leaders did NOT persecute the Jews? A. Nebuchadnezzar, emperor of Babylonia B. Cyrus the Great, emperor of Persia C. Emperor Titus, emperor of Rome D. Adolf Hitler, dictator of Nazi Germany

19 DO NOW: Judaism vs. Christianity Copy the Venn Diagram, the copy the following phrases into the appropriate space: A. Believes in one god (p. 2) B. Believes in Noah, Abraham, and Moses (p. 2) C. Believes that Jesus Christ as not the Messiah (p. 8) D. Believes that Jesus Christ was the Messiah (p. 8) E. Believes in the Old Testament (p. 2) F. Believes in the New Testament (p. 2) G. Considers Jerusalem to be the holiest city (p. 2)

20 Objective October 29, 2013 SWBAT compare how Jews and Christians view Jesus Christ.

21 Why do Christians believe that Jesus was the Messiah? Christians point to the Bible to support this belief The Bible is divided into two parts OLD TESTAMENTNEW TESTAMENT Tells us about Messianic prophecies Both Jews and Christians believe in this part Tells us about how Jesus fulfilled the Messianic prophecies Only Christians believe in this part

22 Which prophecies from the Old Testament did Jesus fulfill? Half of the class will receive a Messianic prophecy from the Old Testament. Half of the class will receive a detail about Jesus’ life. Your job is to: 1)Match the Messianic prophecy with how Jesus fulfilled the prophecy. 2)Find the main idea (taped on the board) that best fits. 3)Highlight the words that made you think that Jesus fulfilled the prophecy.

23 Old Testament (Prophecy) "Behold, the virgin shall conceive and bear a Son, and shall call His name Immanuel. “ Isaiah 7:14 New Testament (Fulfillment) Fulfillment of Prophecy: Jesus was born to a virgin

24 Old Testament (Prophecy) “ But you, O Bethlehem Ephrathah, are only a small village in Judah. Yet a ruler of Israel will come from you, one whose origins are from the distant past. ” Micah 5:2 New Testament (Fulfillment) “ Jesus was born in the town of Bethlehem in Judea, during the reign of King Herod. ” Matthew 2:1 Fulfillment of Prophecy: Jesus was born in Bethlehem

25 Old Testament (Prophecy) “ This is what the Lord says: ‘ A cry of anguish is heard in Ramah – mourning and weeping unrestrained. Rachel weeps for her children, refusing to be comforted – for her children are dead. ” Jeremiah 31:15 New Testament (Fulfillment) “ King Herod sent soldiers to kill all the boys in and around Bethlehem who were two years old and under. Herod ’ s brutal action fulfilled the prophecy of Jeremiah. ” Matthew 2:16-17 Fulfillment of Prophecy: Jesus was almost killed by King Herod

26 Old Testament (Prophecy) “ When Israel was a child, I loved him as a son, and I called my son out of Egypt. ” Hosea 11:1 New Testament (Fulfillment) “ That night Joseph left for Egypt with the child and Mary, his mother, and they stayed there until Herod ’ s death. This fulfilled what the Lord had spoken through the prophet: ‘ I called my Son out of Egypt. ’” Matthew 2:14-15 Fulfillment of Prophecy: Jesus escaped to Egypt

27 New Testament (Fulfillment) “ The blind receive sight, the lame walk, those who have leprosy are cured, the deaf hear, the dead are raised, and the good news is preached to the poor. ” Matthew 11:5 Old Testament (Prophecy) “ Then the eyes of the blind shall be opened, and the ears of the deaf shall be unstopped. Then shall the lame man leap as an deer, and the tongue of the mute sing: for in the wilderness shall waters break out, and streams in the desert. ” Isaiah 35:5-6 Fulfillment of Prophecy: Jesus performed miracles

28 Fulfillment of Prophecy: Jesus rode into Jerusalem on a donkey Old Testament (Prophecy) “ Rejoice greatly, O Daughter of Zion! Shout, Daughter of Jerusalem! See, your king comes to you, righteous and having salvation, gentle and riding on a donkey, on a colt, the foal of a donkey. ” Zechariah 9:9 New Testament (Fulfillment)

29 Old Testament (Prophecy) “ He was oppressed and He was afflicted, yet He opened not His mouth. ” Isaiah 53:7 New Testament (Fulfillment) “ And while He was being accused by the chief priests and elders, He answered nothing. ” Matthew 27:12 Fulfillment of Prophecy: Jesus did not defend himself against accusers

30 Old Testament (Prophecy) “ My enemies surround me like a pack of dogs; an evil gang closes in on me. They pierced My hands and My feet. “ Psalm 22:16 New Testament (Fulfillment) Fulfillment of Prophecy: Jesus was crucified

31 Did Jesus fulfill every prophecy from the Old Testament? NO! That’s why Jews don’t believe that Jesus was the Messiah!

32 Which prophecies from the Old Testament remain unfulfilled? Jews believe that the Messiah must: –Rebuild the Temple in Jerusalem –Gather all Jews back to Israel –Bring in a time of world peace, and end all hatred, suffering and disease –Spread knowledge of the God of Israel, which will unite humanity as one Jews believe that Jesus did not fulfill any of these prophecies Christians believe that Jesus will fulfill these prophecies in the Second Coming

33 The Destruction of Solomon’s Temple

34 The Destruction of the Second Temple

35 The Wailing Wall: What Remains of the Second Temple Jews pray for the Messiah to come and rebuild the Temple Why do Jews stuff prayers into the Wailing Wall?

36 Homework Create a colorful two-frame comic strip Top frame: Conflict between a Jew and a Christian –You must use and highlight the words Jesus Christ and Messiah Bottom frame: Resolution between a Jew and a Christian –You can choose one of these resolutions: Resolution NOW: What do these two groups have in common? (pg. 2) Possible resolution in the FUTURE: What would need to happen in order for these two groups to agree on the Messiah? (pg. 9)


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