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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.
Abraham Chosen by God to be the father of the Hebrew people. God commanded Abraham to leave Ur and travel to Canaan.
Abraham Abraham and his people believed Canaan to be the promised land which would belong to their descendents.
Monotheism Belief in ONE all powerful God. Unlike most other cultures, the Hebrews were monotheistic.
Judaism The Jewish faith Name comes from the tribe of Judah, one of the 12 tribes of Israel.
Israelites New name taken by the Hebrews in Canaan after Abraham’s grandson Jacob otherwise known as Israel.
Exile to Egypt The Israelites fled to Egypt because of a terrible famine in Canaan.
Enslaved in Egypt The Israelites were enslaved by the Pharaoh and forced to work on building projects.
Moses He takes charge of the Israelites and leads them out of Egypt.
Exodus The migration of Israelites out of Egypt led by Moses. They wandered the Sinai Desert for 40 years.
The Ten Commandments Law given to Moses by God on Mount Sinai and became basis of law for Israelites.
Return to Canaan Canaan had been taken over by various groups. Israelites organized 12 tribes and formed an army to retake Canaan.
Return to Canaan The first city to fall was Jericho. It took 200 years for the Israelites to reclaim all of Canaan.
HISTORY OF JUDAISM(Review from Yesterday) Abraham is the father of the Hebrews About 1800 B.C. he lived in a city called Ur in Mesopotamia It is believed.
The Ancient Hebrews and the Origins of Judaism
Who Were the Israelites? About 1200 BC empires around the Mediterranean Sea fell (collapsed) New people entered the region Around 1000 BC people.
Beginnings of the Hebrew People
Beginnings of the Hebrew People. Take out your Lesson 6.1 Outline and your vocabulary sheet.
Ancient Egypt & Judaism
Take out your Lesson 6.1 Questions and the Homework and Practice Book.
Section 4: The Origins of Judaism
Do Now How could a group of people be politically unimportant but culturally important?
The Ancient Hebrews and Judaism
World History I Heritage High School Mr. Irwin. Belief Systems – The Hebrews believed in one God and tried to follow his commandments. Geography – Enslaved.
Unit 1 Introduction to World Civilizations and New Ideas
Origins of Judaism. Judaism Religion developed 3,000 years ago in the Fertile Crescent Monotheistic (belief in one God) Shaped other religions like Christianity.
The Ancient Hebrews and the Origins of Judaism. Torah Contains the stories of the Ancient Hebrews and how they created Judaism Contains the stories of.
Chapter 3, Section 2 Early Israelites The Israelites (location) were also known as the Hebrews (culture/ethnicity), and are known today as Jews (religion).
Bellringer Glue in pages TURN IN ESSAYS!!!!!.
Judaism. An Ancient Religion Over 4000 years old Founded by Abraham, who once lived in Mesopotamia Jewish religion is closely tied to Christianity and.
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