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Chapter 3 Section 4 Notes
I. The Search for A Promised Land
Land of Canna
A. Hebrews lived in the land of Cannan also called Palestine
B. First five books of the Old Testament were called the Torah, the holy book of the Hebrews
C. Abraham was the father of the Hebrew and lived in the Mesopotamian city Ur around 2000 B.C.
D. Around 1650 B.C. his descendents decided to move to Egypt where they became slaves
E. Hebrews had one God named Yahweh, monotheism
F. Covenant was where Abraham promised to obey God and God promised to protect Abraham and his descendants
G. Ark of the Covenant
Ark of Covenant
1. Where Yahweh lived
2. Ten Commandments
3. Moses staff
Moses by Michelangelo
H. Hebrews became enslaved in Egypt
1. Forced to do hard work
3. Moses leads them out called the Exodus
5. Mt. Sinai he receives the Ten Commandments from God
I. Judges would govern in times of emergency
1. One women judge named Deborah
J. Religion teachers called prophets interpreted the Torah
II. The Kingdom of Israel
A. The Hebrews were threatened by the Philistines
David and Goliath
B. One of the large tribes was from Judah thus the Hebrews became known as Jews or Judaism
C. Three strong kings of Israel
1. Saul chosen because he drove out the Philistines
2. David establishes Jerusalem as the capitol of the Hebrews
Kingdom of David And Solomon
a. Built trading empire
b. Built a large temple
1. Which held the Ark of the Covenant
D. Discontent divides the kingdom with Israel in the north and Judah in the south
III. The Babylonian Captivity
A. In 738 B.C. both Israel and Judah began paying a tribute to the Assyrians
B. In 722 B.C. all of Israel and Judah fell to the Assyrians
C. Babylonians conquered Syria and Palestine by 586 B.C.
1. Babylonian Captivity
2. Time of Nebuchadnezzar
D. Persian king Cyrus the Great conquered the Babylonians and eased control over the Hebrews
Chapter 3 Test on Tuesday
Really Big Flash Card Abraham. Really Big Answer He and his followers left Ur and traveled to Canaan at the request of Yahweh.
Origins of Judaism I am…..
The Origins Of Judaism Chapter 2 Section 6.
Roots of Judaism Chapter 2 section 5.
Chapter 2 Section 5 Roots of Judaism
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.
Ancient Israel Review. The people who became Jews first lived in ……
Bellringer Add monotheism, Exodus, and Ten Commandments to your Glossary (Objective 25)
Ancient Egypt & Judaism
Section 4: The Origins of Judaism
Do Now How could a group of people be politically unimportant but culturally important?
Chapter 3 sec. 4 Origins of Judaism.
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!!!!!.
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.
The Hebrews and Judaism
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