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Canaan Ancient Home of the Hebrews/Jews
Background Settled between the Mediterranean Sea and the Jordan River Valley The Hebrew Bible refers to Canaan as the land God promised to the Israelites
Monotheism The belief in one god This was practiced by the Hebrewsthe first to be monotheistic
Origins of Judaism The monotheism of Abraham became the foundation of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam
Torah The first five books of the Hebrew BibleContains the written records and the beliefs of the Jews
Abraham The father of the Jewish people Lived in MesopotamiaMove his family to Canaan Around 1650 BC, his decedents moved to Egypt
Hebrew GOD One God No Physical Being First Covenant-Oral ContractAbraham to obey/God Protect
Moses In Egypt, the Hebrews were forced to be slavesBetween 1300 and 1200, the Hebrews fled Egypt This is known as the “Exodus”
Exodus Moses led the people out of Egypt according to the TorahHe did this because he was commanded by God
Ten Commandments New CovenantThis became the basis for the Hebrew law code With this code they believed that by following the commandments God would protect them
Arrival in Canaan Wandered desert for 40 years Settled in CanaanDivided into 12 tribes led by judges-self governing
Women Were not religious officials Expected to raise childrenDeborah (exception) A judge
Law Religious Code Ten CommandmentsRules that regulate social and religious behavior
Geography of Canaan Rocky, arid desert Central Feature- Jordan River
Kingdom of Israel From 1020 to 922 BC, the Hebrews united under three kings Golden Age of Israel
Saul Drove Philistines out of Canaan-reason chosen as leader
David United the Tribes Founded a DynastyEstablish Jerusalem as Capital Extremely popular leader
Solomon Son of David Most powerful Israelite King Established TradeRebuilt Jerusalem Built Great Temple
Kingdom Divides Harsh Conditions Heavy Taxes Forced LaborIsrael splits after Solomon’s death Israel North/Judah South
Kingdom taken Over In 738 BC the Israelites began to pay tribute to the Assyrians took over the northern Kingdom of Israel
Babylonians Took over Judah The Babylonians destroyed Solomon’s temple and exiled the surviving Hebrews to Babylon
Exile Banished or deported from a landThe Hebrews kept studying their Bible About 50 years later they were allowed to return to Jerusalem and rebuild the temple
Diaspora The scattering of Jewish CommunitiesAfter the exile, Hebrews spread across the land They spread the teachings of Judaism
The Ancient Hebrews and the Origins of Judaism
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 ……
Mediterranean Civilizations Coach Parrish OMS Chapter 2, Section 4.
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 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.
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.
Traders, Invaders and the Roots of Judaism
Chapter 3, Section 2 Early Israelites The Israelites (location) were also known as the Hebrews (culture/ethnicity), and are known today as Jews (religion).
Chapter 3: The Ancient Israelites
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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