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Chapter 6

Judaism

TermDefinition
tribe a group made up of families or clans
proverb a wise saying
synagogue a Jewish house of worship
Exodus the departure of the Israelites from slavery in Egypt
covenant an agreement with God
Sabbath a weekly day of worship and rest
prophet a messenger sent by God to share God's word with people
psalm a sacred song or poem used in worship
scroll a long document made from pieces of parchment sewn together
monotheism belief in one God
Torah a set of laws that Moses supposed received from God that later became the first part of the Hebrew Bible
Exile forced absence from one's homeland
commandment a rule that God wanted Israelites to follow
kosher food prepared according to Jewish dietary law
rabbi an official leader of a Jewish congregation
diaspora the group of Jews living outside of the Jewish homeland
alphabet a set of letters or other characters used to write a language