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Roots of Judaism

Chap 2 section 5

Monotheistic The Belief that there is only one god.
Torah The most sacred text in Judaism.
Abraham The Father of the Israelite people.
Covenant A Promise of Agreement.
David The powerful second king of Israel, who united all clans into a single nation.
Moses An Israelite who in the book of Exodus led enslaved Israelites who Covenant obedience for God, to Canaan.
Solomon The son of King David,who undertook the task of turning Jerusalem into an impressive capital.
Patriarchal Men held the greatest legal and moral authority.
Sabbath A holy day of rest and worship.
Prophets A spiritual leader who interprets God's Will.
Diaspora The migration of the Jewish people outside their historic homeland.
Ethics Moral standards of behavior.
Created by: W.Ainsworth