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bible 2000 final

the macbean revolt 164 bce
alexander the great conquers persians. jews come under greek rule 332bce
the building of the second temple is completed 515 bce
rome takes over jerusalem 63 bce
was the third son of david, king of israel with maachah, daughter of talmai, king of geshur absalom
fourth son of king david adonijah
was king of israel and the son and successor of omri/ wife is jzebel ahab
a hebrew minor prophet 760 bc amos
son of Nedebaios, a high priest who presided during the trial of Paul at Jerusalem and Caesarea? ananias
The Seleucid ruler. Forbid jewish religious practice and tried to impose greek worship antiochus
Greek for "revelation" referring to a genre of Jewish and Christain literature filled with symbolism and records of revelations about unseen realities and/or the future (SEI, CH: 1,3,4,5) apocalypse
Greek adjective meaning "hidden", no tincluded in the Hebrew canon or the Protestant canon but included in the Catholic and/or Orthodox canon, refers to certain early Christian writings not included in the NT apocrypha
a seaport on the Mediterranean coast ashdod
an ancient Mediterranean city, situated to the south of modern Tel Aviv, in Israel ashkelon
- is a Palestinian city in the Gaza Strip, with a population of about 450,000, making it the largest city in the Palestinian gaza
Persia conquers Babylon; Judeans return to their homeland under Persian rule (King Cyrus); Persian religious thought introduces Judaism to dualism, angelology 538 bce
an ancient city in Mesopotamia, the capital of Babylonia in the 2nd millennium bc. The city was on the banks of the Euphrates River babylon
Southern kingdom of Judah falls to Babylonians 587 bce
Northern kingdom of Israel falls to Assyrians. 722 bce
Division of the monarchy. 922 bce
Probably the most important geographical region of Palestine; located east of the Coastal Plains; contains important places such as Galilee, Nazareth, and Jerusalem. central highlands
A geographical region of Palestine; an ancient international highway that extended from Egypt through Palestine. coastal plain
The arrival of israelites in palestine toward the end of the thirteenth century B.C.E. conquest, peaceful infiltration, & revolt models
king of Persia 559–530 bc; cyrus
the capital of Syria since the country's independence in 1946 damascus
king of Judah and Israel c. 1000– c. 962 bc. In the biblical account, he killed the Philistine Goliath david
a biblical prophet and leader who inspired the Israelite army to defeat the Canaanites. The “Song of Deborah,” a song of victory attributed to her, is thought to be one of the oldest sections of the Bible. deborah
the supposed later author of Isaiah 40–55. deutero- isaiah
The Deuteronomist, or simply D, is one of the sources underlying the Hebrew bible Deuteronomistic history
9th century bc ), a Hebrew prophet in the time of Jezebel Elijah
served under Elijah and then took over as a prophet when Elijah was taken up into heaven. Elisah
According to the Bible, she was a Jewish queen of the Persian king Xerxes. esther
the writer of one of the four Gospels (Matthew, Mark, Luke, or John): evangelist
a Hebrew prophet of the 6th century bc who prophesied the forthcoming destruction of Jerusalem Ezekiel
a Hebrew minor prophet, probably of the 7th century bc . Habakkuk
also known as the Festival of Lights, is an eight-day Jewish holiday commemorating the rededication of the Holy Temple Hanukkah
was the son of Ahaz and the 14th king of Judah. Hezekiah
a Hebrew minor prophet of the 8th century bc . Hosea
a major Hebrew prophet of Judah in the 8th century bc, who taught the supremacy of the God of Israel and emphasized the moral demands on worshipers. Isaiah
was one of the four sons of King Saul, born c. 1047 BC. Ashbaal
was chosen as the second king over the Kingdom of Israel Ish-bosheth
the Hebrew nation or people. Israel
A book urging the believers toward a daily life shaped by faith in christ james
c. 635-597 BC, was a king of Judah. He was the second son of king Josiah by Zebidah Jehoiakim
842–815 bc ), king of Israel. He was famous for driving his chariot furiously (2 Kings 9). Jehu
c. 650– c. 585 bc ), a Hebrew prophet. He foresaw the fall of Assyria, Jeremiah
was the first king of the northern Israelite Jeroboam I
Reigned from 786-746 and died in 746, in israel Jeroboam II
the holy city of the Jews, sacred also to Christians and Muslims, that lies in the Judaean hills about 20 miles (32 km) from the Jordan River; Jerusalem
the son of Zeruiah, was the nephew of King David and the commander of his army, according to the Hebrew Bible. Joab
A geographical region of Palestine; a depression that runs 260 miles; Jordan River flows along the rift valley; Jordan rift
was a king of Judah (641–609 BC) who instituted major reforms. Josiah
was a king of Judah (641–609 BC) who instituted major reforms. Josiah
the southern part of ancient Palestine, occupied by the tribe of Judah. After the reign of Solomon ( c. 930 bc) it formed a separate kingdom from Israel. Later known as Judaea. Judah
is the third and final section of the Tanak Kethuvim
a Hebrew minor prophet. Micah
biblical figure, son of King David and Bathsheba...(prophet), biblical figure during the time of King David Nathan
king of Babylon 605–562 bc. He rebuilt the city with massive walls, a huge temple, and a ziggurat, and extended his rule over neighboring countries. Nebuchadnezzar
a Hebrew leader who supervised the rebuilding of the walls of Jerusalem ( c. 444) and introduced moral and religious reforms ( c. 432). Nehemiah
is the second of the three major sections in the Hebrew Bible, the Tanakh. It falls between the Torah (teachings) and Ketuvim (writings). Nevi’im
was a king of Israel, successful military campaigner and first in the line of Omride kings that included Ahab, Ahaziah and Joram. Omri
the Christian festival celebrating the descent of the Holy Spirit on the disciples of Jesus after his Ascension, held on the seventh Sunday after Easter. Pentecost
a former country in southwestern Asia, now called Iran. The ancient kingdom of ____ became the domain of the Achaemenid dynasty in the 6th century bc Persia
either of two books of the New Testament, epistles ascribed to St. Peter. Peter
the name of five kings of ancient Macedonia Philip
Jewish writings ascribed to various biblical patriarchs and prophets but composed within approximately 200 years of the birth of Jesus Christ. Pseudepigrapha
"a fictitious name, esp. one used by an author. " pseudonymity
a Macedonian Greek royal family which ruled the Ptolemaic Empire in Egypt during the Hellenistic period. Ptolemies
a lesser Jewish festival held in spring (on the 14th or 15th day of Adar) to commemorate the defeat of Haman's plot to massacre the Jews as recorded in the book of Esther. Purim
son of Solomon; king of ancient Israel c. 930– c. 915 bc. His reign witnessed the secession of the northern tribes and their establishment of a new kingdom under Jeroboam, leaving ______ as the first king of Judah (1 Kings 11–14). Rehoboam
believing that yahweh would never allow his chosen people to come to any harm royal theology
a Moabite woman, who married her deceased husband's kinsman Boaz and bore a son, Obed, who became grandfather to King David. Ruth
an ancient city in central Palestine, founded in the 9th century bc as the capital of the northern Hebrew kingdom of Israel. Samaria
a Hebrew prophet who rallied the Israelites after their defeat by the Philistines and became their ruler. Samuel
king of Assyria 721–705 bc. Probably a son of Tiglath-pileser III, he is noted for his conquest of cities in Syria and Palestine. Sargon II
the first king of Israel (11th century bc). Saul
"relating to or denoting a dynasty ruling over Syria and a great part of western Asia from 311 to 65 bc. Its capital was at Antioch. " Seleucids
king of Assyria 705–681; son of Sargon II. In 701, he put down a Jewish rebellion and laid siege to Jerusalem but spared it from destruction (according to 2 Kings 19:35). Sennacherib
a city in the Ephraim hill-country said to contain the Ark of the Covenant Shiloh
The name is significant to Christians: according to the Book of Acts in the New Testament, Saint Stephen was a deacon who was stoned to death and is regarded as the first Christian martyr. Stephen
is a Biblical holiday celebrated on the 15th day of the month of Tishrei (late September to late October). Sukkot
of or relating to the Synoptic Gospels. Matthew, Mark, Luke synoptic
Hebrew for "law" or (better) "traditions" the Jewish designation for the first five books of the Bible (Christian OT), Genesis-Deuteronomy; see also Pentateuch (SEI CH: 1,3) Torah
"former name (until 1949) of the region east of the Jordan River that now forms the main part of Jordan. " Transjordan
______ was the first to translate considerable parts of the Bible from the original languages (Greek and Hebrew) into English. Tyndale
The _____ is a late 4th-century Latin translation of the Bible Vulgate
_____instituted the first English translation of the complete Bible. Wycliffe
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