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Monotheism Terms

Vocabulary for the Three Major Monotheistic Religions

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The title of the religious leader in Judaism Rabbi
Founder of Judaism Abraham
Major historical figure in Judaism. He led the Hebrews out of slavery in Egypt. Moses
Place of worship in Judaism Synagogue or temple
Most important holy text in Judaism Torah
Commentaries on the Torah and Tanach Talmud
One of the High Holy Days of Judaism. It celebrates the begining of the Jewish year. Rosh Hashanah
One of the High Holy Days of Judaism. It is the "Day of Atonement". Jewish people fast all day on this holiday. Yom Kippur
Jewish people believe G-d told Abraham to leave Mesopotamia and travel west to this place. Canaan
Generally viewed as the most important part of the law in the Torah The Ten Commandments
Oldest of the three major monotheistic religions Judaism
Founder of Christianity Jesus
Roman Emperor who converted to Christianity and made the religion legal in the Empire Constantine
Early Christian missionary who spread the teachings of Jesus throughout the Roman Empire Paul
Title of the religious leader in Christianity Priest, Pastor, Minister (also Bishop, Cardinal, Pope, Pontiff, Patriarch)
Major holiday of Christianity. This holiday celebrates the birth of Jesus. Christmas
Major holiday of Christianity. This holiday celebrates the resurrection of Jesus. Easter
Place of worship in Christianity Church
Holy text of Christianity The Bible (Old and New Testaments)
Another name for the Hebrew Bible Tanach
Name for Jesus' early followers Disciples
Middle of the Three Monotheistic religions in age Christianity
Christian belief the Jesus was raised from the dead Resurrection
Founder of Islam Muhammad
The holy text of Islam Koran or Qur'an
The Five Pillars of Faith (Islam) Statement of faith, prayer 5 times a day, giving to the poor, fasting during Ramadan, Pilgrimage to Mecca (Hajj)
Pilgrimage to Mecca that all Muslims must make if they can at least once in their lives Hajj
Birthplace of Muhammad, it is the most important holy city in Islam Mecca
The region of Southwest Asia where Islam was founded The Arabian Peninsula
The two main branches of Islam Sunni and Shia
The holy month in Islam. During this month Muslims fast during the daytime. Ramadan
Title of the religious leader in Islam Imam
Youngest of the three monotheistic religions in age Islam
The Muslim word for God. It literally translates into English as "the God." Allah
Place of worship for Muslims Mosque
One of the holy cities of Islam. It's name means "the prophet's city." Medina
The scattering of Jewish people outside of Israel and Judah. Diaspora
Created by: Shaver on 2012-08-25



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