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Hebrew Kingdoms

Vocab Quiz Chapter 3

Abraham Shepherd who became the father of the Hebrew people.
Judaism Religion of the Hebrews.
Monotheism Belief in one all powerful God.
Moses according to the Bible, the prophet who led the Israelites from Egypt.
Exodus migration of the Israelites from Egypt.
Ten Commandments basis of the law of the Israelite, given, according to the Torah, by God to Moses.
David King of the Israelites who won control of Jerusalem around 1000 B.C.
Solomon David’s son who became the third King of Israel about 962 B.C.
Babylonian Captivity 50 year period in which the Israelites were exiled from Judah and held in Babylon.
Messiah Hebrew word that means “anointed one” charged with some task or leadership.
Prophets Spiritual leaders who were thought to have special abilities to interpret God’s word.
Zealots Group of Jews who led a rebellion against Roman authority.
Masada Jewish fortress overlooking the Dead Sea in Israel.
Diaspora The movement of the Jews to other parts of the world.
Rabbis Jewish leaders and teachers.
Synagogues Places for Jewish prayer and worship.
Covenant An agreement in the Bible between God and his people in which God makes specific promises and demands.
Torah In Judaism, the divine revelations to Israel; specifically, the first five books of the Bible: Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy.
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