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Israelites

Chapter 3 Israelites

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Rabbis combined the teachings of the Torah into this book. Talmud
belief in one god monotheism
Taken from the Torah, they formed the basic moral laws of many nations Ten Commandments
David's son who became king. He built the stone temple in Jerusalem Solomon
December holiday to celebrate the Maccabee's victory and reclaiming the temple in Jerusalem Hanukkah
Chaldean king who captured Jerusalem and exiled 10,000 Jews Nebuchadnezzar
weekly day of worship and rest for the Jews Sabbath
the Promised Land of the Israelites; present day Lebanon, Israel, and Jordan Canaan
Young warrior-shepherd anointed king by Samuel; defeated Goliath with a slingshot. Once in power he drove the Philistines out of Israel. David
Moses received these and other laws from God on Mt. Sinai, they became the first five books of the Hebrew Bible and the moral laws of many nations. Torah
Period of time when Jews were sent to Babylon by Nebuchadnezzar Babylonian Captivity
Descendants of Abraham who left Mesopotamia and settled into Canaan Israelites
refers to the scattering of the Jews after the Babylonian Captivity Diaspora
period of forced absence from one`s country exile
period of dry weather drought
person who claims to be instructed by God to share God's message prophet
Jewish leader and teacher of the Torah Rabbi
The name given to Judah by Romans;refers to the Philistines Palestine
Her courage and devotion to her family provided an example for girls to follow Ruth
Abraham's grandson, raised 12 sons who led the 12 tribes of Israel Jacob
Warrior-farmer who was anointed the first King of the Israelites Saul
Israelite faith Judaism
Found in a basket on the Nile; later led the Exodus out of Egypt Moses
wise sayings that often teach a lesson proverb
Jewish house of worship Synagogue
Food that is prepared according to Jewish dietary laws kosher
idea that the law should apply equally Rule of Law
Group of Jews that revolted against the Roman and drove them out of Jerusalem Zealots
A deliverer sent by God Messiah
an agreement covenant
Jewish holiday used to reflect on the sins of the past year and to make amends Yom Kippur
Israelite escape from Egypt Exodus
Canaan; the place God agreed to return the Israelites to Promised Land
the 5 books of the Torah and 34 other books Hebrew Bible
patriarch of the Israelites Abraham
Created by: Arsenault209