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Christianity&Judisim

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crucifixion A method of execution where a person is hung from a cross. Christians believe that Jesus' crucifixion forgives them of their sins.
monotheism A religion that believes in one god.
Hebrews An ancient name of the Jewish people.
Jerusalem A holy city in the religions of Judaism and Christianity.
Christianity A religion founded on the belief that Jesus is the messiah, and based on his teachings.
covenant a promise or contract
persecution Suffering of those who differ because of their beliefs.
Bible The Christian sacred text that contains their beliefs.
synagogue A Jewish place of worship.
Apostles/Disciples he original twelve followers of Jesus.
Jesus A Jew born in Bethlehem believed by Christians to be the messiah.
kosher Jewish food rules.
Torah The five books given to Moses for the Jews, which is also the first five books of the Christian Bible.
Gospels a genre of Early Christian literature claiming to recount the life of Jesus, to preserve his teachings, or to reveal aspects of God's nature
Moses a prophet, according to the Hebrew Bible, he was a Egyptian prince who later became a religious leader whom wrote the Torah
New Testament The second major part of the Christian Bible
Ten Commandments the ten "rules" to Christianity and Judaism given to Moses by God
Abraham the first of the three biblical patriarchs. His story, plays a prominent role as an example of faith in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam
Yahweh the national god of the ancient kingdoms of Israel and Judah and mainly the hebrew god
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