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Social Studies

TermDefinition
10 Commandments
Abraham
Apostles
Disciples
Bible The holy book for christianity in which all of gods teachings and doings were recorded and shared
Christianity
Cultural Diffusion The spread of culture through different ways, shapes, and forms.
Decade
Diaspora
Hebrews/Isrealites
Jesus
Judaism
Missionary
Monotheism The act of believing in only one god.
Persecution
Religion
Torah The holy book for Judaism in which all of gods teachings and doings were recorded and shared.
Church/Cathedral
Covenant
Crucifixion
Gospels
Greatest Commandment
Holy Trinity
Jerusalem
Kosher
Messiah the promised deliverer of the Jewish nation prophesied in the Torah. It is also Jesus in the case of the Christian nation.
Moses
New Testament
Parables
Prophets
Rabbi
Resurrection
Sabbath
Synagogue
Yahwe
Agriculture
Anthropology
Civilization
Cultural Diffusion
Government
Human Development
Innovation
Invention
Religion An organized collection of beliefs, cultural systems, and world views that relate humanity to an order of existence.
Social Structure
Standard Of Living
System Of Writing
Technology
Archeology
Canals
Century
City-States
Cultural Hearth
Cuneiform
Egyptians
Hammurabi's Code A Babylonian legal code of the 18th century b.c. or earlier, instituted by Hammurabi and dealing with criminal and civil matters.
Heiroglyphics
Millennium
Nile River Valley
Prehistory
Primary Source
River Valley Civilization
Secondary Source
Sumerians
Theocracy
Tigris-Euphrates River Valley
Trade/Commerce
Muhammad The originator of Islam
Islam The religion of the Muslims, a monotheistic faith regarded as revealed through Muhammad as the Prophet of Allah.
Prophet A person sent by god to spread the word of his doings and his existence.
Muslims People of the Islamic faith
Qur'an The holy book of the muslims
Makkah The birthplace of Muhammad
Ka'ba A temple that was built by Abraham for the worship of god, people misused the temple and some used it to worship many gods.
Trade routes A route which traders take to do their business.
Khadijah First she was Muhammad's employer and then she became his wife and she gave birth to many children but only one would continue their bloodline
Polytheism The belief on multiple gods
Night journey A story in which Muhammad flew on a winged horse to Jerusalem where he met all of the earlier prophets.
People of the book People of all Abrahamic faiths
Sunnah The example that Muhammad set for Muslims about how to live
Five pillars of faith Shahadah: Faith Salat: Prayer Zakat: Charity Siyam: Fasting Hajj: making a pilgrimage to Makkah
Jihad Represents Muslims' struggle with internal and external challenges as they strive to please god.
Shariah The body of Islamic law based on the Qur'an and the Sunnah
Caliph
Zakat
Ramadan
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