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monotheism a belief that there is only one god
Judaism the monotheistic religion for Jewish people
Exodus the departure of the Israelites from Egypt
Covenant a binding agreement made by two or more people or groups, an agreement between a group of people and their god
Whom did the people worship in the religion of the Mesopotamians More than 3,000 gods
Whom did the people worship in the religion of the Egyptians nature gods, the sun and spirits, and their own gods
Whom did the people worship in the religion of the Israelites ONE all-powerful (omnipotent), all-knowing (omniscient), God who was everywhere
How did the Israelites come to live in Canaan God told Abraham to move from Ur in Mesopotamia to Canaan 1900 B.C.
How did the Israelites come to live in Egypt After several famines, some Hebrew migrated to Egypt where about 1700 B.C. they became slaves to Egyptians (430 years of slavery)
How did the Israelites come to live in the Wilderness Moses led the Israelite back toward their homeland The journey in wilderness lasted 40 years (Mt. Sinai and 10 commandments)
Covenant Israelites made with god God promised to love and protect the Israelites. In return, the Israelites agreed to love God and obey his laws.
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