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Judaism

TermDefinition
Judausm the religion of the Hebrews
Abraham the biblical father of the Hebrew people
Moses Hebrew prophet who led the Jews from slavery in Egypt
Exodus the journey of the Hebrews led by Moses (from Egypt to Canaan after they were freed from slavery
Ten Commandments moral code of laws that God handed down to Moses
David Israel's first king
Solomon David's son; became king of the Israelites
Diaspora the scattering of the Jews outside of Israel
monotheism belief in only one god
Torah the sacred text of Judaism
synagogue Jewish house of worship
prophets these people receive messages from God to teach others
Dead Sea Scrolls writing by Jews who lived about 2,000 years ago but were only found in 1947
rabbis teachers who guide Jews in their religious lives
Passover a time for Jews to remember their freedom from slavery
High Holy Days the 2 most sacred Jewish holidays (Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur)
Talmud a set of lessons for everyday life in Judaism
Zealots Jew who rebelled against the Romans
Created by: TMoar