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6 Hist Ch 4 BJU

TermDefinition
40 number of years the Israelites wandered the desert because they did not trust God to get them to the Promised Land
586 BC Babylonian captivity of Judah
1146 BC when the Exodus occurred
Abraham God promised this man that the Jews would be a blessing to all nations by preaching the gospel to people all over the world
AD 70 destruction of Jerusalem by the Romans
Caesarea Maritima Destroyed because of its unstable foundation
David man chosen by God to be new king when Saul disobeyed Him
Davidic Covenant between God and Israel's second king that promised his family would always rule Israel
Diaspora The scattering of Jews outside of Israel
Gentiles Non-Jewish people
Hanukkah an eight-day Jewish holiday commemorating the cleansing and rededication of the Temple of Jerusalem in 165 BC
Israel nation of 12 tribes and special name God gave Jacob
Judas Maccabeus this Jewish leader and his army who cleansed and rededicated the temple 2,300 days after the first pagan sacrfice
Messiah The Christ Who was anointed to save His people
Moses man called by God to help the Israelites crying out in Egypt
New Covenant in which God promised Israel & Judah that He would restore the Israelites from exile, that those who are part of this covenant would receive the Holy Spirit, & that He would forgive His people of all their sins
Pharisees the Jews who opposed the current leaders .
rabbi Jewish religious leader
Rabbinic Judaism form of Juasism that focuses on obedience to the law and Jewish tradition
Samaritans the descendants of Israelites in the Northern Kingdom who intermarried with people from the conquered nations
Septuagint Greek translation of the Old Testament
Talmud the Mishnah and the Gemara, which are the collection of Jewish law and tradition
the Lord's Supper Christian observation to remember that Jesus shed His blood on the cross
worship The purpose of the tabernacle, the temple, and the synagogue
Yahweh Hebrew name for God
Zealot Jews group that commited mass suicide when the Romans were ready to break through Masada
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