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  • Judaism: Origins & Significance Standard 6.3.1 Judaism: Origins & Significance Standard 6.3.1 Judaism: Origins & Significance Standard 6.3.1 Judaism: Origins & Significance Standard 6.3.1 Teachings & Beliefs Standard 6.3.2 Teachings & Beliefs Standard 6.3.2 Teachings & Beliefs Standard 6.3.2 Teachings & Beliefs Standard 6.3.2 Teachings & Beliefs Standard 6.3.2 People in the Development of Judaism Standard 6.3.3 People in the Development of Judaism Standard 6.3.3 People in the Development of Judaism Standard 6.3.3 People in the Development of Judaism Standard 6.3.3 People in the Development of Judaism Standard 6.3.3 Exodus from Egypt Standard 6.3.4 Exodus from Egypt Standard 6.3.4 Exodus from Egypt Standard 6.3.4 Exodus from Egypt Standard 6.3.4 Exodus from Egypt Standard 6.3.4 Struggle to Preserve Judaism Standard 6.3.5 Struggle to Preserve Judaism Standard 6.3.5 Struggle to Preserve Judaism Standard 6.3.5 Struggle to Preserve Judaism Standard 6.3.5 Struggle to Preserve Judaism Standard 6.3.5 Judaism: Origins & Significance Standard 6.3.1 People to MeetTerms to Know
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  • How was the religion of the Israelites different from other religions of the time?
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  • It focused on only ONE God
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  • To whom God gave the 10 commandments
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  • Moses
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  • Reason Israelites left Canaan for Egypt
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  • Terrible drought
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  • Israelites believed they were descendents of whom?
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  • Abraham
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  • What is the Exodus?
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  • The Israelites escape from Egypt
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  • What does Hanukkah celebrate?
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  • The cleansing of the Jewish temple
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  • Islam and Christianity adopted what ideas from Judaism?
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  • That good will triumph over evil and a belief in a just society
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  • How did Jewish ideas spread throughout the Mediterranean world?
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  • By translating the Hebrew Bible into Greek, allowed not just Jews to read the sacred text.
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  • Who founded a school that became the center for Torah studies?
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  • Yohanan ben Zaccai
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  • In the Torah, what did God promise the Israelites if they followed the laws?
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  • To return them to their homeland
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  • Considered the father of the Jews because he received Gods original promise to them
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  • Abraham
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  • In the battle against the_____, David killed a giant named_____.
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  • Philistines; Goliath
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  • Jewish girls learned about the importance of love and devotion from the relationship between who?
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  • Naomi and Ruth
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  • Around 100 B.C., the strongest people living in Canaan were?
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  • Philistines
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  • Person who the ancient Israelites believed were instructed by God
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  • prophet
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  • Who led the Israelites out of Egypt?
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  • Moses
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  • Who led the Israelites back into Canaan; and what city did they conquer under his rule?
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  • Joshua; Jericho
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  • How long did it take the Israelites to get from Egypt to Canaan?
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  • About 40 years
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  • Where did the Persians take captive the Hebrews?
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  • Babylon (Mesopotamia)
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  • Who released the Jews from captivity in Babylon?
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  • The Persian King Cyrus
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  • What rule did the Yavneh rabbis decide to change about the Torah?
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  • Any adult male may now read from the sacred text. As a result, Jews no longer needed to be a trained leader to learn about the Jewish history and law.
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  • Where were the Jews told to build synagogues?
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  • Wherever there were 10 adult Jewish males
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  • Rabbis from all over the world came to Yavneh to study. What did they do when they returned to their communities?
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  • They shared with their communities what they had learned
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  • In 1948 AD a new Jewish state was created in part of the lands once ruled by David and Solomon. What is the name of this country? Who settled there?
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  • Israel; Jews from many countries
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  • Who fought the Romans for freedom and drove them out of Jerusalem?
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  • The Greeks
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  • Father of the Israelites Name given to the Hebrews by their Babylonian captors Strongest people living in Canaan; enemies of the Israelites Priests & scribes concerned with the law in the temple Jewish rabbi who founded a school in Northern Palestine Led the Israelites out of slavery In Egypt Priest who led the rebellion against Antiochus; new ruler of Judah Persian King who released the Jews from Captivity in Babylon Chaldean King who defeated Judah and captured Israel Israels first King Roman emperor who allowed ben Zakkai to begin Jewish school in Yavneh Israelite judge who defeated King Jabin and his army Shepherd chosen by God to replace Saul as King Mother of Boaz; Showed Jewish girls importance of family love Wife of Boaz; Showed Jewish girls importance of family love Roman king who ruled over Judea; ordered rebuilding of Jerusalem temple Grandson of Abraham & Father of the 12 tribes of Israel Jewish leader who lead the Hebrews back to Canaan after Moses died A group of Canaanites who lived in the cities along the Mediterranean Sea Jews who wanted to fight the Romans for their freedom People to Meet Go to Review PageGo to Terms to Know
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  • Abraham RETURN TO People to Meet RETURN TO TEST REVIEW GO TO Terms to Know
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  • Moses RETURN TO People to Meet RETURN TO TEST REVIEW GO TO Terms to Know
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  • Vespasian RETURN TO People to Meet RETURN TO TEST REVIEW GO TO Terms to Know
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  • Herod RETURN TO People to Meet RETURN TO TEST REVIEW GO TO Terms to Know
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  • Judeans (Jews) RETURN TO People to Meet RETURN TO TEST REVIEW GO TO Terms to Know
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  • Judas Maccabeus RETURN TO People to Meet RETURN TO TEST REVIEW GO TO Terms to Know
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  • Deborah RETURN TO People to Meet RETURN TO TEST REVIEW GO TO Terms to Know
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  • Jacob RETURN TO People to Meet RETURN TO TEST REVIEW GO TO Terms to Know
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  • Philistines RETURN TO People to Meet RETURN TO TEST REVIEW GO TO Terms to Know
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  • Cyrus RETURN TO People to Meet RETURN TO TEST REVIEW GO TO Terms to Know
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  • David RETURN TO People to Meet RETURN TO TEST REVIEW GO TO Terms to Know
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  • Joshua RETURN TO People to Meet RETURN TO TEST REVIEW GO TO Terms to Know
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  • Sadducees RETURN TO People to Meet RETURN TO TEST REVIEW GO TO Terms to Know
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  • Nebuchadnezzar RETURN TO People to Meet RETURN TO TEST REVIEW GO TO Terms to Know
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  • Naomi RETURN TO People to Meet RETURN TO TEST REVIEW GO TO Terms to Know
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  • Phoenicians RETURN TO People to Meet RETURN TO TEST REVIEW GO TO Terms to Know
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  • Yohanan ben Zakkai RETURN TO People to Meet RETURN TO TEST REVIEW GO TO Terms to Know
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  • Saul RETURN TO People to Meet RETURN TO TEST REVIEW GO TO Terms to Know
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  • Ruth RETURN TO People to Meet RETURN TO TEST REVIEW GO TO Terms to Know
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  • Zealots RETURN TO People to Meet RETURN TO TEST REVIEW GO TO Terms to Know
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  • monotheismempire messiahplaque executed tribe tributesabbathexodusgentile TorahproverbexilePassoversynagogue covenant scribeprophetdiaspora Rabbi Terms to Know Go to Review PageGo to People to Meet
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  • Belief in ONE God RETURN TO People to Meet RETURN TO TEST REVIEW GO TO Terms to Know
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  • A unit of society made up of family groups RETURN TO People to Meet RETURN TO TEST REVIEW GO TO Terms to Know
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  • Jewish religious law, consisting of the first 5 books of th

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