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Beliefs of Judaism. Objectives. Beliefs of Judaism. Learn about the basic beliefs of Judaism. Explore the effect that Judaism has had on other religions. Key Terms. Beliefs of Judaism. Covenant - a promise made by God

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Objectives

Beliefs of Judaism

Learn about the basic beliefs of Judaism.

Explore the effect that Judaism has had on other religions

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Key Terms

Beliefs of Judaism

Covenant- a promise made by God

Moses- an Israelite leader whom the Torah credits with leading the Israelites from Egypt to Canaan

prophet- a religious teacher who is regarded as someone who speaks for God or for a god

Diaspora- the scattering of people who have a common background or beliefs

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Beliefs of Judaism
  • Israelites closely connected religion and history
  • Israelites beliefs became a religion known today as Judaism
  • Judaism was monotheistic from the beginning
  • Different than the beliefs of nearby people.
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Most ancient gods were connected to certain places or people

  • Israelites believed that God is present everywhere
  • God to them knows everything and has complete power

A promise to the Israelites

Beliefs of Judaism

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Beliefs of Judaism

A promise to the Israelites

  • The Torah God promised Abraham his people would become kings and build nations.
  • Because of this the Israelites thought themselves to be gods chosen people
  • This promise was later renewed by Moses. He told them God would lead them to Canaan if they obeyed God faithfully
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Beliefs of Judaism

Ten Commandments

  • At the heart of Judaism are the 10 Commandments
  • Israelites believed the 10 Commandments came through Moses
  • Commandments were like religious duties toward God
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Beliefs of Judaism
  • They were rules to correct behavior
  • With the Commandments the Torah also set out many other laws

Ten Commandments

judaism and woman
Judaism and Woman
  • Some laws protected woman
  • As many other religions, women were considered to be of lower social status
  • Only a husband could seek divorce
justice and morality
Justice and Morality
  • The history of the Israelites tells of prophets
  • Prophets told them how God wanted them to live
  • They warned them not to disobey god’s law
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Effects of Judaism
  • Exile from Judah in 587 B.C.
  • Romans drove the Jews out of their homeland in 135 A.D
  • After that, Jewish people scattered to different parts of the world
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Effects of Judaism

New Settlements

  • Wherever Jewish people settled they kept their heritage alive!
  • They also continued to obey their religious laws, worship at temples, and follow their traditions.
major achievements events of the israelites
Major Achievements /Eventsof the Israelites:
  • Practice a different religion then other cultures in the fertile crescent. The believed in only one god.
  • Built Cities such as Jerusalem.
question 1
Question 1:

_______________ is a promise

made by God?

question 2
Question 2:

An Israelite leader whom the Torah

credits with leading the Israelites

from Egypt to Canaan?

question 3
Question 3:

A religious teacher who is regarded

as someone who speaks for God or

for a god?

question 4
Question 4:

The scattering of people who have

a common background or beliefs.

question 5
Question 5:

What religion did the Israelites

practice?

question 6
Question 6:

What laws did the Israelites obey?

question 7
Question 7:

How many gods did the Israelites

worship?

What is the a called?

question 8
Question 8:

What major city did the Israelites

build?

question 9
Question 9:

Where did Moses receive his

message about the way that the

Israelites were suppose to live?

question 10
Question 10:
  • What civilization conquered Israel?
question 11
Question 11:

The Israelite leader, who said “you must please follow me and give me your trust I won’t mislead you or leave you stranded

This trip is called the _________

question 12
Question 12:

What made the Israelites leave

Egypt?

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