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Chapter 7 Lesson 1 Defeat and New Beginnings. The Babylonian Captivity. 597 BC Judah conquered by Babylonians Chose Judah king to rule because they thought he was loyal to Babylonia He wasn’t and Judah rebelled. 586 BC Babylonians, in revenge for 1 st rebellion, destroyed Jerusalem

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Chapter 7

Lesson 1

Defeat and New Beginnings

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The

Babylonian

Captivity

597 BC

Judah conquered by Babylonians

Chose Judah king to rule because they thought he was loyal to Babylonia

He wasn’t and Judah rebelled

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586 BC

Babylonians, in revenge for 1st rebellion, destroyed Jerusalem

Burned down the Temple

Every citizen of Judah was exiled to Babylon

The Babylonian Captivity part 2

(AKA Babylonian Exile)

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exiled

forced to

leave homeland

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Prophets

people believed to

receive messages from God

they passed God's message to the exiles

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Jeremiah

said that God

could be worshipped everywhere

and one day would return to Judah

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synagogue

assembly

Jewish community center during exile

(no Temple)

today - places of worship

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Rabbis

teachers in exile (priests at the Temple)

taught history and laws of Judaism

kept faith and culture alive in exile

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Persian Empire

conquered Babylonia

King Cyrus let the Jewish people go back to Judah and rebuild the Temple

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The Jewish Diaspora

"scattering of Jews outside their homeland"

not all Jews moved back to Judah

settled all over the world because of exile

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Diaspora

can occur by choice or force

example - African slavery

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Ezra

led Jews back to Jerusalem

inspired Jews by reading Torah for 7 days straight

recorded the Torah on a scroll, one of the first written documents of Judaism

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canonized

"made an official part of"

Torah was canonized and made the law part of Judaism

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theocracy

"state ruled by religious law"

Judah was a theocracy

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Alexander the Great

Conquered Judah (Judea)

132 years later all Judeans forced to worship Greek gods

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Judah

Maccabee

led a revolt against Greek ruler

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Roman Empire

conquered Judea in 63 BC

later destroyed Jerusalem and the Temple

Jews did not rule Judea for 1,800 years

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Rabbi Yohannen

Ben Zakkai

founded Jewish school in Yavneh

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Influence of Judaism

Christianity

Islam

all worship one God who gives them moral laws