God created the Jewish and Christian culture. Noah built the ark and was the only one who survived the flood, so he created the Israelites. The Hebrews had kinship with Arab tribes They use the language of Ancient Israel and the Old Testament. David the future king of Israel, saved their religion by defeating Goliath the Giant. (Similar Christian beliefs)
The souls of the righteous go to Gan Eden (The Garden of Eden) The wicked are not resurrected like the righteous. They are tortured by demons of their own creation. Hell is called Olam-Ba-Ha by the Jewish.
Believers that are free of suffering and sin go to heaven. Humans that sinned and did wrong in their lives go to hell. Faith in Jesus Christ is essential. The Book of Life tells all about Hades and Death bringing their dead to God, then being cast into the lake of fire.
Passover: lesson in importance of freedom Shavout: spring harvest Rosh Hananah: New Year Kol Nidre and Yom Kippur: Forgiving time Sukkot: fall harvest festival Chanukah: victory of human achievement Shabbat: day of rest Bar/Bat Mitzvah: change from child to teen
Advent: Approach of Christmas Christmas: Birth of Jesus Easter: Resurrection of Christ Lent: Preparation for Easter Palm Sunday: Sixth Sunday of Lent
The Jewish believe that Abraham started the customs of the Jewish. They have one god. The descendants of Abraham are the Israelites, which makes up the Jewish populace. They lived in Egypt where they were enslaved. God promised to protect them if they continued to worship him. (basic beliefs continued on next slide)
Moses the Hebrew persuaded the pharaoh and led them out of Egypt. God gave Moses the Ten Commandments, the laws that the Jews follow today.
God created the whole world. (see Jewish beliefs because of similar same beliefs.) Christ died for the peoples’ sins, that is why we live today.
The Hebrew Bible The Torah Scroll The Five Books of Moses