AIM: How were the Hebrew’s beliefs unique in the ancient
world?
DO NOW TRIVIA:
(1) I am the land promised to the Hebrew’s ...
WHY DO RELIGIONS HAVE SYMBOLS? WHAT
PURPOSE DO THEY SERVE?
Star of David

Israel’s flag

Menorah

Mezuzah

Torah
*NOTES*
JUDAISM- major world religion founded by the Hebrews in
1400 B.C. which became the first monotheistic belief
syste...
*NOTES*
Torah- holy book
Monotheism 1 God

Synagogue or
temple- house of
worship

Important days:
Hannukah,
Passover, Yom
...
Orthodox Jews in
Buenos Aires,
Argentina

Reformed Jew at
the wailing wall in
Jerusalem
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06 hebrews

  1. 1. AIM: How were the Hebrew’s beliefs unique in the ancient world? DO NOW TRIVIA: (1) I am the land promised to the Hebrew’s in the Old Canaan Testament ____________ (2) I am the title or name given to a messenger of God prophet ____________ monotheism (3) I am the belief in one god ____________ HW: Create a venn diagram comparing & contrasting Hammurabi’s Code to the Ten Commandments.
  2. 2. WHY DO RELIGIONS HAVE SYMBOLS? WHAT PURPOSE DO THEY SERVE? Star of David Israel’s flag Menorah Mezuzah Torah
  3. 3. *NOTES* JUDAISM- major world religion founded by the Hebrews in 1400 B.C. which became the first monotheistic belief system. (monotheism-ONE GOD) IMPORTANT FIGURES: 1. Abraham- first Hebrew to make a covenant with God; father of monotheism 2. Moses- messenger of God (prophet) who led the Hebrews out of slavery in Egypt and was given the Ten Commandments 3. King David & his son Solomon- created a Jewish empire and built the city of Jerusalem
  4. 4. *NOTES* Torah- holy book Monotheism 1 God Synagogue or temple- house of worship Important days: Hannukah, Passover, Yom Kippur, Rosh Hashanah JUDAISM Orthodox, Conservative or Reformed Ten Commandmentslaw code Sabbathholy day is Saturday Kosher food (no pork or shellfish)
  5. 5. Orthodox Jews in Buenos Aires, Argentina Reformed Jew at the wailing wall in Jerusalem

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