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  • 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. WHY DO RELIGIONS HAVE SYMBOLS? WHAT PURPOSE DO THEY SERVE? Star of David Israel’s flag Menorah Mezuzah Torah
  • 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. *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. Orthodox Jews in Buenos Aires, Argentina Reformed Jew at the wailing wall in Jerusalem