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  • Abraham
  • Hi I'm Abraham!
  • Hi I'm Isaac!
  • Hi I'm Sarah!
  • Moses
  • Hello I am Moses. God has talked to me and sent me here to bring his message and free his people!
  • Naomi
  • Oh no!
  • Abraham lived for 175 years from 2165BC- 1990BC. His name was first Abram but changed to Abraham by God. He had a wife named Sarah who lived until she was 127 and died in 2028 BC. Abraham and Sarah had a their son when Sarah was 90 and Abraham was 100 and named him Issac which stands for laughter in the Hebrew language. Abraham is important because he was the father of Hebrews and he was the first Jew to have made a covenant with God. Sources: http://bibleview.org/en/bible/hebrews/abraham/
  • Ruth
  • Thanks to Naomi I got a husband!
  • Moses was born in 1391 BC during the time that all baby boys were getting killed. So His mother, Jochebed, put him in a basket and set him in a river. A Pharaoh's daughter picked him up and took him in as her son. He lived in a Egyptian family and never forgot he was a Hebrew. He went to Midian, became a sheperd, married, and had a child. While he was leading his flock to mount Horeb he saw a burning bush where god spoke him telling him to free the people in Egypt from slavery so he did. He also recieved the ten commandments from God on top of mount Sinai and became a Hebrew religious leader. Those last three are why he is important. Sources: http://www.thefamouspeople.com/profiles/moses-103.php
  • David
  • I am the second king of Israel!
  • Naomi was married to Elimelech and they moved from Judea to Moab because of a famine. They had two sons who later married their wives. Her husband and sons die and she returns to Bethlehem with one daughter-in-law, Ruth. Once they get to Bethlehem Naomi worked at getting Ruth married. Ruth marries Boaz and they have a son who Naomi cares for. Naomi's story in the Book of Ruth is important for the development of the Jewish religion because it is the story of a family who is falling away from the one true God who shows mercy and grace and brings them back from oblivion and condemnation to the honor of being a direct ancestor of Jesus. Sources: http://www.bible.ca/archeology/bible-archeology-timeline-date-chronology-of-ruth-1300bc.htm https://www.biblegateway.com/resources/all-women-bible/Naomi
  • Yohanan ben Zaccai
  • There is only one all powerful God!
  • Ruth was the wife of Naomi's son and daugher-in-law of Naomi. After her husband, brother-in-law, and father-in-law died she went to Bethlehem with Naomi. She loved Naomi very much and was very loyal to her. She wanted to stay with her and not her family after her husband died. In Bethlehem, Ruth married Boaz and had a son. This son would become a grandfather to King David who would eventually bring about the birth of Jesus. Ruth was important to development of the Jewish religion because her son became the direct lineage to Jesus Christ. Sources: https://www.biblegateway.com/resources/all-women-bible/Ruth
  • When David was a little kid he defeated a giant named Goliath. He showed great faith in God and knew God would save him from the hands of the Philistine. David is a Jewish leader who knows where the source of his strength comes from, God. Soon after that God was taking care of him and made him the second king of Israel. That is why he is important to the development of the Jewish religion. Sources: http://www.simpletoremember.com/articles/a/david_the_king/
  • Yohanan ben Zaccai was born around 15 B.C. He lived around 120 years. He was a Jewish teacher that was a member of the Great Sanhedrin in Jerusalem. He was the youngest of the disciples and he often debated with those around him on issues of Jewish law. He was determined that Judaism should not perish even if the Jewish state and Temple were destroyed. He later established an academy that had great influence in Jewish history. This is why he was important in the development of the Jewish religion. Sources: http://www.encyclopedia.com/people/philosophy-and-religion/judaism-biographies/johanan-ben-zakkai
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