Abraham, the father of Hebrews, brought Hebrews to Palestine. Palestine became an important trading center and their promise land.
Abraham brought his family to the city while Yahweh watched over them, and he made a covenant.
The Hebrews migrated to Egypt because they were hungry and thirsty form the drought. In Egypt, they were turned into slaves. Moses led the Hebrews out of slavery and formed a new covenant called the 10 commandments.
Good vs. Evil
After Moses' death, the Hebrews returned to the promise land where Abraham had lived. They switched from a nomadic tribal society to settled herders. They divided themselves up into 12 self-governing groups. Judges would provide judicial leadership and would unite the tribes.
Life in Palestine was not good. It was very hot there. Hebrews became called Jews. The kingdom of Israel had their first three kings: David, Soloman, and Saul. The best king was King David. King Soloman built his exensive temple that left his people with taxes they didn't want to pay.
Monotheistic religion named Zoroastrianism formed in Persian Empire. Was founded by Zoroaster. Concepts found in other monotheistic religions which display the good vs. bad belief.