history of judaism

history of judaism

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  • 2000 B.C.
  • God or "Yahweh"
  • "And I also promise you the land of Canaan."
  • "I select you, Abraham, to be the 'Father' of the Hebrew people"
  • The Hebrews
  • The city of Ur, in Mesopotamia
  • The Hebrew bible, or the Torah, states that Yahweh watched over Abraham and his family as they constantly roamed from Canaan to Egypt.
  • "We are a monotheistic religion so we shall only pray to one God whom has power over all of us."
  • 1650 B.C.
  • The agreement between Abraham obeying Yahweh and in return for Yahweh to protect the Hewbrews is called a covenant.
  • "May we have protection against our enemies?"
  • "Yes, but only because Abraham obeys me."
  • Moses
  • "God ordered me to tell you to let my people go!"
  • The Torah says that the Hebrews migrated to Egypt to escape drought and famine. After some time when they came to Egypt, they were forced into slavery.
  • Eygpt
  • The Hebrews then fled Eygpt with the help of Moses. This is called the Exodus.
  • Between 1300-1200 B.C.
  • Since God promised to protect the Hebrews, they promised to keep God's commandments. This became the new covenant.
  • Mount Sinai
  • "Yahweh gave me these two stone tablets on top of Mount Sinai. They're called the Ten Commandments."
  • The Ten Commandments became a set of religious laws for the Hebrews.
  • The Sinai Desert
  • After the death of Moses and wondering for 40 years in the Sinai desert, the Hebrews returned back to Canaan.
  • Canaan
  • The Hebrews then became settled herders, farmers, and city dwellers. They learned new technology from the people in Palestine.
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