Transcript: -Your right hand, Yahweh, will smash the enemy. They went down in the depths like a stone. And He became salvation for me. Yahweh is my strength and my song. I shall pour out my sword. And the choice of his charioteers were sunk in the sea of Reeds. I shall overtake. I will sing to Yahweh -Until your people went through, Yahweh. Yahweh will reign forever and ever. אָשִׁירָה לַֽיהוָה I shall pursue. You will send forth your Burning anger. -He threw the horse and its rider in the sea. Awesome praiseworthy actions. My throat shall be full of them. All those who dwell in canaan dispared. You shall plant them on the mountain you cause them to inherit. You escorted by your strength to the settlement of your holiness. Yahweh is a man of Battle. -Until this people who you accuired went through. Streams remained standing as a dam. You lead this people who you redeemed in your loving kindness. Horror and dread fell upon them. Who is like you, glorious in holiness. The Enemy said Your right hand, Yahweh, glorious in strength. -For He is highly exhalted The sea covered them. They shall tremble. My hand shall disposses them. אָשִׁירָה לַֽיהוָה You blew with your breath. Your hands set up a holy place, Lord. -On account of the greatness of your arm they were ridgid as stone. Fear griped those who dwell in Philistia. -And in the wealth of your eminence you tear down those who stand against you. You prepaired a place for your dwelling, Yahweh. The people heard. The earth shall engulf them. -Depths covered them. Doing miracles. Rams of Moab, fear siezed them. And with the blast of your nostrils the waters were piled up. You shall bring them in. The depths were congealed in the heart of the sea. They sank like lead in the mighty waters. Yahweh is His name. -This is my God and I will glorify Him. Exodus 15. 1-18; conjugation alternation Who is like you among the Gods Yahweh? Then the chiefs of Edom were horrified. You stretched out your right hand. I shall apportion the spoil. It will devour them like straw. -[This is] God of my father and I will exhalt Him. He threw Pharoah's warchariot and army into the sea.
Transcript: Led Jews out of Egypt to promise land fed them using power of god He parted the Red Sea Religion Moses Conclusion HEBREW: Judaism, Christianity, Islam Samantha Schlueter, Peter Tea, Penuel Rop, Jeremy Derhaag 10 Commandments Martin Luther King Led the Civil Rights Movement Relates to today 1.
Transcript: Kosher dietary laws are observed all year round, not only during the Passover. The Jews have a very high dietary rule, that they have to follow. The rich history of Judaism gives the Western world it's shape today. The ten commandments were not made to the Jewish people, the equality of Western law would be replaced by position, power, or money. Judaism believes in the equality of all people. Judaism is the monotheistic religion of the Jews, tracing its origins to Abraham having its spiritual and ethical principles embodied chiefly in the Hebrew Scriptures in the Talmud. Hebrew is a member of the Canaanite group of Semitic languages. This language was from the early Jews, but from 586 BC it started to be replaced by Aramaic. What Happened to this Culture? The Hebrews are now called Israelites, that are still alive today. They might not be as active in their region as they were back then, but they do exist. Since they are scattered throughout he world, it is difficult to have an accurate estimate of how many Israelites (real) that are living at this time. They've estimated that there is between six and seven hundred million. Hebrew The history of Hebrews started in Mesopotamia, in the cities of Ur in the South and Haran in the North. The Hebrews created their own nation, also known as Egypt. "Hebrew." Language, Alphabet and Pronunciation. N.p., n.d. Web. 01 Oct. 2013. "Judaism 101: Kashrut: Jewish Dietary Laws." Judaism 101: Kashrut: Jewish Dietary Laws. N.p., n.d. Web. 01 Oct. 2013. "The Land of the Hebrews." The Land of the Hebrews. N.p., n.d. Web. 01 Oct. 2013. Map of Israel. Digital image. N.p., n.d. Web. 1 Oct. 2013. "What Is the Impact of Judaism on Todays Modern World?" WikiAnswers. Answers, n.d. Web. 01 Oct. 2013. Work Cited Where did Hebrew People Start? Impact on my Culture Aspects of this Culture
Transcript: The Gezer calendar is a small inscribed limestone tablet discovered in 1908 by Irish archaeologist R. A. Stewart Macalister in the ancient Canaanite city of Gezer (20 miles west of Jerusalem). It is commonly dated to the 10th century BCE. It describes monthly or bi-monthly periods and attributes to each a duty such as harvest or planting. Such an hour is called in Hebrew תינמז העש (/sha'ah zemanit/; relative hour) There occurs a problem, however. Two months gathering (September, October — in the Hebrew calendar Tishrei, Cheshvan) Two months planting (November, December — Kislev, Tevet) Two months late sowing (January, February — Shvat, Adar) One month cutting flax (March — Nisan) One month reaping barley (April — Iyar) One month reaping and measuring grain (May — Sivan) Two months pruning (June, July — Tammuz, Av) One month summer fruit (August — Elul) Abij [ah] This extra 13th month is called Adar Sheni ('The second Adar') or just Adar II. Such a gap year is called in Hebrew Shanah Me'uberet - 'a pregnant year'. It occurs 7 times in every 19 years, which means it appears every 2 or 3 years. Scholars are divided as to whether the language is Phoenician or Hebrew. Hebrew calendar (yes, it is different than ours!) There are approximately 12.4 lunar months in every solar year. So, a 12-month lunar calendar would be about 11 days shorter than a solar year. A 13-month one is no good either as it would be about 19 days longer than a solar year. The months would drift around the seasons on both of those versions. The solution is simple: the Jewish calendar uses a 12-month lunar calendar with an extra month occasionally added. There is not any fixed day length. On the reference to the Bible, Hebrew day runs from one sunset to another. Day is separated into 12 hours. It means that one Hebrew hour doesn't really equal 60 minutes. One hour can be much shorter during winter and much longer during summer. Consequently, the midnight and the noon appear not on 0:00 relatively 12:00, but in the middle of the time between sunsets. It is based on 3 astronomical phenomena The revolution of the Earth around the sun The rotation of the Earth around its axis The revolution of the moon about the Earth On average, the moon revolves around the Earth in about 29½ days. The Earth revolves around the sun in about 365¼ days, what equals about 12.4 lunar months. The civil calendar used by most of the world has abandoned any correlation between the moon cycles and the month. The length of months was set arbitrary to 28, 30 or 31 days. The Jewish calendar, however, coordinates all three of the mentioned astronomical phenomena. Months are either 29 or 30 days, corresponding to the 29½-day lunar cycle. Years are either 12 or 13 months, corresponding to the 12.4 month solar cycle. הָנָׁש ַחּול calendar ׁשֶדֹח month הָנָׁש year תֶרֶּבּועְמ pregnant חַרֶי moon םָלֹוע world, universe ןַמְז time גחַ holiday םִיַלָׁשּורְי Jerusalem ןֶבֶא stone Week in Hebrew calendar consists of 7 days. The only difference is that Sunday is regarded as the first day of the week. Today is 10th of November 2018. But in Hebrew calendar it's 2nd Tevet 5779! (Which is, by the way, the last day of Chanukah!) חג חנכה שמח !חמש הכונח גח Jews count the years traditionally since the creation of the world by the God, which happened on the 7th September 3761 BC (according to the calculations of the Jewish scholars).
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Transcript: Hooker, Richard. "Palestine." Palestine. , n.d. Web. 06 Oct. 2014 Leisure Activities "Verses 11-12 This story is about a son who went away from home. He lived a bad life in a foreign country. In the end, he came home to his father. The purpose of the story is to show the love of the father. He waited for his son to return. When the son came home, the father gave to him a warm welcome. They had a great party. This is to show how God the Father loves even the worst *sinner. There is joy in heaven over each *sinner who comes back to God. Then there is the contrast between the father and the older brother. Perhaps this is to show the attitude of many of the *Pharisees and teachers of the law. The brother would not come in to the party. He would not forgive his brother." Sources The Parable of the Prodigal Son (Churchyard) "In 1020 B.C the Hebrews united under one king named Saul to from a nation called Israel. Saul was succeeded by his son-in-law David, was established Jerusalem. David was Succeeded by Solomon, who build the great Temple of Solomon. After Solomon's death, internal fights divided the two kingdoms. Israel in the north and Judah in the south. " ("The Ancient Hebrews: History, Arts, and Culture" 22) The Kingdom of Israel Rich, Tracy. "Judaism 101: Shabbat." Judaism 101: Shabbat. Tracy Rich, n.d. Web. 17 Oct. 2014 The Parable of the Prodigal Son was a story told by Jesus Christ and recorded by Luke Verse 10-13 use imagery to describe how water comes from the ground then goes to streams and rivers. In verse 13 the speaker returns to the image of the world God created, with the water still falling on the mountains. Verses 14-18 explain how God makes plants grow and men and animals use these plants for nourishment. The mountains, hills, and rocks that are nearby are the shelter for the animals. Verses 19-23 are about time. God made the night and night was when the animals came out of their dens. When God brings the light of day humans come out to do their work. By: Brooke, Nia, and Jack In ancient Hebrew, most of the society was dominated by males. Women had a few rights outside the home. Nevertheless, some women did rise to great heights. Sources Psalm 104 (Rembrant,1667) Psalm 23 2000-1200 B.C. Their Education 1020-922 B.C. "Over the next 200 years, Israel and Judah sometimes fought each other and sometimes allied against outside enemies. The most powerful of their enemies were the Assyrians, to whom Israel fell to in 722 B.C. 150 years later, Judah fell to Babylonian King Nebuchadnezzar II, who destroyed Jerusalem and the temple in 586 B.C. Most of the surviving Jews were exiled to Babylon, until King of Cyrus the Great, conquered Babylonia and lets the Jews return home." Alpher, Joseph. Encyclopedia of Jewish History: Events and Eras of the Jewish People. New York, NY: Facts on File Publications, 1986. Print. Back in ancient times, the only people who had leisure time were the rich and ruling classes, never for the severing or laboring classes. So, since they worked all the time they didnt have time for any sports or fun activites. ("Rich, Tracy") The ancient Hebrew education is as essentially familial. The mother would teach young kids and girls, while the father took the responsibility of providing a meal, religious, and handcraft instruction for a growing son. ("Marrou, Henri-Irénée") The Parable of the Prodigal Son The story says that when an item is lost, that we should stop at nothing to find it, and when we do find it we should celebrate. "Most of the Hebrews' history tells of nomadic life, migration, or slavery. The Hebrews' found a home in Canaan. Once they got here they established the kingdom Israel, built Solomon's Temple and wrote down text called the Torah. ("Mesopotamian, Egyptian, and Hebrew Literature" 17) The Exodus "Verses 13-20 When the younger son had his money, he left home. He went a long way to a foreign country. He had plenty of funds at first but he was not sensible with them. He was careless and he wasted all his money. It was his own fault that he became poor. He could not afford to buy food and he was hungry. This was partly because there was a severe lack of food in that country. He went back to his father. The father had hoped that this son would return. All the time he had looked for his younger son. The father saw him while he was still a long way off. The father was so happy that he ran to him. He hugged his son and he kissed him." (Gordon Churchyard, www.easyenglish.com) The Parable of the Prodigal Son Hebrew Psalm 104 was written by David. Psalm 104 is about the creation of earth, all that live in it, and his presence in earth as well. The speaker uses imagery and metaphors to describe the process. Churchyard, Gordon."Psalm 104:1-35." Psalm 104. Wcycliffe Associates (UK), July 2002. Web. 15 Oct. 2014. Societal Norms Psalm 104 (Shmoop Editorial Team) 922-539 B.C. The poem was known as a pastoral poem which is a poem about a shepherd and their simple life. The
Transcript: Hebrew by:Naveh About Hebrew is a really old language. before the state of Israel was established jews used hebrew only for prayer and study. Then somone called Eliezer Ben Yehuda came and And he began to establish Hebrew as a daily languge. Today in Israel every one speaks Hebrew and Israel Is the only contry in the wrold the Hebrew is their official languge. where and when do people speak Hebrew? phrases A:hello-shalom B:hello-shalom A:how are you?-ma nishma? B:ok/not-good-beseder/lo-tov B:and you?-ve-at/a A:ok/not-good-beseder/lo-tov A:what is your name?-eich korim lch/a? B:my name is...-korim li... B:what is your name?-eich korim lch/a? A:my name is...-korim li... A:how old are you?ben cama at/a B:I am... years old-ani ben /bat ... B:and you?-ve-at/a A:I am... years old-ani ben /bat ... phrases Numbers 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 , 5 , 6 , 7 , 8 , 9 , 10 echad,shtaim,shalosh,arba,chamesh.shesh,sheva,shmone.teisha, eser, 11 , 12 , 13 , 14 , 15 , 16 , 17 , echad-esre,shem-esre,shlosh-esre ,arba-esre,chamesh-esre.shesh-esre,shva-esre, 18 ,19,20 shmona-esre.tsha-esre, esrim. Numbers The Team Who's in the Team Israel Israel Map Israel Game Game Game
Transcript: Oriental Dialect - influenced by Arabic European Dialect - influenced by Yiddish Hebrew uses 22 letters as opposed to 26 as in English. Outlook Eliezer Ben-Yehuda initiated the revival. After settling in Jerusalem, he made plans to incorporate Hebrew as the language of the home and school, as well as to expand the language to meet the needs of a modern society. The Revival As of 1998, there were 5 million speakers in Israel alone, and another 500,000 from around the world. Hebrew, also known as Israeli, is a Semitic language spoken in the Middle East. It is used in the Hebrew Bible and the Old Testament of Christians. In 586 BC, the Babylonians defeated the Jews and Hebrew's use declined. It was however, preserved as a written language and underwent a revival in the 19th and 20th centuries as 'Modern Hebrew.' In Hebrew, they write exactly like the title - right to left! All nouns have both a masculine and feminine form. Plurals are formed by adding the suffix -im to masculine nouns and -ot to female nouns. Hebrew orders its words in Subject, Verb, Object, identical to English; however, in Biblical Hebrew, the word order was typically Verb-Subject-Object. Modifiers follow the nouns they modify. *The uvular fricatives /X/ and /R/ have no English equivalents. Consonants Language Development Two Dialects Hebrew is the official language of British Palestine and Israel, and remaind the liturgical language of Jews worldwide. Hebrew is used for official, public, and private purposes, and is a required course in Israeli - and even Arabic - schools. Despite its recent return, Hebrew is growing to fulfill its former glory and beyond in the next 100 years. Hebrew Vowels Alphabet ?this like writing you are Why In the spoken Hebrew language, there are six vowels: /i/, /e/, /a/, (uh), /o/, /u/. This excludes the English vowels of /I/, /ae/, and /E/ as in bit, bat, and bet, respectively. Biblical Hebrew had these characteristics that were dropped in the revival of Modern Hebrew: Germination - the doubling of consonants Spirantization - producing stops as fricatives Pharyngealization - producing consonants with constricted vocal cords
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