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2-3 Judaism Brandon, Peter, Jeevin, Janice

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Anita Lee

on 5 January 2011

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Transcript of 2-3 Judaism Brandon, Peter, Jeevin, Janice

Judaism Judaism Judiasm was founded about 400 years ago by The founder of Judaism was Abraham. Abraham was the father of the Jewish people who made a covenant with God. Jews believed that God governs, creates and sustains the Hebrew bible. By : Janice, Jeevin, Peter, and Brandon Jewish Quotes from the Torah: The Torah
also known as the Old Testament
refers to the five books of Moses
contains the history of God Synagogue: the house of prayer place where Jews come together for communiy prayer services Remain in awe of God, serve Him, cling to Him. (Deuteronomy, 10:20)

God thus created man with His Image. In the Image of God He created him, male and female He created them. (Genesis, 1:27)

God said to Moses, “Write these words down for yourself, because it is through these words from my mouth that I have made a covenant with you and with Israel” (Exodus, 34:27, Covenant is to be recorded by Moshe because … it is the Covenant) are God's spokesmen
job is to speak on Gods behalf and convey a message or a teaching Dreidel; The Prophets a four-sided spinning top that is played with during the Jewish holiday, Hanukkah

each side has a letter of the Hebrew alphabet

letters are Hun, Gimel, Hei, and Shin; together form the acronym for "Nes Gadol Hayah Sham" "Nes Gadol Hayah Sham" - "a great miracle happened there has no religious significance in Judaism but is commonly worn by Jews
in Hebrew is called Magen David, which means Shield of David The Star of David
has no religious
significance in
Judaism but is
commonly worn
by Jews. The Ten Commandments Are written on the Torah Worship no other god but me Do not make images to worship Do not misuse the name of God Observe the Sabbath Day (Saturday
). Keep it Holy. Honor and respect your mother and father Do not envy others' possessions. Do not murder. Do not commit aldultery Do not steal. Orthodox Jews believe in the Torah and that all practices in the Torah must be obeyed. Apples and honey are shared at Rosh Hashanah to wish for a sweet and happy news year. Conservative and Reform Jews believe that the ancient laws and practices have to be done for modern life . But Reform Jews other than Conservative allow everyone to sit together and both Hebrew and local languages are spoken together. Hannukah is the festival of Lights. When a temple was rebuilt after the persecution of the Jews, they lit 8 candles for 8 days. God said that Abraham descendants would be a great nation if they workshipped god The Star of David Timeline of Judaism 3 Basic Jewish Groups The star of David has no religious signifance is commonly worn by Jews Perception of Afterlife Jews believe that the afterlife is not the end of human existence. The Jewish afterlife is called Olam Ha-Ba. Jews believe that they shouldn't worry about the Afterlife but more on present time The Torah also has some information regarding the Afterlife. Abraham finds Judaism. Jewish people migrate to Egypt. 1700 BCE
2000 BCE - 1500 BCE Led by Moses the Jewish people are led to the Land Of Canaan. 1240 BCE - 1050 BCE Jerusalem is made the capital by King David.

1010 BCE - 970 BCE What Jews Wear a Jew wears the Kippah on their head to remind him that he must follow the laws of God at all times and in all places. KIPPAH Before beginning to worship or pray a, Jew will often wear a tallit. The fringes on the shawl remind him of the commandments of the Torah. TALLIT 970-931 BCE
Babylonians capture Jerusalem
The priest Mattathias begins Maccabean revolt
King Herod the Great captures Jerusalem
The Great Revolt - The War of the Jews
against the Romans
Persian conquest of Jerusalem
and expel Jews The Reign of King Solomon 597 B.C.E 166 37 CE 66-73 CE 614 CE 7th Century Rise and domination of Islam among largely pagan Arabs in the Arabian peninsula Ancient Jewish communities there have almost been completely removed as a result of the rise and domination 900–1090 CE Golden age of Jewish culture in Spain Muslims grant Jews and Christians exemptions from military service, the right to their own courts of law, and a guarantee of safety of their property 1095–1291 CE Crusaders temporarily capture Jerusalem in 1099. Christian Crusades spark warfare with Islam in Palestine 1290 CE Jews are expelled from England by King Edward I after the banning of usury in the 1275 Statute of Jewry 1306 - 1394 CE Jews are repeatedly expelled from France and readmitted, for a price. 1660 CE Massacre of Jews in Hebron 1775 CE Mob violence against the Jews of Hebron 1799 CE Mob violence against Jew in Safed. 1933 Hitler takes over Germany. 1938–1945 Ha Shoah (The Holocaust) Methodical extermination of nearly 6 million Jews across Europe 1948–1949 About 250,000 Holocaust survivors make their way to Israel.
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