connects the Red Sea and the Dead Sea
Sweet wafer-like secretion from an insect(like honey)
For the ancient Israelites, the sign of life itself
places where the gods lived(Mt. Olympus)
pyramids and stepped temples
two kinds of structures that the ancient peoples built to get closer to the gods
The commandments that cover external actions
The commandments that cover internal feelings, thoughts, and desires
The commandments that concern our relationship with God
The commandments that concern relationships with others
No other Gods before me
the First Commandment
Respect God's name
the Second Commandment
Keep the Sabbath holy
the Third Commandment
Honor your mother and father
the Fourth Commandment
Shall not kill
the Fifth Commandment
Shall not commit adultery
the Sixth Commandment
Shall not steal
the Seventh Commandment
Shall not bear false witness
the Eighth Commandment
Shall not covet your neighbor's wife/husband
the Ninth Commandment
Shall not covet your neighbor's goods/things
the Tenth Commandment
Which Commandment means that God is #1 in our lives?
Which Commandment was followed by the Israelites when they never said Yahweh?
What did the Israelites say instead of Yahweh that meant the Lord?
Which Commandment meant that the Sabbath is meant for worship and rest?
Which Commandment meant that children should obey their parents and adults should care for the elderly?
Which Commandment meant that we should protect marriage?
Which Commandment meant that we should share with the poor and if broken it means that you don't trust God to give you what you need?
Which Commandment means that we shouldn't lie, gossip, or spread slander?
the stealing of anything consecrated to the service of God
Be a sin know it's a sin and commit the sin
The 3 things that classify a sin
Fill in the Blank: The Ten Commandments form the basis of our society and led to blank laws.
Another name for the Ten Commandments
The Mosaic Law
What are the laws that the Ten Commandments led to called?
the presence of God
What did the alter signify in the sacrifice of an animal?
A day once a year on which a very special ritual took place
What did the people in ancient times commonly worship that represented their gods?
the mind and the heart
Where does sin begin?
True or False: The Israelites perceived the Ten Commandments and the other laws as burdens that dragged them down.
True or False: The Israelites perceived the Ten Commandments and the other laws as mutual understandings that enabled them to live in freedom and peace with one another.
Where did the Lord proclaim for all time that the people of Israel were the people of God?
the 13th Attribute
Which attribute intended to suggest that God does not let wrongs go unpunished?
The Book of Leviticus
What book in the bible can be thought of as a handbook of instructions for Israel's worship?
The Law of Moses or the Law
Two other names for the Mosaic Law
Fill in the Blank: If there are too many laws in a society, it is blank
What happens if there are too few laws in a society?
What is created if there are just the right amount of laws in a society?
What does guidance lead to?
the ability to choose within society to do the right thing
What does ratification mean?
the greatest covenant of Israel that proclaimed Israel as the people of God
People of Israel
the Chosen People of God
the mission of the Israelites
Called the Lord
the First Attribute of God
God of all things
the Second Attribute of God
the Third Attribute of God
the Fourth Attribute of God
the Fifth Attribute of God
Slow to Anger
the Sixth Attribute of God
Steadfast in his love
the Seventh Attribute of God
the Eighth Attribute of God
His Love is Endless
the Ninth Attribute of God
His Love is Stronger than Evil
the Tenth, Eleventh, and Twelfth Attributes of God
the Thirteenth Attribute of God