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Just War Doctrine
Teachings of the Church that define the moral limits of warfare.
- in ancient Israel, one who acted as a temporary military leader, as well as arbiter of disputes within a between tribes. Judges were also expected to remind the people of their responsibility to God.
a woman judge and prophet
a judge who had doubts about God, but still went and fought the Midianites, and was victorious. He then commits idolatry and his descendants are cursed.
Finished Moses's journey to the promised land after he died. Conquered Jericho and the miracle God did for him was splitting rock. Israelite king
Ancestor of Jesus who followed the levirate marriage law and married her deceased husband's brother to continue her husband's lineage.
Is one of the Judges we talk about in this chapter. At birth an angel came down to his mother and told her not to cut his hair to show his strength and his reliance on God. His weakness was his foolish love for Delilah. She tricked Samson and cut his hair and he loss his strength.
The King who lead a group that broke away from the southern kingdom and formed a separate state.
The Babylonian king who defeated Jerusalem in 597 B.C.
Solomon's son and successor.
The king of the united kingdom of Israel from 1009 to 969 BC. He conquered the Trans-Jordanian states gaining control of the major trade routes linking Egypt and Mesopotamia. Jesus was a descendant of David.
the first king of Israel, anointed by the prophet Samuel. He was never able to fully unite the twelve tribes and organize them into a recognizable nation.
David and Bathsheba's son, the last king of the united monarchy. He was renowned for his wisdom as well as his wealth and his many large building projects. In addition to the king's palace and many walled fortresses throughout Palestine, he also built the Temple of Jerusalem to house the Ark of the Covenant
ark of the covanent
the portable shrine built to hold the tablets on which Moses wrote the Law. It was a sign of God's presence to the Israelites. Solomon built the Temple in Jerusalem to house the ark
The name of the southern kingdom after the splitting of the monarchy. It included the territory originally belonging to just two of the twelve tribes, Judah and Benjamin.
A new empire in the Mesopotamian region that eventually conquered the Northern kingdom.
3 reasons for just war doctrine
1) The ultimate goal of a just war is to re-establish peace.
2)A war can only be waged as a last resort
3) A war can only be fought to redress a wrong suffered.
What are the 6 books of Deuteronomic history?
Joshua, Judges, 1 Samuel, 2 Samuel, 1 Kings, 2 Kings.
What did the judges do for the community?
The judges were temporary military leaders. They handle disputes between and within tribes. The judges remind people of their responsibility to God.
What are the parallels between Joshua & Jesus
-In Hebrew, Joshua's name means "YHWH is salvation" or "YHWH saves"
-Jesus' name in Greek is Iesous, which means "YHWH saves"
-Joshua led the Israelites into the promised land
-Jesus leads God's people into the true promised land, heaven
-Joshua is an intercessor between God and the Israelites
-Jesus Christ is the "one mediator between God and the human race"
Explain the relationship between: David, Saul
Saul believed that David was trying to take the throne of him so he exiled David and tried to have him killed.
Explain the relationship between: Samuel, David
Samuel is impressed with one of Jesse's older sons. Samuel is not sure if he is the future king. Samuel asks if he has any other sons and then Jesse gets David and then the lord said "there, anoint him for he is him". Then David succeeded Saul as king.
Explain the relationship between:
Jeroboam led the insurrection against Rehoboam and founded the Northern Kingdom of Israel.
King David strengths
-Formed a dynasty
-United the twelve tribes
-Built the city of Jerusalem
-Forgiven for sins
-Loyal to God
-Conquered Trans-Jordania States
king david weaknesses
-Ill-fated affair with a married woman
-Abused his power.
-An economic system that favored the rich and hurt the poor
-used power to murder Bathsheba's husband
king solomon strengths
king solomon weaknesses
-Compromised his faith in God for the sake of political alliances.
-Forced people into labor
-Made taxes higher to pay for the Temple
What is the Northern Kingdom?
What is the Southern Kingdom?
When and to whom did the Northern Kingdom Fall? What happened to the people who were there?
722 BC ,the Assyrians. The rich powerful people were exiled and forced to live in other territories
When and to whom did the Southern Kingdom fall? What happened to the people of Judah?
The southern kingdom fell in 597 B.C. to the Babylonians. The people of Judah were exiled.
What reason did the people give for wanting a king.
They wanted a leader to unite Israel and to defend them against the Philistines.
Which Babylonian king destroyed Jerusalem's temple
What 3 kings formed the "United Monarchy"?
Saul, David, and Solomon
When and whom did the Northern Kingdom fall? What happened to these people?
The Northern Kingdom fell in 722 BC to the Assyrians. They were exiled to vast territories so that there would be no revolt against the Assyrians.
When and to whom did the Southern kingdom fall? What happened to these people?
The Southern Kingdom fell to Babylonian King Nebuchadnezzar in 597.B.C.E These people were exiled into Babylon.
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