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Cool History week 10
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The name "manna" sounds like a question in Hebrew. What question?
What is it?
The seventh day of the week is a day of rest for the Jews. What is this special day called?
What happened at the "rock in Horeb" when Moses stuck it with his staff?
Water came out of the rock
The first time the Jews are attacked, they find that the battle only goes their way as long as Moses keeps doing something. What must Moses do?
Moses must keep his hands raised to God.
The people who attack them wind up being cursed by God. What are these people called?
Fill in the blanks: The first table of the Ten Commandments talk about people's duty to _________________. The second table talks about people's duty to other _______________.
The courtyard of the tabernacle has two furnishings. What are they?
The altar of burnt offering and the bronze washbasin.
The Holy Place of the Tabernacle has three furnishings. What are they?
The lampstand, the table of showbread, and the altar of incense
The lid of the Ark of the Covenant has two winged angels facing each other. What are these angels called?
While Moses is on Mount Sinai receiving the Law from God, many Jews start worshiping a golden calf. Their golden calf may have looked like an Egyptian god called what?
The first Hittite emperor lived in Hammurabi's day. What was he called?
Name the Hittite emperor who sacked Hammurabi's old capital, Babylon.
The sack of Babylon helped clear the way for two new empires in the Fertile Crescent. Which people built a new empire in Babylonia?
Which people built a new empire at the top of the Fertile Crescent between the Assyrians and the Hittites?
The Hittites grew strong during a time of weakness for Egypt, between the Middle Kingdom and the New Kingdom. What is this time of Egyptian weakness called?
The second intermediate period
The richest pharaoh of the Eighteen Dynasty married two Mitanni princesses. What was this pharaoh called?
Amenhotep III, a.k.a. Amenhotep the magnificent
True or false: When the Hittites and the Assyrians ganged up on the Mitanni, the Egyptians helped the Mitanni fight them off.
False. The Egyptians pretended friendship to the Mitanni; but when the Mitanni came under attack, the Egyptians did nothing to help.
The first Emperor of Middle Assyria was another conquering hero like Shamshi-Adad of Old Assyria. What was this new conqueror called?
For the first five days of every week, the Jews are to gather only as much manna as they need for that day - without saving any for tomorrow. Explain how this rule draws them closer to God.
The rule draws the Jews closer to God by forcing them to depend on Him. If they can save manna for tomorrow, then they can pretend they're taking care of themselves. But if they must gather manna every day, then they must trust in God to take care of them every day.
God intends the Sabbath as a gift, not as a hard-to-follow rule. Explain how the Sabbath is a gift to a people who have just broken free from slavery.
When the Jews were slaves in Egypt, they probably worked all day, every day. Now they can rest for one whole day of every week. All God asks in return is that they remember Him on the Sabbath.
The tenth commandment is different from all the others. Explain how it's different.
The other commandments are all about things on the outside: what people do. But the tenth commandment is about something inside: what people want.
The biggest difference between the Tabernacle and other ancient temples is that the Tabernacle has no idol. Which commandment forbids the Jews to make and worship idols?
the second commandment
The Egyptian Empire was never bigger than it was in the days of the sixth pharaoh of the Eighteenth Dynasty. What was this pharaoh called?
Emperor Adad-Nirari of Middle Assyria was one of the first ancient conquerors to gather up thousands of conquered people, drag them back to his homeland and put them to work. How did dragging people off help Adad-Nirari?
Dragging people off helped Adad-Nirari in two ways. First, it put a lot of skilled people to work for Assyria, when they could have been working for their old countries. Second, it made them forget their old countries and become loyal to Assyria.
The first High Priest of Israel, Moses' brother Aaron, wore a special garment called an ephod. Sewn into the shoulders of the ephod were two onyx stones set in gold. What was engraved on the onyx stones?
The onyx stones were engraved with the names of the twelve tribes of Israel.
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