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Religion Study Guide: Judaism
Abraham
Abrahamic
Jew
Judaism
"father of many"
3 religious traditions that began in the narrative of Abraham…
a member of the people and cultural community whose tradition…
the monotheistic religion of Jews
Abraham
"father of many"
Abrahamic
3 religious traditions that began in the narrative of Abraham…
Religion Study Guide~Judaism
Moses
Religious Jews
Ethnic Jews
Disapora
The prophet that freed the Jews from Egypt.
Nonborn Jews that just follow the Jewish beliefs.
Born Jews
Jews living outside of Israel
Moses
The prophet that freed the Jews from Egypt.
Religious Jews
Nonborn Jews that just follow the Jewish beliefs.
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Religion Quiz Guide- Judaism
1200BCE
950BCE
587BCE
70CE
Exodus from Egypt
Solomon's temple constructed
Exile to Babylon
Destruction of Second Temple
1200BCE
Exodus from Egypt
950BCE
Solomon's temple constructed
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Religion Quiz Guide Judaism
Torah
Mishnah
Talmud
What group posed the greatest threat t…
the first five books of Moses in the Hebrew Bible
A collection of early rabbinical sayings about Torah collecte…
collections of rabbinical sayings commenting on the Mishnah,…
Christians
Torah
the first five books of Moses in the Hebrew Bible
Mishnah
A collection of early rabbinical sayings about Torah collecte…
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Religion Study Guide Judaism
Abraham
Transcendent
YHWH
Torah
...
Outside of temporal reality/existence
God's name and identity
Is the law and the most essential part of the Tanak. It is th…
Abraham
...
Transcendent
Outside of temporal reality/existence
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Religion Study Guide: Judaism
Covenant
shema
Torah
tanakh
an agreement made a long time ago between God and the Israeli…
Judaism's most theological statement that declares the unique…
means instruction, and refers to the will of God revealed to…
what the bible is referred as
Covenant
an agreement made a long time ago between God and the Israeli…
shema
Judaism's most theological statement that declares the unique…
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Religion Judaism Study Guide
What made Judaism different for other…
What does it mean to say Judaism/Jews…
To whom can the Jews of today trace th…
Who are considered 'God's Chosen Peopl…
belief in 1 God
...
Abraham
jews/ isrealites
What made Judaism different for other…
belief in 1 God
What does it mean to say Judaism/Jews…
...
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Judaism religion study guide
Solomon
Mt. Sinai
Moses
Canaan
built a temple in Jerusalem, David's son.
Where Moses received the Torah
led the Israelites for 47 years,
Where David made a covenant with god
Solomon
built a temple in Jerusalem, David's son.
Mt. Sinai
Where Moses received the Torah
Religions Study Guide (Judaism)
a religion whose people believe that A…
a form of exclusive monotheism in whic…
the Hebrew Bible; a collection of Jewi…
the central religious text for Judaism
Abrahamic Religions
Ethical Monotheism
Tanakha
Torah
a religion whose people believe that A…
Abrahamic Religions
a form of exclusive monotheism in whic…
Ethical Monotheism
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World Religions Study Guide: Judaism
Kabbalah
Hanukkah
Yom Kippar
Pentateuch
A mystical school of Judaism
Festival of lights
Day of atonement
What is the five books of the Hebrew Bible called? AKA (this…
Kabbalah
A mystical school of Judaism
Hanukkah
Festival of lights
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Religion Midterm Study Guide: Judaism
Who is Abraham?
Define cosmogony
What does Genesis 1 reveal about God?
What does Genesis 1 reveal about creat…
The father of all the religions;... Patriarch
A story that describes how the universe came into being;... Foun…
He is eternal;... He is generous (provides for all creation);... He…
It's not eternal;... It's historical, a part of time;... -There is…
Who is Abraham?
The father of all the religions;... Patriarch
Define cosmogony
A story that describes how the universe came into being;... Foun…
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World religion study guide Judaism
Believe in one God, That he created th…
Their holy book is the Torah, it is th…
Hanukkah
Subbath
...
...
Jewish festival of lights
Everything was created by God and six days on the seventh day…
Believe in one God, That he created th…
...
Their holy book is the Torah, it is th…
...
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Study Guide for world religions (Judaism)
Monotheism
Polytheism
Torah
Israelite
Belief in one god
Belief in many gods
Judism's most sacred text consisting of the first 5 books of…
An early name for Jewish people
Monotheism
Belief in one god
Polytheism
Belief in many gods
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World Religions Study Guide: Judaism
Kabbalah
Hanukkah
Yom Kippar
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A mystical school of Judaism deals with elements of the occul…
Festival of lights
Day of atonement
How many years did the Jews wander in the desert?
Kabbalah
A mystical school of Judaism deals with elements of the occul…
Hanukkah
Festival of lights
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World religions Judaism study guide
Two characteristics of God in Judaism
This is why Jews don't use God's name
This is the other major religion whose…
These two curses were placed on eve/wo…
Merciful, just, omnipotent (able to do anything) omnipresent…
Sign of respect or awe
Christianity
Pain of childbirth, and submission to husbands
Two characteristics of God in Judaism
Merciful, just, omnipotent (able to do anything) omnipresent…
This is why Jews don't use God's name
Sign of respect or awe
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Judaism World Religion Study Guide
What place did the Jewish people belie…
What happened during 1000 B.C.E.?
What happened during 1800 B.C.E.?
What happened during 1950 B.C.E.?
Canaan
After escaping from Egypt and wandering in the desert, the Is…
Many Israelites fled from Canaan to Egypt because of famine.
Abraham, the ancestor of the Jews, migrated with his family t…
What place did the Jewish people belie…
Canaan
What happened during 1000 B.C.E.?
After escaping from Egypt and wandering in the desert, the Is…
World Religions Study Guide Judaism
judaism
Biblical Period
Covenant
Jews-->Egypt as slaves
.oldest living monotheistic religion... .religion of hebrew peop…
1800 B.C.-3350 B.C.
God and Abraham. God promised that is Abraham dedicated his l…
Jews were outed from land, and Jews were then enslaved by Egy…
judaism
.oldest living monotheistic religion... .religion of hebrew peop…
Biblical Period
1800 B.C.-3350 B.C.
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World Religions Study Guide (Judaism)
Religion
Denominations
Followers
When began
Judaism
Orthodox, Conservative, Reconstructionist, Reform
Hebrews, Jews, Israelites
~4000 years ago
Religion
Judaism
Denominations
Orthodox, Conservative, Reconstructionist, Reform
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World Religions: Judaism Study Guide
Wailing Wall: The Temple Mount
Shema: "Hear O Lord, The Lord in One..."
Shavuot:
The Chosen People:
destroyed twice by Babylonians first, then Romans, physical f…
greatest contribution to the world from Judaism, unifies God
The giving of the Torah, Feast of Weeks. Remembrance of recie…
"I will be your God, you will be My people." Promise, promise…
Wailing Wall: The Temple Mount
destroyed twice by Babylonians first, then Romans, physical f…
Shema: "Hear O Lord, The Lord in One..."
greatest contribution to the world from Judaism, unifies God
World Religions : Judaism Study Guide
Judaism can be dated from the time of…
Jews contributed to the _________ part…
The biblical period often begins with…
According to the Torah, Abraham left h…
Moses
Western
Abraham, Alexander the Great
Canaan
Judaism can be dated from the time of…
Moses
Jews contributed to the _________ part…
Western
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world religions - judaism study guide
difference between the terms "world re…
what does the term religion traditiona…
list and explain the four common eleme…
why is Abraham called the father of th…
-world religions: wide spread and across the globe... -world's r…
"to bind"
1. sacred stories/scriptures... 2. beliefs/practices... 3. sacred p…
God gave Abraham land and promised to send him numerous desce…
difference between the terms "world re…
-world religions: wide spread and across the globe... -world's r…
what does the term religion traditiona…
"to bind"
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Religion Exam Study Guide- Judaism and Christiantity
Bar/Bat Mitzvah
Yom Kippur
Rosh Hashanah
Simchat Torah
a person becomes an adult member of the synagogue
Day of Atonement
Jewish New Year
Celebration of the Torah; finish the end and start at the beg…
Bar/Bat Mitzvah
a person becomes an adult member of the synagogue
Yom Kippur
Day of Atonement
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Unit 2 Study Guide Religion - Judaism
Wailing Wall
Shema
Shavuot
The Chosen People
Temple Mount ... It was destroyed twice ... It is important becau…
Deut. 6:4 ... Monotheism ... Unifies under one god
- a festival (feast of the weeks) ... Remember receiving 10 com…
- (one of the essays you can choose) ... We are his people if w…
Wailing Wall
Temple Mount ... It was destroyed twice ... It is important becau…
Shema
Deut. 6:4 ... Monotheism ... Unifies under one god
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Judaism - Religion
Type of Religion
Followers
Groups/Branches/Followers
Central Figure
Monotheistic
Jews (Hebrew)
Reform... Orthodox... Conservative
God
Type of Religion
Monotheistic
Followers
Jews (Hebrew)
social studies religion study guide Judaism
Followers are called
God reveled himself to a person called
sacred site
sacred book
Jews
abraham
wailing wall
torah
Followers are called
Jews
God reveled himself to a person called
abraham
Judaism Religion
Who is their god?
Who is the patriarch or father of the…
What was Jesus to the Jews?
What is the central place of worship f…
Yahweh
Abraham
An ordinary man
Synagogue
Who is their god?
Yahweh
Who is the patriarch or father of the…
Abraham
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Judaism Religion
Who is their god?
Who is the patriarch or father of the…
What was Jesus to the Jews?
What is the central place of worship f…
Yahweh
Abraham
An ordinary man
Synagogue
Who is their god?
Yahweh
Who is the patriarch or father of the…
Abraham
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World religion: Judaism (West Study Guide)
Messianism
Orthopraxy
The chosen people
Torah
the belief in a messiah, a savior or redeemer
focuses on the way you live your life.
The idea that Jews were chosen to serve and suffer and single…
The first five books of the Hebrew scriptures
Messianism
the belief in a messiah, a savior or redeemer
Orthopraxy
focuses on the way you live your life.
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Religions: Hinduism/Buddhisam/Judaism/Christianity Study Guide
Hinduism symbol
Hinduism geographic origin
Hinduism date of origin
Hinduism supreme being
Om/Aum
India
Approx. 3000 B.C.E.
Brahman
Hinduism symbol
Om/Aum
Hinduism geographic origin
India
Religion/Ethics Study Guide: Judaism, Christianity, Islam
Allah
Charity
Conscience
Consequentialism
Muslim term for God
perceiving a love and friendship with God.
Awareness of moral values and the resulting sense of right an…
What is good must also be what is right with consequences of…
Allah
Muslim term for God
Charity
perceiving a love and friendship with God.
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World Religion Study Guide: Judaism, Christianity and Islam
What is the Founding Date of Judaism
Who is the Founder of Judaism
Where was Judaism located
What is the Holy Book of Judaism?
3, 500 years ago
Abraham is regarded as the first Jew.
Judaism was developed in the Middle East around the area that…
The Torah, The Jewish Bible is the Old Testament
What is the Founding Date of Judaism
3, 500 years ago
Who is the Founder of Judaism
Abraham is regarded as the first Jew.
Religion Judaism
Torah
Jewish Bible
Abraham
King David
first five books of the bible
torah, writings, prophets
first related to one god
King of Israel
Torah
first five books of the bible
Jewish Bible
torah, writings, prophets
Religion : Judaism
God
Holy Days
Founder
Date
Yaweh
Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, Hannukah, Purim, Passover
Abraham, Isaac, Jacob
C. 1300 BC
God
Yaweh
Holy Days
Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, Hannukah, Purim, Passover
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religion- Judaism
location of origin
founder
holy book
type of religion
Sinai Desert
Abraham
Torah
ethnic
location of origin
Sinai Desert
founder
Abraham
Judaism Religion
basic text
core of judaism
This God
phenomenological approach to the study
hebrew bible
shema: only one God, creator, ruler of the world, sees and kn…
YHWH reveals himself through the Torah
historical- narrative/mythic... philosophical- teaching/doctrina…
basic text
hebrew bible
core of judaism
shema: only one God, creator, ruler of the world, sees and kn…
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Religion: Judaism
Tanakh or Hebrew Bible
The first patriarch of Judaism
A Covenant
Israel means
The holy scriptures of Judaism
Abraham
a contract between God and God's people
The one who struggles with God
Tanakh or Hebrew Bible
The holy scriptures of Judaism
The first patriarch of Judaism
Abraham
Religion- Judaism
Experiential
Mythic
Doctrinal
ethical
going to the synagogue/ praying... Moses at the burning bush- go…
Genesis 1, 2,3
monotheism- belief in one god ... covenant- gods special relatio…
Torah= law= helps develop our relationship w/ god ... Ten comman…
Experiential
going to the synagogue/ praying... Moses at the burning bush- go…
Mythic
Genesis 1, 2,3
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religion Judaism
Sabbath
bar mitzvah/ bat mitzvah
Rabbi
Repentance
each week, 7th day, Saturday is observed by Jews as a day of…
"son of commandment' / "daughter of commandment"
a Jewish scholar or teacher
the action of repenting
Sabbath
each week, 7th day, Saturday is observed by Jews as a day of…
bar mitzvah/ bat mitzvah
"son of commandment' / "daughter of commandment"
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Judaism Religion
Background of significant person
Development and Expression
Impact
Bioethics basis
- rabbinic, scholarly family in Russia, excelled in Torah stu…
- Shelichut ... - Chabad House... - Mitzvah Tanks ... - Jewish organis…
- encouraged the pursuit of virtuousness, education, and unit…
1. Human life has intrinsic value ... 2. the preservation of lif…
Background of significant person
- rabbinic, scholarly family in Russia, excelled in Torah stu…
Development and Expression
- Shelichut ... - Chabad House... - Mitzvah Tanks ... - Jewish organis…
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Religion: Judaism
anti-semitism
bar (bat) mitzvah
covenant
diaspora
hostility towards Jews & Judaism; ranges from attitudes of di…
the ritual celebration marking the coming of age of a Jewish…
the agreement established between God and the ancient Israeli…
the situation of Jews living away from their ancestral homela…
anti-semitism
hostility towards Jews & Judaism; ranges from attitudes of di…
bar (bat) mitzvah
the ritual celebration marking the coming of age of a Jewish…
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Religion- Judaism
Bar (bat) mitzvah
Hanukkah
Holocaust
Kabbalah
"Son (daughter) of the commandment" (Aramaic); the coming- of…
An early-winter festival recalling the rededication of the Se…
The destruction of European Judaism by the Nazis; also known…
"Received," "Handed down"; the whole body of Jewish mystical…
Bar (bat) mitzvah
"Son (daughter) of the commandment" (Aramaic); the coming- of…
Hanukkah
An early-winter festival recalling the rededication of the Se…
Comparative Religion Final Study Guide (Judaism)
Orthodox
Reform
Conservative
Hasidim
Most strict,
Least strict, enlightenment
2nd strict, end of 1800's
God is most important;more important then the Torah
Orthodox
Most strict,
Reform
Least strict, enlightenment
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Religion: Judaism
Covenant
Shema (Hear)
Torah (Instruction)
Tanakh
The agreement established between God and the ancient Israeli…
From Deuteronomy 6:4, Judaism's most basic theological statem…
Generally, the revelation of God's will to the people; more s…
A common way of referring to the Hebrew Bible, derived from t…
Covenant
The agreement established between God and the ancient Israeli…
Shema (Hear)
From Deuteronomy 6:4, Judaism's most basic theological statem…
Religion Judaism
Judiasm
Jew
Israelite
Isreali
A reality, a drama within history, a fact, not an experience…
Originates from the identification of one of the TWELVE TRIBE…
Member of the ancient tribes of Isreal
A citizen of the modern state Isreal
Judiasm
A reality, a drama within history, a fact, not an experience…
Jew
Originates from the identification of one of the TWELVE TRIBE…
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Religion Judaism
Abraham
Bar (Bat) Mitzvah
Conservative Judaism
Diaspora
The patriarch of the three major monotheistic religions
"Son (daughter) of the Commandments," A ceremony describing t…
moderate branch of Judaism which accepts the need for interpr…
Jewish communities outside of Israel
Abraham
The patriarch of the three major monotheistic religions
Bar (Bat) Mitzvah
"Son (daughter) of the Commandments," A ceremony describing t…
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Judaism Religion
Beliefs judaism
Origin Story jews
Diffusion jews
Branches jews
dispora- forced dispersal of jews from palestine in roman tim…
Found across the globe, ghetto city neighborhoods were jews w…
All across the world
Orthodox, Conservative, Reform, and Reconstructionist.
Beliefs judaism
dispora- forced dispersal of jews from palestine in roman tim…
Origin Story jews
Found across the globe, ghetto city neighborhoods were jews w…
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BYU Religion 357 Judaism midterm study guide
How many religious duties does the Tor…
What is the Halakha?
What is the literal meaning of the Hal…
In what aspects does Jewish religion e…
613
The Jewish law (supreme law of the land)
"The way on which one goes"
Every part of a Jew's law is encompassed by Halakha
How many religious duties does the Tor…
613
What is the Halakha?
The Jewish law (supreme law of the land)
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Study guide - religion test - Islam and Judaism
Allah
Mecca
Five Pillars of Islam
Mosk
means "God" in Arabic
birth place of Muhammad
one of the duties of Muslims
Muslim place of worship
Allah
means "God" in Arabic
Mecca
birth place of Muhammad
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Religion: Judaism
jewish demography
mesopotamia
Canaan
Judah
* 14 million worldwide... * majority in Israel and US... * 6 millio…
* Middle Eastern land between Tigris and Euphrates rivers... * A…
"promised land" where Abraham journeyed (modern-day Israel)
* fourth son of Jacob... * origin of terms such as "Judaism, Jew…
jewish demography
* 14 million worldwide... * majority in Israel and US... * 6 millio…
mesopotamia
* Middle Eastern land between Tigris and Euphrates rivers... * A…
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Religion-Judaism
Where did Judaism begin?
When did Judaism begin?
With whom did Judaism begin?
Creation
Canaan
2000 b.c
Abraham- 10 tribes of Israel
Historical and experiential. Reveal doctrines, ethics, and ri…
Where did Judaism begin?
Canaan
When did Judaism begin?
2000 b.c
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