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Messiah
One who is anticipated to come; savior
Torah
The Five Books of the
Hebrew Bible.
Ten Commandments
Ten orders given to Moses
by G-d on Mt. Sinai
Abraham
"Father of the Jewish people"
Yahweh
The one G-d that Abraham and his followers prayed to.
Hebrew Covenant
Abraham's agreement with G-d. G-d will protect Abraham and his family in return for Abraham's promise to obey G-d.
Diaspora
Jewish people outside of Israel
Babylonian Captivity
The Babylonians destroyed the land of Judah in 586B.C. Solomon's Temple was destroyed. Survivers were exiled to Babylon.
Canaan
Where Abraham had lived.
Israel
The new kingdom from 1020 to 922 B. C. The Hebrews united under 3 kings---- Saul,David, and Solomon.
Palestine
At the eastern end of the Mediterranean.--the ancient home of the Hebrews.
Nebuchadnezzar
Babylonian king who ran the Egyptians out of Syria and ancient Palestine. He twice attacked Jerusalem.
Sennacherub
An Assyrian king who destroyed 89 cities and 820 villages.
Nineveh
King Sennacherub established Assyrian's capital, Nineveh, along the Tigris River.
Chaldeans
612 B.C. The Chaldeans burnt and leveled Nineveh.