Heritage Ch4

Heritage Ch4

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ca 1446 BC date of the Exodus
God promised Israel and Judah that he would restore the Israelites from Exile, that those who are part of this Covenant would receive the Holy Spirit, and that he would forgive his people of all their sins as part of the Mosaic Covenant
God promised that his descendants would become a great nation and that threw them all the nations of the world would be less through the Abrahamic Covenant
Moved his family from Ur of the Chaldeans to Canaan as God instructed him to.The Jews proved to be a blessing to all nations as God promised by preaching the gospel to people all over the world. Abraham
Occurs in March or April tells what blank is celebrated in the 14th day of the first month Passover
Hebrew whom God used to lead the Israelites out of slavery in Egypt Moses
the descendants of Israelites in the Northern Kingdom who intermarried with people from conquered nations Samaritans
Babylonian captivity begins 586 BC
took place when the Israelites did not keep the Mosaic Covenant and as God promised they were scattering of the Israelites into many other nations. Diaspora
holiday where the Jew celebrate their deliverance from destruction by Haman with a feast Purim
1. restore Israel and Judah from exile2. receive the Holy Spirit3. forgive their sins New Covenant
the Old Testament in Greek Septuagint
Jews who stressed purity of life and obedience to the Torah opposed the current rulers Pharisees
Son of Mattathias who took leadership of the revolt against the Syrians.He and his army cleansed and rededicated the temple 2,300 days after the first pagan sacrifice Judas Maccabeus
To commemorate the cleansing and re-dedication of the temple in Jerusalem, the Jews light the menorah on each night of the Hanukkah
The purpose of the tabernacle, the temple, and the synagogue was Gentiles
The Hebrew name for the one true God Yahweh
Christians observe __________ to remember that Jesus is the Passover Lamb Lord’s Supper
God promised a man that he would always have a legitimate heir to his throne and that Jesus would rule forever, fulfilling this promise in the __________ Covenant.will be fulfilled when Christ returns to earth to rule from Jerusalem. Davidic Covenant
jews who plotted to overthrow Rome by military action Zealots
a Jewish religious teacher rabbi
the Mishnah and the Gemara, which are the collection of Jewish law and tradition Talmud
destruction of Jerusalem by the Romans AD70
focuses on obedience to the law and Jewish tradition Rabbinic Judaism
was constructed by Roman engineersPossibly distroed by earthquakes or tsunami Caesarea Maritima
The ________was a symbol of God's presence with His people. Tabernacle
God promised a man that he would always have a legitimate heir to his throne and that Jesus would rule forever, fulfilling this promise in the __________ Covenant. Davidic Covenant
Christians observe __________ to remember that Jesus is the Passover Lamb. Lord’s Supper
the Hebrew name for the one true God Yahweh

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