2 Handouts Fast Facts on Judaism Jewish Hatred Jewish Symbols Judaism Notes Who Are the Jews?
3 Founder: Abraham All Jews trace their genetic and religious ancestry to Abraham, who lived around 1900 B.C. He lived in Ur, in present day Iraq Abraham made a covenant with God, who promised to make of him a great nation if he followed God s commandments He journeyed to Canaan, present day Palestine, the promised land Abraham was the first person in recorded history to worship Yahweh, the all-powerful God worshipped by Jews, Christians and Muslims 3 billion people
4 The Journey of Abraham
5 Central Beliefs Jews believe that they are the Chosen People, since God chose their ancestor Abraham to form his Covenant with Jews believe that present day Israel is the Promised Land, since God promised this land to Abraham and his descendants
6 Abraham s Son Isaac Abraham was the first of the Patriarchs All Jews trace their ancestry through Abraham s son Isaac All Arabs trace their ancestry through Abraham s eldest son Ishmael The bible says God commanded Abraham to sacrifice his son Isaac, but stopped him just as he was about to slaughter him
7 The Sacrifice of Isaac Titian 1542
8 Isaac s Son Jacob Isaac had two sons, Jacob and Esau, the eldest Jacob was renamed Israel after wrestling with an angel
9 Israel, One who wrestles with God.
10 The Twelve Tribes of Israel Jacob had 12 sons, who gave rise to the 12 tribes of Israel There was a drought in Canaan, and the descendents of Abraham moved to Egypt The Hebrew people lived in Egypt for hundreds of years, until the Exodus ~ 1200 B.C. They were treated as second class citizens, and they wished to leave Handout Twelve Tribes of Israel
11 The Twelve Tribes of Israel
12 Passover God visits 10 plagues on the Egyptians The 10 th is the death of every firstborn (son) Hebrews put lamb s blood on their lintels (doorposts) The angel of death passes over their homes Jews celebrate Passover every spring around Good Friday. (2013: Sundown Monday, March 25 th sundown Tuesday, April 2 nd ) Note: Jesus was arrested and crucified during Passover celebrations in Jerusalem
14 The Exodus Moses led the Hebrews out of Egypt ~1200BC They crossed the Red Sea and wandered in the desert for 40 years Eventually, they conquered the cities of Canaan and established Israel ~ 1000 BC
16 The Ten Commandments Moses received the Ten Commandments from Yahweh on a mountaintop Side note: He actually received the commandments twice. The first time Moses came down the Israelites were worshipping a golden calf, so he smashed them. Later, he went back.
17 The Ten Commandments
18 Film The Prince of Egypt Complete questions on this movie
19 The Kingdom of David The Israelites eventually conquered all of Canaan. David reigned c.1000 B.C. He defeated the Philistines through single combat with their champion Goliath. (Similar to Trojan war)
20 Saul, David and Solomon United Israel B.C.
21 The Kingdom Divided After Solomon, the nation divided. The 10 northern tribes become Israel. The 2 southern tribes become Judah It remains like this for 200 years, until Israel is destroyed by Assyria in the 700s B.C.
22 Israel and Judah Note: The ten northern tribes are the lost tribes of Israel, scattered when the Assyrians conquered them (721 B.C.). Judah survives.
23 The Assyrians Assyrian relief showing Israelite King Jehu bowing to the Assyrian King.
24 The Assyrians The Assyrian Empire 650 B.C.
25 The Babylonian Exile In 586 B.C. Judah is conquered by the Babylonians. Many are taken to Babylon as captives and slaves. They remain there for 50 years In Jerusalem, the 1 st temple (Solomon s temple), the heart of Judaism, is destroyed. Synagogues are born during this time During the exile, the Torah (The 5 Books of Moses -- Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus and Numbers), is written down in its present form Jews wait for a Messiah to deliver them from captivity
26 The Second Temple The Persians allow Jews to return to Jerusalem and rebuild the temple. The Ark of the Covenant is kept in the Holy of Holies
27 The Ark of the Covenant Inside: The stone tablets given to Moses, manna from the exodus, and Aaron s rod
28 Greek Conquest In 332 B.C. Alexander the Great conquer Judah, bringing Hellenization (Greek learning and customs) Jews settle throughout the Mediterranean beginning the Diaspora The Maccabees overthrow the Greek rulers in 164 B.C. The story of Hanukkah celebrates this event
29 Hanukkah: The 9 Pointed Menorah 8 candles celebrate the 8 nights after the temple was liberated by the Maccabees (There was only enough oil for one night!) Dec
30 Roman Conquest 64 B.C. Jews lose their independence again Jews pray for a Messiah to free them from Roman rule. (Yeshua of Nazareth is crucified c. 29.A.D.) Yeshua is the Hebrew name, and its English spelling is Joshua. Iesous is the Greek transliteration of the Hebrew name, and its English spelling is Jesus. Thus, the names Joshua and Jesus are essentially the same; both are English pronunciations of the Hebrew and Greek names. In 66 A.D. full scale rebellion against Rome In 70.A.D., the rebellion is crushed, the temple is destroyed, Jerusalem is sacked, Jews are marched into Rome as slaves With no more temple sacrifice, Judaism becomes focused on Synagogues and Rabbi s
31 The Arch of Titus Roman Arch of Titus showing the temple treasure and Jewish captives.
32 Beliefs About God The universe is governed by God God is indivisible Not a physical being The bible calls God, YHWH ( I am ) A.K.A. The Lord ( Adonay ) Handout Jewish Beliefs Notes
33 Contained in a Holy Ark The Torah Usually 2 or 3 in a synagogue Written on parchment scrolls Cannot be touched Taken out during services and read Divided into 54 sections. One section is read each week for the year
34 The Torah Ark doors opened.
35 Rabbis A trained scholar, teacher, interpreter of Jewish law, counselor. Jesus was called Rabbi by his followers In Hebrew, the word Rabbi means My Master Conduct services like Bar Mitzvahs, weddings, and funerals
36 Keeping Kosher: Kashruth Foods must be prepared according to a set of rules Out: Pork, rabbit, eagle, owl, catfish, sturgeon, and any shellfish, insect or reptile are non-kosher Strangled meats are nonkosher Handout Soul Food
37 Keeping Kosher
38 Task Soul Food Questions
39 Shabbat Sunset Friday to Sunset Saturday Go to Synagogue for Friday prayers Candles lit to remember creation Shabbas: Sabbath meal Kiddush: Prayer over the wine Challah: Egg bread Shabbat meal in Israel (6:34)
40 Wine and Challah
41 Jewish Festivals: Rosh Hashanah Jewish New Year Occurs around the Autumn Equinox Ten day period of repentance Ends with Yom Kippur: The Day of Atonement The Shofar is sounded
42 Videos How to Blow the Shofar (1:47) How to celebrate Rosh Hashanah (2:16) CBN The Feast of The New Year (5:43)
43 Jewish Festivals: Yom Kippur Holiest day in the Jewish Year. Fasting, prayers, abstinence. Day of Atonement for sins Temple sanctuary when Hebrews were still a wandering people BCE 950 BCE-70CE: The High Priest used to enter the Holy of Holies on this day to pray for the sins of the Israelites Animals were sacrificed for the sins of the people Arthur: Is that Kosher? (12:37)
44 The Kohen Badol on Yom Kippur
45 Pesach/Passover: Matzoh Celebrates the Exodus No leavened food for a week Eldest son should fast on the first day The Sedar: Ritual service and dinner held at home on first night of Passover
46 Passover Seder Events of the Exodus are retold How to Host a Passover Seder (5:17) Learning about Passover with Rabbi Akselrad (4:14)
47 Coming of age ceremony at 13 Noam s Bar Mitzvah (9:53) Bat Mitzvah at Boston Temple (5:11) Bar/Bat Mitzvah
48 Weddings Take place under a canopy called a Chuppah Drink from a glass of wine Crush a glass under foot Orthodox Jewish wedding Brooklyn NY 2005 (6:12) Handout Jewish Sacred Writings
49 Death Cremation is not allowed Burial within 24 hours if possible (like Islam) Shiva: a seven day period of mourning Mourners stay at home Mirrors are covered How to sit Shiva (2:26) Handout Jewish Feasts and Celebrations
50 Types of Judaism Orthodox / Hasidic Accept without question that the Torah is from Heaven Services are in Hebrew; the Sabbath is strictly observed, using the rules of tradition. Only kosher food is eaten, and traditional gender roles are often maintained Reform This movement believes that both the written and spoken Torah are human creations, and that God allows for successive generations to have a different appreciation of the truth of the Torah
51 Types of Judaism Conservative Holds the middle ground between Orthodox and Reform. Recognizes the human element in revelation that God revealed the Torah both to the people and through the people. They maintain the traditional order of the services and conduct them mostly in Hebrew but want to allow some flexibility in the interpretation of Jewish law Reconstructionist The fastest growing Jewish movement Its aim is to reconstruct Judaism by making Jewish traditions more meaningful in today s world blending tradition with change ( tradition has a vote but not a veto )
52 Zionism Return of Jews to the Promised Land Began in 1896 with Theodore Herzl After the Holocaust, the state of Israel was declared in 1948 Conflict has been ongoing...
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