Flashcards in Chapter Five 2 Deck (25)
Most of the inhabitants of ___________________ were deported to Babylon when the king _________________________ destroyed the city . In order to preserve their Jewish identity, the exiles in encouraged _____________ only between Jews, studied the law, observed the _____________, continued ____________________ and met in _________________ to study prayer.
What important work was done by the Jewish scribes during the exile?
They gathered the oral tradition
How did the prophetic message of both Jeremiah and Ezekiel change in the time in and out of the exile?
Their prophesies changed from calls to warnings
The life of Jeremiah parallels the life of Moses and John the Baptist
What did Ezekiel prophesies
The great value on the temple
Isaiah prophesied the building of the new Jerusalem temple and the nations return there.
What did the prophet Isaiah 40-55 make clear about the king of Persia?
The God of Israel will save
What important lesson did the Babylonian exile teach the Israelites.
That God does not accept idolatry or the worship of false gods.
The mutual distrust between the Jews and the Samaritan’s came out because they were a mixed populations both Israelite and Assyrian dessert.
In the postexile period rabbi and scribes became very important religious figures.
What did the prophets write about in the postexile period.
To not give up on the task God gave them.
Ezra was a scribe and religious leader who helped solidify Jewish identity.
All the prophets in the post explicitly time had in someway prefigured and resembled Jesus.
The abandonment or renunciation of a religious or political belief.
The promised deliverer of the Jewish nation prophesied in the Hebrew Bible.
The land in the northern part of the kingdom of Israel.
The land God gave to his people
Kingdom of Israel
The 27,000 people that were sent into unknown lands while captive
The lost tribes of Israel
The lords day
A place of prayer for Jewish people
People of Jew and gentile mix
the study or imitation of ancient Greek culture.
The Jewish celebration around Christmas