Flashcards in Clause Chapter 5 Deck (73):
The first man and our first father, committed the first sin with Eve
God's bringing into things from nothing, is good but corrupted by sin.
Empty, until God gave form to Creation
the form taken by Satan in the Garden of Eden
Name of the garden given to Adam and Eve
The first woman and first mother, created from a rib of Adam, is man's equal and complement
Eve's second son, killed by his brother out of envy
A representation of something such as a statue or picture. Humans are in the image of God, which means we are capable of loving and acknowledging His Creation.
The righteous man who, with his family, and the animals, survived the flood.
Adam and Eve's third son and eventual heir. His line carried on the worship as oppose to the evil line of Cain.
The land God promised to Abraham's descendants, covered the same territory as modern day Israel.
The visible sign of God's promise to Abraham
The great deluge that destroyed the world by water, from which Noah, his family and the animals escaped. A type for baptism.
Jacob's favorite of twelve sons, His envious brothers sold him as a slave. Became prime minister of Egypt and saved his family from famine.
Son of Abraham and Sarah. Born when they were very old, was the firstborn of Sarah.
Younger son of Isaac and Rebekah. Tricked Isaac into giving him his inheritance. God renewed His covenant through him.
Ancient rulers of Egypt, worshiped as a god
Brother of and spokesman of Moses. He was the first priest of Israel.
Descendant of Shem and founder of the Hebrew nation. First to receive the personal call from God and he responded in faith.
The boat built by Noah to save his family and the animals from the flood.
An ornate box that held the tablets of the Law, the rod of Aaron, and some manna, it represented God's throne on Earth.
Ark of the Covenant
The younger son of Isaac and Rebekah. He tricked his brother Esau into giving him the birthright and inheritance. Through him God renewed man's covenant with Him.
The man chosen by God to lead the Israelites out of Egypt.
From the Greek "angelos", meaning messenger. A spiritual, immortal creature possessing intelligence and freewill, who glorifies God without ceasing and serves God as protector and messenger to man.
The second King of Israel, "a man after God's own heart"
An idol made by Aaron when the Israelites demanded it. The people worshipped it as the god that brought them out of Egypt.
The "Second Law". It is named after one of the books of the Bible that is the second promulgation of the Law.
Enforced removal from one's own land according to an edict or enforced residence in a foreign land.
The mountains where Abraham offered his son to God in sacrifice.
The miraculous food that were given to the Israelites during their exodus in the desert.
Heathen, one who practices idolatry; a person abandoning all religious belief
Another name for the land of Canaan. Named for the Philistines who settled there.
The first King of Israel, later replaced by David
Son of David who inherited the kingdom and the Davidic promises. Famous for his glorious wisdom.
The place where God dwelt. The house of God in Jerusalem where the Ark of the Covenant was contained.
An ornamented receptacle in the church in which the consecrated Eucharist is kept for Communion of the sick and dying.
A father or leader who leads a family or tribe. Abraham and his descendants, the founders of Israel are known as this.
The 4th century BC Greek conquerer who spread his empire across the known world.Spread Hellenistic culture through out the world.
Alexander the Great
An ancient empire ruled by bloodthirsty and wicked men; terrorized the middle-east and threatened Israel and Judah during their monarchal period.
A great imperial city to which the conquered people of Judah were taken captive by Nebuchadnezzar in 587 BC.
Greek for "Anointed". This is used in reference to Jesus because he accomplished perfectly the divine mission of priest prophet and King.
The Persian king who conquered Babylon and allowed the Jews to return to Jerusalem.
Cyrus the Great
Hebrew for God
A priest who lead the exiles in Jerusalem and gathered the books of the Old Testament
A member of any of the nations besides Israel
The worship or adoration of anything besides God. Forbidden by the First Commandment.
The great prophet who guided the reforms of Hezekiah, his prophecies refer to the coming of the Messiah
The people chosen by God to be his own people and inherit the promises of Abraham
The canaanite inhabitants of Jerusalem whom the Israelites had not conquered up to the time of David
A reforming king who returned the people to worship God. The Book of Law was found in the Temple during his reign
One of the tribes of Israel. The name was used for the southern kingdom while Israel was divided by Solomon.
Temporary leaders appointed by God to lead during times when enemies oppressed them.
Third book of the bible, book describes the service of God and religious ceremonies to be done by the Levites
Judas Maccabeus and his brothers, leaders of the Jewish revolt against Antiochus IV.
A priest who touched off the Jewish revolt, father of Judas Maccabeus.
Hebrew for "Annointed". Messianism is the belief in a savior
King of Babylon who conquered Judah and carried off many of the inhabitants into exile
The Jewish feast commemorating the deliverance from slavery in Egypt.
The great empire that conquered Babylon and freed the Jews from exile
A powerful nation that invaded canaan from the sea and became the most hated enemies of Israel.
In the Old Testament, priests were from the tribe of Levi, in Greek and abbreviation of the word presbyteros, "elder"
From the Greek Proto meaning "first" and evaggelos meaning "bringing good news", the first message of the good news
A servant of the king who oversees all the affairs of the kingdom; the kings most trusted advisor
The mother of the reigning king. Under Solomon and his successors, this was a very influential thing
What is left after a disaster. In the prophecy of Isaiah, the small number of God's people will return to Jerusalem after the coming exile
The last of the Judges, and the man chosen by God to anoint Saul and David for kings of Israel
Wife of Abraham and mother of Isaac
Original name of Sarah
Hebrew for "name", he was Noah's firstborn son
Te queen to a wealthy country to the south. She came to Jerusalem to test Solomon's wisdom, which led her to praise God
Queen of Sheba
An ornamented receptacle in the church which the eucharist is paced in order for it to be used in the sacrament of communion of the sick and dying
A city in Mesopotamia, original home of Abraham