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The first man and our first father, committed the first sin with Eve

Adam

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God's bringing into things from nothing, is good but corrupted by sin.

Creation

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Empty, until God gave form to Creation

Void

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the form taken by Satan in the Garden of Eden

Serpent

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Name of the garden given to Adam and Eve

Eden

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The first woman and first mother, created from a rib of Adam, is man's equal and complement

Eve

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Eve's second son, killed by his brother out of envy

Abel

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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.

Image

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The righteous man who, with his family, and the animals, survived the flood.

Noah

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Adam and Eve's third son and eventual heir. His line carried on the worship as oppose to the evil line of Cain.

Seth

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The land God promised to Abraham's descendants, covered the same territory as modern day Israel.

Canaan

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The visible sign of God's promise to Abraham

Circumcision

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The great deluge that destroyed the world by water, from which Noah, his family and the animals escaped. A type for baptism.

the Flood

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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.

Joseph

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Son of Abraham and Sarah. Born when they were very old, was the firstborn of Sarah.

Isaac

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Younger son of Isaac and Rebekah. Tricked Isaac into giving him his inheritance. God renewed His covenant through him.

Jacob

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Ancient rulers of Egypt, worshiped as a god

Pharoah

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Brother of and spokesman of Moses. He was the first priest of Israel.

Aaron

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Descendant of Shem and founder of the Hebrew nation. First to receive the personal call from God and he responded in faith.

Abraham

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The boat built by Noah to save his family and the animals from the flood.

Ark

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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

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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.

Jacob

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The man chosen by God to lead the Israelites out of Egypt.

Moses

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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.

Angel

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The second King of Israel, "a man after God's own heart"

David

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An idol made by Aaron when the Israelites demanded it. The people worshipped it as the god that brought them out of Egypt.

Golden Calf

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The "Second Law". It is named after one of the books of the Bible that is the second promulgation of the Law.

Deuteronomy

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Enforced removal from one's own land according to an edict or enforced residence in a foreign land.

Exile

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The mountains where Abraham offered his son to God in sacrifice.

Moriah

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The miraculous food that were given to the Israelites during their exodus in the desert.

Manna

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Heathen, one who practices idolatry; a person abandoning all religious belief

Pagan

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Another name for the land of Canaan. Named for the Philistines who settled there.

Palestine

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The first King of Israel, later replaced by David

Saul

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Son of David who inherited the kingdom and the Davidic promises. Famous for his glorious wisdom.

Solomon

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The place where God dwelt. The house of God in Jerusalem where the Ark of the Covenant was contained.

Temple

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An ornamented receptacle in the church in which the consecrated Eucharist is kept for Communion of the sick and dying.

Tabernacle

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A father or leader who leads a family or tribe. Abraham and his descendants, the founders of Israel are known as this.

Patriarch

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The 4th century BC Greek conquerer who spread his empire across the known world.Spread Hellenistic culture through out the world.

Alexander the Great

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An ancient empire ruled by bloodthirsty and wicked men; terrorized the middle-east and threatened Israel and Judah during their monarchal period.

Assyria

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A great imperial city to which the conquered people of Judah were taken captive by Nebuchadnezzar in 587 BC.

Babylon

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Greek for "Anointed". This is used in reference to Jesus because he accomplished perfectly the divine mission of priest prophet and King.

Christ

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The Persian king who conquered Babylon and allowed the Jews to return to Jerusalem.

Cyrus the Great

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Hebrew for God

Elohim

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A priest who lead the exiles in Jerusalem and gathered the books of the Old Testament

Ezra

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A member of any of the nations besides Israel

Gentile

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The worship or adoration of anything besides God. Forbidden by the First Commandment.

Idolatry

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The great prophet who guided the reforms of Hezekiah, his prophecies refer to the coming of the Messiah

Isaiah

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The people chosen by God to be his own people and inherit the promises of Abraham

Israel

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The canaanite inhabitants of Jerusalem whom the Israelites had not conquered up to the time of David

Jebusites

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A reforming king who returned the people to worship God. The Book of Law was found in the Temple during his reign

Josiah

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One of the tribes of Israel. The name was used for the southern kingdom while Israel was divided by Solomon.

Judah

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Temporary leaders appointed by God to lead during times when enemies oppressed them.

Judges

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Third book of the bible, book describes the service of God and religious ceremonies to be done by the Levites

Leviticus

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Judas Maccabeus and his brothers, leaders of the Jewish revolt against Antiochus IV.

Maccabees

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A priest who touched off the Jewish revolt, father of Judas Maccabeus.

Mattathius

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Hebrew for "Annointed". Messianism is the belief in a savior

Messiah

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King of Babylon who conquered Judah and carried off many of the inhabitants into exile

Nebbuchadnezzar II

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The Jewish feast commemorating the deliverance from slavery in Egypt.

Passover

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The great empire that conquered Babylon and freed the Jews from exile

Persia

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A powerful nation that invaded canaan from the sea and became the most hated enemies of Israel.

Philistines

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In the Old Testament, priests were from the tribe of Levi, in Greek and abbreviation of the word presbyteros, "elder"

Priest

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From the Greek Proto meaning "first" and evaggelos meaning "bringing good news", the first message of the good news

Protoevangelium

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A servant of the king who oversees all the affairs of the kingdom; the kings most trusted advisor

Prime Minister

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The mother of the reigning king. Under Solomon and his successors, this was a very influential thing

Queen Mother

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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

Remnant

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The last of the Judges, and the man chosen by God to anoint Saul and David for kings of Israel

Samuel

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Wife of Abraham and mother of Isaac

Sarah

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Original name of Sarah

Sarai

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Hebrew for "name", he was Noah's firstborn son

Shem

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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

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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

Tabernacle

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A city in Mesopotamia, original home of Abraham

Ur

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The hill on which the oldest part of Jerusalem was built

Zion