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Brother of and spokesperson for Moses. First priest of Israel

Aaron

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Adam and Eve's second son. Because his sacrifice was accepted by God, he was murdered by his envious brother Cain

Abel

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A descendant of Shem and the founder of the Hebrew nation. First to receive a personal call from God (at 70 yrs. old) and he responded in Faith

Abraham

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The first man and our first father. He, together with Eve, committed first sin (Original Sin)

Adam

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The 4th century BC Greek conqueror who spread his empire across the known world. Despite his empire's breakup after his death, _____'s conquest spread the Hellenistic (Greek) culture throughout the world

Alexander the Great

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From the Greek angelos, a translation of the Hebrew malak, meaning messenger. A spiritual, personal, no immortal creature, possessing the intelligence and free will, who glorifies God without ceasing and serves God as protector of message to man

Angel

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The vessel but by Noah to save his family and the animals from the Flood

Ark

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The ornate box that held the tablets of the Law (10 commandments), the rod of Aaron, and some manna; represents God's throne on earth

Ark of the Covenant

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An ancient empire ruled by bloodthirsty and wicked men; it theorized the whole Middle East and constantly threatened Israel and Judah during the monarchic period. Eventually the Assyrians destroyed Israel and scattered it people

Assyria

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

Babylon

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Adam and Eve's first son, and murderer of Abel. The Lord out a mark on Cain so that no one would kill him

Cain

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

Calf, Golden

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The land God promised to Abraham's descendants. It covered about the same territory as modern-day Israel. It's inhabitants were idol-worship pets who even sacrificed their own children in rituals

Canaan

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Greek of anointed. This is used in reference to ____ because he accomplished perfectly the divine mission if Priest, Prophet, and King, signified by his being anointed as _____.

Christ

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The visible sign of God's promise to Abraham.

Circumsision

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God's bringing things into being out of nothing. _____ is good! but it has been corrupted by sin.

Creation

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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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The second king of Israel, a "man father God's own heart."

David

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Greek for "second law." It is the name of one of the books of he Bible that is second promulgation of the Law. It also restates many of the important laws given in Exodus, including the 10 commandments.

Deuteronomy

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The name given to the garden in which God placed Adam and Eve.

Eden

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Hebrew word for God.

Elohim

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The 1st woman and our first mother. Eve was created from the rib of Adam, thus woman, unlike the animals, is man's equivalent and complement.

Eve

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Enforced removal from one's native land according to a edict or enforced residence in a foreign land. The time the people of Judah spent as captives in Babylon.

Exile

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Greek for "going out." Liberation of the Hebrew people forms livery in Egypt into the Promise Land but he saving acts of God. The Book of ______ recounts these events. The words describes the liberation from slavery to sin into eternal life by the saving acts of Jesus the Christ.

Exodus

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

Ezra

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He great dulce that destroyed the world by water, from which only Noah, his family and the animals inboard escaped. The ____ is a type of the Sacrament of Baptism through which sin is destroyed.

Flood

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A member of any nation outside of Israel.

Gentile

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The or ship or adoration due God alone paid to any created object. It is forbidden by the 1st Commandment. Idolatry id distinct from veneration given to saints and holy objects implicitly allowed by the Incarnation as defined at the Seventh Ecumenical Council (Nicaea II, AD 787).

Idolatry