Judiasm

Kayla Lee
Mind Map by Kayla Lee, updated more than 1 year ago
Kayla Lee
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This mind map is about Monotheism religions; Christianity, and Judiasm

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Judiasm
  1. Abraham
    1. Father of Jews

      Annotations:

      • Abraham's real name is Abram. God changed his name to Abraham because Abraham means father of many. Abraham is now known for introducing the belief if only one god. 
    2. Moses
      1. The great leader of the Hebrews

        Annotations:

        • Moses is the leader of the Isrealities.
      2. David
        1. Solomon
          1. Father of King David, a king

            Annotations:

            • Solomon built the great temple in Jerusalem that got ruined. The temple was rebuilt but was ruined again. Now only the Western wall remain and a lot of tourists go there.
          2. Son of king Solomon, a king

            Annotations:

            •  David beat the Israelites fiercest warrior, Goliath by just a single stone. David's courage and faith rewarded him to be the king. King David found the kingdom called Israel. David defeated a lot of the Philistines as well as other enemies.  
            1. Monotheistic Religions
            2. The Torah
              1. A book that described the Early Jewish history

                Annotations:

                • The torah contains most of the information about the Jews culture we now know. The Torah contains written records and teachings of the Jews, as well as hundreds of commandments that direct moral and religious conduct. It also contains early Jewish history. 
              2. The ten commandments
                1. 10 laws God given to Moses

                  Annotations:

                  • The Torah says that the Hebrews wandered through the wilderness. During this time God gave Moses ten laws. The ten commandments were tablets were carved on stone. The first one is," You shall have no other god before me. 
                2. Christianity
                  1. Jesus
                    1. A god

                      Annotations:

                      • A god that introduced the belief in one god. Jesus taught us a lot of things. Jesus was the god of Christianity. Jesus was killed on the cross.
                    2. Judea
                      1. The birthplace of Jesus

                        Annotations:

                        • Judea is in modern day Isreal. It is the birthplace of Jesus. 
                      2. The Gospel
                        1. An account of the life and teachings of Jesus Christ

                          Annotations:

                          •  Gospels, which are accounts of Jesus's life that were written in Greek some years after his death. The followers' names have come down to us as Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John.  
                        2. Paul
                          1. A christian missionary

                            Annotations:

                            • Paul didn't believe in Christianity at first. But one day, when he was riding a horse he fell. There was a blinding light from heaven. He heard the voice of god. He adopted the religion Christianity and became a missionary of Christianity. Paul is now known as one of the founders of Christianity. Paul 
                          2. Jesus' teachings
                            1. For example: You shall love your neighbor as yourself

                              Annotations:

                              • Jesus had really different point of views with the Romans. He disagreed with most of the Roman teachings so he had his own. He disagreed with money exchanging. The two most important teachings are," You shall love the LORD your God with all your heart and all your soul." and "You shall love your neighbor as yourself.”
                            2. Parables
                              1. A simple story that explains a moral or religious lesson

                                Annotations:

                                • There are many famous parables. For example: The boy who cried wolf, the mouse and the lion, The Unforgiving, The Lost Coin, and the Parable of the Prodigal Son
                              2. Disciples
                                1. A person who helps spread a religious teachings of another

                                  Annotations:

                                  • A desciple is a person who follows Jesus. Jesus had twelve desciples who followed him his whole life.
                                2. The death of Jesus
                                  1. Jesus dies on the cross

                                    Annotations:

                                    • The Romans declaired that Jesus must be killed. Jesus went to a Jewish festival of Passover to celebrate. After a final meal with his disciples, Jesus went to pray in a garden. Judas then reported where Jesus could be found. The final meal is now known as the last supper. Jesus was nailed on a cross until he died. Jesus was burried in a stone carved tomb by faithful followers. Three days later, he rose from the dead.
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