The Hebrew religion is known as _______.
Accounts of the Hebrews’ early history appear in five sacred books called the _______.
In a journey known as the _______ the Hebrews made their way out of Egypt, where they had been held as slaves.
According to Hebrew history, Moses was chosen by God to receive a collection of moral laws known as the _______.
The Hebrew people made a _______ or a solemn agreement, to follow God’s law.
The Hebrews believed the land of _______ was promised to them by God. This land was described as “flowing with milk and honey.”
Israel’s first king was a man named _______, chosen for his military leadership.
Shortly after the death of King Solomon, Israel’s Twelve Tribes formed two kingdoms. One was called Israel and the other was called _______.
Unlike most other ancient peoples, the Hebrews practiced _______, the belief in only one god.
Written by early Jewish scholars, the _______ contains explanations and interpretations of the other sacred texts.