Judaism: Origins and DevelopmentJudaism: Origins and Development
Abraham one day and made a sacred agreement, or covenant, with him. Abraham promised that he and his descendants would follow God’s teachings and God promised to love them. Abraham’s descendants were known as the Israelites
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Cultural Interaction Religions spread cultural ideas and also changed as they expanded around the world. Their interaction with other cultures and belief systems was sometimes peaceful and sometimes not. Political StructuresCultural Interaction Religions spread cultural ideas and also changed as they expanded around the world. Their interaction with other cultures and belief systems was sometimes peaceful and sometimes not. Political Structures
Middle East, India, and China. Judaism was well established in the Middle East, and later Christianity and Islam developed there. Hinduism and Buddhism arose in India. And China developed Confucianism
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In what ways can we be introduced to Hindu culture, practices and beliefs?In what ways can we be introduced to Hindu culture, practices and beliefs?
One hour per week for half a term on selected aspects and another similar allocation in another year: or 2 hours per week using the cross-curricula approaches indicated in the text
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Judaism, Christianity, and IslamJudaism, Christianity, and Islam
Christianity, and Islam—share some common traits. The most important is monotheism, the belief in a single, all-powerful God. They also believe in prophets, holy people who revealed the word of God
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Judaism: Origins and DevelopmentJudaism: Origins and Development
The most important is monotheism [monotheism: belief in one God], the belief in a single, all-powerful God. They also believe in prophets, holy people who revealed the word of God
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