5.What does Hebrew law required of believers? The Hebrews were to "worship God and live justly with one another", God required you "to do justice, to love kindness, and walk humbly with God". And worship only one God, which was

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  1. U.S.History

    please check: 1. Which of the following best describes the ideology of Transcendentalists? a. humans are naturally bad b. Individuals should rely on outward rituals and group worship c. People's lives have been predetermined by God d. humans should be

  2. history

    Which belief defines Christianity as a religion separate from Judaism? A. ****** belief in one god B. belief in multiple gods C. study of the Hebrew Bible D. belief in Jesus as the savior**** it can only be one answer and i don't now which so can someone

  3. Social Studies

    What contributed to the growth of Hinduism? Select all that apply. accepting of new gods elite worship services flexibility in worship sexism against women lack of religious texts? I think A and B and maybe C

  4. history

    i need help checking my answers What teaching of Jesus most likely appealed to the poor? A. People should strive to live good lives. B. People must love God above all others. C. People are equal in the eyes of God. D. People need to ask forgiveness for

  5. social studies

    What ideas did Jesus teach his followers? Select the three correct answers.. A. ++++ to be kind and charitable B. to believe in only one God C. to be happy all the time D. to reject the teachings of the Hebrew Bible E. ++++ to attend church services on

  6. Social Studies

    How did the Diaspora change the way Jews worshipped? A. Jews traveled to Jerusalem to participate in festivals. B. Jews adopted Greek and Roman methods of worship. C. Rabbis became leaders of Jewish rituals. D. Synagogues became more important for worship.

  7. ENGLISH

    Jonathan Edwards was a____. (1 point) politician farmer slave owner preacher ~ 2. Why is Edwards’s God so angry? (1 point) because men are sinful and wicked ~ because the Puritans left Europe because Native Americans worship different gods none of the

  8. World history

    9. What evidence best supports the influence of the Moche culture on the Inca empire? A. the creation of the geoglyphs B. the existence of the road networks C. the extensive nature of Incan trade D. the worship of a sun god

  9. HIstory

    Read the sentence. According to Rousseau, an agreement between citizens and the government in which citizens empower the government to make laws as long as it serves the people is known as _[blank]_. Which most accurately completes the sentence? tort

  10. Social Studies

    Why did the monks and nuns promise to live their entire lives within their religious communities? A. They needed to live alone to practice Christianity freely. B. They made a vow to devote their entire lives to god.***** C. They could better provide

  11. Social Studies

    1.What was the original goal of the leaders of the Reformation? A. to found new Protestant churches*** B. to defend and spread Church teachings throughout the world C. to create a theocracy based on Christian teachings D. to fix corruption and problems in

  12. history

    Which of the following statements best describes the Exodus? A.The Exodus refers to Moses leading the Israelites out of Egypt and into the Sinai Desert. B.The Exodus refers to the succession of King David after the death of his father-in-law King Saul.**

  13. Art

    What is the symbolism behind the eye at the top of the pyramid on a United States dollar, and what does this image say about America's national identity? A. The eye represent God's clarity and America's identity as a nation protected by God. B. The eye

  14. History Western Civil

    When Akhenaten died and was succeeded by Tutankhaten: a. Tutankhaten continued the religious reforms of his predecessor. b. the priests of Amon knew their cause was hopeless. c. the young pharaoh stepped down from the throne, knowing he was too young to

  15. History

    Which features describe the religion handed down in jewish scripture? Select all that apply. A) Belief in opposing forces of good and evil B) Call to spread jewish belief in the diaspora C)Guidance from the sacred text known as the torah D)Obedience to the

  16. Bible

    How do we know Jesus was the Prophet sent from God? He quoted Scripture. He explained His genealogy. The words He spoke were from God. His teachings prove He was the prophet whom God would send.

  17. Social Studies

    Why did accepting new gods help Hinduism grow? A.New gods gave people new inspiration for regular worship. B. It meant people didn't have to give up their old gods when converting to Hinduism. C. People enjoyed making up new gods for Hinduism. D. It meant

  18. Social Studies

    The most likely reason why an ancient Greek might worship more than one god is that ______________. A. Each god offered different help in areas of life B. he or she wasn't sure which of the gods were real C. the popularity of gods changed over time D. he

  19. history

    What type of law is created by a legislative body? (1 point) common law constitutional law natural law statutory law

  20. World History--Please, help me! (Ms. Sue)

    1. What were the major beliefs of Judaism and how did they influence Western culture? A: The major beliefs of Judaism were monotheism and righteousness. These Jewish beliefs became markers of the Western tradition: human beings are separate from nature and

  21. World history-can you check my answes?!?!?!

    1. The ability to acquire food on a regular basis meant that humans? A)had less control over their environment. B)could give up their nomadic way of life and live in settled communities. C)could use animals as pets. D)could use fire to cook their food. 2.

  22. English

    If you had read The Last Judgement could you please help me? God...."The fifth and sixth people were an old married couple;he finished them off with an axe and found practically no money, although they had more than twent thousand hidden away." Kugler

  23. Art

    what is the symbol behind the eye on top of the pyramid on the united state dollar and what does this image say about the american national identity? A. The eye represent god's clarity and America's identity as a nation protect by God.•• B. The eye

  24. literature/peotry

    why did e. e. cummings write the poem Mariann Morre --M in a vicious world-to love virtue A in a craven world-to have courage R in a treacherous world-to prove loyal I in a wavering world-to stand firm A in a cruel world-to show mercy N in a biased

  25. religion

    Which of the following is NOT accurate? A. Hindus recognize the authority of the Vedas, whereas Jains do not. B. For Hindus the ultimate goal is to achieve moksha; for Jains the ultimate goal is to try to respect all life forms. C. Hindus believe in a

  26. World History Answer Check--Help me!

    1. What were the major beliefs of Judaism and how did they influence Western culture? A: The major beliefs of Judaism were monotheism and righteousness. These Jewish beliefs became markers of the Western tradition: human beings are separate from nature and

  27. history

    What was the purpose of the Council of Trent? A. To punish heretics and non-believers B. To put Martin Luther on trial for attacking the church C. To prosecute Jews and force them to live in ghettos D. To reform the Catholic Church from within

  28. Philosophy

    What are we required to do and why are we required to do it? Define how the following theories attempt to provide an answer to the question above Natural Law, Virtue Ethics, and Contract Theory

  29. religion, presentation

    how can i describe to a 9yr old kid about the relationship with god/torah. In one slide of a power point presentation that can only consist of approximately 5lines and five words per bulleted item without having the child confused and not understand me.

  30. History

    Which of these stories in the Bible would have had the largest impact on an enslaved person? A rich young ruler is told to give all his wealth to the poor. God leads the Hebrews out of forced servitude in Egypt.*** Jesus is betrayed by Judas Iscariot, one

  31. history

    Which best describes the type of religious worship in the Sumerian Empire? Sumerians followed the Quran and spread the gospel of Islam throughout Mesopotamia. Sumerians worshiped many gods including a sun god, a moon god, a river god, and a fertility god.

  32. world history

    11. Which of the following is not one of the new thoughts of or about God that were formulated in the Axial Age? A. Many Gods B. Divine God [C. Single God] D. Involved God

  33. Social studies

    The shared belief in a single God who lays out a proper and moral way to live is known as

  34. World history; Check:P

    I fixed it. I'm ready to be criticize again. Please check? Indo - Europeans Essay How did the religion of the Hebrews differ from many of the religions of their neighbors? Hebrews were monotheists. They prayed to only one god, unlike their neighbors. Their

  35. World history; Check:P

    How's this so far? :) I kind of tried my best. Indo - Europeans Essay How did the religion of the Hebrews differ from many of the religions of their neighbors? Hebrews were monotheists they prayed to only one god, unlike their neighbors. Their neighbors

  36. history

    Among what people did the worship of one god first emerge and become the foundation of a major religion?

  37. World History Answer Check (Ms. Sue)

    1. What is the Socratic method and what is its legacy? A: The Socratic Method is a form of inquiry and debate, usually via rhetorical questions, between two or more individuals of opposing perspectives that aims to stimulate critical thinking and either

  38. history

    Mark each statement if it describes a characteristic or use of a Gothic cathedral. A. had tall spires, lofty towers, and pointed arches B. was a place of safety as well as a house of worship C. had flying buttresses to support the walls D. architectural

  39. Social Studies

    How did the Diaspora change the way Jews worshipped? A. Jews traveled to Jerusalem to participate in festivals. B. Jews adopted Greek and Roman methods of worship. C. Rabbis became leaders of Jewish rituals. D. *********** Synagogues became more important

  40. LITERATURE

    In the poem "God's Grandeur," we find the words reck and rod. By analysis we can determine that the word rod probably comes from the Bible and means A. God's power. B. a principle of ethics. C. God's wrath. D. a tool of correction.

  41. Writting papers

    Please critique and correct this document in APA STYLE AND FORMAT. Nursing Theory as the Basis of Care Who am I? One of the greatest ironies of my life is that my generation has eyes yet can not see they have ears and yet can not hear. My generation has

  42. World history; HELP

    That's all I have so far. I need to add more. Help please? How did the religion of the Hebrews differ from many of the religions of their neighbors? Hebrews were monotheists they prayed to only one god, unlike their neighbors. Their neighbors were

  43. World history; Check:P

    Check please and help with #5. I have an answer but believe I'm wrong. 1.How did environmental features in Anatolia help the Hittites advance technologically? The Hattians were indigenous people who lived in Central Anatolia. As they lived in the

  44. English

    The song lyrics say that we live to worship the Lord. to worship the Lord is the infinitive phrase I say an adverb because it is how we live

  45. global

    What did ancient Hebrews need to do to please their god?

  46. Social Studies

    Can someone tell me how the Hebrew idea "belief in god" is affected in Western civilization?

  47. WORLD RELIGION

    What god, if any, do Buddhists worship?

  48. social studies

    The First Amendment begins: Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof. What was the motivation for making this idea a cornerstone of American law? (1 point) Churches did not want to pay

  49. English Literature

    "But it was for I would have lived to have loved God better and longer time, that I might by the grace of that living have the more knowing and loving of God in the bless of heaven." Can you tell me what this quote from Julian of Norwich, "The book of

  50. ethics

    This is the question i was asked, "The things that will destroy us are: politics without principle; pleasure without conscience; wealth without work; knowledge without character; business without morality; science without humanity; and worship without

  51. ISLAMIC

    I refer to the verse 22:78. “And make jihad in God’s cause with true jihad. It is He who has chosen you, and has laid no hardship on you in religion; the creed of your forefather Abraham. It is He who has named you Muslims, in bygone times and in this

  52. Social Studies

    1. Where did most Muslims in the Arab Empire live? a. in cities b. near Makkah c. in apartment buildings d. in villages 2. Muslim scholars a. preserved ancient learning. b. did not do original work. c. misunderstood math. d. were greatly persecuted. 3.How

  53. SS

    You have a large farm made up of mostly flat terrain in Eastern Europe. You use mechanized equipment to plant and harvest grains, like wheat and barley. Which statement is most likely true? A. You live in Greece. B. You live in southern Russia C. You live

  54. aztecs

    what was the clothing of the Aztec god, Quetzacoatl? like you know when every year or so the aztec would choose 1 person to represent a god and they would wear the special clothing the aztecs made for that god

  55. World history; Check:P

    5.What does Hebrew law required of believers? The Hebrews were to "worship God and live justly with one another", God required you "to do justice, to love kindness, and walk humbly with God". And worship only one God, which was him.

  56. Global 1

    Sumerians worship their gods from the ziggurat the largest building in the city ancient Egyptians built temples to worship their gods and pyramids as homes for their God-kings how did the ancient Hebrews maintain their religion as they traveled from place

  57. Social Studies

    Ruth’s husband died and he was a Hebrew, but Ruth, herself, was not. After Ruth’s husband died, Naomi, Ruth’s mother-in-law planned to go to Israel. Ruth wanted to go with Naomi. Naomi told Ruth that there would be nothing profitable there for her

  58. Social Studies

    Choose 2 of the following and describe how the ideas of the Hebrew traditions are reflected in Western civilization: belief in God, observance of law, practice of the concepts of righteousness and justice, and importance of study. (This is for a project.

  59. history

    Sennacherib explains in his own words on a tablet that was discovered by archaeologists: "He [Hezekiah a Hebrew king,] sent [a convoy] after me to Nineveh, my royal city with 30 talents of gold, 800 talents of silver, jewels, antimony ... couches of ivory,

  60. research paper

    can you provide me with other good points that you might think i should discuss in my paper within the outline that you provided me with. I just don't want to miss anything and give everything that is important for the comparing and contrasting of the two

  61. essay

    God is essential to the existence of Immaculee in Left to Tell.God is three persons in the book Life of Pi and God is a false god in Lord of the flies.In these three books God is seen in many different forms.Belief in God and his goodness can help people

  62. World History Answer Check (Ms. Sue)

    1. What were the major beliefs of Judaism and how did they influence Western culture? A: The major beliefs of Judaism were monotheism and righteousness. These Jewish beliefs became markers of the Western tradition: human beings are separate from nature and

  63. World History Answer Check

    1. What were the major beliefs of Judaism and how did they influence Western culture? A: The major beliefs of Judaism were monotheism and prophets. These Jewish beliefs became markers of the Western tradition: human beings are separate from nature and must

  64. Religion

    Many English translations of Genesis state that God "created" or "made" humankind. Explain several shades of Hebrew meaning not communicated in English.

  65. ENGLISH

    Could you check it? Thank you! Why is Jonathan's God so angry? because men are sinful and wicked* because the Puritans left Europe because Native Americans worship different gods none of the above

  66. English

    How would I change these sentences from the passive to active voice? The Epistle to the Hebrews is said to have been written anywhere from 60-95 C.E . The authorship of the Epistle to the Hebrews has been a heavily debated issue since the passage was

  67. English

    Which implicit element of the analogy in these lines is analogous to "family worship"? Breakfast over, Aunt Polly had family worship: it began with a prayer built from the ground up of solid courses of Scriptural quotations, welded together with a thin

  68. World History Answer Check

    1. What were the major beliefs of Judaism and how did they influence Western culture? A: The major beliefs of Judaism were monotheism and righteousness. These Jewish beliefs became markers of the Western tradition: human beings are separate from nature and

  69. social studies

    What does the Hebrew Bible mean to Jews? What does the second book of the Hebrew Bible, Prophets, contain? What are the laws of the Torah about?

  70. english

    Hello. I am writing an essay about ancient religions in the Middle East, Sumerian and Hebrew. I am wondering whether I should write in the past or present tense because Hebrew is still around today (referred to as Jewish) and there is probably some

  71. History

    @damon @Ms. Sue ..... I'm not sure if this tags you or not, but please help! Which belief defines Christianity as a religion separate from Judaism? A. belief in one god B. belief in multiple gods C. study of the Hebrew Bible D. belief in Jesus as the

  72. Religous studies

    Im 11 and i need to know how to research the following and be able to understand it myself.I'm finding this hard. 1)Three examples of what believers would say of evidence of God in the world. 2)Describe the problem of evil 3)Describe a christian response

  73. Social Studies

    What is one important way the Hebrew and Phoenician cultures differed from other early civilizations? A.They relied on a single major river to furnish water for irrigating their crops. B.Their religion centered around a single god. C.They were both skilled

  74. Judaism

    Can someone give me ideas I have to do a powerpoint presentation about Judaism to a younger person ages 9-14. Judaism began about 3000 BCE when Abraham led his people to believe in one God. Moses was a Jewish prophet who gave us the Ten Commandments as he

  75. world history

    Which of the following is not one of the new thoughts of or about God that were formulated in the Axial Age? A. Involved God B. Divine God C. Many Gods D. Single God

  76. Civics

    Use what you know about the case of Gideon v. Wainwright to determine which of the following phrases is etched on Gideon's gravestone. Each era finds an improvement in law for the benefit of mankind. Poverty is its own protection against abuses of

  77. Egypt

    What was the importance of Anubis to Ancient Egyptians? The jackal-god of mummification, he assisted in the rites by which a dead man was admitted to the underworld. Anubis was worshipped as the inventor of embalming and who embalmed the dead Osiris and

  78. religion, help

    this is what i have for my next slide of information that i think could be used. title: jerusalem *capital and largest city *location between mediterranean sea and dead sea *the holiest city *center of many battles end notes is what i am also having

  79. Religion

    could someone translate this into words that a teenager would use? All the believers were one in heart and mind. No one claimed that any of their possessions was their own, but they shared everything they had. 33 With great power the apostles continued to

  80. art

    what is the symbolism behind the eye at the top of the pyramid on a United States dollar , and what does this image say about America's national identity? A. the eye represents God's clarity and America's identity as a nation protected by God B. The eye

  81. English

    On "The Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass" (chapter 1) : Quote the law about children of slave women. What is the result of the law? How does it contradict the argument that God cursed Ham, therefore, slavery is justified? I know the story of

  82. mechanics

    I refer to the verse 22:78. “And make jihad in God’s cause with true jihad. It is He who has chosen you, and has laid no hardship on you in religion; the creed of your forefather Abraham. It is He who has named you Muslims, in bygone times and in this

  83. English

    Please check this paragraph.please. Wrongdoing and wickedness are as old as first man born in the world. These problems are so great that man cannot cope with it himself. Man can not escape way from wrongful act and the bad conscience without the help of

  84. Grammar

    Select the correctly punctuated sentence: A) He said, "There but for the grace of God go I." B) He said "There but for the grace of God go I." C) He said, "There but for the grace of God go I". D) He said "There but for the grace of God go I". My answer is

  85. early childhood education

    A child’s spiritual growth can be measured in terms of his or her ability to trust, to give love willingly, and to: a.give the most money at worship services. b.attend worship services regularly. c.accept self and others. d.spend time praying every day.

  86. English Help 2

    Through out her poetry, she seems to be very passionate about her love .she talks about her lover “He seems to me Equal to Gods” .She thinks ,Her love for that man is undesirable .She loves him very much that she worship him like a God. She is at the

  87. English

    Read the following sentence: Moses was a hebrew prophet and led his people out of captivity. What is the simple subject of this sentence? A: Hebrew prophet B: people C: Captivity D: Moses Answer A ?

  88. religion

    what did hebrews do to please their gods?

  89. English

    Thousands at His bidding speed And post o'er land and ocean without rest: They also serve who only stand and wait." God sends angels to whisper His will into people's ears. A person who does not dream of greatness cannot have faith in God. A person does

  90. Religion Correction/edit

    I have to find the following for Hinduism. can someone correct them for me please. what i need to find: Country of origin My answer: India Historical figures and events My answer: Theres no founder. Hinduism was developed out of Brahminism Central

  91. Bible Work

    The heathen are without excuse because? A. Nature Reveals God B. Men Rejected God when they knew him C. Men prefer sin to God D. all of these I think it is D

  92. History

    My friend wanted help and I didn't know how to do what she wanted so I asked for her. How did the Diaspora change the way Jews worshipped? A. Jews traveled to Jerusalem to participate in festivals. B. Jews adopted Greek and Roman methods of worship. C.

  93. Religion

    State the Argument from Religious Experience, does God really exists? *Explain the argument's strengths * Explain (two) of the argument's weaknesses *Explain which attributes of God are supported by the argument. For example, "Is the God proven to exist

  94. social studies

    where were kush,hebrews and egyptian located

  95. social sudies

    what was the first five books of the hebrews bible called?

  96. Social Studies

    Could I get your opinion on something, which law would you repeal in your state? I'm not going to take your answer but I just need some ideas. Thanks! God Bless, and happy Valentine's day!!

  97. social studies

    what is the time period for kush,hebrews and egyptian

  98. History

    Was monotheism a genuine introduction by Islam or was it an old idea borrowed from other cultures? Monotheism was around long before Islam. The Christians and Jews are Monotheists. Monotheism, although there is debate over whether there were likely

  99. English

    I need to know the phonetic spelling of the name of the African God known as Sagbata. He was the god of smallpox. Yoruba It looks like Sagbata is spelled phonetically. You could check this site for a different spelling (and another name) for this god.

  100. English Writing

    People believe in God because... And there is life on earth because... And people who believe in God think that God has put human beings on this earth because... Could you help me? I'm not English speaker so I don't know how can I write continue of these

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