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SSWH5

SSWH5 MRS. GRAHAM FALL 2018 Happy Wednesday!! Please grab Vocabulary & Abrahamic Religions Charts when you walk in! Scan the QR code and fill out the form

The code can be scanned by your smart camera (sometimes), or Snapchat When you are finished, try to fill out as much of the vocab chart as you can. Do this on your own! I want to see where you are before we begin

A video on the Hajj will be playing. Might be a good idea to pay attention! Insert student wordle here Insert student wordle here The Great Schism The Bishop in Constantinople split from the Catholic Church. Disputes over communion,

priest marriage, and excommunication First major fractioning of Christianity The split would shape Europe for centuries Rome no longer had any authority over the Byzantine Insert student wordle here Basic Beliefs of Islam

Conquered people do not have to convert, only pay a larger tax. Followers of Judaism and Christianity are specifically mentioned in the Quran as people of the book Five Pillars of Islam 1. Shahadah- declaring there is no god except God (Allah), and Muhammad is Gods messenger 2. Salat- Prayer five times a day 3. Zekat- Giving 2.5% of ones savings to the poor 4. Sawm- Fasting during the holy month of Ramadan

5. Hajj- Pilgrimage to Mecca Baghdad: The Center of learning Under the Abbasid Caliphate (750- 1258 CE), Baghdad became the center for learning The Persian ruling class moved the capital to Baghdad Baghdad becomes the center of learning Large library held the work of Greek philosophers, Greek scientist, and Buddhist and Hindu text Openness to foreigners and their ideas

Possibly largest blending of cultures since Hellenistic times Brought to an end by the Mongols What do the Abrahamic religions all have in common? All three use a religious text that provide guidelines ethical and moral behaviors as well as how to govern believers Judaism- Torah

Christians- The Bible Islam- The Qur'an All three recognize Abraham, Moses and other figures from the old testament as important religious figures

All three believe in fundamental monotheism All three originated in the same region, and claim several of the same cities as religious holy sites Fundamental differences in the Abrahamic religions Judaism

Judaism does not actively seek converts and the religion is associated with a group of people Christianity Christians Catholic believe Jesus was the son of God (or Messiah) leaders must remain unmarried

Islam Islam is the newest and only Abrahamic tradition to reference the other two in the holy text Ibn Sina (980- 1037 CE) Often known by Latin name Avicenna Gained

great advances in the field of medicine Created the Canon of Medicine Became the standard medical text book for

centuries Ibn Battuta (1304-1368 CE) Moroccan explorer Traveled the known Muslim world Recorded his travels in the Rihla (translated to Journey) Helped link Africa to the Islamic World The most well traveled man to date

Abrahamic Religions Chart Complete as much of the Abrahamic Religions Chart as you can using your Vocabulary chart (what we just filled out) You may work with your elbow partner if you choose

Dont stress about completing every single box. We will go over this and fill everything out as a group. Work Session- in pairs Compare and Contrast Judaism, Christianity, and Islam in a well-constructed paragraph. Be sure to include at least one similarity and one difference between each religion.

It might be a good idea to brainstorm before writing Suggestions: Venn Diagram Thought bubble

T-chart Only one paragraph per pair! Ticket Out The Door On the front of a note card, list one word associated with any of the religions we talked about. On the back, define it and explain its significance.

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