Judaism


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Synonyms for Judaism

Jews collectively who practice a religion based on the Torah and the Talmud

the monotheistic religion of the Jews having its spiritual and ethical principles embodied chiefly in the Torah and in the Talmud

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The Union for Reform Judaism (URJ) likes the partner of the convert to also attend the classes, so I am along for the ride
Modern Orthodox Judaism commands special attention precisely because it illuminates the course of how a specific manifestation of religious traditionalism has evolved on American shores during the last two hundred years.
In a second step, it focuses on how contemporary rabbis and other thinkers who were committed to the tradition and to religious concepts of Judaism redefined it in light of the new constellation.
The group met with religious leaders of Islam, Judaism and Christianity in Saudi Arabia, Israel and the Vatican during a weeklong period.
Volume III: Judaism introduces a curated selection of unpublished primary sources and texts from the most influential writers and thinkers in modern Judaism to inspire students and researchers with fresh scholarly perspectives.
The book charts the evolution of Judaism, looks at the reasons why Judaism has waned in influence, and discusses how the sacred texts of Judaism can still be relevant today.
Universal Aspects of the Kabbalah and Judaism" is a collection of writings by Schaya, including some previously unpublished material, that highlight the particular way in which Judaism expresses universal truths and concepts.
com)-- When exactly did Judaism and Christianity become two separate faiths?
in the July/August 2013 issue, Sarah Posner concludes by asking, "Is Messianic Judaism changing Judaism?
The headline is misleading: Rabbi Berger, a long-time leader of the American Council for Judaism and for many years America's most prominent Jewish critic of Zionism, was not "against Israel.
The book begins with thirteen lengthy essays (about twenty-two pages each) on modern scholarship, the history of the period, Judaism in Palestine and the Diaspora, text and canon, Jewish biblical interpretation, the Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha, Dead Sea Scrolls, Jewish literature written in Greek, archaeology and inscriptions, Jews among Greeks and Romans, Early Judaism and Christianity, and Early Judaism and Rabbinic Judaism.
His position is that early Christianity, as embodied in the Second Testament, though it may appear to have strayed beyond the boundaries of normative monotheism, was, in fact, no different in its theology than the Judaism of its time.
In contrast to Christianity, the debate between Judaism and Islam is not about God's characteristics, but rather about the prophecy itself: Moses' versus Mohammed's prophecy.
Salmon insightfully offers a stinging analysis of the common ways some preachers blithely proclaim biased stereotypes of Judaism as hypocritical, legalistic, purity-obsessed, xenophobic, and guilty of deicide.
That's the idea behind God-Optional Judaism, by Judith Seid