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Judaism Cathy Bandelow HUM 130/Religions of the World Robin Rabiner, MA
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    Relationship with God/Torah   Israel refers to those who answer the  call of God.  The Torah  or teaching was given to  the patriarchs, Moses and the  prophets.  
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    History of Key Sacred Tests  Tanakh  Pentateuch  The twelve tribes of Israel
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    Ten Commandments Given to Moses  on Mount Sinai Later called the  Torah Guidelines for  social and morals  values. file:/ /home/vdimitrov/My%20Pictures/Tata/Moses1.jpg
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Jerusalem and The Nation of Israel First great Temple built in Jerusalem Jerusalem is the home to Judaism. Israel became a nation in 1947. Capital City is Tel Aviv Political and social fighting have occurred throughout history
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Different Sects of Judaism Orthodox Reform Conservative Hasidism
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Unformatted text preview: Kabbalah The Holocaust Estimated 6 million Jews were killed in Nazi Germany and Nazi occupied Poland. Jews were killed in gas chambers. Some were cremated and others were buried in mass graves. Persecution of the Jews by Nazis and Fascist prior and during World War II Sacred Practices and Holidays Rosh Hashana Hanukkah Yom Kippur Passover Judaism Today Orthodox Jews hold true to the Hebrew scriptures. The reform movement. Hassidic Jews. References Borrow, M. November 2008. World Religions Information on the Jewish Religion. http://www.woodlands-junior.kent.sch.uk/Homework/religion/jewish.htm Fisher 2003. Living Religions. Judaism A Covenant with God...
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