Judaism2 - People n Death Camps Sacred Practices n Daily Scripture studies n Kosher Food practice n Sabbath observation n Learning of Hebrew Jewish

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Click to edit Master subtitle style Judaism Jotique Harlee Hum 130 Religions of the World Deborah George December 7, 2010
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Relationship with God/Torah n  Special relationship  n Both accountable n Covenants with God
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Sacred Texts n Hebrew Bible or  Tanakh n Pentateuch -“The  Five books of Moses” n The Talmud-Jewish  law and lore
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Ten  n On stone tablets n Exodus 20:2-17 n Holy Mount Sinai
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Jerusalem n Capitol of Israel n Central Symbol of  scattered Nation n  Israel centered  around 
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Nation of Israel n Promised to Jews n Eretz Yisrael  n “One who fights  victoriously with God
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Reference Three Sects of  n Sadducees n Pharisses n Essenes
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The Holocaust n Hitler took over  Germany  n Nazi’s murdered 6  million Jewish 
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Unformatted text preview: People n Death Camps Sacred Practices n Daily Scripture studies n Kosher Food practice n Sabbath observation n Learning of Hebrew Jewish Holidays n Rosh Hashanah n Yom Kippur n Hanukkah n Passover Judaism Today n Orthodox n Reform n Conservative n Reconstructionalism References n Living Religions, 6th edition M.P Fisher 2005 n All About the Truth (2002-2007). History of Israel - God's Purpose. Retrieved December 7, 2010, from http://www.allaboutthetruth.org n Judaism (2004, June 2004). Judaism. Retrieved December 7, 2010, from http://www.nvcc.edu n Frank, A. (1997). The Diary of a young girl...
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Judaism2 - People n Death Camps Sacred Practices n Daily Scripture studies n Kosher Food practice n Sabbath observation n Learning of Hebrew Jewish

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