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Click to edit Master subtitle style  8/12/11 Judaism Baney Robert Hum/130 Montoya Judith
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 8/12/11 Monotheistic: only believes in one god. The Torah is the religious book for Jews. The torah is treated better than a King!
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 8/12/11 Key Sacred Texts. Torah Neviim Kethuvim Commentary on Mishnah
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 8/12/11 Ten Commandments Rules that God himself told moses to write down 
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 8/12/11 Jerusalem Jerusalem has been  at the center of Jewish  consciousness for  over 3,000 years.  Jewish independence  in the land of isreal  which ended in 70 CE  and was renewed in  1948 marks the 
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 8/12/11 Different sects of Judaism Orthodox Judaism: Jews believe that god gave  Mosses the whole torah at mount Sinai. Conservative Judaism: Maintains the idea that  the torah came from god but where transmitted 
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Unformatted text preview: by humans and contain a human component. Reform Judaism: They believe that the torah was written by different human sources, rather than 8/12/11 The Holocaust The Holocaust was the attempt to completely exterminate the Jewish culture by the Nazi held Germany around the time of world war two. 8/12/11 Sacred Practices and Holidays. New Years Day( Rosh Hashanah) The day of Atonement(Yom Kippur) Feast of tabernacles(Sukkot) Rejoicing of the torah(Simuchat Torah) The festival of lights(Hannukah) Purim 8/12/11 Judaism Today All western law is based in part on Judaic Torah observance. What is customary to be eaten in western society is a reflection of most of the Judaic...
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This note was uploaded on 08/18/2011 for the course BUSINESS 212 taught by Professor Fred during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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