May 28, 2022

Judaism or Judaism (English: Judaism; Hebrew: יהדות) is a monotheistic way of life, philosophy, and religion. according to the Jewish faith Originated in the Hebrew Scriptures (or Tanak) as well as later scriptures such as the Talmud. Judaism believes this way It is a covenant between the Lord and the house of Israel. Rabbi Judaism assumes that the Lord gave Moses a law known as the Torah at Mount Sinai. Judaism has a supreme God, Yahweh. The Jews believe that God created the world and the first human pair around 4,000 BC. and considered Moses to be a prophet. gave birth to Judaism around 2000 B.C. And there are also important people such as Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Judah, many other prophets, etc. Judaism has a history of more than four thousand years. It is the oldest monotheistic religion that still exists today. In the later Tanak scriptures, such as the Book of Esther, The Hebrews, or the house of Israel, are called Jews. Judaism also had a significant influence on the later Abraham religions, Christianity, Islam and the Baha'i, and directly and indirectly influenced the ethics and system of Western civil law. Jews are a religious ethnic group. This includes both those who are born Jews and those who are Christians. As of 2010, the global Jewish population was about 13.4 million, or about 0.2 percent of the world's total population, with 42 percent of Jews living in it. In Israel, 42% live in the United States and Canada. most of the rest