Judaism: Monotheistic Religion

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Judaism is the monotheistic religion of the Jews, monotheism is the belief that there is only one God. God created our world starting from nothing. On the first day, he created light and darkness, on the second day, he created the sky. On the third day, he created dry land and oceans, he also created plants and different kinds of fruit. On the fourth day, God created the sun, moon, and stars. On the fifth day, he created birds, sea creatures, and land animals. On the sixth day, God made the first man, and created a woman to be his companion. On the final day, God rested. Abraham was the founder of our religion, he was the first man to form a spiritual covenant with God. Abraham is also honored in Christianity and Islam. Another important person…show more content…
King David was the first king of all 12 Israelite tribes, and is also honored in Christianity and Islam. King David was well known for his poetry and hymns. His son Solomon, built the first Temple of Jerusalem, and was well known for his wisdom. Solomon became king after his father died, and expanded the empire the King David had built. King Solomon was also well known for uniting all the tribes of Israel under one monarch. In Judaism, instead of the Bible, we have the Torah, which contains the first five books of the Christian Bible, and is where the teachings of God are written. The Torah only contains the Old Testament, and is also known as the complete Bible of the Jews. The first Torahs were written in Hebrew, which is a Semitic language used from 100 BC to the 20th century. Semitic is a family of languages including Akkadian, Arabic, Aramaic, Ethiopic, Hebrew, and Phoenician. The Torah was then translated from Hebrew to Greek, than Greek to English. Similar to the Christians, we go to a synagogue, which is the equivalent to a church, and is dedicated to the worship of God. It is also used as a place to study, do charitable work, and is also used as a social
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