Judaism: The Oldest Monotheistic Religion

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One of the oldest monotheistic religion in the world is Judaism has evolved over hundred years to become a powerful religion in the world. Judaism is famous for the covenantal between God and Jewish people and Israel. This is the ten largest religion in the world and more than 14.3 million people follow Judaism.
Judaism was one of the ancient religion in the world. The most important text of Judaism is the Torah, which is supplemented by several other texts, for instance, Midrash and other. Judaism is the religion that is represented by one God, they are monotheism religion. They just have one God so God here pays attention to the people he created and takes care of them in their everyday life. God is known to love all the people on Earth as his own children. He also promotes love between people and people shall follow him in his love to them. They also have 13 Faith principles; the Judaism are creating by these 13 faith path. Maimonides refers to these thirteen principles of faith as "the fundamental truths of our religion and its very foundations. Those are the basic of a religion need to have.
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In Judaism, the Jewish’s are slowly creating a new culture by create a new way to live. They are creating a culture by the formation of the Jewish nation and thought the life in diaspora. ” There are many aspects to each culture; five important aspects to look at when defining a culture include language, religion, government, tradition, and customs. The first three of these aspects are relatively self-explanatory, but the last two aspects seem somewhat similar at first glance. The Jewish’s guide it in life thought their belief and so it’s not a religion anymore but an
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