By Kenneth Atkinson
Judaism КНИГИ ; ГУМАНИТАРНЫЕ НАУКИ Автор: Kenneth AtkinsonНазвание: JudaismИздательство: Chelsea condominium PublishersГод: 2004Формат: pdfРазмер: 4,5 mb The volumes within the Religions of the realm sequence surveys religions that experience had an enormous effect at the heritage of the area and that proceed to play a job within the relationships among international locations and ethnic teams. All aspects—including roots and founding, fundamental ideals and cultural actions, the best way the faiths are considered by means of the remainder of the realm, and the adventure of turning out to be up as a member of the religion—are examined.As one of many world's such a lot historical religions, Judaism serves as a origin for the assumption platforms of 2 different significant faiths: Christianity and Islam. even though the Jews have confronted a protracted historical past of persecution, they've got controlled to outlive and to take care of their faith with lots of its unique practices intact.http://.com/files/pxi6x3yu5 sixty eight
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A covenant is a legally binding agreement or contract between two parties. The Jewish covenant is unique because it was entirely based on a belief in one God. This covenant did not include any laws or rules about how to be Jewish. ” Abraham’s family and the community that practiced monotheism are frequently called “the Hebrews” in the early books of the Jewish Scriptures. ” The word Hebrew, like Semite, is not a racial designation. It is simply used to refer to Abraham and his monotheistic community.
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Judaism by Kenneth Atkinson