Followers are called Jews
All about Judaism
In Judaism, followers are called Jews. They believe in the 613 laws called commandments. They study the Tohora, and believe to follow God's laws. Their God is the God of Abraham called Adonai. They practice the 613 laws/commandments. they only eat Kosher foods. The Jews have a Barmintzvah at the age of 13, which is when they become a part of the Congeration. The Jews worship in a place called a Synnogaugue, lead in worship by a Rabbi. Their holy book is the Tenakh. it has 3 parts, Torah, Nevi, Ketuvim. Friday evening and Saturday morning is their days of worship. Sabbath is the Jewish day of rest and the seventh day of the week, which religious Jews remember the Biblical creation of the heavens and and the earth. Yom Kipper is the day when they pray and think of the things they did wrong. Rosh Hashanah is the Jewish new year. They pray that everyone has a good year, and they pray for safety. They blow a horn the Shana Tova and they eat honey and apples. Their holy city is Jerusalem; the sacred city of the prophets. Abraham is their common figure. They believe in the god of Abraham, called Adonai.
In Judaism at age 13, you become apart of cognation. This happens when you have your own bar mitzvah
In Judaism the 613 commandments gives you laws and commands you have to follow as a Jew
The holy book in Judaism is called the Tanakh