By Alysha Booth
Rituals for Jewish people.
Jews take time in there everyday lives to focus on there god.
In Judaism, the sacred texts are considered to be:
- the direct words of God to man
- God's revelation to the founders and prophets
- a record of the forms of worship, laws, traditions and historical development of the Jewish people
- used in prayer, meditation and for inspiration
- applied to issues today
- used to formulate dogma, doctrines and creeds
- used to inspire poetry, art, music, and drama
Myths and other stories
These myths and other stories in Catholic Christianity are stories that hold specific Religious meaning and metaphors. These are normally stories that you can find in the Bible such as ‘The Good Samaritan’, ‘The Mustard Seed Parable’, ‘The Prodigal Son’ and ‘The Parable of the Lost Sheep’. All of these are supposedly words that are inspired by God. They also all have something in common. They all have a meaning behind them, secret messages that are seen as they rules and regulations that you should follow, they can help give guidance to those who have lost their way.