Judaism

By: Shannon Hoffman

Main things about Judaism

Judaisms followers are called Jews. Jews worship at a synagogues. The rabbis reads from the TeNakh or, Torah. Judaisms' holidays are Yom Kippur, which is the Day of Atonment where people fast, pray, and atone for their sins. Passover is another holiday where in spring, they mark the liberation of the Jews from slavery in Egypt. The last holiday is Hanukkah. This is about the festival of lights when the temple was rededicate after a period of persecution. One last holiday is Rosh Hashanah where they celebrate the new year in September or October. Traditions of Judaism are going to the synagogues every Saturday. They also have the the Torah, which is the first five books of the holy bible. The common holy site in Jerusalem is the Holy Temple.

What they all have in common

Christianity, Judaism, and Islam all believe that Abraham is the only god. This means that they all have a view point of monotheism. Monotheism is described as only believing in one god.