Judaism began with a covenant between Abraham and God, which happened around 1812 B.C.
In Judaism, Jesus is not the Messiah. It is believed that the Messiah is yet to come.
The Holy Spirit is not a distinct person, and divine power was given to the Prophets.
Today, there are 14 million followers of Judaism.
Judaism has had great influence on other monotheistic religions.
- Monotheistic Religion
- Tanakh (Holy Book)
- Name came from the Hebrew word for Judah
Judaism has many important rituals that take place today. Such as the male's coming of age ceremony. Prayer is also a very important part of Judaism. The Jewish prayer book is called the Siddur.