Judaism religion beliefs

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The star of David

it represents King David shield (or the emblem on it).
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Founder of judaism?

The founder was Abraham

also Isaac and Jacob known as the patriarchs

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Practices

  1. Halakhah lit "The path one walks"
  2. The 613 commandments
  3. jewish worship and pray
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building of worship

bible

the word "torah" can also be used to refer to the entire Jewish bible (the body of scripture known to non-Jews as the Old Testament and to Jews as the Tanakh or Written Torah)

issues- SIN

  1. sin-The Jewish view of sin is different from the Christian concept of original sin. While Christian teaches that every person is born with Adam's sin upon them, Judaism believes that each person is born innocent. Jews believe that individuals are responsible for their own actions and that "sinning" occurs when someone does something wrong.The Hebrew word for sin is "chet," which literally means "missing the mark." According to Jewish beliefs, a person sins when he or she goes astray

issues -WAR

udaism does not regard violence and war to promote justice as always wrong. It accepts that certain kinds of war will be ethically justified, and that it is sometimes morally acceptable to kill people.The Old Testament God gives his clear approval to war. He is identified as a warrior, and is shown as leading the Jews in conflict, bringing them victory, protecting them from enemy forces.Before declaring war or starting a battle there must be a attempt to make peace and avoid the conflict.