Judaism

Gabbreauna, Kaylie, Nick

History of Judaism...

Judaism was established between Abraham and God in 1812 BC during the Bronze Age where the Middle East is now. Many Jews were slaughtered during the Christian Crusades along with many Muslims. Jews were also an object of hatred during the Holocaust. In 1947 the Jews were given the State of Israel that was once Palestine. From there, the Jews have had many ongoing battles, both political and military, between the Arabs.

Famous Person of Judasim Religion

Anne Frank

Birth : June 1929

Death : March 1945

Famous : for writing her diary during the Holocaust.

Interesting Fact : Only member of her family to survive the Holocaust was her father.

Where is Judaism Practiced Map

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The Five W's

Who?

Who started it? Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob (or the Patriarchs) from the Bible.

What?

What is it? Judaism is a religous faith that has a set of practices shared by Jewish people.

Where?

Where is Judaism found? It is found in most areas of the world but most notably in Israel.

When?

When was Judaism founded? It was founded over 3500 years ago around 1812 BC.

Why?

Why was Judaism founded? It was founded so Jews could be God's chosen people and set an example of holiness and ethical behavior.

Main Beliefs

13 Principles of Faith

1. God exists.

2. God is one and unique.

3. God is incorporeal.

4. God is eternal.

5. Prayer is to be directed to God alone and no one else.

6. The words of the prophets are true.

7. Moses' prophecies are true, and Moses was the greatest of the prophets.

8. The Written Torah and Oral Torah were given to Moses.

9. There will be no other Torah.

10. God knows the thoughts and deeds of men.

11. God will reward the good and punish the wicked.

12. The Messiah will come.

13. The dead will be resurrected.

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Special Religious Practices or Rituals

Bar/Bat Mitzvah

Where a young person celebrates their entry into adulthood.

Simchat Bat

Normally for a baby girl. It's where either a single parent or both parents read from the Torah and bless the child.

Mikvoat (Mikvah)

For the female in a marital relationship, it's a bath before the woman's menstrual cycle, supposed to resume her matrial relations.