Religious experience manifests its self in the great festivals of the religion. Jews believe, when celebrating the festivals that there is no difference spatially or tim-wise between their ancestor's practice of the rituals and their own. Hence their experience of god is linked to their ancestor's experience of God.
The Torah, the Neviyim and the Catuveem are law profits and writings.
These books make up sacred scriptures.
Stories are found in the scriptures, the jews don't believe in stories they believe in myths.
The Rabbi is the teacher of the synagogue each council has elders to keep things happy around the church.
Judaism is radically monotheistic. God chose Israel and trough Moses gave them a Covenant which entrusted the land to the chosen people forever. They, through this covenant regard themselves as the Chosen people of God.