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What is a mitzvah in Judaism?

The word 'mitzvah', which is Hebrew, is most commonly translated as  'commandment'.    The mitzvot (pl) are found in the Torah and form the basis for how  Jews are me (MORE)
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How and where is Judaism practiced?

One place where Judaism is practiced is in the synagogue where Jews pray to God and read from the Torah and Nevi'im (Prophets). However, Judaism is a way of life and impacts e (MORE)

Why is there Judaism?

The question is worded rather awkwardly and leads to two separate interpretations. I will attempt to answer both. 1) Why did the first people who professed what is now calle (MORE)
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How do you convert to Judaism?

Firstly, the entire conversion process is contingent on which sect you wish to join. A potential convert would need to contact a synagogue and speak with the Rabbi of the rele (MORE)
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What is the philosophy of Judaism?

The philosophy of Judaism is that this world is a purposeful  creation by God, in which all people are tested concerning their  use of free-will. We possess a soul which liv (MORE)

Is Judaism in Christianity?

Answer 1   YES. The Torah, the holy book of Judaism, is actually the first  five books of the Old Testament in Christianity: Genesis, Exodus,  Leviticus, Numbers, and De (MORE)
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How did judaism change?

While the Torah, its commands and the principles and beliefs of  Judaism remain unchanged, Judaism has evolved as circumstances have  necessitated. Here are just a few examp (MORE)
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What is the sign in Judaism?

The most simple sign is the "Star of David". The Star of David consists of two equilateral triangles superimposed over each other, such that one triangle points with its pea (MORE)
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Is Messianic Judaism a form of Judaism?

I'm going to give you a complicated answer to what might seem, at  first glance, to be a simple question.    Movement of Messianic Judaism   If, by "Messianic Juda (MORE)