that's when Jewish died and god send a person who changed everyone's live and made everyone believe in what Jesus tried to tell everyone before
The teachings of Jesus were not combined with Jewish traditions to make a new belief. Jesus was clear in His teaching that he wasn't adding to what already existed. Matthew 9:17 Nor do they put new wine into old wineskins, or else the wineskins break, the wine is spilled, and the wineskins are ruined. But they put new wine into new wineskins, and both are preserved." Paul also makes it clear in his letters that the old ways of Judaism have finished, for example: Galatians 3:24 Therefore the law was our tutor to bring us to Christ, that we might be justified by faith. In the book of Hebrews the writer also makes it clear Christianity is not something that has been added to Jewish traditions: Hebrews 8:6 But now He (Jesus) has obtained a more excellent ministry, inasmuch as He is also Mediator of a better covenant, which was established on better promises.
Depends whom you ask. According to Judaism, he departed from Jewish teachings.
According to the New Testament, Jesus was Jewish, and virtually all of his teachings are distortions of things from the Torah.
Yes he did follow the laws, customs and traditions of the Jewish, and he did so through his life.
Neither Jesus nor his disciples ever quoted oral Jewish tradition to support their teachings but, rather, appealed to the written Word of God. (Matthew 4:4-10; Romans 15:4; 2 Timothy 3:15-17)
Jesus's teachings were firmly rioted in Jewish tradition. Larges crowds gathered to heat Jesus's teaching, especially when word spread out that he had performed miracles of heading.
I (sadly) don't know, I have to answer this question for homework. :(
Circumcision, Dietary Laws, Temple.
Mostly because He refused to accept the teachings of the oral law.
the closest you can come there is when he was baptised by John the Baptist. Keep in mind of coarse that Jesus was Jewish an had also gone through all the rituals and traditions of the Jewish faith.