Many of these holidays are found in Leviticus ch.23. The holidays begin at sunset and last until after nightfall around 25 hours later.
The holy day of the week is called 'Shabbat' in Judaism, it starts sundown Friday and ends sundown Saturday.
Shabbat is the weekly holy day. Shabbat starts Friday at sundown and ends Saturday at sundown.
Friday sundown to Saturday sundown.
The Jewish Sabbath is Saturday, from sundown on Friday until Saturday after dark.
the seventh day is the sabbath day for Judaism. And i believe Elohim will not gave a command of keeping the 7th day as a holy and sanctified day and resting from work if presently the sabbath was lost or we are no longer certain which day is the 7th day.
Judaism is a religion, not a place.
The holy book of Judaism is The Old Testament (Tanakh) The holy book of Islam is The Quran
Islam, Judaism and Christianity
Judaism is the Jewish religion; the religion of the Torah of Moses. Jerusalem is the holy city; Israel is the Holy Land.
Abraham was the founder of Judaism, in the Holy Land.
No, they do not believe in the Holy Ghost.
There is only one holy city in Judaism, and that is Jerusalem, Israel. (Although the country of Israel is also considered the holy land).
No. Mecca is a Moslem city. The holy city of Judaism is Jerusalem, where the Holy Temple stood for centuries. See the attached Related Link.
There is no equivalent in Judaism for the Christian concept of a Holy Spirit. Jews believe that God is a unity, not a trinity.
No, no animals are considered holy in Judaism.
The Torah is the holy book of Judaism.
Yes, they do. This weekly holy day, from sundown on Friday night to sundown on Saturday night, is called Shabbat.
In Judaism, God Gave the Torah on the Day of Pentecost(Shavuot). In Christianity, He Gave the Holy Spirit on the Day of Pentecost(Whitsun).
Yes. For Judaism, see: Jerusalem in Judaism.
The concept, as it is used in Christianity, is not part of Judaism.
There aren't 2 holy books in Judaism. All of the books of the Hebrew bible (called "the old testament" by Christians) are the holy books of Judaism. There are 24 books. The Torah comprises the first 5 books.