What happens when you die as a Jew?
You get buried as a Jew.
If you can trust a Christian, then you can trust a Jew. This is obviously supposed to be an inflammatory question, you should reflect on yourself and try to understand why others might not trust you. I can trust trustworthy people. If one of those people coincidentally happens to be a Jew, then I can trust a Jew.
Does a Jew have to marry another Jew or can they marry a non-Jew... What happens if they do marry a non-Jew?
People from observant Jewish communities would be under strong pressure to marry inside their own community (the same way most Hindu families expect their children to marry a Hindu of the same community). However, nothing "happens" if a Jew marries a non-Jew. (Not sure what you're implying. Lightning doesn't strike and they don't get beheaded.) The Jewish partner does not get excommunicated and can still be Jewish. If the couple want to raise their children…
According to the Torah, Jews should marry Jews. If intermarriage took place, then the children are Jewish if the mother is Jewish. The children are not considered to be Jewish if the father was Jewish but the mother was not or even if the non-Jewish mother had a non-Orthodox conversion prior to marriage.
All Jews have the same Torah.Religious Jews believe that the Torah must be fully observed (Deuteronomy 13:5). They keep the laws of Judaism as codified in the Shulchan Arukh (Code of Jewish Law), which lists the laws of the Torah as explained in the Talmud. Torah-study is seen as very important (Deuteronomy 5:1); and the modern world is seen as subservient to the Torah (Talmud, Nedarim 32a), not the other way around. Other Jewish groups…