Jews have a number of religious books. The most important are the Tanakh and Talmud, but there are thousands of Jewish religious books. There is no general title for Jewish Religious Literature.
The Torah is the Five Books of Moses. It is the holiest of Jewish books.
The Tanakh, which is the Hebrew Bible, contains the Torah, the Prophets and the Scriptures. Together, these make up the written law.
The Oral Law was passed down through oral tradition until Rabbi Judah HaNasi felt (1800 years ago) that it might eventually be forgotten. He transcribed it; and it is called the Mishna. The Mishna is expounded upon in the Gemara; and together they make up the Talmud.
To read more about the Tanakh and about the Jewish Holy Books, please see the Related Question below.
A Jewish religious teacher is called a rabbi.
The Torah is the book of law in the Jewish religion and included in the Old Testament of the Bible.
The Christian book is called the Bible. The Islamic book is called the Quran. The Jewish book is called the Tanakh. The Daoist book is called the Dao de Jing. The Confucian book is called the Analects.
The Tanakh (Jewish Bible).
They are called Rabbis.
A Jewish prayer book is called a 'siddur'.
The Buddhist religious book is called the Tripitaka.
They're called Rabbis.
The Jewish holy book is called the Tanach (Jewish Bible). The books that contain prayers are called a siddur (siddurim - pl).
A synagogue or shul.
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What are the various types of Jews? Is there something called Asedic Jewish?
Jewish religious law is called 'halacha' and is found in the Talmud.
The Jewish prayerbook is the Siddur.
Guru Granth Sahib is the religious book of the Sikhs.
Islamic religious leaders are primarily Imams, but also include Muftis, Sheikhs, Ayatollahs, and Qadis.Jewish religious leaders are primarily Rabbis.
There is a book by Morris Epstein (available through Abebooks) called All About Jewish Holidays and Customs.