What is the main document of Judaism?
That depends upon how far back you want to go. Moses wrote the entire Torah (Deuteronomy 31:24). Before that also, in the era of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, they recorded their traditions in scrolls (midrash Shemot Rabbah 5:18), which they studied regularly (ibid). These eventually came to include the entire book of Genesis (ibid. 5:22), which they had recorded through prophecy. They may have also had such ancient texts as the Book of Yashar (see…
All the hundreds of mitzvoth (commands), principles and beliefs of the Torah. Though it may have an associated culture and one or more associated languages, the traditional definition of Judaism is the observance of the Torah, which is why dictionaries define Judaism as "the religion of Moses." In this sense, the word "Torah" is meant in its wider meaning, which includes the Tanakh, the Talmud, and other classical Jewish texts. The philosophy of Judaism is…
How do you specify that the current document will be used as the main document in a merged form letter?
When you start the Mail Merge process you are asked what you want as the main document, and you can then specify that it is to be the current document. Generally you would start typing the text for the main document even before beginning the mail merge process so that it can use it as the main document.
Abraham is not the main prophet of Judaism. Abraham was not regarded as a prophet. Judaism, unlike Christianity and Islam, does not have a main prophet. Moses is often considered the greatest prophet because of his achievement and his closeness to God. All prophets after Moses are said to have only glimpsed what Moses saw.
There are not 3 main branches of Judaism. In North America, there are 4: Orthodox, Conservative, Reform, and Reconstructionist. In the UK there are 4: Orthodox, Masorti, Reform, and Liberal. In Ireland there are 2: Orthodox and Progressive. In Israel there are 2. 1 official: Orthodox, and 1 unofficial: Reform