Who are Judaism's holy people?
The prophets: Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Moses, Joshua, Samuel, Isaiah, etc.
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The Sabbath (Saturday) and Yom Kippur; and to a slightly lesser degree, the festivals.
The western wall is the most holy thing for the Jews ( and even for some chrostens because the western wall is a part of the Jewish temple ) . Because the western wall Jerusalem is holy for the Jews, this is the most holy city for the Jews .
Judaism does not have a Holy Temple. It was destroyed in the year 70 by the Romans. In Jewish writings of today, it is simply referred to as the Temple in Jerusalem, the Holy Temple, or Beit Ha-Mikdash (Hebrew for house of holiness).
judaisms practice worshiping by washing their hands only because the say it is more conciderate to talk to the god like that!
All people possess free-will. They have vast emotions and potential which can and should be used in the right contexts.
The leader of Judaism is the patriarch of the family of priests, known in Hebrew as the Kohen Gadol or "high priest". The family are responsible for all services, operations, and activities in the Holy Temple. There has been no Holy Temple, no functioning family of priests, no Kohen Gadol, and no single leader of Judaism, for roughly 1,940 years.
Rabbis and cantors
Of course not.
The is no such thing as a "judaism".
Jews worship in synagogues.
The Judaism branches are the Orthadoy and the Reformers!
Judaism does not have a centralized leadership.
the Jewish place of worship is a synagogue.
Jerusalem (Hebrew: Yerushalayim) is the holiest city in Jewish tradition and has been so since the time of the Bible. Starting in about the sixteenth century, three other cities that were at different times centers of Jewish life in Palestine have become regarded as holy cities, and together with Jerusalem they are considered the four holy cities of Judiasm: Hebron (Chevron), Safed (Tzfat) and Tiberias (Tiveria). See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Four_Holy_Cities . Note that Jerusalem is also a… Read More
Judaism's religion is Judaism. That is its name, and it is a religion.
No, Jews worship in synagogues.
Judaism's primary language is Hebrew
Only One God.
The lord God or Yahweh is the diety in Judaism.
175 (Genesis ch.25).
christinality islam Judaisms
world wide, about 13 million
Judaism was established by Jehovah God.
God, they just don't believe Jesus was the messiah.
I'm not sure what you mean by "judaisms," do you mean Jews? And what exactly do you mean by their "connection to the world"? Like how Judaism was the first monotheistic religion to ever exist? The impact that it has had on societies? This seems a very open-ended question.
No exact date is known. Traditional Jewish teachings suggest a date of around 2000BCE as to the origin of Judaism. There is archaeological evidence for the Jewish people as early as 1600 BCE
You can always find time to worship G-D, but most people do at Synagogues (also called Shuls sometimes) in a congregation. A very religious type of Synagogue is called a Chabad.
That there is but one God, creator of all things.
Judaism doesn't have baptism, that is a strictly Christian ceremony.
The Catholic Church is the 'communion of holy people.'
The holy people of Buddhism are called 'monks'. Answer: Holy implies that they are special to god or gods. Buddhism has no gods that interact with people and as a consequence there are no holy people. There are however people who are revered for their wisdom, guidance and knowledge. The first of these was, of course, the Buddha.
The commandments are recorded in the Torah (the Five Books of Moses).
The Holy Spirit makes the church holy through the people that it lives in. The holy spirit is what provides christians with the fruits of the spirit and touches their lives. It make the church holy through the people it touches.
They are not holy, they are regular.
The duration of Holy Ghost People is 3180.0 seconds.
They are helping other people, poor people,sick,sad and tormented people. That is what people in the holy land do. And that is what you will do when you go there.:)
Holy Communion or Holy Eucharist
A synogogue. I think that's how you spell it. It's pronounced like (sin-i-gog-)
The laws of Judaism are called 'halacha' and can be found in the Talmud. See the attached Related Link.
No body is holy in Islam religion
Its called "holy" for a reason...
no we dont have to be holy no one dose but it is up to the people you live with
The Crescent Moon and Sword is a symbol of Islam, it has no meaning in Judaism.
For Judaism: http://judaism.answers.com/jewish-history/judaisms-influence
The Holy Spirit has helped people by transforming us, serving us, and understanding us when other people dont.
No. Answer: People revere their holy book - they don't worship it.
A convocation is a gathering of people for a purpose. If it is a holy convocation, then it is a holy meeting and should be regarded and respected as such.
No one is really holy except Christ. In Catholicism, Popes are considered holy men.