judaism is monotheistic
judaism is a montheistic religion
It was normal. All ancient religions, except for Judaism, were polytheistic.
Judaism: monotheistic. Islam: monotheistic.
Judaism = Monotheistic. Buddhism = Polytheistic.
Judaism is monotheistic, while Hinduism is polytheistic.
Judaism was the first monotheistic religion.
No. It is the world's oldest, continuously-practiced monotheism.
Back when Judaism was first Founded, all other religions were polytheistic. Judaism was monotheistic.
The Romans were polytheistic meaning they worshiped many gods. Judaism was and is monotheistic.
It is monotheistic in Judaism, Christianity, & Islam. Buddhism is polytheistic. Hinduism is pantheistic.
Modern Semitic religions are monotheistic, namely Judaism and Islam. Ancient Semitic religions were mostly polytheistic.
Monotheism is one of the most fundamental principles that define this Judaism, to the point that this Judaism is considered possibly to be the ancient source of the very concept of monotheism.
The most important difference is that Hinduism is polytheistic.
Judaism is monotheistic religion. Jews believe in one and one one God with no partner and no equivalent.
No. Shintoism is a widespread Japanese polytheistic religion. Judaism is the monotheistic religion of the Jews, a Semitic group who originated in the Middle East.
Absolutely monotheistic! This is the one (and only?) fundamental doctrine of Judaism. It is, of course, the first of the Ten Commandments, "Thou shalt have no other gods before me."
Egypt was polytheistic; while Judaism rejects idolatry, and is based upon the worship of the Creator, who is the One and only God.
The earliest geographic origin of Judaism appears to have been Mesopotamia, a region which is now in the nation of Iraq. Actually Mesopotamia was polytheistic, and if they were monotheistic it would not be Judaism. Abraham is the founder of Judaism, and it originates from what is now Israel or Palestine from about 4000 years ago.
It's untrue to say that they're all polytheistic.
Judaism is a monotheist faith. Jews (and Christians and Muslims) believe in one god.Hinduism is a polytheistic faith. Hindus (and many other religions) believe in many gods.
Islam, Judaism, and Christianity share the same god. Buddhism originated from a land dominated by Hinduism. Hinduism is polytheistic, and the prophets of each religion were different.
Yes. It is certainly not polytheistic. Compared to Christianity, Judaism is far more concerned with action than with belief, and this may lead some Christians to see it as inexplicably tolerant of agnosticism.