When Did Judaism Begin?

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Judaism began about 4000 years ago with the Hebrew people in the Middle East.
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The history of the Jewish people begins in Bronze Age times in the Middle East when God promised a nomad leader called Abram that he would be the father of a great people if he did as God told him.
Jews regard Abraham (as he was later called) as the first Patriarch of the Jewish people. He was the first person to teach the idea that there was only one God; before then, people believed in many gods.
Judaism began with the covenant established between God and Abraham around 18 BC during the Bronze Age, in the Middle East. The Torah which is their primary law was given to Jews by Prophet Moses.
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The tradition of the Jewish people, and the Torah Sages and Talmud, is that Abraham founded Judaism. He lived 3800 years ago. This tradition is implicit in many passages in the prophets
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