Who Was the Founder of Judaism?


Judaism is the term used to refer to the monotheistic religion of the Jews, having its spiritual and ethical principles embodied chiefly in the Torah and in the Talmud. Abraham is a central figure in Judaism considered of being the patriarch and originator of the Jewish people.
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Jewish tradition is that it was founded by Abraham, the first monotheist, about 3820 years ago. In the Torah, God calls himself "the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob" eighteen
Judaism constitutes the religious doctrines and rites of the Jews as enjoined in the
None of the above it was done by rabbi's. It you read it you will know that Judaism is not from God or of God. The religion of Judaism is a deceiver.
Quoting packert115: so why did god create satin he did it to destroy evil who else is evil who is the god of evil satin himself he had no choice god said you will be the evil one
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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.
Abraham is known to be the founder of Judaism. It is believed that he founded the religion in present day Israel about 4000 years ago. This is according to the Hebrew bible.
It is widely believed that the founder of Judaism was Abraham. Judaism is one of the four monotheistic religions of the world that firmly believe in the presence of only one God. The founder of Judaism also held this belief. The religion has developed ever since.
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Judaism originated in Israel around 4,000 years ago. The founder of Judaism was Abraham around 1812 BC, during the Bronze Age. Moses is also an important figure ...
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