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simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/Judaism

The most important teachings of Judaism is that there is one God, who wants people to do what is just and compassionate. Judaism teaches that a person serves God by learning the holy books and doing what they teach. These teachings include both ritual actions and ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jewish_principles_of_faith

A number of formulations of Jewish beliefs have appeared, and there is some dispute over how many basic principles there are. Rabbi Joseph Albo, for instance, in Sefer Ha-Ikkarim counts three principles of faith, while Maimonides lists thirteen. While some later rabbis have attempted to reconcile the differences, claiming ...

www.jewfaq.org/beliefs.htm

The basic Jewish beliefs, including Maimonides' 13 Principles of Faith, the importance of actions over beliefs, and the importance of relationships in Judaism.

www.bbc.co.uk/religion/religions/judaism/beliefs/beliefs_1.shtml

Sep 14, 2009 ... This article looks at the Jewish faith, customs and identity and what Jews believe about God.

www.dummies.com/religion/judaism/taking-a-look-at-jewish-religious-beliefs

Judaism was the first tradition to teach monotheism, the belief that there's only one God. As Judaism evolved, the idea of God evolved, too, focusing on One unknowable, universal, image-less Being, Who, because the universe is framed in Love, requires justice of human beings. Judaism tends to focus more on the way in ...

uri.org/kids/world-religions/jewish-beliefs

How did Judaism begin? Judaism began about 4000 years ago with the Hebrew people in the Middle East. Abraham, a Hebrew man, is considered the father of the Jewish faith because he promoted the central idea of the Jewish faith: that there is one God. At the time many people in the Middle East worshipped many gods ...

www.thoughtco.com/what-do-jews-believe-2076320

Mar 3, 2017 ... Written in the 12th century by Rabbi Moshe ben Maimon, also known as Maimonides or Rambam, the Thirteen Principles of Jewish Faith (Shloshah Asar Ikkarim) are considered the "fundamental truths of our religion and its very foundations." The treatise is also known as the Thirteen Attributes of Faith or ...

www.myjewishlearning.com/article/what-do-jews-believe-about-jesus

While many now regard Jesus as the founder of Christianity, he did not intend to establish a new religion, at least according to the earliest sources, and he never used the term “Christian.” He was born and lived as a Jew, and his earliest followers were Jews as well. Christianity emerged as a separate religion only in the ...

www.ijs.org.au/Beliefs/default.aspx

PRINICIPAL BELIEFS OF JUDAISM. The central idea of Judaism involves a commitment by the Jewish people to a single, omnipotent, incorporeal God, who is the creator and ruler of the universe and the source of a moral law for humanity . The idea of God as the creator of the universe opens the Biblical narrative Bereshit ...