Judaism, By Tyler Baker
Judaism started in 1800 B.C.E.
7. Jews believe in one god, the biblical Yahweh, and in obeying the laws set down in the covenants that Abraham and his descendants made with the Yahweh. Jews do not have a complex set of beliefs or creeds as many other religions do, but instead emphasize following the laws given as given in the covenants.
8. Judaism may have been one of the first religions to believe that there is one god that created the universe and continues to control it. Since Judaism teaches that all people are created in the image of God, they believe that that everyone deserves respect. Jews do try to convert others to convert to their beliefs, but welcome others who want to become Jewish.
The Torah explains many things, One thing it explains is how Moses freed the Jews from Egypt.
12. Jews worship in the Synagogue.
13. A few important festivals for Jews is Rosh Hashhanah, Yom Kippur, and Hanakkuh.
Judaism is a very important to many people.Judaism is one of the biggest religions in the world and out of the five biggest it is fairly new.