Judaism by Cooper Gisstennar

According to the History of Judaism, the Bible states that God chose Abraham to be the father of His chosen people. Eventually, these people became known as Jews.

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Judaism has one god known by the Tetragrammaton or YHVY, which is the four-letter name of God.

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Some of the major beliefs of Judaism include monotheism, or the concept that there is only one deity; belief in the Torah, the five books of Moses, as the word of God; also belief in an everlasting covenant, in which God set the Jews apart from other nations as his own. Additionally, many of the beliefs in Judaism come from interpretations from rabbinic sages over the ages.

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The most holy book of Judaism is called the Torah. It is part of the Jewish Bible, called the Tanakh, which includes the Torah and other important documents of history, poetry and writings of the prophets

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The prophets of Judaism influenced the Jewish religion

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The Jewish ideology spread along with the physical scattering of Jewish people due to several instances of historical exile, including scattering at the hands of the Romans in 70 C.E. and a conflict with Assyrians in 722 B.C.E. In addition to the physical spread of the Jewish worldview along with the physical scattering of Jewish people at various points throughout history, This has spread through the preaching of one's religion with the aim of conversion.

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The impact was that they stood monotheist and later it was spread worldwide when a group of Jews (the Apostles) spread it among the polytheists.

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