Judaism Jake Samuels


  • The Founder Of the Judaism religion is Abraham. He is considered as the father of the family of Jews.

Major Beliefs

  • One of Judaism's major beliefs is monotheism, which is to believe that there is only one god.
  • Another Belief is called "Numbers" It begins with taking a census of the tribes and continues with the peoples journey through the wilderness.
  • "Exodus" This tells the struggle to leave Egypt, and the revelation of Torah on Mount Sinai.

Major Sects of Judaism

  • Sadducees- a member of a jewish sect or party of the time god denied the resurrection of the dead.
  • Pharisees-A member of an ancient jewish sect, distinguished by strict observance of the traditional written law.
  • Essences-A sect of second temple judaism that flourished from the second century BCE to the first Century CE.
  • Zealots- A member of the ancient jewish sect aiming at a world jewish theocracy.

Key holidays/celebrations

  • Yom Kippur is the main judaism holiday. It is when jews do not eat or drink anything for 25 hours. It falls between September or October ten days after Rosh Hashanah which is the Jewish new year.


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