31 Very Interesting Judaism Facts You Didn’t Know

31 Very Interesting Judaism Facts You Didn’t Know

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2. Metatron is the name given to the Archangel in Judaism.

3. The name Judaism means the kingdom of Judah.





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5. Jews call their God as Yahweh.

6. The main aspect of Jewish life is to live holy in all the ways.

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8. Rabbis in Judaism are considered as the spiritual chiefs.

9. A synagogue is the place where Jewish people pray and worship.

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11. Torah is the bible of Judaism and it includes five books of Moses, which is considered as the old testament of Christianity.

12. In 11th century Maimonides abbreviate the Jewish beliefs by writing the 13 Articles of faith.

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14. Different sectors of the Jewish people following Judaism are Conservative Judaism, Orthodox Judaism, Hasidic Judaism and reformed Judaism.

15. Judaism practices the 613 commandments given in the Law of Moses.

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17. Torah is the Jewish Law followed from the five Bible books, i.e. Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers and Deuteronomy.

18. The main communions of Judaism are considered as Orthodox, Conservative and Reform.

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20. The Jewish Spiritual chief “Rabbi” is actually enlightened at yeshivas and religious seminaries to translate the inner meaning of Jewish law of the Holy Bible.





21. The Jewish Kosher is prohibited from consuming pork, shellfish and dairy foods.

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23. Kabbalah is the teaching of Jewish Mysticism that actually interprets from the Bible.

24. The Sabbath or the day of rest begins on the Friday night and ends at the dusk on Saturday.

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26. Rosh Hashanah is known for the Jewish New Year and Yom Kippur is considered as the Day of Atonement.

27. Abraham is the father of Judaism and Moses taught the God’s laws for the people.

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29. Judaism explains the existence of one god.

30. Torah is the major document of Judaism that consists of the written Torah and oral Torah.

31. The Torah also explains the relationship between God and the Jewish people.


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