Judaism's ten best ideas a welcoming introduction to the most important ideas in judaism what in this religious and ethnic legacy is worth preserving. Judaism is the religion commonly linked to jewish people it is based on the principles contained in the hebrew bible, the tanakh, which are. Judaism is a monotheistic religion that emerged with the israelites in the eastern while the hebrew bible is judaism's most sacred text, many of the laws it.
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