Judiasm1 Essay

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Judiasm1





Judaism is an interesting religion worth looking into for those who are interested

in learning about other religions. The majority of Jews accept Christianity,and Jesus Christ.

The basic intent of the Jewish teaching is a massage of tolerance, morality, peace, and human

dignitiy. "Judaism beleives that the purpose of Jewish existance is nothing less than to perfect the world under
the rule of G-d"... There are several resons why Jewish beleivers are comfronted wiht less logical problems
then oof those of the christian faith. The people of the Jewish fathg never ahd to deaal with the logical
inconsistancities of the New Testament. Theses scriptures are called Tonakh by the Jews, and to the Jews the
Tonakh is there bible.


The Jews believe that the christian bible was poorly transulated from teh Hebrew orginial.
Example: christian-Thou shall not murder.(which implies that even killing in self defense is wrong)

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